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D-cycloserine: A Novel Treatment for Gulf War Illness (GWDCS)

The purpose of this study is to investigate the efficacy of d-cycloserine (DCS) treatment for Gulf War Illness (GWI). Gulf War veterans with Gulf War Illness experience numerous chronic health symptoms, including cognition and fatigue, which reduces their quality of life. Gulf War veterans are in urgent need of novel treatment plans to tackle elusive symptomatology of Gulf War Illness. By using the literature of previous studies, the investigators have chosen to investigate d-c...

Antibiotic Treatment of Gulf War Veterans' Illnesses

In 1990 and 1991, the U.S. deployed approximately 700,000 troops to the Persian Gulf to liberate Kuwait from Iraqi occupation. While there were few casualties associated with the Gulf War, many individuals returned from this conflict with unexplained symptoms and illnesses. This constellation of symptoms has been termed Gulf War Veterans' Illnesses (GWI). Although several explanations have been offered as to the cause of GWI, none of the putative etiologic agents or conditions ...

Follow-up of Psychological and Neurocognitive Gulf War Outcome: Relation to Stress

This is the follow-up to an observational epidemiological study of psychological and neuropsychological outcomes of deployed and non-deployed Gulf War-era veterans.

Study of Gulf War Illness (GWI) by Comparing GWI and Healthy Veterans

Determine if: - genetic differences of CNDP1 gene - the previously defined GWI/Chronic Fatigue Syndrome (GWI/CFS) cerebrospinal fluid proteome contents - psychometric - other variables can differentiate between veterans of the 1990-1991 Persian Gulf War who have autonomic, neurological and other symptoms and those without these complaints.

Novel Interventions for Gulf War Veterans' Illnesses

The primary aim of this study is to examine the beneficial effects of two novel treatments for Gulf War Veteran's Illness (Tai Chi and Wellness intervention) and to establish the efficacy of these mind-body approaches to symptom reduction.

Cognitive Behavioral Therapy for Insomnia for Gulf War Illness

Sleep disturbance is a common complaint of Veterans with Gulf War Illness (GWI). Because there is clinical evidence that sleep quality influences pain, fatigue, mood, cognition, and daily functioning, this study will investigate whether a type of behavioral sleep treatment called Cognitive Behavioral Therapy for Insomnia (CBTi) can help Gulf War Veterans with GWI. CBTi is a multicomponent treatment where patients learn about sleep and factors affecting sleep as well as how to a...

Probiotic (Visbiome) for Gulf War Illness

The overall objective is to determine whether Visbiome will improve 1. intestinal symptoms of Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS) and 2. non-intestinal symptoms (fatigue, joint pain, insomnia, general stiffness and headache) associated with IBS. All of these symptoms are part of the Gulf War (GW) illness.

Identification of Gulf War Illness (GWI) Biomarkers

The scientists working on this study want to use blood samples to identify components in blood, such as protein, lipids and their breakdown products to determine if they can be used for diagnosing Gulf War Illness (GWI). An additional goal is to examine the relationship of changes in these markers with the exposures and symptoms associated with GWI. The Scientists will also prepare RNA and DNA from the blood samples for genetic analyses of certain proteins known to increase th...

Mitochondrial Cocktail for Gulf War Illness

The purpose of this study is to develop preliminary evidence, such as effect size and variance estimates, to guide successful conduct of a properly-powered clinical trial to assess the benefit of a mitochondrial cocktail plus individualized correction of citric acid cycle (CAC) intermediates and amino acid (AA) abnormalities as part of a mitochondrial/oxidative stress treatment approach in Gulf War Illness (GWI).

Effects of Botanical Microglia Modulators in Gulf War Illness

The overall objective of this protocol is to test if Gulf War Illness (GWI) involves chronic inflammation that cannot be measured with typical techniques. The investigators will be observing the effects of nine different botanical compounds (supplements) that are known to suppress inflammation. If one of those supplements helps the symptoms of GWI, it will give the investigators information about what is wrong in people with GWI.

Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis (ALS) Gulf War Study

Recently, concern has arisen regarding a possible elevated occurrence of ALS among veterans who served in the Persian Gulf during Operations Desert Shield (August 2, 1990 - January 15, 1991), Desert Storm (January 16, 1991 - February 28, 1991) and Clean-up (March 1, 1991 - July 31, 1991). This study involves an epidemiologic investigation into the occurrence of ALS among veterans of the Gulf War. This study will further define the epidemiology of this neurological disease among...

Hyporeactivity and Gulf War Illness

This research project is a follow-up to the prior VA-funded study that found that chronic fatigue reported by many Gulf War veterans may be a symptom of dysfunctional cardiovascular stress response regulation. Specifically, ill veterans had diminished autonomic responses during demanding psychosocial tasks involving high level cognitive processing and emotional stress. There was a close relationship between clinical status of ill veterans and their inability to mount an appropr...

Cognitive Rehabilitation for Gulf War Illness

There are almost 700,000 Gulf War Veterans (GWV) with 25-30% suffering from a devastating multi-symptom illness coined Gulf War Illness (GWI). GWV with GWI report significant activity limitations and chronic cognitive problems consistent with problem-solving deficits. Problem-solving is considered the most complex of cognitive abilities and is what enables us to conduct complicated behaviors such as setting goals, sequencing and multi-tasking. As a result studies have found tha...

