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Efficacy of Dead Sea Peloid Gel in Chronic Endometritis

This study evaluates the effect of Dead Sea Peloid Gel in the treatment of Chronic Endometritis in women with reproductive disorders. Half of participants will receive Dead Sea Peloid Gel and antibiotics, while the other half will receive Placebo Gel and antibiotics. Patients with reproductive disorders who visited Research Medical Center of Family Health Problems and Human Reproduction were recruited.

Bupropion for Hospital-Based Smoking Cessation

This is a randomized blinded trial of whether hospitalized smokers who are randomly assigned to receive bupropion, an antidepressant, and cognitive-behavioral counseling, are more likely to have quit smoking at the end of treatment and at 6 months compared with smokers randomly assigned to receive placebo and cognitive-behavioral counseling. Because depression is more prevalent among smokers and because smokers who are prone to depression may become depressed when they quit, th...

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.

Reduction Dead Space Volume With Karydakis Modification

The purpose of this study is to reduce the volume of dead space by a modification in kardakis flap procedure and consequently, to reduce the use of drains, wound drainage, seroma and hematoma formation, skin degradation and recurrence rates.

Alterations of Conjunctival Microcirculation in Brain Dead Patients

Study hypothesize that ocular microcirculation is reflecting cerebral perfusion. The purpose of this study is to evaluate ocular microcirculation in brain dead patients using side dark field (SDF) videomicroscope and compare it with microcirculatory parameters of healthy volunteers.

Physiological Dead Space Measured by Volumetric Capnography in BiPAP and APRV .

Background and Rationale : Mechanical ventilation is an essential component of the care of patients with respiratory failure.Biphasic positive Airway Pressure (BiPAP) and Airway Pressure release ventilation (APRV) are relatively new modes of mechanical ventilation which can be used in treatment of patients with impaired oxygenation.The effect of using BiPAP and APRV modes on reducing the physiological dead space had not been previously investigated. We hypothesize that using A...

Dead Space Evaluation in Pulmonary Hypertension

Aim of the study is to evaluate the role of chemoreceptor activity and ventilation perfusion mismatch on the genesis of exercise induced hyperventilation in Pulmonary hypertension patients. So the investigators tested the chemoreceptor response at rest, both with hypoxic and hypercapnic stimuli, and the ventilatory response during exercise analyzing its two components, alveolar and dead space ventilation.

Donor Dopamine and Initial Graft Function

Donor pre-treatment with dopamine reduces injury to the kidney graft with consequences on the clinical performance immediately after transplantation: Donor dopamine reduces the requirement of dialysis post transplant, and results in renal function improvements. The purpose of the study is to investigate the potentially therapeutic impact of donor preconditioning with low dose dopamine in human renal transplant recipients from a brain dead donor.

Dead Space Closure With Quilting Suture Versus Conventional Closure With Drainage in Prevention of Seroma Formation After Mastectomy for Breast Cancer: a Randomized Controlled Trial

The objective of this study is to compare quilting suture of the "dead space" without drainage of the pectoral area to conventional closure with drainage to prevent post-operative seroma requiring intervention (aspiration or surgical intervention) within 21 days after mastectomy for breast cancer.

The Effect of Nebulized Albuterol on Donor Oxygenation

The purpose of this study is to test the effectiveness of albuterol versus placebo with the following specific aims: a) Treatment of brain dead organ donors with albuterol will reduce pulmonary edema, improve donor oxygenation, and increase the number of lungs available for transplantation, b) Developing a blood test to predict the development of primary graft dysfunction in lung transplant recipients, and c) treating brain dead organ donors with albuterol will decrease mark...

Brief Intervention to Promote Smoking Cessation in DM Smokers

The study is a randomized controlled trial (RCT) on a tailored smoking cessation intervention targeted type 2 diabetic patients who smoke (DM intervention). The objectives are: 1. to study the effectiveness of the DM intervention in achieving (a) smoking cessation, (b) smoking reduction, and (c) progress to a higher stage of readiness to quit; 2. the changes in levels of HbA1c between (a) the intervention group and the controls, and (b) quitters and contin...

CT Perfusion Scans for Assessment of Lung Cancer Before and After Chemo +/- Radiotherapy

Cancer of the lung is treated with surgery, radiation or chemotherapy, depending on the stage or extent of the disease. Some patients are treated with chemotherapy and/or radiation therapy before surgery to improve the results of surgery. After these treatments, we do not know whether the residual tumour tissue is still alive or dead, which is why some physicians feel that surgery is required to remove it. This study is designed to assess if computed tomography (CT, CAT-scan) ...

Impact Of Smoking Cessation Treatment Reimbursement On The Quit Rates In Smokers Motivated To Quit

This study is based on the hypothesis that access to smoking cessation treatment (SCT) reimbursement may significantly increase the number of successful quitters in a population of smokers motivated to quit by: 1) increasing the use of SCTs in quit attempts, and 2) by improving subject adherence to treatment.

