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The purpose of this study is to use monitoring and intervention technologies in suboptimal health status in a general population in China and evaluate the effectiveness of these technologies in the improvement of suboptimal health status.
The PulmoTrack® 2010 with WIM-PC™ Technologies device, indicated for acoustic pulmonary function measurement that quantifies the presence of wheezing. This study was designed in order to evaluate the efficacy and safety of using the WIM-PC™ device for wheeze detection during dynamic bronchial situations in asthmatic adult.
The investigators would like to know if different imaging devices can improve the quality of images and visualization of imaged tissues. Also, the investigators would like to find out whether these changes are useful in the diagnosis and treatment of eye diseases. Using images of previous participants will allow us to demonstrate the advancement of different technologies, as well be used to allow comparisons between current technologies.
The proposed project will address the measurement and ramifications of out-of-home mobility problems in various orthopedic disorders in an innovative way, using advanced tracking technologies.
The mission of this project is to develop novel systems of care that can provide efficacious, scalable, cost-effective, participant friendly technology assisted behavioral interventions (TABIs) for the treatment of depression in adults. The investigators define TABIs as interventions that use information and telecommunications technologies such as the internet, mobile or traditional phones, computers and/or other technologies to support and deliver psychological and behavioral ...
An open, non-randomised longitudinal study of diabetic foot ulcers receiving standardised treatment, over a 16 week period conducted at out-patient level, utilising novel optical wound measurement technologies.
The mission of this project is to develop novel systems of care that can provide efficacious, scalable, cost-effective, participant friendly technology assisted behavioral interventions (TABIs) for the prevention of depression in adolescents. The investigators define TABIs as interventions that use information and telecommunications technologies such as the internet, mobile or traditional phones, computers and/or other technologies to support and deliver psychological and behav...
A pilot study that seeks to develop a set of typologies of users of mobile sleep tracking technologies, and optimal sleep health educational strategies among users of mobile wearable technologies that track sleep.
The purpose of this study is to learn whether it is feasible to use the LifeScience Technologies application (LST app) in patients undergoing radical cystectomy with the eventual goal to reduce complications and readmissions to the hospital after surgery.
This study is being done to assess new Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI) technologies such as new hardware or software designed to improve MRI examinations of the brain, spine, and head & neck regions. Software and hardware are always being improved, new machines replace old machines, software is updated and improved as well as devices used to produce better MRI images.
The purpose of this study is to evaluate whether two different central air purification technologies reduce air pollutant exposure and beneficially influence health as evaluated with a suite of biological markers related to cardiovascular and respiratory disease risk.
This study is being done to assess new Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI) technologies such as new hardware or software designed to improve MRI examinations of the vascular structures, abdomen, and pelvis regions. Software and hardware are always being improved, new machines replace old machines, software is updated and improved as well as devices used to produce better MRI images.
Randomized controlled trial for assessing the effects resulting from an innovative occupational program using new technologies (KODRO) on nursing home residents' quality of life Context : improving quality of life (QOL) for the nursing homes residents (NHR) is a national priority (2010 report from French ANESM).
Preimplantation genetic diagnosis (PGD) is the integration of both assisted reproductive technologies and molecular genetic technologies and was shown to improve implantation rate and reduce spontaneous abortions after implantation. The principal problems in single cell PCR include amplification failure, ADO and contamination. Multiple displacement amplification (MDA) is a technique used in the amplification of very low amounts of DNA and reported to yield large quantities of h...
The purpose of this case collection effort is software design by R2 Technologies, Inc., The information received from Women's Imaging will be provided to the Case Collection, Data Management and Algorithm/software design and development teams who are responsible for the receipt of patient data and management of such data; and creation, testing and validation of R2 Technologies, Inc., for Computer Aided Detection (CAD) and new digital image archiving software design.
The goal of this study is to examine the use of new technologies in disseminating and improving CBT treatment for adolescent depression. An on-line therapist training tutorial will be followed by 12 weeks of CBT treatment according to the training protocol. CBT treatment will be augmented with the use of automated text messages for homework reminders and reinforcement of learning. In session patient education and review of CBT concepts will be augmented through teaching mater...
The purpose of this study is to determine the feasibility and acceptability of using different remote data collection technologies to ascertain flare occurrence among gout patients. Two technologies will be the focus of this study: a telephone based interactive voice response (IVR) and a smartphone mobile application (called RheumPRO). The results of this study will not only guide research approaches in clinical trials, but may also have direct implications for monitoring patie...
Dense array EEG and EIT (electrical impedence tomography) are new technologies that can add to information needed to diagnose neurological problems in infants - both preterm and term. The investigators propose a method to test these technologies in the preterm population to determine its safety and ease of use. The investigators will test on preterm infants of 30-34 weeks gestation, starting first with the older infants (32-34 weeks) then moving down to the smaller population (...
This study will establish the feasibility of a theoretically-driven, personalised educational intervention delivered through mobile technologies in first-time hearing aid users. Namely, the C2Hear (https://www.youtube.com/C2HearOnline) multimedia videos, or Reusable Learning Objects (RLOs) (Ferguson et al., 2015; 2016), will be repurposed into short 'bite-sized' mobile-enabled RLOs (mRLOs).The development of the intervention will be based on a recently developed comprehensive m...
An echocardiogram, also called a cardiac ultrasound or echo, is a medical test that takes pictures of the heart using sound waves. It shows images of the structures of the heart without using radiation. During the last year, the FDA has approved a new technology called Speckle Tracking that can look at the heart wall motion and contraction (pumping or squeezing) abnormalities. The study will also employ tissue Doppler and 3-Dimensional echo and uses the same echocardiographic...
Smartphones have become a part of our daily life, the number of people using smartphones is increasing day after day. Easy access to internet is the main advantage of smartphones in comparison to traditional mobile phones, so they are considered as handheld convenient substitutes to computers. People use smartphones for many different purposes such as communication, entertainment, browsing for information, education or business facilitation. Unfortunately the excessive use of s...
In Mozambique, early infant HIV diagnosis (EID, i.e. HIV screening of infants under 18 months of age) is conducted using molecular diagnostics at central laboratories in Maputo, Nampula, Beira and Quelimane. However, test volumes are growing and many parts of the country do not have close access to laboratories. Test samples are transported over large distances and this can introduce testing delays, especially for patients in rural and remote areas of the country. There are now...
Most neurological and neurodegenerative diseases have a multifactorial nature. For some of them it is documented a genetic component (sometimes described as Mendelian, other times as a multifactorial), while others have not been reported genes or family segregation evidence. Therefore, the presence of these scenarios sometimes makes it impossible or unlikely to arrive at a molecular result following a clinical evidence. To date there are new technologies such as Next Generati...
Maintaining a healthy diet and engaging in routine physical activity may help decrease severity of symptoms, prevent secondary conditions, and slow functional decline in people with disabling neuromusculoskeletal conditions. However, people with these conditions face many health barriers to engaging in healthy behaviors. With the advent of portable technologies, such as smart phones, tablets and PDAs, there is a need to explore whether these technologies can help people with di...
Primary Objective: To evaluate the effect of virtual approach via novel technologies versus traditional study conduct on glycemic control in terms of glycated hemoglobin A1c (HbA1c). Secondary Objective: To evaluate the appropriate utilization of virtual approach via novel technologies during the study and to assess the effect of the virtual versus traditional study conduct on multiple outcomes in terms of study methodology and diabetes management.