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Occurrence and Trend of Pregnancies Growing Outside the Womb (Ectopic Pregnancy) 2009-2018. A Study on a Defined Group of Persons

In this trial researchers want to learn more about the occurrence of pregnancies growing outside the womb over the last decade (2009-2018) and the potential risk factors associated with pregnancies growing outside the womb. Electronic data in women who were age 15 to 44 years abstracted from health care systems such as electronic health records (EHR), regional claims systems and administrative databases were used to address research questions on ... - occurrence and trends ...

Trends in Risk Factors for Mother-to-Child Transmission of Hepatitis C Among a Southern European Population

According to the centres taking part in the ALHICE survey, the number of HIV-HCV co-infected women is currently decreasing. This drop was first noted in 2006 and persisted in 2007. What might have been considered a chance phenomenon during the first year (2006) was confirmed in the beginning of 2008. In view of this information, the investigators wished to ascertain the reality of this trend and to investigate its causes, by attempting to answer the following questions: - Has ...

One Drop Experts Program for Type 2 Diabetes Self-Management: Impact on A1c

The One Drop Experts Program for Type 2 Diabetes Self-Management Impact on A1c trial is a 12-week long, prospective, intent-to-treat study that aims to evaluate the impact of the One Drop app and Experts program on HbA1c levels for individuals with uncontrolled Type 2 diabetes. A secondary objective will be to evaluate participants who utilize an Apple Watch in combination with the One Drop app and Experts program, and assess whether this group is more engaged or experiences a ...

Sixteen Years Trends in Reported Undernutrition in Switzerland

To assess 16-year trends in undernutrition reporting and management in Switzerland

Monitoring Trends in Venous Thromboembolism

To describe time trends in the epidemiology of venous thromboembolism.

Monitoring Community Trends in Heart Failure

To examine temporal trends from 1995 and 2000 in the incidence rates of heart failure, its therapeutic management, and changes over time in the hospital and long-term survival of patients with heart failure.

Community Structure and Cardiovascular Mortality Trends

To assess the relationship of community socioeconomic (SE) structure to cardiovascular disease and all-cause mortality trends in the United States.

Trends in Trans-Fatty Acid Intake Between 1980 and 1997

To examine trends in trans-fatty acid intake by using newly available nutrient data to recalculate 24 dietary recalls from the Minnesota Heart Survey.

Fit-One: A Trial Evaluating the Effect of One Drop and Fitbit on Diabetes and Pre-diabetes Outcomes

The Fit-One trial involves three prospective, randomized waitlist-controlled studies. These studies evaluate the effects of One Drop's digital therapeutics solution with and without Fitbit devices on the social cognitive, behavioral, and health outcomes of people with diabetes. Fit-One is being tested on adults with type 1 diabetes (T1D) of all weights, and adults with type 2 diabetes (T2D) or pre-diabetes that are overweight or obese (BMI ≥ 25).

The Epidemiological Study on Psychiatric Disorders and Psychotropic Drugs

During the past decade, the dramatic change in patterns of both psychiatric diagnoses and prescription of psychotropic agents has been noted since the introduction of newer antidepressant drugs. In the meantime, suicide has been recognized as a major public health problem all over the world. Research efforts have hence been spent in exploring the interrelationships between suicide rates and prescription of antidepressant drugs (as a proxy for the treatment of depression). Howev...

Pregnancy With Morquio Syndrome - What Are Patients' Perspectives and Has ERT Changed Them?

The present study seeks to interview women with Morquio A and Morquio B syndrome, to explore their concerns surrounding pregnancy and the impact of ERT on their perspectives, in comparison with the control group of Morquio B subjects for whom no ERT treatment exists. Interviews will be conducted by a health psychologist, in-person or over the telephone. Data will be analyzed using MAXQDA 12.0 software and Grounded Theory. Differences in thematic trends between Morquio A subjec...

PDS vs Polyamide for Midline Abdominal Closure

Within the last decade the customary trend of using non absorbable sutures has changed, with numerous studies and meta-analyses advocating the use of slowly absorbable sutures, claiming comparable wound strength with significantly lower incidence of wound complications. It was the objective of this randomized clinical trial to compare two universally accepted suture materials, the non-absorbable Nylon and the slowly absorbable Polydioxanone for midline abdominal closure in the ...

Long Term Follow up of Subjects Exposed to Genetically Engineered T Cell Receptors

Subjects who previously took part in an Adaptimmune study and received genetically changed T cells (including but not limited to MAGE-A10ᶜ⁷⁹⁶T and MAGE-A4ᶜ¹º³²T) are asked to take part in this long term follow-up study. Subjects will be asked to join this study once they complete the parent interventional study. The purpose of this study is to find out if the genetically changed T cells that subjects received in the parent study have any long-term side effects. N...

