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16:27 EDT 19th September 2018 | BioPortfolio

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Clinical Trial to Investigate Treatment With Photodynamic Therapy to Reduce Levels of Bacteria in Leg Ulcers

Some leg ulcers do not seem to respond that well to the standard treatments that we currently use. One reason for this may be that there are high levels of bacteria in the ulcer which may be slowing down the rate of healing. Because we need to be careful about when we use antibiotics, this study will look at another way of killing bacteria in the ulcer. This new method involves putting a special gel on the ulcer and then shining a particular type of light (visible red light) on...


Autonomic Neuropathy, GI Motility, and Inflammation in HIV

The purpose of this study is to explore a possible link between the autonomic nervous system and immune function in patients with HIV. Sometimes HIV can cause these nerves to function abnormally, this is called HIV-associated autonomic neuropathy (HIV-AN). HIV-AN is a condition that is different from person to person. In some people it causes no symptoms and is not harmful, in others it may cause symptoms such as dizziness or lightheadedness, nausea, vomiting, diarrhea, constip...

Incidence of Antibiotic Resistant E.Coli in Patients Undergoing Repeat Prostate Biopsy

The purpose of this study is to discover how often certain bacteria are found in the rectum at the time of a prostate needle biopsy to diagnose prostate cancer. Certain bacteria are of importance because they can cause serious infection. Antibiotics that urologists commonly use to prevent these bacteria from causing infection are no longer effective. Many physicians around the world are noting increased infections with antibiotic resistant bacteria. Therefore; despite treating ...


Dueodenoscope Disinfect Study

This study is investigating the most effective way to sterilize duodenoscopes ("scopes") used at Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center (BIDMC). Right now, BIDMC uses the standard method of high level disinfection to sterilize scopes. Because infections have been passed by scopes at other institutions in the U.S., the investigators are exploring whether or not adding two different sterilization processes will reduce this risk of contamination. Bacteria may be passed from a patie...

Can Addition of Doxycycline Perioperatively Reduce Propionibacterium Acnes in Shoulder Arthroplasty?

The purpose of this study is to investigate antibiotic treatment to target bacteria about the shoulder. This bacteria, Propionibacterium acnes, is detected in many revision shoulder surgeries and is thought to contribute to periprosthetic joint infections, pain, and failure of total shoulder arthroplasty as well as other shoulder surgeries. This study is investigating adding an FDA approved antibiotic that is commonly used for treatment of this bacteria and many common infectio...

Choosing the Best Antibiotic to Protect Friendly Gut Bacteria During the Course of Stem Cell Transplant

The purpose of this study is to see how different antibiotics affect the community of friendly bacteria existing in the intestinal tract (gut). Under normal circumstances, these friendly bacteria are not harmful and they help with normal bodily functions such as digestion. When these bacteria are absent, several complications may occur, such as infections with harmful bacteria or other inflammatory reactions, that can complicate the stem cell transplant course. Treatment with a...

STUDY OF MOTOR SLOWING IN PARKINSON'S DISEASE BY A COMPUTERIZED MENTAL CHRONOMETRY PARADIGM

Action slowing has been demonstrated in many diseases. Parkinson's disease (PD) and Huntington's disease (HD) are two neurodegenerative diseases affecting the basal ganglia, particularly the medial globus pallidus, and the clinical expression of these two diseases is characterized by a combination of motor and cognitive disorders, but with two opposing patterns of dysfunction. Action slowing has been demonstrated in both of these diseases and has been extensively studied in Par...

Daptomycin or Vancomycin in Treating Bacteria in the Blood in Patients With Neutropenia Caused By Chemotherapy

RATIONALE: Antibiotics, such as daptomycin and vancomycin, may be effective in treating bacteria in the blood. It is not yet known whether daptomycin is more effective than vancomycin in treating bacteria in the blood in patients with neutropenia caused by chemotherapy. PURPOSE: This randomized clinical trial is studying daptomycin to see how well it works compared with vancomycin in treating bacteria in the blood in patients with neutropenia caused by chemotherapy.

Microbial Community Composition and Metabolism in Cystic Fibrosis

Scientist have begun to realize that many types of bacteria often live together as a complex community, and the investigators wish to apply that idea to the bacteria in the respiratory system of people with Cystic Fibrosis (CF). It is possible that the survival of the many millions of bacteria in the CF lung depends on the production of special chemicals that might be made only by very few types of bacteria. If that is true, medicines that interfere with those chemicals could t...

Feasibility Studies to Inform Novel Proposals to Avert Community-Based Antimicrobial Resistance Spread

There are many bacteria that naturally live in our gut and are essential for good health. These bacteria have a variety of helpful functions, such as aiding digestion, synthesizing vitamins, repressing the growth of harmful bacteria and defending against some diseases. The desirable bacteria that live in the gut are collectively known as 'gut flora', or more appropriately, as 'gut microbiota'. The less desirable resistant bacteria, however, can also be carried in a person's gu...

Molecular Epidemiology of Leprosy - Philippines

The purpose of the study is to see if new methods can be used to determine why Multidrug Therapy (MDT), used to cure leprosy patients effectively for twenty years, is not as effective against Leprosy in the Philippines. Researchers do not know how people get infected with leprosy or what causes the disease to relapse after cure with adequate MDT. Blood, skin scrapings, nasal swabs and biopsies, will be collected from leprosy patients to perform tests related to the detection of...

