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Energy Cost for Holding a MedGem® Indirect Calorimeter

The goal of this clinical protocol is to perform a randomized crossover study to determine the energy cost of holding the MedGem® device above a person's normal resting metabolic rate (RMR) compared to not holding the MedGem® device.

Kangaroo Holding Effects on Breast Milk

Kangaroo holding is a skin-to-skin method of holding a baby. Many research studies have investigated the maternal and infant benefits associated with kangaroo holding. The purpose of this study is to determine if kangaroo holding a baby changes the amount and composition of breast milk pumped before and after the kangaroo holding session. Hypotheses: 1. There is a significant difference in volume of maternal breast milk pumped after kangaroo holding premature i...

Kangaroo Holding and Maternal Stress

The primary objective is to determine if kangaroo holding in the first week after birth influences the stress levels of mothers who have delivered their infants prematurely and who require admission to the Special Care Nursery (SCN). Hypothesis: There will be a decrease in maternal stress levels as perceived by mothers and as reflected in their blood pressures and heart rates after kangaroo holding their premature infants in the SCN.

Holding, Stress and Bonding During Therapeutic Hypothermia Dyads During Therapeutic Hypothermia

Ten infants undergoing therapeutic hypothermia for hypoxic-ischemic encephalopathy will be enrolled in a new protocol that will allow mothers to hold their infants during the hypothermia treatment period. This is a safety study that will assess whether or not there is an increase in adverse event frequency in infants that are held during hypothermia. Parents and NICU nurses will be given a questionnaire after holding is complete investigating their feelings on maternal-infant b...

The Holding Area LINQ (Reveal LINQ Insertable Cardiac Monitor) Trial is a Prospective, Non-randomized, Single Center Post-market Clinical Trial

The Holding Area LINQ Trial is a clinical trial designed to compare the benefits in conducting impant procedures in the holding area of a hospital operating room vs cardiac catheterization/electrophysiology laboratory.

The Impact of Holding on Stress and Bonding in Mother-Infant Pairs During Therapeutic Hypothermia

This research is being done to try to improve the experience of mothers and babies during therapeutic hypothermia. Currently, mothers are not able to hold their baby during hypothermia treatment. Mothers have reported that not being able to hold their baby during this time is stressful. Additionally, it is known that holding has many benefits for mothers' and babies' psychological and physical health. Therapeutic hypothermia is the standard of care. The experimental interventi...

Prevention of Radiation Pneumonitis After Three-Dimensional Conformal Radiation Therapy (3D-CRT) in Patients With Non-Small-Cell Lung Cancer

The purpose of this study is to evaluate the interest of breath holding for the prevention of radiation pneumonitis following conformal radiation therapy. Eligible patients will be randomly assigned in a 2-arm trial to free breathing or breath holding during conformal radiation. The primary objective of the study is to establish the efficacy of breath holding, compared to free breathing, in the prevention of early pulmonary toxicity following conformal radiation. ...

The Holding Study: Feeding Analgesia in Preterm Infants

The purpose of this study is to compare the effects of mothers' skin-to-skin holding during feeding via a soother trainer with the effects of pacifier sucking on preterm infant biobehavioural responses during and immediately after a painful procedure Hypothesis: 1. When held by their mothers during blood collection, preterm infants will show less pain reaction than when sucking on a pacifier. 2. Following holding during the blood collection, mothers will find ...

Newborn Cortical Response to Pain and Non Pharmacological Analgesia

Minor painful procedures are frequently performed on newborn infants and non-pharmacological analgesia is commonly used. As more than one analgesic method may be applied simultaneously in clinical practice, the relative contribution and efficacy of analgesic components still needs to be further elucidated. In the present study neonatal cortical brain response during four types of non-pharmacological analgesia (oral glucose, expressed breastmilk, maternal holding plus oral gluco...

Customized Headrest or Standard Headrest in Holding Patients Still While Undergoing Radiation Therapy for Head and Neck Cancer

RATIONALE: Using a customized headrest to hold patients in one position may help doctors plan treatment for patients with head and neck cancer. It is not yet known whether a customized headrest is more effective than a standard headrest in holding patients still during radiation therapy. PURPOSE: This randomized clinical trial is studying a customized headrest to see how well it works compared with a standard headrest in holding patients still while undergoing radiation ...

