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18:58 EDT 19th September 2018 | BioPortfolio

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Use of a Rapid Turnaround Test for NG/CT to Improve Treatment of Women Presenting With Possible STIs

The purpose of this study is to evaluate the effect of utilizing a rapid turnaround CT/NG test on treatment of female patients in the emergency department or urgent care setting with possible STIs.


A Study to Improve the FAST Ultrasound Exam

This research study aims to improve the standard exam called Focused Assessment with Sonography in Trauma (FAST). The FAST exam is an ultrasound test used to identify an abdominal bleed. The study will see if having patients roll on their right side improves the FAST exam. Making the FAST exam better can help trauma doctors save the lives of patients with bleeding.

Clinical Decision Support (CDS) for Outpatient Radiology Imaging

The goal of the study is to determine whether clinical decision support (CDS) affects the number, type, or appropriateness of targeted high-cost radiology images (i.e. MR and CT) ordered. The CDS will be delivered in Epic through ACRSelect software, which is a leading decision support tool based on the American College of Radiology (ACR) Appropriateness Criteria (see http://www.acr.org/Quality-Safety/Appropriateness-Criteria), and presents the ACR appropriateness scores for eac...


Clinical Decision Support (CDS) for Radiology Imaging

The goal of the study is to determine whether clinical decision support (CDS) for radiology affects the number, type, or appropriateness of targeted high-cost radiology imaging orders (i.e. magnetic resonance (MR), computed tomography (CT), nuclear medicine (NM) and Positron Emission Tomography (PET) scans). The CDS will be delivered to physicians in the Aurora Health Care system. It will be delivered in Epic, an industry-standard electronic medical record software, through ACR...

HCV Care Pathway in Ile-de-France

The main objective of this research is to evaluate a care pathway adapted to different category populations at risk of being infected with the hepatitis C virus in order to improve both the diagnosis turnaround times and the access to treatment. The aim is to allow a quick and effective access to diagnosis and treatment of HCV by strengthening the city hospital networks, access to early consultations and coordination of medical social actors.

Point-of-Care Ultrasonography for Intussusception

Pediatric emergency medicine (PEM) physicians are increasingly utilizing point-of-care ultrasound (POCUS). There is currently limited data regarding POCUS evaluation for intussusception in pediatric patients. To better understand the role of POCUS for identification of intussusception, the investigators plan to conduct a randomized, noninferiority study comparing POCUS and radiology-performed ultrasound (RADUS), utilizing experienced sonographers across multiple institutions.

Immediate Fast-Track Versus Standard Care for Persons Living With HIV in Haiti

In the proposed R34 grant, the investigators will develop and test a strategy of immediate fast-track care. The study population will include adult patients with early HIV infection. Participants will be randomized to immediate fast-track or standard (deferred fast-track) care. All participants will receive same-day HIV testing and ART initiation prior to study enrollment. The intervention group will receive immediate fast-track care, which is conditional upon timely visits, an...

6-0 Fast Absorbing Gut Versus 5-0 Fast Absorbing Gut for Linear Wound Closure

Traditionally, dermatologic surgeons close wounds with stitches. Fast absorbing gut is a dissolvable stitch that is very commonly used. Some surgeons believe that using a thinner size of this stitch causes less skin reaction and improves the cosmetic outcome of the scar. Other surgeons believe that using a thicker size of this stitch reduces the tension on the scar and improves the cosmetic outcome of the scar in that manner. We wish to determine whether the thickness of the fa...

Tele-ultrasound Experimentation

This study tries to evaluate the non-inferiority quality and safety of ultrasound examinations realise by electro-radiology assistant with a remote radiologist compared to those realize by electro-radiology assistant with a referent radiologist on site.

Efficacy of Hypnoanalgesia by a Radiologist Technologist in Children With Cutaneous Angioma Treated With Sclerosis in Interventional Radiology

This study highlights the global management of the various components of outpatient pain by hypnoanalgesia (pain management by hypnosis) in radiopediatrics. Indeed, pain is induced by sclerosis of cutaneous angiomas in interventional radiology. It is managed by MEOPA (an equimolar mixture of oxygen nitrous oxide) or by general anesthesia. For four years, the medical electroradiology technologist of the Mother and Child Hospital (HFME) of the Hospices Civils de Lyon offer pati...

Whole-Body MRI in the Evaluation of Pediatric Malignancies

Eligible patients will have a cancer that is known to spread to other areas of the body (metastasize). This study will look at the best way to see if and where the cancer has spread (metastatic disease). The standard tests (conventional imaging tests) that are used to determine the extent and spread of these diseases may include magnetic resonance imaging (MRI), computed tomography (CT), bone scanning, gallium scanning, and/or metaiodobenzylguanidine (MIBG) scanning. The stan...