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CERAMENT™|G - Bone Healing and Re-infection Prophylaxis

The surgical management of long bone infections is often challenging. Adequate surgical debridement decreases the bacterial load, removes dead tissues, and gives a chance for the host immune system and antibiotics to arrest infection. Adequate debridement may leave a large bony defect. An appropriate management of the dead space is essential to arrest the disease, and for maintenance of the bone's integrity. The current strategy includes the use of antibiotic-loaded bone cement...

Enzymatic Debridement in Burns Patients: A Comparison to Standard of Care

Burns represent one of the most severe and dreaded traumas. Burned and traumatized tissue is known as eschar. The dead eschar, if not removed, often becomes heavily contaminated and is the source of local and/or systemic infection or sepsis. The local inflammation and infection destroy healthy surrounding tissues and extends the original damage. In order to prevent these complications, and in order to minimize the risk of infection, it is imperative to evaluate the burn and r...

MIST Therapy's End-Stage Renal Disease Patients Presenting Wounds

The purpose of this study is to evaluate the effectiveness of MIST Therapy in combination with standard of care (SOC) compared to SOC alone on reducing the bacteria in your wound and preparing the wound bed for surgical closure in patients who are diagnosed with end-stage renal disease (ESRD) and have chronic, non-healing wounds. The MIST Therapy System delivers therapeutic ultrasound to the wound bed without direct contact. Saline solution is converted into fine particles and...

Brain Tissue Swelling and Seizure Activity in Inactive Cysticercosis

This study will examine what causes seizures in patients with cysticercosis (pork tapeworm infection). A better understanding of this could lead to improved methods of controlling or preventing seizures. In humans, the pork tapeworm (Taenia solium) lives in the small intestine. The parasite's microscopic eggs travel around the body-including to the brain-where they develop into cysts. Usually, the cysts don't cause symptoms until they die. Then, they provoke an infla...

Seroma Reduction After Mastectomy

Rationale: Seroma formation and its sequelae form the mainstay of complications in breast cancer surgery. Seroma has an incidence of 3% to 85%. Complications vary from delayed wound healing, infection, skin flap necrosis, patient discomfort and repeated visits to the out patient clinic. The key to reducing seroma formations seems to partly lie in the obliteration of dead space. The use of electrocautery has been demonstrated to increase seroma formation following mastectomy, ho...

Effect of Probiotics on Pre-diabetes and Diabetes in China

This study is aimed at verifying the effects of probiotics (KAWAI:dead S.thermophilus) on glucos management among T2DM and pre-diabetes Chinese adult. Additionally, the investigators intend to verify the effects of probiotics on modifying the structure and function of gut microbiome.

Feasibility Study: Enzymatic Debridement in Patients With Partial Thickness Burns

Burns represent one of the most severe and dreaded traumas. Burned and traumatized tissue is known as eschar. The dead eschar, if not removed, often becomes heavily contaminated and is the source of local and/or systemic infection or sepsis. The local inflammation and infection destroy healthy surrounding tissues and extends the original damage. In order to prevent these complications, and in order to minimize the risk of infection, it is imperative to evaluate the burn and rem...

Depiction of Delayed Enhancement in Patients With Documented Myocardial Infarction

The purpose of this study is to determine the dose of drug which is most effective in the delineation of dead heart muscle.

Frequencies of Histo-pathological Findings in Patients With Paraquat Toxicity

The purpose of this study is to determine frequencies of histo-pathological findings in dead poisoned patients and evaluate their relationships with age, gender, dosage of poisoning, time of admission and time of death.

18F- Fluorothymidine to Evaluate Treatment Response in Lymphoma

Background: - Positron emission tomography (PET) uses radioactive substances called tracers to locate areas of cancer in the body. For this test, the patient is given an injection of tracer and lies in a large donut-shaped scanner that detects where in the body the radioactivity accumulates. Computed tomography (CT) scans use low dose x-rays that help to better localize where the radioactive tracer is concentrating. PET/CT scans are usually do...

Ex Vivo Lung Perfusion : Effect of Cellular Perfusate on Mechanical Properties and Gas Exchange Function of Donor Lungs

The lungs retrieved from the brain dead multi organ donor will be placed in a lab . They will be connected to a ventilator and preservative solution will be circulated through it . Blood will be added to the fluid depending on the group to which the lungs are allocated and its effects on lung function will be seen

Naloxone for Optimizing Hypoxemia Of Lung Donors

Brain-dead patients who provide authorization for organ donation will be randomized to naloxone or placebo if baseline arterial blood gas (ABG, after initiation of OPO management) reveals hypoxemia (PF ratio < 300), unless they have already been ruled-out for lung recovery. Investigators aim to assess whether naloxone improves oxygenation prior to organ recovery more than placebo.

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