Prospective Randomized Comparison of Zymar(Gatifloxacin) and Vigamox (Moxifloxacin) in Killing Conjunctival Bacterial Flora Following a One-Hour Application

Topical ophthalmic antibiotics are common prescribed just prior to eye surgery to lower the risk of infection. Previous studies have suggested that antibiotics containing a preservative (Zymar) kill bacteria much quicker than those without a preservative (Vigamox). The purpose of this research is to compare how quickly to the two commonly prescribed antibiotics eliminate bacteria from the eye surface.

Existence in the Human Digestive Flora of Phages Able to Prevent the Acquisition of Multiresistant Enterobacteria

This research focuses on antibiotic resistant bacteria that may reside in the digestive tract (intestinal flora) of everyone. When we develop an infection, the bacteria in question is, often, already present in our flora. Face to the growing phenomenon of multi-resistance, which is a public health problem, it is essential to follow the frequency of these bacteria but also to find new strategies and effective means to fight against their spread. It has been discovered lo...

Motor Slowing and Its Lesion-related Correlates in Alzheimer's Disease

In AD (Alzheimer disease), the anatomic correlates of attention disorders (as evaluated by motor slowing) have not been thoroughly characterized.

Use of Probiotic Bacteria in Prevention of Allergic Disease in Children 1999-2008

The aim of the study is to find out if allergic diseases can be prevented buy giving probiotic bacteria to pregnant mothers and their newborn infants

Examination of the Link Between Sun Exposure Routine and Bacteria Population of the Skin

These days many studies are conducted testing the symbiosis between the bacteria population to the human body's functioning. The research of the connection between the skin condition and the bacteria population is in its early stages. There is a characterization of different bacteria for different body areas depending on their composition, humidity etc. In addition, there are preliminary findings of biological receptors that react to the contact with bacteria on the surface of ...

Study of Antimicrobial Activity of Omiganan 1% Gel vs. Chlorhexidine 2% for Topical Skin Antisepsis in Healthy Adult Subjects

The purpose of this research study is to determine if omiganan 1% gel (the investigational medication in this research study) is effective and safe when compared to chlorhexidine 2% (an FDA approved medication) for killing bacteria (germs) that live on the surface of the skin. Both of the study medications are applied topically (on the surface of the skin).

Laser Assisted Treatment of Chronic Sinusitis With and Without Light Activated Agents

Chronic rhinosinusitis (CRS) is common disorder which affects up to 13% of the US population. CRS affects numerous Quality of Life (QOL) factors including smell, sleep and communication. The common treatment for medically noncompliant CRS is Functional Endoscopic Sinus Surgery (FESS). As the disease course is generally idle, prolonged medical treatment guidelines are for antibiotic treatment, prescribed accordingly following appropriately obtained nasal cultures, lasting...

Effects of MAC Preventive Therapy on Disease-Causing Bacteria in HIV-Infected Patients: A Substudy of CPCRA 048

Some people who have taken azithromycin to prevent MAC (Mycobacterium avium Complex, a bacterial infection common in HIV-infected persons) have been found to carry antibiotic-resistant bacteria (germs that grow despite the presence of drugs used to kill them). The purpose of this study is to see if people who take azithromycin carry more antibiotic-resistant bacteria than people who have chosen to delay MAC preventive therapy. When bacteria like Streptococcus (a type of bacte...

Effects of Allergic Rhinitis on the Nasal/Sinus Microbiome

The purpose of this study is to find out if the bacteria present in the nose or sinuses of people with seasonal allergies changes during their allergy season. Another purpose of this study is to see if the bacteria present in the nose and sinuses of non-allergic people are the same as allergic people before the allergy season and if it changes during the season. Many bacteria are difficult to grow in the laboratory so the investigators are using analysis of DNA (the genetic ma...

Reduction of Bacteria in MRSA Positive Ulcers

The purpose of this study is to determine if gaseous nitric oxide is effective in the treatement of bacteria in MRSA positive ulcers

Antipsychotic Response in Schizophrenia

Motor slowing is a hallmark, clinical sign in mental illness. Slowness can be related to a specific disease process, as in negative schizophrenia or depression or it can be the result of medications used to treat forms of mental illness. Prior research has lead to a novel instrumental approach for distinguishing subtypes of motor slowing - one type related to cognitive processes and another related to parkinsonism. The purpose of this study is to test whether new medications...

The Clinical Impact of Isolation of Two Different Bacteria in Urinary Cultures

The purpose of this study is to determine whether identification of two different bacteria in urine culture of patients with indwelling catheter has a clinical impact - change in antibiotic, duration of antibiotic, days to clinical resolution and length of stay in hospital. The microbiology laboratory will randomized urine cultures with two bacteria from indwelling catheter to either reporting identity and susceptibility of the bacteria or reporting "mixed growth".

Defining the Immune Response to Nasopharyngeal Colonisation by the Commensal Neisseria Lactamica

Neisseria meningitidis is a 'bad bacteria' which lives harmlessly in the nose and throat of many young adults (a process called colonisation). However, it can occasionally cause serious disease including meningitis. Vaccines have proven effective in preventing disease associated with a number of strains of this bacterium, however some disease-causing strains are not covered by currently available vaccines. Our research is focused on exploring new approaches to preventing coloni...

Faecal Calprotectin as a Potential Non-invasive Inflammatory Marker in Pregnancy and Inflammatory Bowel Disease

When women with rheumatoid arthritis become pregnant 75% of them will go into remission, despite stopping medication. This phenomenon is not well understood and is not seen in other inflammatory conditions. Once they give birth they often relapse. Bacteria in the stool and inside the gut have the ability to effect the immune system and some beneficial bacteria are known to down regulate inflammatory components of the immune system. Gut bacteria are also known to alter significa...


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