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Observe Alternating Hemiplegia of Childhood (OBSERV-AHC) Study

Alternating Hemiplegia of Childhood (AHC) is a rare and serious disease that is in need of effective, and hopefully even curative, therapies. Afflicted patients suffer from severe paralyzing crises, often excruciatingly painful muscle spasms, severe often life threatening epileptic seizures, and frequently severe developmental and psychiatric/psychological disabilities. Based on the repeated input from family organizations and from professionals, as expressed at the London 2016...


The Role of Indocyanine Green Angiography Fluorescence on Intestinal Resections in Pediatric Surgery.

Background: Intestinal resections are commonly performed in the pediatric population. Perfusion of the bowel is one of the most important factors determining the viability of an intestinal anastomosis. Up to date, no ideal method to assess intestinal perfusion has proven its superiority. Objectives: Primary: The aim of this study is to establish the feasibility and impact of the use of indocyanine green technology on intestinal resection margins during elective and emer...

Citrate Salts for Stone-free Result After Flexible Ureterorenoscopy for Inferior Calyx Calculi

The prevalence of urolithiasis is around 10 % in the French population. It is thus a major public health issue. When the stone is not spontaneously removed, interventions such as extracorporeal lithotripsy or flexible ureteroscopy (F-URS) are performed. F-URS is usually preferred in inferior calyx stones > 7 mm in comparison with lithotripsy, with better results. Efficacy of ureteroscopy is based on the "stone-free rate" (SFR) at 3 months. A SFR index is assessed according to t...


Cross-sectional Study on a Given Day Within the Paris Saint-Joseph Hospital Group

Sleep apnea syndrome has an estimated incidence of 2 to 4% in the adult population and more so in men and with aging. It is an independent risk factor for mortality. Cardiovascular pathologies, diabetes, and stroke are known comorbidities with a high rate of association. There is no recommendation to screen these patients although the interest is assumed and sleep apnea syndrome is largely underdiagnosed. Interrogation and clinical examination guide but they are neither sensiti...

Incidence, and Survival Medical Expenditure of Patients With Multiple Sclerosis

Multiple sclerosis (MS) is a disease of autoimmune system which attacks the central nervous system and that is one of the most common inflammatory diseases and has caused a heavy disease burden on patients. In the world, the prevalence of MS is on the rise, and the annual growth rate of MS patients in Taiwan is much higher than the whole world (3.78 times). However, it has no discussion or study in references at present, and it is worthwhile to research. MS is not a fatal disea...

Effect of PACK Health Support Program on Patient Reported Outcomes in Patients With Breast Cancer

This trial studies the effect of an electronic health (eHealth) support program called PACK Health on patient reported health outcomes in patients with newly diagnosed breast cancer. PACK Health monitors breast cancer patients' reported side effects and experience of care when receiving receiving various treatment modalities. Participating in the PACK Health coaching program may improve quality of life, decrease hospital admissions and improve overall health.

Liver Resection Modeling

Despite the medical and surgical progress of the last two decades, the selection of candidates for liver surgery remains based on old principles and insufficiently sensitive to fine-tune the gesture to patient-specific characteristics and make almost zero risks of postoperative liver failure (PLF) and death. It is therefore necessary to develop new tools that will make possible to predict the evolution of the postoperative portocaval gradient (difference of pressure between por...

Parafricta Bootees vs UK Standard Care to Prevent Heel Pressure Ulcers

This randomised study will assess whether Parafricta bootees, when used in addition to normal standard care, can reduce the incidence of heel PUs in patients at very high risk of skin breakdown. The participant group will be hospital inpatients at high risk of PUs (Waterlow score of 20 or more) who are bedbound and do not have existing heel PUs. The participants will be randomised to an intervention arm using Parafricta plus standard care, or a control arm of standard care only...

