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Affordable Mobile Robots for the Elderly

This project develops and tests the use of service robots to track health of the elderly over time. The objectives are to develop a low-cost mobile manipulator capable of a limited set of elder- relevant manipulation tasks (e.g. picking up dropped items). The investigators will visualize and model the use of the service robot during deployments at an elder care facility. Feedback from focus groups with elders and clinicians will inform the necessary engineering innovation.

Nursing Care Interventions According to Integrative Nursing and Omaha System in Elderly Women Feeling Loneliness

Objectives: The present study investigates the effects of nursing care interventions on the physical, psychological, social and spiritual health of the elderly women with high level of loneliness according to the principles of integrative nursing and Omaha System. Methods: This study protocol describes a randomised controlled trial with to parallel group design. After the level of loneliness of elderly women will be determined by the Loneliness Scale for the Elderly in the Fam...


Shared Oral Care - Improving Oral Care in Institutionalized Elderly in Aalborg Municipality

Background: Nationally and internationally, more people over the age of 65 and especially an increase of people over the age of 80 enter nursing homes with natural dentition and complex prostheses and bridges than previous generations. Furthermore, there is an increased incidence of dental diseases in the elderly. This is leading to increased and different oral care needs. There is a large discrepancy between the elderly who need help with oral hygiene and the elderly who ...

Telephone Call From Acute Care Physicians to Long Term Care Physicians: Impact on Transitional Care of Elderly Patients

A telephone call from a physician taking care of a patient in the hospital to a physician in the long term care setting at the time of discharge can improve transitional care for elderly patients. We believe direct communication between physicians can reduce re-hospitalizations, medication errors, morbidity and mortality. No studies have been done that involve physician-to-physician sign-outs after hospital discharge to the nursing home. In our study, we would like to address t...

Osteopathic Medicine in the Management of Care-induced Pain in Elderly Care (OGéDIS)

The purpose of this study is to evaluate effects of Osteopathic Treatment in the Management of Care-induced pain in Elderly care, in Follow-up care and Rehabilitation Geriatric. The investigators assume that the application of a procedure based on osteopathic fascial techniques in elderly care in Suite and Geriatric Rehabilitation ( SSRG ) suffering from pain of nursing care, could reduce the painful phenomenon having systemic action, and improve tissue engineering, trophicity...

Sarcoma Treatment Guide in Improving Self-Monitoring in Patients With Sarcoma Receiving Chemotherapy

This randomized pilot clinical trial studies how well the Sarcoma Treatment Guide works in improving self-monitoring in patients with sarcoma who are receiving chemotherapy. The Sarcoma Treatment Guide may help patients with sarcoma to be better informed, become more engaged with care, encourage communication, and to better manage side effects associated with chemotherapy treatments in order to improve quality of life.

Analysis of Factors Related to Occurrence of Serious Adverse Events During Nursing in Intensive Care Units

Patients who are hospitalized in intensive care unit (ICU) require basic nursing care to improve patient hygiene, to promote comfort, to prevent pressure ulcer, and foot or hand's retractations. Those nursing cares require mobilization very frequently which expose critically ill patients to occurrence of serious adverse events (SAE) such as i) hemodynamic, neurologic, and respiratory variations ii) unplanned dislodgement (lines, drains, catheters, endotracheal tube..) ...

Nursing Care in Threat of Preterm Birth

Relaxation-Focused Nursing Care which is formed by using these two models is composed of; positive language, positive environment and reducing stressors. Relaxation-Focused Nursing Care, which is thought to have an effect on delaying birth, consists of four stages as a two-day program.In this study, it is aimed to determine the effect of Relaxation-Focused Nursing Care on stress level, cortisol level and birth week.

Experience With a Robot for Home Care and Its Acceptance by People With Dementia, Caregivers and Dementia Trainers

Background: Dementia rates are increasing worldwide and consequently burden global healthcare resources to a serious degree. However, there is a declining number of caregivers to provide care. It is for this reason that many new technologies, such as socially assistive robots, have been developed because of their potential to support caregivers in promoting the independence of people with dementia. Most of the (socially assistive) robots have so far been tested for peopl...

Assessment of Teleconsulting in Nursing Homes

The purpose of this study is to determine whether teleconsulting would be effective and cost-effective by reducing the patients transportations and the use of emergency units for nursing home residents requiring emergent or elective care.

P-INC: Project Incontinence- Effectiveness of Nursing Recommendations

The international literature emphasizes the vast benefits of the effective implementation of evidence based nursing recommendations in improving patient care processes and enhancing health outcomes. The key role of nurses in the prevention, treatment and care of incontinence is highlighted. Studies have shown that UI is a neglected nursing care problem in Austria e.g. regarding diagnosis and nursing interventions. Nursing recommendations may enhance the frequency of diagnosis, ...

Intranasal Dexmedetomidine for Procedural Pain Management in Elderly Adults in Palliative Care

Dexmedetomidine is allowed in Switzerland for intravenous (IV) medication in the intensive care unit in the adult patient. Its active molecule, Dexmedetomidine (Dex), is a selective and powerful α2-Adrenoreceptors (AR) agonist that shows the following complementary properties: anxiolytic, sedative and analgesic. Moreover, it displays interesting cardiovascular, respiratory and neuropsychic safety and tolerance profiles. There is increasing number of promising studies for the ...

