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Bacterial Contamination of Anaesthetists' Hands by Personal Mobile Phones Used in the Operating Theatre

The use of mobile phones in the operating room (OR) has become widespread, because of the lack of reports on serious problems. Since mobile phones are used in close body contact and since, as for most non-medical electronic equipment, there are no cleaning guidelines that meet hospital standards, the hygiene risk involved in using mobile phones in the OR has not yet been determined.

Impact of Mobile App on Purpose and Well-Being Among College Students

This study will examine the impact of a mobile app (JOOL) focused on promoting purposeful living on student health behaviors, academic performance, self-regulation, well-being, resiliency, and self-efficacy.

HRME: Screening for Cervical Cancer and Its Precursors in Low‐Resource Settings

A new mobile diagnostic and treatment unit is being developed by BCH to address the loss-to follow-up associated with the mobile screening program and demonstrate POC diagnosis by HRME. The mobile diagnostic and treatment unit will be equipped with the tools and infrastructure necessary to perform HRME, VIA, colposcopy, biopsy and treatment with cryotherapy. A team of a colposcopist, nurse, nursing assistant, and driver will staff the mobile diagnostic and treatment unit. The u...

Assessing the Use of Mobile Technology in Adult Asthma Patients

The purpose of the study is to determine the feasibility and acceptability of at-home use of the Cohero mHealth (mobile health) technology, which consists of a Bluetooth Low Energy connected medication-use sensor (HerotrackerTM) that monitors at-home medication use, mobile application (BreatheSmart) that sends real-time reminders, and mobile spirometer (mSpirometer) that measures lung function, through a virtual observational study format in order to improve patient engagement ...

Effectiveness of a Mobile Texting Intervention for People With Serious Mental Illness

Testing an mHealth mobile interventionist texting program on illness management.

Mobile - Bearing Knee Study

To evaluate the safety and efficacy of the Encore Mobile-Bearing Knee. The clinical results of the Mobile-Bearing Knee will be compared to the clinical results of the Foundation Total Knee

Mobile Application and Pregnant Patient Knowledge

Randomized controlled trial to investigate the impact of a pregnancy-specific mobile phone application on the knowledge of specific pregnancy topics and guidelines.

Mobile Health Application for Family and Behavioral Health Provider Communication

The purpose of this study is to examine feasibility, tolerability, utilization, and effectiveness of using the SupportTeam mobile application in the context of Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) for veterans with PTSD.

Development of Postnatal Mobile Support Application

A mobile support application will be developed that will support mothers in the postpartum period and will be tested the effects of application on anxiety and depression symptoms.The study will consist of two phases. The first phase of the action research (participant design method) method will be done to provide postpartum mobile support application. In the second stage, postpartum mobile support application will be evaluated for the anxiety and depression symptoms of the moth...

Fixed Bearing Versus Mobile Bearing Patient Satisfaction and Clinical Outcome Study

The purpose of this study is to determine if there is a patient satisfaction preference of Fixed Bearing versus Mobile Bearing Unicompartmental Knee Arthroplasty (UKA) in patients who are at a minimum two years post operative. Patient reported outcomes and expectations will be analyzed along with all retrospective chart data in patient with a Fixed Bearing or a Mobile Bearing UKA in one or both knees.

Mobile App for Mood in Pregnancy (Ginger iO)

The Mobile Mood Tracking App study is a small randomized trial of acceptability and usability of a mobile phone mood tracking application (mobile app) among women with depressed mood in pregnancy. The study will be assessing the perceived value and usability of this tool in pregnancy over eight weeks to test whether women using this app are more likely to receive assessments and treatments of depressed mood than women not using it.

RCT of Mobile Apps & FitBit v. Usual Care

This is a randomized clinical trial to evaluate the use of mobile devices in preventing readmission in geriatric patients undergoing major GI cancer operations.

mHealth and HIV Self-testing

The investigators will pilot test an intervention to use a mobile application ("app") to improve HIV self-testing (HST) with high-risk men in China. Sixty participants will be randomly assigned to an intervention group - which involves access to a mobile app-based HIV testing health promotion and risk reduction program - versus control. Participants will be evaluated at baseline and at 6-month follow up with respect to HST and changes in sexual risk behaviors.

