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Frank Score and Coronary Artery Disease

Patients with coronary artery disease (CAD) were enrolled. CAD was diagnosed by coronary angiography which also resulted Syntax score. Images of left and right ears were captured by a digital camera. Frank score of each patients was calculated based on characteristics and numbers of wrinkles of the earlobes. Statistic analysis were carried out to analyze the correlation between Frank Score and Syntax Score.


Longitudinal Analysis of Spirometry in Black Children

To conduct a longitudinal investigation of early childhood lower respiratory illness (LRI) and patterns of lung growth using an existing electronic dataset generated by an 18-year study (1972-1990) of a population of 102 Black children followed from birth at the Frank Porter Graham Child Development Center.

Results of Mass Switch From Latanoprost to Travoprost

Prostaglandin analogs are a leading class of glaucoma drugs with a proven safety and efficacy for controlling IOP. They include latanoprost, bimatoprost, travoprost and unoprostone. Recently, the Singapore National Eye Center (SNEC) awarded a tender for prostaglandin analogues to Alcon, the manufacturer of travoprost. Since then, all subsidized patients previously treated with latanoprost were systematically switched to travoprost and this process will continue for the rest of ...


Asian American Partnerships in Research and Empowerment (AsPIRE)

The proposed intervention is part of a multi-year year grant awarded to the NYU Center for the Study of Asian American Health by to the National Institutes of Health/National Center for Minority Health and Health Disparities (NIH/NCMHD). The funding mechanism is specifically the NCMHD Community-Based Participatory Research (CBPR) Initiative in Reducing and Eliminating Health Disparities: Intervention Research Phase (R24). The objective of this study is to implement and assess ...

Intraoperative Fluid Management Based on Arterial Pulse Pressure Variation During High-Risk Surgery

Hypovolaemia and tissue hypoperfusion can pass undetected during and after major surgery. The resulting systemic inflammatory response and organ dysfunction, often not clinically apparent for several days, may lead to increased morbidity and mortality and prolonged hospital stay. In this regard, intraoperative optimization of circulatory status by volume loading has been shown to improve the outcome of patients undergoing high-risk surgery. Indeed, several reports (1-7)...

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A Study on Psychopathological Progress of Early Schizophrenia-Like Disorder (SOPRES)

This PPG entitled “A Study on Psychopathological Progress of Early Schizophrenia-like Disorder (SOPRES)” is designed to study the “Progress of Psychopathology” of pre-psychotic state of schizophrenia (SCH) using a prospective follow-up design. Based on the neurodevelopment hypothesis of schizophrenia, the neurobiological dysfunctions, such as cognitive impairment, neurophysiological dysfunction, neuroanatomical pathology, is the core pathology. The pathology may exist p...

Prevalence of Thyroid Function Abnormalities in HIV-infected Patients: State of Play in 2012

Since the appearance of high-efficiency anti-retrovirals (HAARTs) in the treatment of Human Immunodeficiency Virus (HIV), several studies have shown an increase in the prevalence of hypothyroidism (frank, rough or low hypothyroidism T4) in cohorts of HIV-infected adults and children. More specifically, rough hypothyroidism (increased TSH and normal thyroid peripheral hormones) have a prevalence of about 3-12% in HIV-treated patients, which is higher than the general population ...

The Characterization of Small Bowel and Colonic Involvement in Patients With Seronegative Spondyloarthritides

Up to 60% of patients with Seronegative Spondyloarthritides have inflammation in the colon or ileum. This is usually asymptomatic, but in 5 to 10% of patients with SA, Frank IBD will develop. Lesions of the bowel could also be present in the SA patients because of the potential injury posed by the NSAIDS, a common used medication in this setting. It is the bowel involvement in patients with SA that we propose to characterize, partly because there are scant communicated data in...

Effects of Weekly Hippotherapy Frequency on Children With Cerebral Palsy

The hippotherapy is considered a therapeutic modality that provides numerous benefits in the rehabilitation process and has often been recommended by doctors for children with cerebral palsy. Despite being in frank ascent, this therapy still lacks scientific evidence. Objectives: To analyze and compare the effects of hippotherapy program, often 1 or 2 days a week in gross motor function, trunk balance and functional performance of children with cerebral palsy.

Vitamin D Supplementation in Psychiatric Illnesses

Children and adolescents with psychiatric illnesses who are treated with medications called second generation antipsychotic agents often gain excessive weight during their treatment with these medications. This weight gain may result in the development of features of the metabolic syndrome or frank diabetes mellitus. There is no consensus on the best way to prevent these complications. The investigators' hypothesis is that daily vitamin D supplementation in these patients will ...

Impact Evaluation of MotherWise Program

Mathematica was awarded a contract by ACF to conduct the evaluation of selected grantees offering Healthy Marriage and Relationship Education Programs.This particular evaluation will focus on the University of Denver's MotherWise program, which offers relationship education and other supports to low-income women expecting a baby. The program has three core components: (1) 18 hours of core workshop sessions using the Within My Reach relationship education curriculum supplemented...

Sodium Nitrate for Muscular Dystrophy

The investigators' previous work in males with Becker Muscular Dystrophy shows that functional sympatholysis is restored by acute inorganic nitrate supplementation. This was translated from work using the mdx mouse model of dystrophinopathy. Recent work has shown that there is a frank improvement in grip strength when mdx mice are treated with an inorganic Nitric Oxide (NO) donor. The purpose of this study is to determine if chronic treatment with an inorganic NO donor can ben...