Singapore Healthcare and Assistive Robotics Programme (SHARP) - Proof of Concept Study of Care Assistant and Rehabilitation Enabling (CARE) Robots

Robots are commonly used in many settings to help with transportation needs, reduce human injuries, and assisting clinicians during surgeries. These applications could provide direct benefits to patients in the clinical rehabilitation field. In this study, we plan to assess the feasibility of 2 CARE robot prototypes in facilitating dependent transfers and assisting patient mobility in their daily living activities.

Effects of Nurse-led Patient Pathways

Objectives: This quasi-experimental pre-post-study investigated the effect of newly developed Nurse-led Patient Pathways (NPP) designed to improve patients`, and health care professionals` as well as institutional outcomes. Intervention: In the IG patients were cared for under the three newly developed NPP. NPP are characterized by four principles: evidence-based nursing, patient and family centered care, comprehensive discharge planning beyond hospital discharge and nurses' r...

Family Focused Nursing for Elderly Medical Patients

The purpose of this study is to determine whether Family Focused Nursing are effective in the treatment of elderly medical patients with respect to prevalence of depression

Geriatric Education and Its Effect on Certain Aspects of Hospital Care of Nursing Home Patients

Nursing home patients admitted to the hospital pose a significant challenge for health care providers. Geriatric teaching pays particular attention to these admissions and related problems. However, it is yet to be proven, whether geriatric training helps to overcome any of these issues in a better way than through non-geriatric education. The study aims to prove that geriatric training provides advantages over non-geriatric training in caring for nursing home patients admitted...

Psychotropic Drug Use in the Elderly Living in Nursing Homes and the Influence of a Structured Drug Review

The overall aim of this study is to explore if a structured drug review will change clinical symptoms and the psychotropic drugs prescription rate in the elderly living in nursing homes (participants of the study). The study will examine how training of nursing home physicians on reviewing prescription lists using the Norwegian general practice criteria - Nursing homes (NorGeP-NH) will influence the participants` clinical symptoms such as cognition, depression, anxiety and thei...

Effects of a Robot on Physical and Psychosocial Outcomes of Persons With Dementia and Their Social Environment at Home

Background: Dementia rates are increasing worldwide and consequently burden global healthcare resources to a serious degree. However, there is a declining number of caregivers to provide care. It is for this reason that many new technologies, such as socially assistive robots, have been developed because of their potential to support caregivers in promoting the independence of people with dementia. Most of the (socially assistive) robots have so far been tested for peop...

The Impact of Telemedicine to Support Palliative Care Resident in Nursing Home

Investigators hypothesize that telemedicine may be an effective tool to improve palliative care in nursing home, by providing on-site specialized and interprofessional consultation. The objective of this study is to assess the impact of telemedicine in decreasing the rate of hospitalization, compared with usual care, in nursing home resident with palliative care needs.

Advanced MR Imaging in Sarcoma Patients

We intend to investigate the clinical application of two emerging imaging modalities for which the technical capability is currently in place at Mayo Clinic. The treatment of Ewing Sarcoma (ES), Rhabdomyosarcoma (RMS) and soft tissue sarcoma (STS) patients on this study will involve multi-disciplinary contributions from nationally recognized sarcoma experts in Radiation Oncology, Radiology, Orthopedic Surgery, Pediatric Oncology, Medical Oncology and Pathology. Patients ...

Shifting Rehabilitation Paradigms in Skilled Nursing Facilities

This study seeks to improve rehabilitation methods for restoring physical function with skilled nursing facility care. More specifically, this study is designed to evaluate the effectiveness of an intensive therapeutic rehabilitation program for older adult skilled nursing home residents compared to usual care.

Attitudes and Knowledge of Oral Health Among Nursing Personnel

Oral Health care has been shown to have low priority among nursing personnel, especially among personnel with shorter education. As the population gets older and keep their natural teeth high up in age, in most cases throughout life, it is of importance to help the older maintain a good oral health when the cognitive functions and physical ability decreases. In 1999, a new dental care system was introduced with the aim to offer elderly with long-term need for extensive care, ho...

Burden and Medical Care of Sarcoma in Germany

The main objective of the study is to assess the treatment situation of sarcoma patients in Germany and to investigate their potential influence on Quality of Life (and other Patient Reported Outcomes) of the affected persons. Impaired quality of life domains and factors associated with it are to be identified. To this end, a national network of sarcoma treatment specialists and a structure for patient recruitment will be established. This care network is intended to reflect t...

Impact of the Nurse Visit on Observance of the Intake of Oral Carcinological Treatment in the Elderly

The increasingly used oral anticancer treatments allow the patient to reduce treatment and social constraints to reduce hospitalization costs. The counterpart is a decrease in the monitoring of the correct intake of drugs and the detection of side effects. These two risks are major in the elderly, due to comorbidities, poly-medication and decreased attention. The project objective to evaluate the impact of a bi-weekly nursing visit to the patients' homes for 3 months, compared ...

Cranberry for UTI Prevention in Residents of Long Term Care Facilities

Urinary tract infections (UTIs) affect over 7 million men and women per year and cost the health care industry over 1 billion dollars annually. The incidence of UTI increases markedly in elderly institutionalized persons and leads to excessive antimicrobial usage, emergency room visits, hospitalization, sepsis, and death. The use of antimicrobials to prevent UTI in elderly nursing home patients is not recommended and is fraught with problems such as adverse reactions, drug inte...

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