Seasonal Trends of Respiratory Morbidity in Diabetic Patients

Type 2 diabetes mellitus (T2DM) poses a significant burden on the patients and the health care system. The increasing number of surgery performed in elderly population results in an increased number of perioperative T2DM-related adverse effects. T2DM has a prevalence of 30-40% in a population undergoing cardiovascular surgery. Cardiac surgery, especially cardiopulmonary bypass (CPB) is also known to deteriorate respiratory mechanics. Therefore, the study is aimed at a retrospe...

Autologous CD19-specific T Cells Infusion

The goal of this clinical research study is to learn if an investigational type of gene transfer can be given reliably and safely in patients with advanced B-cell lymphoma. B cells are a type of white blood cell that fights infection and disease. Lymphoma is a type of cancer that affects the immune system, including B cells. The gene transfer involves drawing blood, separating out T cells (white blood cells that fight infection and disease), changing the T cells' DNA (genetic ...

Infusion of Allogeneic Umbilical Cord Blood-Derived CD19-Specific T Cells

The goal of this clinical research study is to learn if an infusion of white blood cells (called T cells) that have been genetically changed is safe to give patients who have received an UCBT. Researchers want to learn if these genetically changed T-cells are effective in attacking cancer cells in patients with advanced B-cell lymphoma or leukemia after they have received an UCBT, how long the changed T-cells stay in the body, and if adding them to standard transplant could im...

Psychosocial, Environmental, and Chronic Disease Trends in Puerto Rico

The overall goal is to identify trends and longitudinal associations in psychosocial, food-related, and cardiometabolic risk factors that can guide public health priorities and future research needs aimed at reducing cardiovascular-related disparities in Puerto Rico. To this end, investigators will establish 'PROSPECT: Puerto Rico Observational Study of Psychosocial, Environmental, and Chronic disease Trends', an island-wide, longitudinal population cohort of 2,000 adults (30-7...

Profiling Implantable Cardiac Device Diagnostics Trends During Clinical Events .

The study looks to evaluate the device diagnostic data obtained from (all the Cardiac Rhythm and Heart Failure (CRHF) devices of medtronic having the Cardiac Compass® and OptiVol® diagnostic feature) these devices to identify trends during clinical events that will help early detection and prevention of cardiovascular and other comorbid conditions. (i.e. Heart failure(HF), Atrial Fibrilation,COPD, Renal dysfunction (RD), Diabetes etc.)

Trends in Breastfeeding Disparity in U.S. Infants by WIC Eligibility and Participation

This is a secondary data analysis study that uses nationally representative data to examine the trends in breastfeeding disparities between Women, Infants, and Children (WIC) program eligible children vs. non-eligible children and eligible participants vs. eligible non-participants.

Coronary Disease Morbidity and Mortality in a Population

To study the entire population of Olmsted County, Minnesota, including all age categories, to examine the secular trends in coronary heart disease (CHD) mortality, myocardial infarction (MI) incidence, and natural history, including MI severity, case fatality and post-MI morbidity. Also, to examine the time trends in the prevalence of CHD at post-mortem because of the uniquely high autopsy rate in Olmsted County.

Pre-hospital Advanced Airway Management Studying Expedited Routines

In the Scandinavian and Swiss HEMS critical care teams, the prehospital tracheal intubations (TI) are performed by airway experts with high success rates and low rates of complications. Due to environmental conditions these are today frequently performed in-cabin before take-off. There are so far no published data on comparing outside and in-cabin TI under these circumstances. This will therefore be the first prospective study comparing prehospital TIs outside or incabin...

Development and Validation of an ADL-score Based on FIM and EBI

The aim of this mixed-methods-study is to develop and validate an algorithm to transform FIM (Functional Independence Measure) and EBI (Extended Barthel Index) into an ADL score (Activities of Daily Life) that can be used to compare outcome quality of rehabilitation clinics. The following steps are performed: 1. Development of an ADL-algorithms by experts 2. Validation of the ADL-algorithms in a quantitative approach 3. Finalization of the ADL-algorithms b...

Trends of the Pre-hospital Emergency Care Spectrum in Beijing From 2005 to 2014: A Retrospective Analysis

This was a retrospective analysis of a cohort of all emergency care patients in Beijing from January 2005 to December 2014. This aim of this study was to analyze the trends in pre-hospital emergency care need and the emergency response times, with the intention of aiding the government to optimize medical resources and improve pre-hospital emergency care.

Prevalence and Risk Factors for Common Diseases

By using national databases in Sweden the aim of the present project is to: 1. Investigate if the incidence of our most common diseases, such as fracture and cardiovascular disease, has changed from 1970-2017 2. To investigate whether the risk of death for our most common diseases have changed from 1970-2017. 3. To investigate the risk of a new episode after suffering from our most common diseases from 1970-2017 4. To investigate the risk ...

CD19+ CAR T Cells for Lymphoid Malignancies

Sometimes researchers change the DNA (genetic material in cells) of donated T-cells (white blood cells that support the immune system) using a process called "gene transfer." Gene transfer involves drawing blood from a transplant donor (or the patient him/herself), and then separating out the T-cells using a machine. Researchers then perform a gene transfer to change the T-cells' DNA, and then inject the changed T-cells into the body of the patient receiving the transplant. ...

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