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To Evaluate the Safety and Ability of the Medicine to Induce Antibodies Against the Respiratory Syncytial Virus in Healthy Adults

The purpose of this study is to evaluate the safety and immunogenicity of two doses of the investigational RSV F subunit vaccine administered intramuscularly (IM). In this current Phase 1, first-in-human study, the three different antigen amounts that have been selected will be evaluated in a stepwise manner in three different cohorts (cohort 1: low dosage of RSV F subunit vaccine, cohort 2: middle dosage of RSV F subunit vaccine, and cohort 3: high dosage of RSV F subunit vacc...


Long-Term Outcome of Children and Adolescents With Anti-Phospholipid Antibodies

This is a study about why some people have certain types of proteins in their blood, called anti-phospholipid antibodies. The presence of these antibodies and associated complications (e.g. blood clots) are known to change over time. The purpose of this study is to evaluate these changes and improve our ability to determine the long-term outcome of affected individuals.

Respiratory Muscle Strength Training in Presbyphonia

Presbyphonia is an age-related voice disorder that affects more than 10 million people in the United States. Presbyphonia is characterized by vocal fold atrophy that impairs older individuals' ability to communicate, leading to social isolation and reduced quality of life. Outcomes from current treatment approaches are often suboptimal for patients with presbyphonia as they do not sufficiently challenge the respiratory system to induce meaningful change. It is highly likely tha...


Breast Cancer Associated Antibodies

To determine the ability of the Cimmunology process to lead to in vitro antibody production, the ability of the ELISA assays to detect any of those antibodies, and to establish the relationship between the ELISA results and the clinical / pathological status of the patient. The statistical significance of the CAAb test results will be determined.

Effects of Antibodies to White Blood Cells on Platelet Transfusion Patients

This study will determine if transfusion of platelets containing HLA antibodies (certain antibodies to white blood cells) are more likely to cause transfusion reactions than transfusion of platelets that do not contain HLA antibodies. People 18 years of age or older who donate platelets at the NIH Clinical Center may be eligible for this study. An extra tube of blood (about one teaspoon) is obtained from participating donors at the time of their donation at the NIH Plat...

Influenza Vaccine in HIV Study

The aims of this study are: 1. to investigate if HIV infection alters the antibody responses to influenza and 2. to assess the ability of licensed influenza vaccine to induce functional non-neutralising antibodies in HIV-infected and HIV-uninfected subjects.

Woodsmoke Exposure and Cardiovascular Function

Air pollution is linked to respiratory and cardiovascular disease. Wood smoke is a common air in many parts of the world and previous studies indicate that wood smoke induce oxidative stress in the respiratory tract. It is not determined how different types of biomass combustion affect human health. In this study the investigators plan to investigate how inhalation of wood smoke and pellets smoke affect respiratory and cardiovascular health.

Immunogenicity and Safety of TNFa Kinoid in Rheumatoid Arthritis With Secondary Resistance to TNFa Antagonists and ADA

The objective of this trial is to demonstrate that active immunization with anti-TNFα kinoid (TNF-K) is able to induce polyclonal anti-TNFα antibodies in RA patients who were previously treated with anti-TNFα mAb but have lost susceptibility to therapy and have developed antibodies against this treatment (ADA).

A Study of PC786 to Evaluate the Antiviral Activity, Safety and Pharmacokinetics of Multiple Doses in an RSV Challenge Study

PC786 is a new medicine being developed for treatment of respiratory syncytial virus. The main purpose of this study is to evaluate the antiviral activity of PC786 in healthy adults infected with RSV virus in a viral challenge study.

Can We Reduce Hospital Attendance Without Compromising Care by the Use of Telephone Consultation

Consultation time in busy respiratory clinics is inevitably limited and attendance is often disruptive to patients’ lives; involves time, expense, travel, and waiting; and can have effects upon occupation. Published work suggests that patient satisfaction with telephone consultations is high and this subject has recently been extensively reviewed by one of the study investigators. In respiratory medicine there is United States (US) data to suggest that the regular telephoning...

Effects of Male-specific Antibodies on Sex Ratio

Investigation of the ability of antibodies from vasectomized men in binding to Y-spermatozoa as a possible explanation of the lower sex ratio observed after microinsemination using epididymal sperm from vasectomized men.

Validation of a Simulated Clinical Evaluation of Ventilators

The purpose of this study is to evaluate the ability of a device reproducing patients' respiratory characteristics to select in-VITRO the most appropriate ventilator for a given pathology.

A Study to Assess the Ability of Eltrombopag to Induce Sustained Remission in Subjects With ITP

This study will assess the ability of eltrombopag to induce sustained treatment-free remission in ITP subjects who relapsed or failed to respond to an initial treatment with steroids. There is limited, mainly retrospective evidence that earlier use of eltrombopag after ITP diagnosis, will allow a larger proportion of subjects to achieve sustained remission after tapering off drug. Clinically there is a need for a less toxic regimen that will provide responses and sustain...

