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Miller vs Macintosh Size 0 Blades for Tracheal Intubation of Infants

Miller blades are commonly used in pediatric anesthesia; however, there is less evidence-based information on the superiority of Miller blades in the visualization of the laryngeal inlet to Macintosh blades. The aim of the present study is to compare the glottic views with the size 0 Macintosh and Miller laryngoscope blades above and below the epiglottis.

Miller Straight Blade vs Macintosh Blade

The purpose of this prospective open labeled randomized study was to compare the "laryngoscopic glottis view" as well as "ease of intubation" between the two blades in routine intubations in non-difficult airways.

Evaluating an eHealth Breastfeeding Resource

This trial will evaluate an eHealth breastfeeding co-parenting resource designed for mothers and their co-parents. Couples will be randomized to study groups and the intervention group will receive information about this resource or the control group will receive usual care. The primary outcomes will be exclusive breastfeeding at 4 and 24 weeks postpartum.

Tunneling Technique in Treatment of Miller`s Class III Gingival Recession

Several surgical techniques have been proposed to correct recession defect and attain root coverage. Though, the majority were executed on Miller Class I and II recession defects. Moreover, Analysis of literature revealed only a few studies that treated miller class III recession defects. In the current study, a new modification in the free gingival graft is proposed to provide the patient with more esthetic outcome, less pain and postoperative trauma. Likewise, the prop...

Effectiveness of the Papillary Extended Connective Tissue Graft in Miller Class III Gingival Recession

34 patients with Miller class III will be included in this study, where 17 participants will be treated with connective tissue graft with coronally advanced flap (control group) and 17 participants will be treated with a papillary extended connective tissue graft with coronally advanced flap (test group) and followed up for 6 months.

A Comparison Between Two Video Laryngoscopes,in Successfully Intubating Pediatric Mannequins w/wo Difficult Airways

The study is a randomized crossover study where anesthesia practitioners will intubate three different pediatric infant mannequins (normal airway, anterior larynx, Pierre Robin syndrome anatomy) using three different intubation devices (the Miller blade, the Truview VL, the Glidescope Cobalt video-laryngoscope) in two different scenarios (normal neck and with an immobile neck). The order of presentation will be randomized. As this is a cross over study, all subjects will comple...

Comparison of Classical Miller, Wis-Hipple and C-MAC Size 1 Blades

The purpose of this study is to compare straight blades in obtaining best glottic view in children. The investigators will compare size 1 Classical Miller, size 1 Wis-Hipple, and size 1 C-MAC straight blades in young children.

Singing for People With Aphasia

To undertake a pilot study that will evaluate the feasibility and acceptability of procedures to inform the design and delivery of a definitive RCT of SPA (which would assess the clinical and cost effectiveness of SPA for people with aphasia)

Evaluation of Root Coverage After the Use of Coronally Advanced Flap Either With Advanced Paltelet Rich Fibrin or Subepithilial Connective Tissue Graft in Treatment of Miller Class I and II Gingival Recession.

patients with Miller class I , II gingival recession will be divided into 2 groups (control, intervention).the control one will receive coronally advanced flap with subepithililal connective tissue graft harvested from the palate while the intervention one will have coronally advanced flap with advanced platelet rich fibrin(A-PRF).as it represent a new generation of platelet concentrate allow for better healing and root coverage results. Null hypothesis: In patients with Mille...

Single Stage Root Coverage for Gingival Recession With or Without Free Gingival Graft

Background and Objective: Gingival recession accounts for apical migration of the gingival margin resulting in exposure of the cementoenamel junction (CEJ) and root surface. It is a matter of concern for both patients and dental professionals, especially when exposure of the root surface is linked to deterioration in esthetic appearance and increase in dentinal hypersensitivity which leads to improvements in various surgical techniques that have been used to correct labial ging...

A Modified Tunnel Approach in Treatment of Gingival Recession

Objectives: To clinically evaluate the healing of Miller Class I and II isolated gingival recessions treated with the modified tunnel approach (mTA) versus the conventional tunnel technique (cTT) in conjunction with subepithelial connective tissue graft (SCTG). Material and Methods: In this split-mouth study, thirty healthy patients exhibiting two isolating anterior Miller Class I and II gingival recessions were treated with mTA + SCTG and cTT + SCTG. Treatment outcomes were a...

Treatment of Miller Class I and II Gingival Recession Using Non- Pedicled Buccal Fat Pad Graft as Compared to Subepithelial Connective Tissue Graft

This randomized controlled single blinded parallel clinical trial is held to monitor if the use of the non pedicled buccal fat pad graft will result in post operative pain as a primary outcome compared to that occurs with the use of the sub epithelial connective tissue graft in treating Miller Class I and Class II gingival recession

Xenogeneic Collagen Matrix or Palatal Connective Tissue Graft With a Coronally Advanced Flap in Class III Recessions

The purpose of this multi-center study is to compare the effectiveness of Mucograft versus connective tissue graft in combination with coronal advanced flap for the treatment of Miller class III recessions The connective tissue graft in combination with coronal advanced flap is considered the gold standard for the treatment of gingival recession in terms of percentage of root coverage and complete root coverage. However connective tissue graft harvesting from the palatal mucosa...