Gait Analysis in Moderate Hemophiliac Patients (AQM-Hemophile)

The management of moderate hemophilia is less codified than those of severe patients; because these patients are theoretically less likely to bleed and therefore less likely to develop arthropathies. Nowaways, the question arises as to the appropriateness of this "symptomatic" management for the prevention of the occurrence of hemophilic arthropathies. Indeed, a significant number of moderate hemophiliacs seems to develop severe arthropathies that cause significant disability. ...

Contingency Management to Enhance Office-Based Buprenorphine Treatment

Contingency Management interventions provide incentives to substance abuse patients when patients meet therapeutic goals. This project will compare the effectiveness of two Contingency Management interventions (which the investigators have named "Buprenorphine Adherence and Opiate Abstinence" and "Buprenorphine Adherence Only") and Standard Medical Management for treating adults with opioid use disorder. Participants (N=375) will be randomly assigned to one of the three groups....

Phenotyping Genetic Risk for Type 2 Diabetes

This study tests the hypothesis that non-diabetic individuals with a high genetic risk score for type 2 diabetes have impaired glucose tolerance and insulin resistance compared to those with a low genetic risk score for type 2 diabetes.

Feasibility Study Comparing Enteral vs Parenteral Nutritional Outcomes in Autologous Stem Cell Transplant Patients

This study will highlight that Enteral Nutrition (EN) is as effective in nutritionally supporting as Parenteral Nutrition (PN) in this group of patients undergoing an autologous hematopoietic stem cell transplantation (AHSCT). The rationale of this study is to compare nutritional, medical, cost and Quality of Life (QOL) outcomes in patients receiving either EN or PN nutritional support in patients. The main outcomes are to examine are nutritional status, medical complications, ...

Treatment of Actinic Keratosis With 5% KOH Solution

This is a prospective single-arm multicenter medical device study to investigate the clinical efficacy and safety of the treatment of actinic keratosis with a 5% potassium hydroxide solution. In total, 68 patients with actinic keratosis grade I/II, who meet all inclusion criteria and do not meet none of the exclusion criteria are to be enrolled and topically treated twice daily for up to 3 cycles of 14 days of treatment followed by 14 non-treatment days. The primary obj...

Long-term Results of Per-oral Pyloromyotomy for Refractory Gastroparesis

This is a large multicenter retrospective French cohort conducted in seven French centers that had performed at least five G-POEM procedures at the end of 2017. All patients treated by G-POEM for refractory gastroparesis since April 30, 2014 (first case of GPOEM in France) in these seven centers were included in this study and followed until April 2019. The data were collected retrospectively regarding medical and technical data, and then prospectively for the following data, w...

Genetic Predictors of Efficiency and Safety of ICIs in Patients With Different Malignancies (ICIPRESIST-0519)

This is a multicenter, non-interventional, retrospective study (with two prospective cohorts), including previously treated patients with melanoma, squamous cell lung cancer in the late stages (inoperable or metastatic) and Hodgkin disease at any stages. The duration of the follow-up will be 12-60 months. Data from medical records will be retrospectively collected at different points in time. The first data extraction will consist of collecting data from the initial level (bef...

Anakinra for the Treatment of Chronically Inflamed White Matter Lesions in Multiple Sclerosis

Background: Multiple sclerosis (MS) is a disease of the central nervous system (CNS). People who have MS may have lesions that form on parts of the CNS, such as the brain. Some of these lesions may be inflamed for a long time. This causes MS to progress. There is no treatment for these lesions. Researchers believe that a drug that decreases inflammation can help. Objective: To see if a drug called anakinra can help clear inflammation in MS brain lesions. Eligibi...

Pathophysiology of Hypoventilation in Obesity and Effects of Bariatric Intervention

Breathing is impacted by obesity. Early changes are characterised by significant breathing abnormalities during sleep (a condition called sleep disordered breathing, the most common of which is obstructive sleep apnoea). As the breathing changes worsen in severity, it may result in a rise in carbon dioxide levels during daytime causing a condition called obesity hypoventilation syndrome (OHS). The current treatment for obesity related breathing changes include supportive breath...