CoQ10 in Gulf War Illness

The primary objective of this clinical trial is to determine if treatment with ubiquinol, a form of coenzyme Q10, improves the physical function of men and women Veterans suffering from Gulf War Illness (GWI). The primary outcome measure is a change from baseline on the Short Form Health Survey 36-item (SF-36), with respect to physical functioning and symptoms. Secondary outcome measures include changes from baseline levels on GWI-associated biomarkers in peripheral blood and G...

Treatment Study of Carnosine Versus Placebo in Gulf War Illness (GWI)

The purpose of this study is to perform a randomized double-blind, placebo-controlled, six month study of the effects of carnosine on cognitive, psychometric, autonomic, and muscle strength outcomes in 100 GWI subjects.

A Controlled Trial of Mifepristone in Gulf War Veterans With Chronic Multisymptom Illness

We propose to conduct placebo-controlled trial of the glucocorticoid receptor antagonist mifepristone in Gulf War veterans (GWV) with chronic multisymptom illness (CMI) to examine its effects on physical and mental health and cognitive functioning. In addition, we propose to examine whether HPA axis biomarkers or their response to mifepristone are useful predictors of clinical response.

Investigate Olfactory Functioning as a Possible Proxy for Neurotoxic Exposure in Cohorts of Deployed and Non-Deployed Gulf War-Era Veterans.

Significant subsets of military veterans have reported such health problems as headache, joint pain, fatigue, and memory/concentration difficulties subsequent to their participation in the Gulf War. However, the etiology remains controversial. A number of toxins have been implicated as etiologic factors for GW-related health problems; however, exposure levels have been difficult, if not impossible, to document retrospectively. These difficulties with exposure verification hav...

Sleep Disordered Breathing in Gulf War Syndrome Veterans and the Effect of Continuous Positive Airway Pressure (CPAP) Treatment

The purpose of this study is to determine any sleep disordered breathing in veterans with Gulf War Syndrome (GWS) and compare it to healthy normal asymptomatic Gulf War veterans. This study will also determine the effect of treatment with continuous positive airway pressure on veterans with Gulf War Syndrome. 1. The investigators hypothesize that sleep complaints (insomnia, un-refreshing sleep and daytime fatigue) among GWS patients are related to increased sleep fragme...

Development of a Polyphenol-rich Dietary Preparation for Treating Veterans With Gulf War Illness

Gulf War Illness (GWI) is a multi-symptom disorder that is characterized by complex traits such as fatigue, headaches, joint pain, insomnia, and memory problems. With no treatment for GWI currently available, there is an urgent need to develop novel interventions to alleviate major GWI clinical complications. Recent evidence highlights the potential value of flavonoids, a subclass of organic chemical called polyphenols abundantly found in some plants and common dietary preparat...

Evaluation of an On-Demand Humidifier on Neuromuscular Patients Requiring Mechanical Ventilation

Monocenter study to determine and evaluate the optimal amount of humidification doses delivered by the On-Demand humidification system in neuromuscular patients requiring home mechanical ventilation. The patient's perception will be monitored with subjective as well as with objective measurements of the optimum comfortable on-demand humidification doses.

Vagus Nerve Stimulation: Treatment for Gulf Veterans With Gulf War Illness

The researchers propose studying Gulf veterans with Gulf War Illness (GWI), characterized by a problem with widespread pain. Besides their pain, the researchers will also assess the effect of vagus nerve stimulation (VNS) in alleviating migraine headache, another complaint of Gulf veterans, which is common in the presence of widespread pain. Importantly, the researchers are partnering with a company that has made a hand-held device that allows for stimulation of the vagus nerve...

Predictors of Response to Insomnia Treatments for Gulf War Veterans

The purpose of this study is to evaluate the efficacy and effectiveness of sleep restriction (SR) and cognitive therapy (CT) in Gulf War Veterans with insomnia. The primary hypothesis is that the efficacy of these treatments will depend upon an individual subject's baseline characteristics. For SR we expect that baseline measures of "excessive time spent in bed" may predict response and for CT we expect that baseline measures of cognitive arousal and pain may predict response....

Chronic Urticaria - Long Term Assessment of Effects of Rupatadine

To compare CSU disease activity at the end of the follow up phase between patients that had been treated daily continuously vs. on-demand in the treatment phase

The Gulf Implantable Cardioverter-Defibrillator Registry

This is a prospective observational multi-center multi-national study of the characteristics and outcomes of patients receiving implantable cardioverter-defibrillators (ICD) in the Arab Gulf region. A total of 1,500 patients will be enrolled. Data on baseline clinical characteristics, ICD programming parameters, inpatient outcomes, and clinical events such as mortality and ICD discharges over 1 year of follow-up will be collected.

Compare the Medical Conditions of Gulf War Veterans to Non-Deployed Veterans

Primary Hypothesis: Gulf War veterans will have an equal prevalence or mean level of the following medical and psychological conditions frequently reported in the literature compared to a control group of nondeployed veterans: (1) chronic fatigue syndrome, (2) fibromyalgia, (3) post-traumatic stress disorder, (4) neurologic abnormalities, including peripheral neuropathy and cognitive dysfunction, and (5) general health status.

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