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Saturday 24th August 2019

Study to Learn More About the Onset of Effect of Iberogast in Patients Suffering From Abnormal Stomach and Intestine Function

Several studies have been done on the efficacy of the herbal medicine Iberogast. In this study researcher want to learn more about the time needed for Iberogast to start to work after the patient took the drug. This study plans to enroll 300 adult male and female patients suffering from disturbance of stomach and intestine normal function and treated by their doctor with Iberogast drops. Patients will be asked to document on a diary card the changes of symptom severity of the s...


Experience and Technology Acceptance of Older Adults Towards a Gamified Rehabilitative Device Prototype

Title: Older adults' experience and acceptance of a 'gamified' rehabilitative device for Total Knee Arthroplasty Background: Total Knee Arthroplasty (TKA) is a common surgical procedure. Good post-operative rehabilitation is needed for successful functional recovery. Patients in our institution demonstrated reduced exercise compliance and accuracy during early post-operative rehabilitation. Root cause analysis identified 'reduced feedback', 'reduced care continuity' and 'lack o...

Transcranial Direct Current Stimulation Combined Neuromuscular Electrical Stimulation on Motor Recovery in Stroke

The purpose of this study was to investigate the effects of the combination treatment strategy. A randomized, double-blinded and sham-stimulation study was conducted. Twenty-six participants with chronic stroke (onset > 6 months) were assigned into one of three groups (tDCS combined with NMES, tDCS combined with sham NMES, or sham tDCS combined with sham NMES) by block randomization. In addition to conventional rehabilitation, all subjects received an additional protocol with a...


ReIMAGINE Prostate Cancer Risk

ReIMAGINE Prostate Cancer Risk is a multi-centre, prospective, observational, longitudinal cohort study of men referred to secondary care with a suspicion of prostate cancer. The aim of the study is to develop a robust baseline risk stratification system for men at risk of prostate cancer. Men whose serum Prostate Specific Antigen (PSA) level is 20ng/ml or less, whose multi-parametric magnetic resonance imaging (mpMRI) scan has been scored as Prostate Imaging Reporting a...

Evaluation of Two Doses of Nitric Oxide (NO) Given Intermittently Via Inhalation to Subjects With Bronchiolitis

Prospective, Double-Blinded, Randomized, Multi-Center Study for Evaluation of Two Doses of Nitric Oxide (NO) Given Intermittently Via Inhalation to Subjects With Bronchiolitis The proposed study judiciously expands these observations for use of NO treatment in pediatric patients with bronchiolitis aged less than 12 months. The intermittent dosing strategy used in this study has been selected to minimize the potential for adverse effects. The inclusion of two doses in the propo...

Subcutaneous EEG: Forecasting of Epileptic Seizures

Protocol Summary Population - Target population is 10 adults (18 to 75 years of age) with a diagnosis of treatment-resistant epilepsy with at least 20 seizures per year, and whose seizure onset recorded from scalp EEG is localized to a brain region accessible by the subcutaneous EEG electrodes Number of sites - Three sites; King's College Hospital NHS Foundation Trust, University College London Hospital NHS Foundation Trust, St George's University Hospital NHS Foundatio...

SMS-based Summons in Cervical Screening

Prevention of cervical cancer with cervical screening (gynecological cell test) is one of the most successful screening activities in medicine. In Sweden screening has taken place since the 1960s and prevented tens of thousands of women from having cervical cancer. There are strong reasons why it is especially important to promote that invitations to sampling really is reaching out. The women who regularly attend screening after the invitation reduce their risk of cervical canc...

Effects of Early Home-based Strength and Sensory-motor Training After THA on Functional Outcome and Patient Satisfaction

This study is a prospective multicentre randomised clinical trial to be conducted in orthopaedic departments of two Slovenian hospitals. In each hospital 125 patients aged 60 or older with unilateral osteoarthritis, ASA score 1-3, signed informed consent, access to watching USB videos and without terminal illnesses disabling rehabilitation participation, will be randomly assigned to intervention (IG) or control group (CG). Total hip arthroplasty with anterior approach will be p...

Walking Football as a Supportive Medicine for Patients With Prostate Cancer

Androgen deprivation therapy (ADT) is widely used in men with prostate cancer (PCa) to delay disease progression and enhance survival. The use of ADT is often associated with a vast spectrum of side effects that considerably reduce quality of life. Exercise has been proposed as a non-pharmacological strategy to counter some adverse effects of ADT among patients with PCa. Particularly, recreational football-based interventions have been suggested as an enjoyment approach to invo...

