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Saturday 18th May 2019

CleanHands Sensor Based System to Improve Hand Hygiene and Reduce Infection

The purpose of this study is to determine if use of the CleanHands system can improve hand hygiene/personal protective equipment (PPE) compliance and reduce infections in the hospital ICUs through reminders to wash hands and use PPE as appropriate.


Database for Data Collection in the Context of an Enhanced Recovery After Surgery Program in Oncology Surgery

Enhanced Recovery After Surgery Programs (ERP) includes multimodal approaches of perioperative patient's clinical pathways designed to achieve early recovery after surgery and a decreased length of hospital stay (LOS).

Efficacy of Kangliuwan for Recurrent Grade IV Glioma

A Prospective Exploratory Clinical Study to explore the efficacy of Hospital Traditional Chinese Medicine Preparation Kangliuwan for Recurrent Grade IV Glioma.


Randomized, Single Center Study About the Impact of an E-learning Dedicated to Myocardial Infarction Patient

Acute coronary syndrome (ACS) is still one of the major cause of morbi-mortality in Europe. After an ACS, patients should be treated with secondary prevention medication to reduce the risk of recurrence. However, it is known that patients do not take all their medicines as expected, which leads to readmission at the hospital. To enhance drug adherence, the investigators sought to develop an interactive e-learning tool for these patients. This e-learning includes information abo...

Pilot Study of ILIADE : Exploring Health Literacy Within Patients Hospitalized for Acute Cardiovascular Events

Health literacy (HL) is the ability to access, understand, evaluate and apply information in order to communicate with health professionals and understand health instructions but also, promote, maintain and improve health throughout life. Health literacy is known as a health determinant. An association has been shown between low health literacy and low health outcomes such as increased number of unscheduled hospitalization or emergency visits, low medication adherence and poor ...

Rehabilitation Intervention on Prevention of Postoperative Delirium

1. A questionnaire on "Cognition and Attitudes of Nurses on Postoperative Deafness in Neurosurgical Patients" was initially formed through reference literature and expert opinions. The content includes two dimensions of knowledge and attitude, all of which are single-choice questions. There are 11 items in the knowledge dimension, 1 point for the correct answer, 0 point for the wrong answer, and 0 to 11 points for the total score. The average score is t...

Real-time Intervention for Suicide Risk Reduction

The goal of this study is to provide an initial pilot test of an Ecological Momentary Intervention (EMI) designed the reduce the distress associated with negative emotion among individuals at risk for suicide that pairs content from a smartphone with a wearable physiological monitor. Participants will be 25 suicidal adult inpatients who will complete three brief therapy sessions with a study therapist and then complete exercises associated with the study for the duration of the...

Pilot Testing a Patient Safety Display in the Hospital Setting

This is a feasibility pilot study to introduce and evaluate an intervention designed to increase clinician awareness of their patients' urinary catheters, vascular catheters, and pressure injuries. This intervention, the "Patient Safety Display" will be evaluated in one hospital unit.

Experimental Pain Reporting Accuracy and Placebo Response

Good clinical care relies on precise evaluation of patients' conditions. Chronic pain and other neurological and psychiatric diagnoses pose challenges because their assessment depends on subjective patient-reported outcome measures (PROs). The investigators have recently developed the Focused Analgesia Selection Task (FAST), a method that allows assessing pain reporting accuracy. Preliminary results suggest that those who more accurately report their pain show diminished placeb...

Geriatric Assessment Reporting in Real Time (GARRT) in Non-electively Hospitalized Older Cancer Patients

This study prospectively evaluates the impact of geriatric assessment reporting in real-time (GARRT) on key hospital based outcomes in a cohort of non-electively hospitalized older (> 70 years) adults with cancer.

Effect of Bracing Versus No Bracing in Stable Thoracolumbar Compression and Burst Fractures

Spinal orthoses have been used in the treatment of non-operative thoracic and lumbar fractures with much success. However, there has been increasing questioning as to wether or not the orthotics are necessary to have a good overall outcome. Being fitted for and acquiring braces are associated with great expense and increased hospital stays. The purpose of this study is to determine wether or not braces are required for good outcome post thoracic or lumbar fracture.

ED-Initiated School-based Asthma Medication Supervision

Asthma is a common chronic condition that causes substantial morbidity among children and much of it is attributable to medication non-adherence. The National Asthma Education and Prevention Program (NAEPP) and the American Academy of Asthma, Allergy, and Immunology have urged others to develop more effective adherence programs.Schools are a logical setting to deploy such interventions because they are where children congregate, spend much of their day, and are frequently monit...

Low Health Literacy Prevalence's Study in Patients With Chronic Cardiovascular Disease

Health literacy is the ability to access, understand, evaluate and apply information in order to communicate with health professionals and understand health instructions but also, promote, maintain and improve health throughout life. Health literacy (HL) is known as a health determinant. An association has been shown between low HL and poorer health outcomes such as increased number of unscheduled hospitalisation or emergency visits, low medication adherence and poor hea...