Safety, Tolerability, and Pharmacokinetics of SAB-301 in Healthy Adults

Background: Middle East Respiratory Syndrome (MERS) is a newly discovered contagious and sometimes fatal respiratory virus. People often get MERS through close contact with an infected person. Scientists are worried that MERS may spread and cause more infections. There are no vaccines or treatments for MERS right now. Researchers think a new therapy called SAB-301 may be able to help. Antibodies are proteins the body makes to attack viruses. SAB-301 is made of antibodies...

Clinical Trial of Chinese Herbal Medicine for Idiopathic Pulmonary Fibrosis (IPF)

This open label clinical study will be conducted in School of Chinese Medicine Clinics at The University of Hong Kong (HKU) to preliminarily determine whether treatment with the herbal formula PROLUNG could improve Idiopathic Pulmonary Fibrosis (IPF) symptoms, respiratory function and the quality of life of patients with IPF compared with pretreatment baseline. We propose to recruit 30 participants. The diagnosis and screening will be conducted by respiratory physicians. Those ...

Innate Immunity and Respiratory Syncytial Virus (RSV) Infection in Children

In this project we will study the capacity for single nucleotide polymorphisms (SNP) in TLR4 gene to induce varying levels of inflammatory chemokine and cytokine production.

Respiratory Rates - Accuracy of Contact-free Monitoring of Respiratory Rates

Respiratory rate is an important predictor for many clinical outcomes in Emergency Medicine. Nevertheless it's measurement is often omitted as it is time-consuming and cumbersome. It is the only vital sign that is not routinely assessed by a device. In a pilot study was showed that a camera based monitoring system measures reliably respiratory rates in healthy volunteers. The goal of this study is to test the accuracy of the same system in real patients in the triage set...

A Clinical Trial to Evaluate the Efficacy and Safety of YMC026 in Respiratory Disease Patients

This is a phase 4, randomized, double-blind, multicenter clinical trial to evaluate the efficacy and safety of YMC026 in respiratory disease patients with cough and sputum as the main symptoms

Efficacy and Safety Evaluation of Traditional Chinese Medicine in the Treatment of Advanced Colorectal Cancer

Although patients of colorectal cancer use Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) herbal therapy extensively in China, no strong evidence exists to demonstrate the safety and survival outcomes of TCM herbal therapy combined with conventional western medicine for treatment of this disease. The purpose of this multi-center perspective cohort study is to evaluate the relationship between TCM herbal therapy and survival outcomes in patients with advanced colorectal cancer.

The Effect of EDP on Diaphragmatic Function and Neural Respiratory Drive in Patient With AECOPD

Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease (COPD) is a common respiratory disease characterized by airflow limitation that is progressive and not fully reversible. Patients with acute exacerbation of COPD must be hospitalized, as for further increase in airway resistance, pulmonary alveolar excessive expansion, diaphragm fatigue and neural respiratory drive. In recent years, Pulmonary rehabilitation is recognized as a core component in the comprehensive management of COPD, EDP as a ...

Precision Medicine in Anesthesia: Genetic Component in Opioid-induced Respiratory Depression

The concept of precision medicine - taking individual variability into account when planning preventions and interventions - is not new but is quickly gaining attention in this age of powerful methodology of patient characterization and development of tools to analyze large sets of data. Oncology is the most obvious field in which this information has been readily applied. Increasing focus, nationally and internationally, on developing broad databases of patient genetic informa...

PulmonarOM (Bacterial Lysates) in Respiratory Tract Infections

Primary - To evaluate the efficacy of Pulmonaron in the decrease of interleukin-4/interferon gamma after second period of treatment Secondary - To evaluate the efficacy of Pulmonarom in the prevention of upper respiratory tract infections symptoms through patient evaluation of fever or respiratory presence after second period of treatment - To evaluate loss of working or study days after second period of treatment - To evaluate the safe...

Functional Bed Sheet Capturing Pressure Variation and Respiratory Effort Over Time

Apnea, a cessation in breathing is critical condition that affects the person regardless of age. In infants, an apneic state occurs when there is an absence of respirations for 20 seconds (Alvaro & Rigatto, 2012). In adults, there is a correlation between sleep apnea with increased risks of cardiovascular health problems (Wimms, Woehrle, Ketheeswaran, Ramanan, & Armitstead, 2016; Wu, Yuan, Wang, Sun, Liu, and Wei, 2016; Hao, Xiandao, Li, Jingwu, Jinghua, & Yongxiang, 201...

A Study to Evaluate the Safety and Reactogenicity of DPX-RSV(A), a Respiratory Syncytial Virus Vaccine

Administration of DPX-RSV(A), a Respiratory Syncytial Virus vaccine containing Respiratory Syncytial Virus (RSV) SHe antigen and DepoVaxTM adjuvant to healthy adults ≥50-64 years of age.

Evaluating the Safety, Effectiveness, and Tolerability of Nitazoxanide in Addition to Standard Care for the Treatment of Severe Acute Respiratory Illness in People Who Are Hospitalized

Respiratory viruses are a significant cause of hospitalization for respiratory tract infections. This study will evaluate the safety, effectiveness, and tolerability of nitazoxanide (NTZ) in treating severe acute respiratory illness (SARI) in people who are hospitalized.


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