Collagen Matrix With and Without Enamel Matrix Derivative

The purpose of this prospective, double-blinded, randomized, split-mouth study is to compare the effectiveness of a porcine collagen matrix (CM) and coronally advanced flap (CAF) with or without the addition of enamel matrix derivative (EMD) in the treatment of Miller Class I, II, or predictable class III recession defects. One defect will receive CM + CAF + EMD (Experimental), while the other will receive CM + CAF (Control) alone. The treatment of 60 similarly sized Miller cla...

Treatment of Group A Beta Hemolytic Streptococcal Pharyngitis in Children in Low Resource Settings

The purpose of this study was to compare the microbiological effects of two different treatments: a single dose of intramuscular benzathine penicillin G (IM BPG) vs. a 10-day daily dose of amoxicillin for the treatment of GABHS pharyngitis in children in low resource settings. This study was a prospective multi-center randomized active control treatment trial. The trial is a non-inferiority equivalence trial, to determine if amoxicillin treatment is at least as effective as the...

A Novel Volumetric Analysis Using CAD/CAM Scanners in Gingival Recession Treatment

Aim: In this ramdomised clinical trial (RCT), the aim was to compare clinical periodontal data of subepithelial connective tissue graft (SCTG) group and SCGT+enamel matrix derivatives (EMD) group in terms of gained gingiva volume (GGV) and gained gingiva surface area (GGSA) by scanners of computer-aided design/computer-aided manufacturing (CAD/CAM) devices. Materials and Methods: A total of 35 Miller class I-II gingival recession defects were involved in this study (n=17 in SC...

Management of Miller Class I & II Gingival Recession

Management of Miller class I & II gingival recession using coronally advanced flap combined with conventional de-epithelialized free gingival graft versus coronally advanced flap combined with abrasive de-epithelized connective tissue graft Null hypothesis: In patients with Miller class I and II gingival recession, there is no difference between coronally advanced flap with conventional de-epithelialized free gingival graft and coronally advanced flap with abrasive de-epitheliz...

Semilunar and Conventional Coronally Positioned Flap for the Treatment Gingival Recession

A clinical evaluation of using the semilunar coronally position flap (SCPF) compared to the conventional coronally advanced flap (CAF) with modification to treat class I Miller gingival recession. The coronally repositioned gingival margin will be stabilized by coronally anchored suture with composite stops on the buccal surface of the tooth using flowable composite. The sample size will be ten patients. Each patient has bilateral Miller Class I gingival recessions; one will be...

Crisis Resource Management Improvement Through Intellectual Questioning of Authority

This is a randomized controlled trial examining the effectiveness of a teaching intervention on residents' and medical students' ability to challenge clearly wrong decisions by a superior during a simulated life-threatening crisis. Participants will be randomly allocated into the control or intervention arm. The intervention arm will receive education on crisis resource management (CRM) and teaching targeting the cognitive skills required to monitor and challenge a superior's d...

ORaClES: A Trial to Improve Prognostication

This study evaluates whether an online training resource can improve the performance of medical students in recognising imminently dying palliative care patients.

Linking Services to Patient Needs for Improved Patient Outcomes (CASPAR)

The purpose of this study is to determine if providing a county specific electronic resource guide with low and no cost services to outpatient substance abuse counselors, results in more and better matched services for the clients. These services are not limited to substance abuse treatment, they include such services as legal assistance, financial assistance, mental health, etc. It is hypothesized that by treating the "whole client" the result will be longer substance abuse ...

Anticholinergic Risk Scale and Resource Use After Elective Noncardiac Surgery

This study investigates the association of preoperative anticholinergic medication exposure with healthcare resource utilization in a population-based sample of older patients enrolled in a universal pharmacare program

Nutrition Education Intervention in Adults With Type 2 Diabetes Mellitus in a Resource Poor Setting

The purpose of this study is to implement a nutrition education programme that was developed for type 2 diabetic adults in a resource poor setting and to evaluate the programme's effectiveness on health outcomes A randomized controlled clinical trial study design will be used. One group (experimental group) will receive the nutrition education while the other group (control group) will receive the usual care. Setting: Two Community health centres in Moretele Health Sub-...

HIV Viral Load Monitoring in Resource-Poor Settings

No randomized clinical trial to date has demonstrated a survival benefit of using regular HIV-1 ribonucleic acid (RNA) viral load (VL) testing to monitor patients' responses to antiretroviral therapy (ART) for HIV infection. The measurement of VL is recommended to monitor the response to ART in developed countries. In resource-constrained settings, the World Health Organization (WHO) does not recommend routine VL testing, in part due to the cost and complex infrastructure neede...

Technology to Improve the Health of Resource-poor Hispanics With Diabetes

This study evaluates the effect of diabetes group visits that are led by Community Health Workers (CHWs). Half of the subjects will be randomized to receive a 6-month, CHW-led group visit program (intervention) and the other half will be randomized to receive 6-months of treatment as usual in the clinic followed by the group visit program (wait list control). The CHWs will receive training and support via telemedicine.

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