LYNX: A Novel Mobile App to Support Linkage to HIV/STI Testing and Pre-exposure Prophylaxis (PrEP) for Young Men Who Have Sex With Men

This study is testing the acceptability and feasibility of a highly interactive mobile application (app) to promote accurate risk perception and increase HIV and sexually transmitted infection (STI) testing and linkage to care among young men who have sex with men (YMSM).

Using Telemonitoring to Optimize the Mobility of Cancer Survivors With Skeletal Metastases After Surgery to Preserve Limb Function

The goal of this study is to learn about performing follow-up care using mobile devices (smartphones or tablet computers) after surgery.

The Mobile Monitoring of Vital Signs in Opioid Users

Opioid dependence and its associated harms are becoming increasingly prevalent in North America, with overdose now being the second leading cause of accidental death in the US. This pilot study will investigate the feasibility of a novel mobile device to monitor vital signs in both opioid-injecting individuals and hospital inpatients who are on high-dose oral opioids. A secondary goal is to explore associations between consumption and changes in vital signs post-injection with ...

Mobile-Thrive - A Family Self-Management Approach to Failure to Thrive

Failure to Thrive negatively affects growth, cognition, behavior, and quality of life (QoL), which can be devastating and enduring. These outcomes are high-cost and lead to increased family stress and negatively affect the caregiver-child relationship. Therefore, families need increased access to materials that will help them understand their child's health and help them use new feeding behaviors to improve the child's nutrition and growth. Standard care with the addition of Mo...

Mobile Phone-Based Motivational Interviewing in Kenya

The primary objective of this study was to test whether motivational interviewing (MI) provided over the mobile phone would reduce alcohol use among adults, including people living with HIV/AIDS, visiting primary care in Kenya. Heavy alcohol users voluntarily consented to being randomized to one of three study arms: standard in-person MI, mobile MI, or waitlist control receiving no intervention for 1 month followed by mobile MI. Alcohol use problems were assessed using validate...

Evaluation of a Mobile Phone App for Veterans With PTSD

The purpose of this study is to evaluate a mobile phone app designed to help Veterans with PTSD. Participants in this study will be randomized to receive one of 2 possible mobile phone apps. The term "randomized" means that which app a participant receives will not be based on any characteristic or behavior of the participant, but will be determined solely by chance like a flip of a coin.

EMEPIC : Value of a Mobile Team of Cardiologist Using Echocardiography for Managing Patients With Acute Heart Failure

The aim of the study is to compare clinical management of patients with acute decompensation of heart failure, hospitalized in non cardiological ward, with the use of a mobile team including a cardiologist with portable echocardiography and standard care. The hypothesis is that a mobile team will lead to shorter hospitalization.

Comparison Between Fixed- Versus Mobile-bearing TKA

The purpose of the study is to analyse the clinical and radiological results of a postero-stabilized TKA by using a mobile bearing versus fixed. Only patients with medial femorotibial arthritis will be included. The consequences on the patellofemoral joint will be thoroughly analysed on skyline view.

Comparison of Nonposterior- and Posterior-Stabilized Mobile-Bearing Total Knee Arthroplasty

The purpose of this study is to determine if there are any clinical or radiographic differences in non-posterior stabilized rotating mobile bearing design versus a posterior stabilized rotating mobile bearing designs.

Mobile Health Strategies for Veterans

The purpose of this study is to determine whether text messages/messaging (TM) or a mobile application (app), compared with an educational website-control provided to all Veterans, can improve adherence to antiplatelet therapy among patients following acute coronary syndrome or percutaneous coronary intervention (ACS/PCI).

Mobile Health Intervention for Active Tuberculosis

The purpose of this study is to evaluate and further refine a mobile support tool for patients receiving treatment for active tuberculosis. Half of participants will receive support and monitoring using a mobile phone software application and usual care, while the other half will receive usual care.

Effects of a Supportive Mobile Application for Life Style Modification on Blood Pressure and Insulin Resistance Improvement in People With Metabolic Syndrome

The purpose of this randomized study is to assess the efficacy of a mobile application for the improvement of blood pressure and insulin resistance in people with metabolic syndrome.

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