Response to Albuterol Delivered Through an Anti-static Valved Holding Chamber During Nocturnal Bronchospasm

Delivery of HFA albuterol through an antistatic valved holding chamber (VHC) will improve bronchodilator response during nocturnal bronchospasm.

Six Minute Walking Test and Breath-holding

To compare the relationship between breath-hold time and the distance in a Six Minute Walking Test in chronic obstructive pulmonary disease population.

Clinical Pharmacology Study to Evaluate the Total Systemic Exposure and the Lung Availability of CHF 5993 in Healthy Volunteers

This clinical pharmacology study is performed to evaluate the total systemic exposure and the lung availability of CHF 5993 DPI and pMDI with and without valved holding chamber, in healthy volunteers.

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A Comparison of Midazolam and Zolpidem as Oral Premedication in Children

The purpose of this investigator-initiated study is to compare the efficacy of oral midazolam and zolpidem for preoperative sedation, anxiety of patient, and caregiver anxiety at the time of separation, and ease of mask acceptance at induction in children. Subjects will be randomized to receive oral medication midazolam or zolpidem approximately 30 minutes prior to surgery. No placebo will be administered in this study. Subjects will be male and female children between 2 and ...

The Effectiveness of Hand Massage on the Pain of Cardiac Surgery Critically Ill

Postoperative pain is a common phenomenon in the intensive care unit (ICU) despite the multitude of efforts dedicated to promote its effective relief. Mounting evidence shows that cardiac surgery ICU patients experience moderate to severe pain reaching proportions as high as 74% despite the use of analgesics. The highest pain intensity is experienced in the first 24 hours post surgery when patients are still in the ICU, and represents a strong predictor for the presence and sev...


To investigate which shapes of stylet, hand techniques and possible condition that improve intubation successful rate and reduce the elapsed intubation time.

Assessment of an Oral Endotracheal SubglotticTube Holder

This study is designed to assess the acceptability and usability of a new Endotracheal Tube (ET) holding device for an orally intubated patient.

Effect of Music Therapy on Infants With Neonatal Abstinence Syndrome

This study examines the effects of 6 different music therapy interventions on outcomes for neonates diagnosed with Neonatal Abstinence Syndrome.

Effect of Age and Device on Delivery of Fluticasone

To determine the effect of age and device on delivery of HFA-Fluticasone Propionate (FP) in children of different ages. Hypothesis -- passive inhalation in younger children through a valved holding chamber/mask (VHC) will reduce the relative amount of FP delivered to airways.

Pregabalin in the Treatment of Essential Tremor

Pregabalin is approved for the treatment of nerve pain as well as an additional therapy in the treatment of seizures. In December 2004, Pfizer gained Food and Drug Administration (FDA) approval for use of pregabalin in nerve pain associated with diabetes and shingles; making it the first FDA-approved treatment for both of these nerve pain states. Tremor is uncontrolled trembling in part of the body. Essential tremor (ET) is associated with purposeful movement(e.g., holding a g...

Accuracy of Detection Using ENdocuff Optimisation of Mucosal Abnormalities

The purpose of this study is to determine if a new device, called the Endocuff Vision (a small plastic device attached to the end of the colonoscope which helps by holding the folds of the bowel back to give a clear view of the inside of the bowel) will significantly improve the detection of adenomas when used in all patients referred for colonoscopy.

Hypothermia in Cesarean Sectio Patients in Regional Anaesthesia

To study the core temperature perioperatively in patients due for elective cesarean sectio in spinal anaesthesia. Core temperature will be registered by a zero-flux (SpotOn. 3m) probe on the forehead, starting in the holding area and continued until normotemperature post-operatively.

APTS: Australian Placental Transfusion Study

To establish if placental transfusion, using deferred cord clamping for 60 seconds or more while holding the baby at or below the level of the placenta, will improve survival without disability compared with standard early cord clamping in preterm babies less than 30 weeks of gestation.

Transcranial Static Magnetic Field Stimulation of Frontal Cortex

The purpose of this study is to see if a new brain stimulation technique, static magnetic field stimulation (tSMS), which involves holding a static neodymium magnet over the scalp, can influence normal rhythms of brain activity.

RAAS Optimization for Acute CHF Patients

Holding ACEI/ARBs during initial 72 hours of admission with acute decompensated heart failure may help preserve renal function with a lesser decline in GFR. This treatment modification will also allow the option of aggressive diuresis in volume overloaded CHF patients which should result in a lesser decline of AKI, length of stay, readmission rates, and cost associated with CHF treatment.

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