Troponin in Acute Chest Pain to Risk Stratify and Guide EffecTive Use of Computed Tomography Coronary Angiography

Most patients presenting to hospital with symptoms of a heart attack are sent home without further tests once a heart attack has been ruled out. Current strategies to assess patients with a suspected heart attack involve blood tests to measure troponin, a protein released into the bloodstream when the heart muscle is damaged. Despite having had a heart attack ruled-out, some patients have unrecognised heart disease and are at risk of having a heart attack in the future. Howeve...

Telerehabilitation in Geriatric Patients

Background Older patients admitted to an emergency department (ED) are dependent on assistive devices and almost 16 % have no gait function. It seems appropriate to identify patients who need physical exercises immediately after discharge to avoid further functional decline. New IT technologies make it possible to both supervise the exercises and communicate with the patients via video conferencing equipment. Until now no studies have examined if the Otago Exercise Program supe...

Pilot Study to Investigate the Effect of Teduglutide on Temporary Ileostomy Function and Complications

The objective of the study is to investigate the natural history of patients with a temporary ileostomy and to assess the effect of Teduglutide in reducing morbidity, hospital readmissions and post reversal complications.

Expression & Epigenetic Silencing of MicroRNA for Predicting Therapeutic Response and Prognosis of HPV-negative HNSCC

A two-part molecular epidemiological study will be conducted to comprehensively assess the association between miR expression and miR promoter methylation and the response to therapy and prognosis in primary, HPV-negative HNSCC patients. Part 1 will be a prospective collection of 25 pairs of fresh tumor-distant normal mucosal tissue in patients with HNSCC. Ultimately, 15 HPV-negative tumor-mucosal pairs will be utilized for discovery work in identifying miRs whose expression is...

Evaluation of the Effect of Dexmedetomidine on Phenylephrine Response During Refractory Septic Shock

Septic shock is common in patients admitted to intensive care and hospital mortality occurs in close to 50% of these patients. In half of the cases, death occurs within the first 72 hours in a context of multiple organ failure that does not respond to conventional therapies, particularly circulatory therapies, despite increasing doses of catecholamines. Vasopressor resistance in septic patients defines refractory septic shock. In one study (Conrad et al. 2015), the increase in ...

Blood Pressure in the Emergency Department

This is a cohort study based on a large sample (> 600 000) of emergency department (ED) visits from two university hospital EDs. Information on incident disease after discharge from the ED will be collected through linkage to Swedish national in-patient register and cause of death register. The importance of blood pressure measured at the ED for incident atherosclerotic cardiovascular disease during long term follow up will be studied by Cox-regression analysis

Time Limited Eating in Adolescents With Diabetes (Time LEAD): a Pilot Study

We propose a randomized controlled trial in 90 children (age 13-21y) with obesity and either PD or T2D recruited from clinical programs at the Children's Hospital Los Angeles (CHLA). Patients will be randomized to one of three treatment groups for a 12-week intervention: Group 1) Low sugar and carbohydrate diet (LSC,

IPACK Study in Total Knee Arthroplasty Patients

This study proposes to compare current multimodal analgesic treatment for TKA with a new multimodal analgesic regimen to demonstrate decreased opioid requirement, time to rehabilitation, and time to reach hospital discharge.

Multi-marker Approach for Risk Assessment in PAH

Prospective registry including incident patients and prevalent patients which pretends to identify clinical characteristics, treatment trends in-hospital and ten years follow-up outcome through major adverse cardiovascular events (MACE) in a China population with well characterized PAH.

A Pilot Study of "Stanford Proxy Test for Delirium" (S-PTD)

Although there are several tools available for the screening of delirium among the medically ill, they all have some limitations. First, none of the available tools have been validated against newly developed and published DSM-5 (Diagnostic and Statistical Manual) or ICD-10 (International Statistical Classification of Diseases and Related Health Problems) criteria. Additionally, all the screening/diagnostic tools presently available have the same limitation, they all require si...

Effect of no Drainage Tube on Blood Loss and Recovery After High Tibial Osteotomy

The objective of this study was to evaluate the safety and efficacy of topical combined with intravenous tranexamic acid for high tibial osteotomy without placement of a drainage tube The clinical scores of patients and their possible risks were tracked. The investigators hypothesized that a combination of tranexamic acid and no drainage tube could reduce blood loss and facilitate early recovery. The implementation of the study will provide a new perioperative blood loss contro...

Thursday 16th May 2019

Clinical Trial of Dvectis Pads in Comparison to no Pad Use in Patients With Chronic Lumbar Spine Pain

1. Introduction 1.1 Description of the Trial The trial was a monocentric, open, randomized, 3-arm clinical trial that took place at the Department of Orthopaedics of the Karviná Miners' Hospital (Karvinská hornická nemocnice a.s.). The involvement of a maximum total number of 198 patients with chronic lumbar spine pain was planned; the patients were randomly and evenly assigned to one of the 3 treatment groups: 1. Use of the Dvectis Single pad; 2. U...


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