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Feasibility Study Of A Telephonic Questionnaire For Follow-Up Of Locally Advanced Cervical Cancer Patients

Cross-sectional Feasibility study on all consecutive patients of locally advanced cancer of the cervix or vault treated entirely at Tata Memorial Centre with curative intent radiation or chemoradiation.

Effect of Patient Information Leaflet on Working Pattern and Patient Satisfaction Level for Day Care Surgeries.

This study aims to understand the benefits of imparting pre operative instructions through written leaflets. The influence on the number of avoidable postponements and delay is also studied.The study is restricted to patients undergoing Head & Neck procedures under General Anaesthesia, at the minor OT complex at Tata Memorial Hospital

The Effects of Ambulatory Treatment at the Dead Sea on Osteoarthritis of the Knees

This study will check the efficacy of balneological therapy of bathing in Dead Sea fountain waters over a 6 week period on a twice a week basis (overall 12 treatments) in patients suffering from osteoarthritis of the knees.

Workplace Tobacco Cessation And Oral Cancer Screening Study

Tata Memorial Hospital has initiated Workplace Tobacco Cessation and Oral Cancer Screening Programme in Chemical Industry at Khed, Ratnagiri. Appropriate interventions for tobacco cessation will be carried at monthly intervals for twelve months duration. The tobacco cessation rates based on history will be validated with the urinary cotinine levels.

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A Pilot RCT on the Management of Term Prelabour Rupture of Membranes

This is a pilot study that will eventually result in a main randomised controlled trial that will look at what management is associated with a higher rate of normal birth and a lower rate of chorioamnionitis (maternal infection) when women break their waters but labour does not start. Spontaneous rupture of the membranes (when the waters break) at term (37-42 weeks gestation) is a physiological event that happens during labour. However, according to Gunn et al. (1970) in 8-10 %...

Evaluation of the Effectiveness of Spa Treatment in Swieradow Zdroj With Special Regard to the Action of Radon Waters

Observation conducted during the 21 days of treatment in the health resort of Swieradow-Zdroj. In a treatment of applied therapy: radon therapeutic baths and inhalations, kinesiotherapy. Study group with degenerative joints and disc disease participating in therapy. The control group was selected by the spa workers, also suffering from a degenerative disease of the movement organs not using the spa's treatment base. In both of these groups, appropriate pre- and post-treatment s...

Feasibility and Acceptability of a Yoga Intervention in Gynecologic Cancer

This study will test the feasibility and acceptability of a yoga program for women with gynecologic malignancies such as ovarian, endometrial, or cervical cancer. This study will pilot an integrative yoga intervention that combines Western psychotherapeutic approaches with classic yogic philosophy to reduce emotional distress among women undergoing treatment for gynecologic cancer and provide a comprehensive approach to stress management across the cancer care continuum.

Acute Glycemic and Insulinemic Response of FOSSENCE™

Short chain fructooligosaccharide (FOS) is known as a prebiotic fiber/nutrient and has been documented to demonstrate different health benefits including glucose control, gut health, mineral absorption, weight and immunity. FossenceTM is a short chain fructo-oligosaccharide (scFOS), sweet tasting, soluble prebiotic dietary fibre which is produced through Tata Chemicals Limited's patented process and is currently US GRAS notified (safe for consumption). The formulation and prop...

Using the Transconjuctival Approach Alone Versus Using it Together With Lateral Canthotomy in Orbital Fractures

All cases will undergo surgery under general anesthesia. Evaluation of patients with suspected orbital fracture should involve radiologic examination, motility test, diplopia field test and exophthalmometry. Plain X-ray films, although rarely used, with the Caldwell and Waters view may be done as a screening evaluation for possible fractures and foreign bodies. An orbital computed tomography, the gold standard in trauma, CT with contiguous thin axial and coronal sections should...

Infectivity of Norovirus in Groundwater-Human Challenge Study

Norwalk virus and related "Norwalk-like viruses" are the most common cause of outbreaks of stomach sickness (nausea, vomiting, diarrhea) in older children and adults in the United States. These viruses are sometimes found in drinking water, ice, shellfish and in other foods. They can be spread easily from contact with water, food, objects or hands that have even small amounts of feces from someone who was sick. The purpose of this research study is to see how long Norwalk vir...

High Dose Rate (HDR) Versus Low Dose Rate (LDR) Brachytherapy in Carcinoma Cervix

Radiation therapy still remains mainstay of treatment for patients with carcinoma cervix in advanced stages. Conventional treatment with radiation therapy includes a combination of external beam radiation therapy and intracavitary treatment. Low dose rate intracavitary brachytherapy treatment is the time-tested modality of brachytherapy with sound radiobiological bases. But high dose rate brachytherapy is a relatively new alternative. In low dose rate brachytherapy the staff r...

A Pilot Study Examining for the Presence of Fecal Coliforms and Tropical Diseases in Peru

Tropical diseases are continuously on the rise throughout the world as they are spreading and manifesting in various locations globally. The more prominent vector tends to be the mosquito after it bites a previously infected host. The viruses of Zika, Chikungunya, and Dengue are some of the tropical diseases that are affecting large populations and expanding rapidly. Developing countries are at the highest risk because of the lack of preventive methods that are customarily demo...

