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Assisted Promontofixation Using Glue Versus Promontofixation Using Threads (PROCOL)

The treatment of gynecological prolapse (organ removal) can be done by laparoscopy or vaginally. Laparoscopy is used in 1 out of 2 cases, but learning is difficult and operation time is long. One of the technical difficulties is related to the sutures to the threads. Some surgeons therefore use a glue to fix prosthetic reinforcements more easily and quickly, but this sizing technique has only been evaluated very little. Our study proposes to compare the technique of suture with...


Investigation and Modulation of the Mu-Opioid Mechanisms in Migraine (in Vivo)

This study investigates whether non-invasive brain stimulation, given for 20 minutes/once per day for ten days (M-F) can reduce migraine pain. Thirty patients will receive this treatment, while thirty will receive a "sham" procedure. Up to thirty healthy volunteers will be asked to undergo baseline assessments only (imaging, but no brain stimulation). Healthy volunteer data may be used from a prior study (NINDS-K23062946 project [IRBMED #HUM00027383; Dr. Alexandre DaSilva, Prin...

Thread Lifting and Microfocused Ultrasound for Face Tightening Ultrasound for Lifting and Tightening the Face

Skin aging is a continuous and inevitable presses usually starting at the age of mid-twenties, this prosses affects all facial layers including skin, subcutaneous fat, superficial muscular aponeurotic system (SMAS), deep facia, the retaining ligaments, muscle activity, and even facial bony structure . The clinical outcome of this process causes the aging signs of the face and neck, including loose facial skin, sagging cheeks, excess skin hanging from the lower jawline and exces...


Thirty Million Words- Well Baby Initiative

This comparative study of will evaluate the effectiveness of promoting critical language and cognitive development in infants of low-SES English- and Spanish-speaking parents. TMW-WB will target infants zero to six months and their parents during routine Well Baby pediatric visits at one week, one month, two months, four months, six months, and a final nine month follow-up.

The Efficacy of TBCT Compared to ERP in the Treatment of OCD Patients, by the Assessment of Magnetic Resonance.

This is a sample made up of ninety-six adult individuals of both sexes to be divided into three groups: the experimental group of thirty-two patients with OCD who will be undergone Trial-Based Cognitive Therapy; the gold standard, with thirty-two people with OCD subject Exposure and Response Prevention and the control group of thirty-two healthy individuals. Interviews and therapeutic intervention occur in private practices researchers or medical schools accredited by UESPI. ...

The Feasibility and Efficacy of an Extremely Brief Mindfulness Practice

This study will assess the efficacy of brief mindfulness practices on improving mental health in adults who are currently in treatment for mental health concerns. From online instructional videos, each participant will learn a thirty-second or three-minute mindfulness practice that is to be performed at least three times daily over two weeks.

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Multi-center Register for the Use of the Cor-Knot® Automated Knotting System in Heart Valve Surgery

The Cor-Knot® device is an automated knotting system for valve sutures and prosthetic rings used for more than a year during valve replacements and annuloplasties in cardiac surgery. It reduces the time spent knotting the threads fixing the prosthesis and thus reduces aortic clamping and extracorporeal circulation times. The originality of the project is based on the absence of national multi-rate data collection on the effectiveness and safety of the Cor-Knot® knotting devic...

Non-invasive Ventilation vs Oxygen Therapy After Extubation Failure

Non-invasive mechanical ventilation (NIV) has not exhibited a reduction of reintubation after extubation failure compared to oxygen therapy. The reduction of reintubation with NIV versus oxygen therapy in patients with extubation failure was evaluated. A clinical trial was conducted that included patients who underwent mechanical ventilation and developed acute respiratory failure after extubation. After extubation failure, thirty-three were assigned to NIV and thirty-two were...

Evaluating Central Line Hub Contamination Using a Novel Capping Device

Excelsior Medical has developed SwabCap™, a luer access valve disinfection cap. The SwabCap™ provides passive disinfection of valve top and threads without activating the luer access valve. This product promotes technique standardization and compliance in cleansing of the luer access valve prior to access. It acts as a physical barrier from touch and airborne contamination for up to 96 hours. This product has been endorsed and will be adopted for use at NorthShore Unive...

Newborn Implementation

The purpose of the proposed research is to perform testing of the Thirty Million Words Newborn Initiative (TMW-NI) with the primary goal of evaluating various implementation methods. The investigators hypothesize that the TMW-Newborn intervention will: 1. Significantly impact parent knowledge regarding the importance of UNHS follow-up 2. Significantly impact parent knowledge of child development Additionally,the investigators hypothesize that: 3. The...

Do Obese Patients With Primary Knee Osteoarthritis Benefit From a Single Bout of Moderate Intensity Aerobic Exercise?

Background: Obesity and degenerative joint disease are typically concomitant . Each are in the course of aerobic focus and excited inflammatory response. Exercise is taken into account a considerable treatment in rehabilitation of each conditions. nevertheless most of literature reported the good thing about regular exercise, whereas there's dearth regarding the consequence of base hit low to centrist usage session . Objective:Hence, this report aimed to analyze the attainable...