An EQA Scheme for TPMT Activity and Thiopurine Metabolites

Participation in EQA schemes, where available, is mandatory for the United Kingdom Accreditation Service (UKAS). No EQA scheme currently exists for TPMT and thiopurine metabolites, which is a potential shortcoming of these tests. A pilot of this project has been awarded funding by Clinical Pathology Accreditation (CPA). The purpose of this work is to collect samples for an EQA scheme for whole blood TPMT (activity and genotype) and thiopurine metabolites, which will be run in ...

Prevalence of Carbohydrate Intolerance in Lean and Obese Children

The prevalence of obesity in children is reaching epidemic proportions. Excess adiposity is more than just a cosmetic problem, having substantial metabolic consequences. Insulin resistance, hyperinsulinemia, impaired glucose tolerance, and frank diabetes are often seen in obese children. In this study the prevalence of impaired glucose (carbohydrate) tolerance in lean children with a family history of diabetes and obese children with acanthosis nigricans with or without a fam...

Effects of Colesevelam HCl On Bile Acid Kinetics

This project will compare the amount of bile acids and their kinetics in overweight and obese people with normal glucose metabolism, impaired glucose tolerance and frank type 2 diabetes. We hypothesize that bile acids will behave differently in these groups. We will also explore the effects of Colesevelam HCl, a medicine that lowers LDL cholesterol by binding bile acids, on bile acids in those groups. We hypothesize the drug may have different actions on bile acids in subjec...

Brief Hospitalization for Schizophrenia: Strategies to Improve Treatment Outcome

The goal of this research program is to implement a series of psychoeducational training classes designed to teach individuals with schizophrenia the importance of medication treatment, how to identify and manage medication side effects, and how to make appointments and emergency plans. The skills taught to the research subjects will lead to demonstrable increases (compared to the control group) in adherence to both the prescribed medication regimen and scheduled outpatient ap...

Evaluation and Outcome of Para-pneumonic Effusion

Pleural effusion is the accumulation of excess fluid in the pleural cavity, which results in disturbance of the equilibrium between vascular hydrostatic and oncotic pressures. The underlying causes of pleural effusion include pleural inflammation or infection, congestive heart failure, lymphatic drainage blockage and malignancy.A parapneumonic effusion is a pleural effusion associated with lung infection. Early in the course of parapneumonic effusion, the pleura becomes inflame...

2-Year Therapy With Teriparatide vs 1-yr Therapy Followed by 1-Year of Raloxifene or Calcium/Vit D in Severe Postmenopausal Osteoporosis

The primary purpose of the study is to compare 3 different osteoporosis therapies following one year of teriparatide.In the first year,all eligible patients received open-label teriparatide 20 micrograms/day.After 1 year, patients are randomly assigned to one of 3 possible follow-up treatment regimens for the second 12 months: continuation of teriparatide, switch to raloxifene, or no pharmacological treatment(other than the calcium and vitamin D supplements that everyone receiv...

FLuid Responsiveness Prediction Using EXtra Systoles

In this study, the investigators propose to investigate a novel technique for fluid responsiveness prediction. It is based on the occurrence of an extra systole, which induces a preload variation: Extra systoles are comprised by, first, the premature/ectopic beat with decreased cardiac preload, then, the post-ectopic beat with moderately increased preload. Consequently, the post ectopic beat is associated with a Frank-Starling curve right shift but is otherwise a normal sinus ...

Addressing Anxiety in 2-3-Year-Olds: A Pilot Intervention Study

The purpose of this study is to test the feasibility and efficacy of intervening with 2-year-old children with elevated temperamental Fear and/or Shyness or 3-year-old children with elevated anxiety and their parents, using a parent-child Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) protocol to reduce anxiety disorders and maintain reduced anxiety at one-year follow-up.

Childhood Uveitis Initial Management and One-year Outcomes

The investigators wish to establish a robust estimate of the incidence of inflammation inside the eye (uveitis) in children age 0-16 years in the UK, which hospitals children present to, where they are referred to, which treatment they receive during the first year after diagnosis, and how well they can see at the end of the first year.

Preventing Problems in Children's Social Behavior

Children who are at risk for problems in school may do better if they and their parents are taught how to communicate with each other between age 3 and 6 when the children enter kindergarten. Three groups of 3 year olds who are in Head Start in the Nashville area will be randomized with their parents to either a 3 year program of skill building or to a control (Head Start only). The children will be tested at the end of the 3 year study and 6 months, 1 year and 2 years later.

S-1 for 9 Months Versus 1 Year for Gastric Cancer Staged II(SMAC)

The study aims to compare the efficacy and safety of S-1 for 9 months versus S-1 for 1 year as adjuvant chemotherapy after D2 resection in patients with gastric cancer. Hypothesis: For gastric patients after D2 resection, S-1 for 9 months shows non-inferiority to S-1 for 1 year in disease-free survival(DFS), overall survival (OS) and safety.

Icotinib as Adjuvant Therapy in Treating Non-small-cell Lung Cancer Patients With Positive EGFR Mutation

This study is designed to evaluate the efficacy of icotinib as adjuvant therapy in treating such patients. The primary endpoint is to compare the recurrence-free survival after 1-year or 2-year treatment with icotinib.

Self-collected Swabs for HPV Testing in 18-24 Year Old Women

The purpose of this study is to compare methods for transporting self-collected swabs for HPV testing in 18-24 year old women and to look at risk factors for HPV infection in 18-24 year old women.


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