FAST Mapping During Atrial Fibrillation

Atrial fibrillation (AF) is the most common cardiac arrhythmia worldwide with a prevalence of 8% in the elderly. AF is responsible for frequent hospitalizations, stroke, heart failure and mortality. AF catheter ablation is an important treatment strategy for patients suffering from AF, but the success rate remains low after conventional pulmonary vein isolation (PVI). The mechanism perpetuating AF is poorly understood. Focal electrical sources and triggers (FAST) may sustain AF...

Ramadan and Energy Expenditure Study

Ramadan fasting entails abstinence from eating and drinking between dawn and sunset. During this month major changes in meal times and patterns, sleeping times and activity occur. Starvation is known to lead to a compensatory reduction in energy expenditure. However, the Ramadan fast is not synonymous with starvation as it involves intermittent periods of fasting followed by gorging. People who fast during Ramadan feel less energetic. However, little is known about the effects ...

Fast Track Hip Fracture - an Optimized Pathway for Hip Fracture Patients

The study examines if the introduction of a fast track pathway for hip fracture patients had an influence on mortality and quality of life by comparing these outcomes between all hip fracture patients operated at Akershus University Hospital two years before and two years after this change in standard care.

Effect of Nutrition Labeling on Fast Food Choices

A study examining menu choices made at fast food restaurants.

Teleradiology Program for Frail Patients Living at Home or in Nursing-homes

Transporting radiology to the patient's home is challenging. Preliminary experiences conducted in Turin (Italy) and Lund (Sweden) indicate that the coupling of simple, light-weight X-ray equipments with a Computed radiography or Digital Radiography systems could be effective for externalization of radiographic service. The image and examination quality has been proved to be the same than those performed with a stationary equipment and analysis on safety of radio-protection sys...

Study to Compare 2 Formulations of LY900014 in Healthy Participants

The study involves a comparison of 2 formulations of LY900014, which is a type of fast acting insulin. Study participants will be administered LY900014 U-100 two times and LY900014 U-200 two times, over 4 study periods, by injection under the skin. Blood samples will be taken to compare how the body handles the study drugs and how they affect the blood sugar levels. Side effects and tolerability will be documented. The study will last about 4 weeks, not including screening and ...

Fast-track Discharge After Elective Cesarean Section

Cesarean section (CS) is a procedure with prolonged hospital stay compared to the routine for normal vaginal delivery in multiparas. The difference is caused mainly by postoperative pain but improvements in management of pain may change this situation and make early discharge possible. However, several aspects need to be considered. The aim of this project is to evaluate fast-track discharge for multiparas after elective CS concerning neonatal and maternal complications as wel...

A Study to Compare 2 Formulations of LY900014 in Healthy Participants

The study involves a comparison of a LY900014 U-200 formulation with a LY900014 U-100 formulation. LY900014 is a type of fast acting insulin. Study participants will be administered LY900014 U-100 two times and LY900014 U-200 two times, over 4 study periods, by injection under the skin. Blood samples will be taken to compare how the body handles the study drugs and how they affect the blood sugar levels. Side effects and tolerability will be documented. The study will last abou...

Rapid HIV Viral Load Monitoring in High Risk Patients In Uganda

The RAPID-VL study will take place in 20 HIV care health facilities in Southwestern Uganda. The study will test the hypothesis that a multi-component intervention package that targets barriers to efficient and timely HIV viral load (VL) testing will improve test ordering, speed up result turnaround times, and improve the quality of VL results counseling to patients. Phase 1 of the study will consist of a 1-year retrospective medical record review in all participating health fac...

Effects of Fasting in the Bahá'í Faith

The aim of the study is to find out the effects a specific religious fast (i.e. Bahá'í fast) has on certain metabolic parameters, hydration, psyche and circadian clock

Intraoperative Detection of Residual BCC by Fast Raman

The main objective of this research is to develop a new scanning technology called the Fast Raman device, to accurately check the skin removed by the surgeon and detect any residual cancer cells; if found, additional skin can then be removed by surgeons on the same day. The device will be tested first for patients undergoing Mohs micrographic surgery, then be extended to wide-local excisions of basal cell carcinoma (BCC). This study will determine the validity (sensitivity/spec...

Fast-Track vs Conventional for UKA

The purpose of this study is to see if it is possible to discharge patient undergoing a UKA 1 day postoperatively

Use of 5-0 Prolene Versus 5-0 Fast Absorbing Gut During Cutaneous Wound Closure

The purpose of this study is to determine whether the use of 5-0 prolene during repair of linear cutaneous surgery wounds improves scar cosmesis compared to wound closure with 5-0 fast absorbing gut (both SOC).

Use of the Thrombectomy Device ReVive™ SE in the Acute Treatment of Stroke

The last marketed thrombectomy devices, named stentretriever, permit a better and faster recanalization in patient with a stroke. The REVIVETM SE is a device designed to restore the brain perfusion in patient with an intracranial artery occlusion. The REVIVETM Se device is not widely use in Europe and in France. The objective of this study is to assess the interest of using this device in the standard care of ischemic stroke in the radiology unit of the hospital Pierre Wertheim...


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