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To evaluate the clinical benefits in the patients receiving Viatorr CX over a period of 12 months of structured Follow-up (before TIPS, at TIPS, 1 week after TIPS, at 6 weeks, 4 months, 6 months, 9 months, 12 months), regarding clinical endpoints, such as HE, readmission, liver injury, cardiac function, response to TIPS and the passive expansion of the stents in real life.
This clinical trial is a retrospective single-centre study. Research data will be acquired via patient histories stored in the hospital data system. Data of patients who received a Transjugular Intrahepatic Portosystemic Shunt (TIPS) at the University Hospital Graz between 1.1.2004 and 31.12.2017 will be included into the study. The aim is to investigate the outcome (transplantation free survival, time to (re)occurrence of ascites, occurrence of hepatic encephalopathy) of patie...
TIPS has been used for 20 years, as a means of reducing portal pressure in patients with cirrhosis and portal hypertension related complications. TIPS proved more effective than alternative treatments in controlling or preventing variceal bleeding and refractory ascites. The main drawback of the TIPS procedure is progressive overt hepatic encephalopathy (OHE). Three risk factors for post-TIPS OHE have been identified: age over 65 years, history of previous episodes of OHE, and ...
This pilot study will evaluate a computer-based intervention titled "Trauma-informed Personalized Scripts" (TIPS). The goal of this intervention is to improve patient-provider communication about sensitive topics such as intimate partner violence (IPV) and reproductive coercion (RC). The main aim of this study is to pilot test TIPS in family planning clinics using a randomized study design to compare the basic version of TIPS (a computer-based assessment with provider scripts o...
ALTA is a multicenter consortium focused on the management of portal hypertension. ALTA TIPS is a longitudinal observational study of patients who are undergoing transjugular intrahepatic portosystemic shunt (TIPS) placement. ALTA will create a database that will provide clinical parameters and outcomes of patients undergoing TIPS as part of their standard of care in hopes of answering key clinical questions.
The aim of our prospective multicenter study was to investigate the prognostic value of the acute and long-term changes of liver stiffness in patients receiving a transjugular intrahepatic portosystemic shunt (TIPS).
Phase of Investigation: First-in-human feasibility study Objectives: Primary objective: Demonstration that TIPS microspheres do not compromise the clinical condition or safety of the patient. Secondary objective: To demonstrate that TIPS microspheres facilitate natural healing in the context of perianal fistula. Type of Investigation: First-in-human single site, open label, feasibility study to assess the safety of TIPS microspheres in perianal fistulas and indicative ...
The investigators conducted a randomized controlled trial to describe if multidisciplinary and patient-centered transitional care interventions for patients with cirrhosis post-TIPS can improve compliance behavior and reduce complications post-TIPS after discharge.
To date, there is no treatment strategies for these patients according to American Association of the Study of Liver Disease (AASLD) practice guidelines and Baveno V consensus. Thus, we aim to compare the safety and efficacy of TIPS and conservative treatment (non-selective beta blockers, endoscopic therapy and/or anticoagulation) in patients with PVT and CPTV.
Acute esophageal variceal bleeding (AEVB) is a serious complication of cirrhosis, with high morbidity and mortality. The latest European recommendations(1) recommend the early implementation, within 72 hours following esophageal variceal bleeding, of a transhepatic porto-systemic shunt set up by transjugular route (TIPS) called "early TIPS" in patients at high risk of recurrence, i.e. Child C
The main end point of the study is to assess survival in cirrhotic patients with refractory ascites treated by TIPS (using PTFE covered stents) vs patients treated by paracentesis + albumin infusion.
Variceal hemorrhage (VH) from gastric varices (GVs) results in significant morbidity and mortality among patients with liver cirrhosis. In cases of acute bleeding, refractory bleeding, or high risk GVs, the transjugular intrahepatic portosystemic shunt (TIPS) creation and transvenous variceal obliteration procedures have used to treat GVs. While these techniques are effective, each is associated with limitations, including non-trivial rebleeding and hepatic encephalopathy rates...
The main purpose of the study is to investigate the importance of patients' beliefs regarding staying active despite low back pain, among patients referred from general practice to secondary care treatment in Denmark. It is hypothesised that patients believing that staying active will help them recover will have higher odds of a 30%-improvement in The Roland Morris Disability score after 52 weeks compared to patients disagreeing that staying active will lead to better recovery.