Pulsatile Perfusion Preservation in Kidney Transplantation From Expanded Criteria Donors

Our hypothesis is that the Waters Medical® pulsatile perfusion machine (RM 3) is a way to improve delayed graft function (DGF) in marginal grafts, and some perfusion profiles (flow, pressure, resistance index, venous effluent pH) are correlated with better recovery of renal function (without dialysis during the first week after transplant). Observation or Investigation Method Used : The study is multicenter, prospective, open, controlled and randomized:grafts are divided ...

Bioavailability Study of a Dolutegravir Dispersible Tablet and Effect of Different Types of Water on the Dispersible Tablet in Healthy Volunteers

Dolutegravir (DTG) is an HIV-1 integrase inhibitor approved in the United States, Canada, Australia and EU. A dispersible tablet has been developed for pediatric use as an alternative to the granule formulation, already in development, and the approved film-coated tablet. This is a single-center, randomized, open-label, 5-way crossover study in healthy adult subjects. The study will evaluate the relative bioavailability of five dosing regimens: 20 mg DTG pediatric granules (T...

A Retrospective Review of Gemcitabine, Methylprednisolone Cisplatin (GEM-P) With or Without Rituximab in Patients With Relapsed/Refractory Diffuse Large B Cell Lymphoma (DLBCL)

There has been considerable international /national interest in the GEM−P regimen for treatment of patients with relapsed/refractory lymphoma. Currently, there is no accepted standard therapy for these patients. Since the publication of our experience with this regimen (Study with CCR ethics number 1857 closed to recruitment in July 2003:Ng M, Waters J, Cunningham D et al, Br J Cancer 2005;92:1352−7), we have treated relapsed/refractory lymphoma patients with this regimen a...

Hypo-Fractionated Radiotherapy in Breast Cancer

This is a prospective interventional phase I/II study which will be done at Tata Medical Centre, Kolkata. Total 30 eligible female patients, ≥18 years of age, with locally advance invasive carcinoma of breast, not amenable to curative surgery of metastatic breast cancer, planned for palliative loco regional radiotherapy will be enrolled in the study amongst which patients with left sided breast cancer (at least 10) will be recruited to study the feasibility of voluntary breat...

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...

An RCT of a Synthetic Osmotic Cervical Dilator for Induction of Labour in Comparison to Dinoprostone Vaginal insErt

Induction of labour (where labour is started artificially) is traditionally carried out with a range of different drugs or by surgery (rupturing the membranes or 'waters'). Dilapan-S is a mechanical device, known as an osmotic cervical dilator, which provides an alternative to drugs or surgery. Thin rods of an absorbent material (no active drug present) are inserted into the neck of the womb (cervix) and, as they absorb fluid, they swell and mimic the natural process of 'ripeni...

Prophylaxis of Magnesium-rich Mineral Water to Prevent Hypomagnesemia Induced by an Anti-EGFR (OPTIMAG)

Anti-EGFR (Epidermal Growth Factor Receptor) therapies, namely cetuximab and panitumumab, have become standards in the management of metastatic colorectal and head and neck cancers. These therapies are used in daily practice, that requiring to manage their skin and digestive toxicities. However, anti-EGFR are also frequently responsible for hypomagnesemia often neglected and under-treated. Hypomagnesemia may manifest as asthenia, cramps, muscle weakness, mood disorders. She is...

Postmastectomy Pain Syndrome in an Indian Cancer Hospital

Breast cancer is the most common cancer in women in India and accounts for 27% of all cancers in women. Incidence rises in early thirties, peaks at 50-64 years. Approximately 48% are below 50 years of age. Most present when symptoms develop, so are 2B and beyond. Treatment depends on the stage of the disease. Surgical removal of the tumour is part of the treatment attempting a cure. Simple mastectomy involves removal of breast tissue without axillary lymph node dissection ...

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Enhancing Mental Health Care by Scientifically Matching Patients to Providers' Strengths

Research has shown that mental health care (MHC) providers differ significantly in their ability to help patients. In addition, providers demonstrate different patterns of effectiveness across symptom and functioning domains. For example, some providers are reliably effective in treating numerous patients and problem domains, others are reliably effective in some domains (e.g., depression, substance abuse) yet appear to struggle in others (e.g., anxiety, social functioning), an...

Randomized Controlled Trial Evaluating the Role of Exercise in Women Undergoing Treatment for Breast Cancer

TITLE: Randomized Controlled Evaluating the Role of Exercise in Women Undergoing Treatment for Breast Cancer Yoga and Quality of life: Yoga is based on the practice of physical postures, breathing techniques and meditation. Philosophically, it aims at increasing the body's ability to master the mind with the goal of spiritual awareness and connection. A randomized trial of yoga in women with breast cancer undergoing radiation therapy demonstrated an improvement in impa...

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