Ultrasound-Guided Costoclavicular Block in Patients With a BMI > 30

The Researchers are trying to determine if Costoclavicular brachial plexus block (CCBPB) can be successfully performed in patients with a body mass index greater than thirty.

Is Kinesio Taping Application Effective on Decreasing Injury Risk for Tennis Players

Research design: The study protocol was approved and required permissions were taken from related tennis club officials, and a written consent was obtained from all the participants' parents about the study. Thirty-three young tennis players aged between 9 and 12 were included in our study. Assessment were done bare (no tape), after 45 min of performance plus kinesio taping application (PP application) and after 45 min of gold text FP kinesio taping application (GT application)...

Infertility Therapy for Women Age Thirty-eight and Older

This study will determine the most effective treatment strategy for infertile couples who present when the female partner is 38 years to the 43rd birthday and the couples are determined to have a reasonable chance for success.

Seprafilm™ for the Prevention of Intraperitoneal Adhesions and Improved Delivery of Therapy in Women Undergoing Staging and Intraperitoneal Chemotherapy for Advanced Ovarian Cancer

The purpose of this research is to determine if a film to prevent adhesions will improve the area of distribution of a contrast dye (representative of chemotherapy) in the abdominal cavity (belly) of women who have undergone surgery for ovarian cancer as compared with patients who have not had adhesion barrier sheets placed in the belly. It is believed that this film, Seprafilm™, reduces adhesions (scar tissue between tissues and organs) in the abdominal cavity following sur...

Clinicopathological Aspects of Acute Appendicitis in Patients Above Age of Thirty at Sulaimani Emergency Hospital

Aims of this study are : - Estimate the incidence of A.A. in patients above age of 30 y in 4 age groups . - Correlate between different clinical aspects and histopathological results. - Determine rate of negative appendectomy in those patients.

Exploring HIFU as a Treatment for Rectal and Other Pelvic Cancers

The hypothesis of the study is that high intensity focused ultrasound (HIFU) can be used safely to treat rectal and pelvic cancer. The study consists of two trials exploring the use of HIFU in rectal and pelvic cancer to establish the safety and potential efficacy of HIFU in this instance. The first trial is a feasibility study looking at patients with early rectal cancer. We aim to recruit thirty patients with early rectal cancer who are due to undergo an operation to r...

Cefalium® Compared to Tylenol® in the Treatment of Migraine Attacks

National clinical trials, phase III, randomized, open, parallel, study of superiority, in which three hundred thirty-six (336) participants of both sexes, aged between 18 and 65 years will be randomly allocated to one of two treatment groups. The Group 01 will use Cefalium® and group 02 will use Tylenol®.

RZL-012 for Dercum's Disease Lipomas

Thirty-eight (38) subjects will be included in the study. Subjects will be randomized in a ration of 1:1 to be treated with RZL-012 or placebo. Subjects will be injected with a different doses of RZL-012 according to their lipomas sizes. The total of 38 subjects will be enrolled in 3 clinical sites.

BONEBRIDGE Bone Conduction Implant in Adults

Approximately thirty subjects with mixed or conductive hearing loss, meeting FDA‐cleared candidacy criteria for the BONEBRIDGE, will be implanted and followed for three (3) months post‐activation to assess safety and effectiveness of the BONEBRIDGE implant.

Assessment of Prevident Sodium Fluoride 1.1% Toothpaste Using an Intra-oral Remineralization-demineralization Model

This is a double blind, cross-over, controlled clinical trial utilizing thirty (30) adults to evaluate remineralization of early caries lesions.

Flaxseed Compared With Placebo in Patients With Hypercholesterolemia

The aim of this study is to determine if thirty grams per day of flaxseed consumption for 4 weeks could potentially reduce the serum lipid levels in children and adolescents with familial or severe hypercholesterolemia compared to those on placebo.

Open-Label Study Assessing The Safety, Immunogenicity and Dose Response of IC47

The main aim of this clinical study is to investigate the safety and tolerability of different dose strengths of IC47 up to 6 months after the first vaccination. A total of 32 healthy subjects (male or female) will participate in this clinical study. The subjects will be divided into 4 groups of 8 subjects each. Thirty (30) μg or 150 μg of IC47 will be administered three times in intervals of 42 days each.

Oral Sedation With and Without Nitrous Oxide(N2O)

Aims: The objective of the current study was to evaluate the effectiveness of oral midazolam-hydroxyzine with/without nitrous oxide. Design: This was a randomized split mouth, cross over and triple-blinded clinical study. Thirty uncooperative healthy children aged six to nine, whose needed dental treatments.

Acute Effects of Different Macronutrient Compositions and Meal Distributions of the Food

Thirty participants without serious concomitant diseases consume either a high- or a low carb. meal either as one single meal or as 5 small portions in the morning and are tested for effects on major cardiovascular risk markers and on metabolic rate for three hours on each occasion.


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