Rationale: Hepatic encephalopathy (HE) is a major and common complication in patients with liver cirrhosis. HE can be classified in the extensive range of neurocognitive deterioration as minimal HE (MHE), covert HE (grade I), or overt HE (OHE, grade II-IV). Liver cirrhosis is the most common cause of portal hypertension (PH). Patients who develop complications of PH, like variceal bleeding or refractory ascites, can benefit from a Transjugular Intrahepatic Portosystemic Shunt (...
This multicenter RCT is designed to investigate if TIPS with covered stents improves transplant-free survival for cirrhotic patients with early stage of refractory ascites compared to LVP+albumin during 1 year follow-up period.
The PROGRESS is an investigator-initiated, multicentre, randomized, trial comparing anticoagulation, which is the currently most frequently used treatment, alone, versus transjugular intrahepatic portosystemic shunt (TIPS) combined with anticoagulation, in patients presenting with ROPVT. The rationale of this study is to significantly increase the proportion of patients that achieve a complete or partial recanalization of the portal vein. The intervention of this study consists...
The transjugular intrahepatic portosystemic shunt (TIPS) is a well-established procedure for the treatment of portal hypertensive bleeding, refractory ascites and vascular diseases of the liver. The major drawbacks of this procedure are shunt dysfunction and portosystemic encephalopathy (PSE). The availability of self-expandable polytetrafluoroethylene-covered stentgrafts (PTFE-SGs) has dramatically improved the long-term patency of TIPS. However, the incidence of PSE remains a...
The aim of the study is to assess the marginal fit following preparation finishing with ultrasonic tips of porcelain veneers compared to the ordinary preparation using burs only. Two-hundred and forty crowns prepared to receive porcelain veneers (in a split-mouth design). On one side of the mouth, the prepared surfaces will be finished with ultrasonic tips. Marginal fit is measured by a 'cement replica technique'.
Gastric varices (GV) are present in around 20% of patients with cirrhosis. Bleeding from GV accounts for 10-20% of all variceal bleeding. For the prevention of gastric variceal bleeding, TIPS or BRTO as firstline treatments were suggested. No randomized trials have compared BRTO with other therapies. BRTO and its variations might increase portal pressure and might worsen complications, such as ascites or bleeding from EV. In this regard, if NSBB is combined with BRTO and its v...
The purpose of the present study was to compare the effect of dexmedetomidine which is administered during emergence in adult patients undergoing elective thyroidectomy on smooth emergence form general anesthesia (reducing agitation or coughing, signs of hypertension or tachycardia, or etc.) and postoperative outcome (postoperative bleeding and hospital staying).
All patients eligible for TIPS (Transjugular intrahepatic portosystemic shunt) procedure will be considered for inclusion. After written inform consent, psychometric tests in order to calculate the psychometric hepatic encephalopathy (PHES) score, the gold standard for the diagnosis of minimal encephalopathy and critical flicker frequency (CFF) will be performed before the TIPS procedure. After TIPS, patients will be followed during one year and the psychometric test and CFF wi...
During a TIPS procedure, a shunt or stent (mesh tube) is passed down the jugular vein (the vein above the collarbone in the neck) using fluoroscopy (real time x-rays) guidance. Then, a stent is inserted between the portal vein (vein that carries blood from the intestines into the liver) to a hepatic vein (vein that carries blood away from the liver back to the heart). This means that blood that would usually gets filtered through the liver is now bypassing the liver and going d...
This is a randomized controlled trial whose purpose is to evaluate the efficacy of therapy with lactulose and rifaximin associated with a vegetable diet in the prevention of post-TIPS hepatic encephalopathy.
The primary objective of the study is to demonstrate the superiority of an "early tips" strategy over standard treatment by glue obliteration (G0) in preventing bleeding recurrence or death at one year after a non GOV1 gastric variceal bleeding in cirrhotic patients initially treated by GO.
This trial will consist of two parts: the first part will enroll subjects with cystic fibrosis (CF) of any mutation into a single ascending dose (SAD) treatment group. The second part will enroll adult subjects with CF of any mutation into a multiple ascending dose (MAD) treatment group. At least 36 subjects will be enrolled. The SAD treatment group is comprised of at least 3 cohorts where subjects will be randomized to either PTI-428 or placebo while being housed at or close ...