A Single-arm, Open, Phase II Study of Chidamide Combined With Toripalimab in Refractory and Advanced Soft-tissue Sarcoma

Soft tissue sarcoma is a relatively rare malignant tumor with an incidence of about 1-2/100,000. The best way to obtain evidence-based medical evidence is to participate in clinical trials with new drugs (especially targeted drugs and immunotherapy). Chidamide, an oral subtype-selective histone deacetylase inhibitor monotherapy was effective on the patients with hematological tumors by inhibiting HDAC activity and other ways, showing good anti-tumor activity. Histone deacetylas...

Social Cognition Training and Vocational Rehabilitation

Social cognition impairments, frequently encountered in Serial Mental Illness, reduce the ability to find and to keep a job. Cognitive remediation and social cognition training reduce the impact of cognitive impairments on work outcomes . The purpose of this research is to associate a social cognition training program to vocational rehabilitation in the transition network (transitional Workforce Assistance Facilities and Services) to help people to maintain their jobs and to ac...

Inflammatory Biomarkers to Diagnose and Monitor Diabetic Foot Osteomyelitis

The investigators plan to do a retrospective chart review of 500 patients admitted to the hospital between January 1, 2010 and December 31, 2015 with diabetic foot infections. The investigators will define a positive case of osteomyelitis as bone with positive bacterial cultures or histologic finding of acute or chronic osteomyelitis. Levels of inflammatory biomarkers (CRP, ESR) will be collected from the charts from the first time of diagnosis. Because wound healing, biomarker...

Arthroscopic Shoulder Surgery With Administration of Intravenous Tranexamic Acid

Purpose: The study aimed to determine whether intravenous administration of tanexamic acid (TXA) before shoulder arthroscopic rotator cuff repair surgery can improve arthroscopy visual clarity. Methods: This is a prospective, double-blinded, randomized and placebo-controlled study. From May 2016 to April 2018, patients requiring arthroscopic rotator cuff repair were enrolled and randomly assigned to either the TXA group that received 1000mg tranexamic acid intravenously 10 minu...

Written vs Electronic Safety Planning Study

Safety planning is a brief, ED-feasible intervention which has been demonstrated to save lives and has been universally recommended by every recent expert consensus panel on suicide prevention strategies. In one popular version of the safety plan developed by Stanley et al, the patient is encouraged to write out the following items: identifying personal signs of a crisis; helpful internal coping strategies; social contacts or settings which may distract from a crisis; using fam...

Who is "Great Single Ventricle": the Multicenter Cross-sectional Study

The congenital heart disease (CHD) is the firts cause of congenital birth defects. Medical and surgical advances completely changed the epidemiology of CHD. Among these CHD, the univentricular heart, or single ventricle (SV), is a disease whose medical-surgical progress has completely changed the epidemiology. The SV at birth receives systemic and pulmonary venous returns in the single functional cavity and provides systemic and pulmonary flow. The SV undergoes a severe volume...

CAVA: Dizziness Trial

Clinical investigation of a medical device (CAVA) for recording eye movements. Patients suffering from diagnosed dizziness conditions will wear the device for 23 hours a day, for 30 days. The device will capture normal eye movement data as well as data corresponding to any dizzy events experienced. At the end of the trial, the data will be downloaded and a scientist will perform a blinded analysis of the data. Specifically, they will attempt to identify the dates on which dizzi...

Mindfulness-based Therapy Versus Relaxation in Prevention of Burnout in Medical Students

A recent survey exploring mental health in a large cohort of French medical students and young graduates (N = 21.768), observed that 68.2% of participants showed pathologic anxiety. A high level of depressive symptomatology was found in 27.7% of participants, while suicidal ideation was reported by 23.7%. Mindfulness Based Interventions are beneficial for health with a positive impact on mood, anxiety, and well-being. It thus can be hypothesized that such interventions could he...


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