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Sensitivity of Alternative NRL972 Detection Methods in Healthy Subjects

The disposition of NRL972 after a 15-second intravenous injection of 2 mg NRL972 is distinctly slower in patients with hepatic cirrhosis and acute hepatitis than in healthy control subjects. NRL972 appears to be a suitable investigational marker of hepatic transporter clearance dysfunction. Although the pharmacokinetics of NRL972 provide a reliable differentiation between subject groups, this approach relies on precisely timed sampling of venous blood, cautious preparat...


Clearance of NRL972 in Patients With Cirrhosis, Nonalcoholic Steatohepatitis (NASH) and in Healthy Volunteers

The study was conducted to describe and compare the plasma pharmacokinetics of NRL972 administered after a standard meal and while fasted in patients with hepatic cirrhosis (Child-Turcotte-Pugh [CTP] class A-C), NASH, young and elderly healthy males, and young and elderly healthy females, to assess the effects of liver dysfunction, gender, age and prandial intestinal hyperaemia on the clearance of NRL972. In addition, the study was to provide information on the safety and tole...

Clearance of NRL972 in Patients With Cirrhosis and in Healthy Volunteers

A study in healthy volunteers and patients with liver cirrhosis to assess the effects of age, gender, and stable liver disease on the clearance of cholyl-lysyl-fluorescein (NRL972)


Evaluation of the Pharmacokinetics of NRL972 Following Pre-Administration of Rifampicin and Cyclosporine

A study in healthy volunteers to determine whether different drugs metabolised by the liver have any effects on how NRL972 is processed within the body.

Pharmacokinetics of NRL972 in Patients With Nonalcoholic Steatohepatitis (NASH) and Non-Alcoholic Fatty Liver Disease (NAFLD)

This study is to evaluate the predictive value of NRL972 pharmacokinetics in the diagnosis of steatohepatitis using fatty liver disease as the comparator group. In addition, the sensitivity and specificity of NRL972 pharmacokinetics as a diagnostic tool will be compared to results from the standard laboratory tests, elastography, tests of metabolic markers and serum fibrosis markers frequently used in the evaluation of clinically predicted NAFLD patients. Patients will be incl...

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Effect of Chronic Viral Hepatitis on the Pharmacokinetics of NRL972.

Little is known about the nature and extent of the disturbance in hepatic function and biliary hepatic clearance in chronic viral hepatitis, while the course of this disease, the functional implications and response to treatment are difficult to predict. This study aims to assess this in patients with chronic viral hepatitis B (CHB) and chronic viral hepatitis C (CHC) who are eligible for treatment in accordance with the established consensus guidelines in the involved countri...

CLUSTER Trial for Outbreak Detection and Response

Despite the critical importance of identifying hospital-associated outbreaks as early as possible in order to limit their spread, there are currently no standardized methods for cluster detection. The CLUSTER Trial (Cluster Linkage Using Statistics to Trigger and Evaluate Response) will assess whether a statistically-based automated cluster detection method coupled with a robust response protocol will enable rapid containment of hospital clusters as measured by a reduction in c...

Pilot Study to Evaluate the Somnotouch Device to Quantify Spontaneous Baroreflex Sensitivity

To measure the spontaneous baroreflex sensitivity in ambulatory patient, a device made for measuring blood pressure beat by beat and continuously, the SOMNOtouch system, could be a useful tool. The SOMNOtouch system has never been used to assess the sensitivity of the baroreflex. A good correlation for measuring the baroreflex sensitivity between the system "SOMNOtouch" and digital photoplethysmography as a reference method is expected but should be evaluated. The main purpuse ...

Digital Game: A Scale to Evaluate the Perioperative Cognitive Function

INTRODUCTION: Cognitive dysfunction is a frequent adverse event in the postoperative period, especially in elderly patients. The tests commonly used for the detection of postoperative cognitive dysfunction are time-consuming and with variable sensitivity and specificity and difficult routine use. Applying a difficult battery of cognitive tests decreases the viability of adopting measures to increase preoperative cognitive reserve and methods for prevention, diagnosis and rehabi...

Study to Determine the Utility of Novel Technologies and Biomarkers to Measure Human Response to Rosiglitazone Maleate

Insulin resistance (IR) is common in many metabolic disorders and predisposes an individual to Type 2 Diabetes Mellitus (T2DM), the Metabolic Syndrome and coronary atherosclerosis. Non-diabetics with IR are at risk, but can be difficult to diagnose. A major problem with the use of IR as a predictor or marker of disease is the lack of a simple, robust test that can be used to quantify this parameter in a wide variety of clinical situations. The current 'gold standard' methods f...

Evaluation of a Diagnostic Device for Detection of Nasal Staphylococcus Aureus

To establish the clinical test performance characteristics of sensitivity, specificity and predictive values for direct detection of nasal Staphylococcus aureus colonization against clinical microbiology laboratory culture methods.

A Pilot Study to Substantiate the Use of the Jay Sensitivity Sensor Probe

Subjects with at least two teeth with dentinal hypersensitivity and who meet the study criteria will be enrolled onto this double blind, randomised, parallel, controlled clinical trial. After enrolment, suitable subjects will use a fluoride toothpaste for 4 weeks (wash out period). Baseline dentine hypersensitivity assessments will be conducted using tactile stimuli, air blast, and VAS methods. Tactile methods of assessment will include use of the Yeaple Probe and the Jay Sensi...

Sensitivity and Specificity of a Mobile Lead-one ECG Like Device for the Detection of Atrial Fibrillation (AF)

Atrial Fibrillation(AF) is one of the most common abnormal heart rhythms and approximately 3% of the general population have AF. The prevalence increases with age of the population and is increased in people with diabetes, hypertension and those who are overweight. AF is a major risk factor for stroke; people with AF are five times more likely to suffer an ischaemic stroke; however this can be reduced significantly with appropriate interventions which depends on detection of th...

Efficacy of CPP-ACP on Bleaching Related Sensitivity

Objective: The purpose of this randomized controlled split-mouth clinical trial was to evaluate the effectiveness of MI paste in reducing sensitivity associated vital bleaching. Methods: 45 subjects were randomly divided into two groups, based upon which arch received MI Paste. Group 1 bleached Maxillary arch, Group 2 bleached mandibular arch. Two weeks later subjects stopped bleaching the first arch and started second arch. Sensitivity was measured by VAS daily log scale for ...

Molecular Diagnostic Methods for Detection of Plasmodium Knowlesi

This study aims to determine the sensitivity, specificity, and practical value of two new molecular diagnostic assays compared to a more classical nested molecular diagnostic assay and the routine microscopy (both of which are the current gold standard) in detection of P. knowlesi.

Colvera for Detection of Disease Recurrence

To compare the sensitivity and specificity estimates of Colvera with that of a commercially available CEA test for detection of recurrent disease in CRC subjects who are undergoing surveillance for recurrence.

Circadian Misalignment and Insulin Sensitivity

This study will evaluate the effect of circadian misalignment on insulin sensitivity in healthy lean subjects in a randomized cross-over design. Subjects will be admitted to the research facility for two study periods of 3 and 3.5 days. In one of the study periods, the behavioral cycle will be shifted by 12 hours. Insulin sensitivity will be measured with a hyperinsulinemic euglycemic clamp.

CD71 in Dried Blood Spots in Healthy Males

Understand the effect of recombinant EPO (rEPO) boosting and microdosing on the hematological module of the Athlete Biological Passport (ABP) - Measure the change in CD71 longitudinally in subjects from both cohorts - Assess whether rEPO administration can be detected in a dried blood spot (DBS) using recent advances in analytical methodologies - Compare windows of rEPO detection using both Athlete Biological Passport models and direct detection usin...

Clinical Application of an Automated Liquid Biopsy Platform for Early Detection of Colorectal Cancer

Colorectal cancer (CRC) is among the most preventable cancers when precancerous lesions are detected at an early stage. Current screening methods for CRC require bowel prep or stool-based testing that are inconvenient, resulting in low compliance. Stool based tests have limited sensitivity for the detection of precancerous lesions. The CMx platform has been showed to be able to the detection of Circulating Tumor Cells (CTCs) in high sensitivity and specificity. In published st...

Analysis Between Coronary Angiotomography and High-sensitive Troponin in Intermediate Risk of Acute Coronary Syndrome

In recent years, a large number of studies have been conducted on how to improve the treatment of patients in the Emergency Room (ER) complaining of chest pains. Great advances have been achieved recently regarding diagnostic methods aided by coronary CT angiopraphy (CCTA) and high-sensitive troponins. However, various questions about these methods still remain obscure and there is no effective comparison between them in patients with intermediate risk. The aim of the study is ...

Performances of a Fast Test for the Detection of Helicobacter Pylori Antigens in Child Stool

The diagnostic tests used to detect Helicobacter pylori (H. pylori) infection are either direct and invasive, as in culture, histology and the rapid urease test (RUT) or noninvasive, such as serology, the 13C-Urea breathe test or the stool antigen test. However, there is no single reference method to detect the H. pylori infection reliably and accurately. The specificity of gastric biopsy cultures is 100%, but the sensitivity is lower. Histology and RUT provide excellent diagno...

Paired Analysis of Sensitivity for Colorectal Cancer Using COLVERA : PASCAL

To compare the sensitivity and specificity estimates of Colvera with that of a commercially available CEA test for detection of recurrent disease in subjects with colorectal cancer that have documented recurrence or no evidence of recurrence by CT.

Validation of Methods to Estimate Body Fat

The purpose of this study is to evaluate various methods for estimating body composition in human subjects. Each subject is evaluated by several methods that are then compared to a criterion value. We hypothesize that the prediction method will yield the same result as the criterion value. The risks to subjects are minimal and all techniques are routinely performed.

Novel Assays for Detection of Influenza Virus

Seasonal influenza virus causes an estimated 0.3-0.6 million deaths per year. Avian influenza virus H5N1, H7N9 and H5N6 has fatality rate of over 30%. Swine influenza viruses from pigs have also infected humans. Molecular assays are now used routinely in the detection of influenza viruses. The M gene is often used as the target for all influenza A viruses because the nucleotide sequence of this gene is relatively conserved among all the influenza A viruses. The World Health Or...

PET-MR-PSA Prostate Cancer Recidive Study

Simultaneous PET/MRI has the potential to improve the detection accuracy in recurrent prostate cancer, since it combines the excellent soft-tissue contrast of MRI with the high molecular sensitivity of PET in a single imaging session. The aim of this study is to evaluate the sensitivity and specificity of simultaneous 18F-Fluciclovine PET/MRI for detection of recurrent prostate cancer.


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