The Effect Of I-Gel And Ambu Aura-I Use On Laryngofaryngeal Mucosa

Supraglottic airway devices (SGADs) are frequently preferred in surgical surgery for pediatric patients. i-gel LMA (laryngeal mask airway) and Ambu Aura-i LMA are the new generation supraglottic airway devices. The aim of this study was to compare airway trauma and postoperative complications due to i-gel and Ambu Aura in infants. In the study patients were divided into two groups performed on minor surgery ASA I (American Society of Anesthesiologists score) and 40 infants. Aft...

Safety and Efficacy of Early, seQUential Oral dIuretic Nephron blockAde In Acute Heart Failure

The SEEQUOIA-AHF (Safety and Efficacy of Early, seQUential oral dIuretic nephron blockAde in Acute Heart Failure) trial is a multicenter, randomized, open-label, parallel-arm trial assessing the impact of early sequential nephron blockade (i.e. a regimen based on the combination of four oral diuretics with different sites of action along the nephron at low doses) compared to a conventional approach with a high-dose loop diuretic in the treatment of congestion in patients hospit...

SAGE for the Early Detection of Cognitive Impairment at Primary Care Provider Visits

Thus far no large randomized trial has demonstrated a correlation between screening and improved outcomes. This would need to be done to gain widespread acceptance of screening and case finding programs. Early detection of cognitive impairment could potentially result in the appropriate treatment of reversible cognitive impairment conditions or earlier initiation of pharmacological interventions for the management of a variety of other dementia or Mild Cognitive Impairment (MCI...

Acupuncture Treatment for Improving Alzheimer's Dementia

Evaluate cognitive improvement pre amd post acupuncture treatment in patients with probable alzheimer's dementia as measured by MOCA score and also per form A( measure of patient's personal information). Also caregiver input.

Thromboembolic Risk Stratification by TRIP Score (Cast) to Guide Physicians in Preventive Treatment Prescriptions in Patients With Isolated Non-surgical Trauma of the Lower Limb Requiring Brace or Casting.

Lower limb trauma requiring orthopedic immobilization (plaster or splint) is a common reason for emergency referrals. Due to venous stasis due to immobilization, hypercoagulability and trauma-induced vascular injury, these patients are at risk of developing a venous thromboembolic event. In routine care in France and Belgium, the majority of patients receive preventive anticoagulant therapy. The benefit of this treatment, the cost of which is important, is however discussed. ...

The Effectiveness of Diode Laser 980-nm in Iraqi Face Hemangioma: a Randomized Within Patients Trial

In an academic, government clinic, uni-center, randomized within patients trial study of the effects of 980-nm diode laser treatment included 15 cases of facial hemangiomas in patients with a history of discomfort due to lesions that were not suitable for removal using traditional methods. The study was carried out at the University of Baghdad/Institute of Laser for Postgraduate Studies/Laser Medicine Research Clinics from 15 October 2018 to 15 April 2019. Primary end-point is ...

Exercise Training as Medicine for Substance Use Disorder Patients

This study compares the effects of high dose and low dose, high intensity, endurance training and strength training in substance use disorder patients. The hypothesis is that the increase in endurance (measured as maximal oxygen uptake) and strength (measured as maximal strength) will be similar in both the high dose and low dose training groups after 24 training sessions over eight weeks. The rationale for this assumption is based on the patient groups poor physical capacity, ...

Exercise for People With Peripheral Neuropathy and Diabetic Foot Ulcers - a Case Series on Feasibility and Safety

Physical training is one of the cornerstones within the treatment of diabetes, as well as medicine and diet modification, and the effect is well documented. Nevertheless people with diabetes with foot ulcers are urged to lessen their level of physical activity, to reduce pressure on footbed and thereby achieve fastest possible healing. Purpose: The primarily purpose is to investigate the feasibility of implementing safe, progressive resistance training, combined with exercises...

Optimizing the Approach of Mobile Application Use to Improve Medication Adherence in Patients With Hypertension

The purpose of this study was to determine the effectiveness of using a custom-designed mobile application to improve blood pressure (BP) and promote adherence to antihypertensive medication regimens. This was a prospective, multicenter, randomized controlled trial. Patients were randomized to an intervention or control group for three months. Antihypertensive medication refill history was assessed three months before, during and three months after the study period. Continuous ...

Wednesday 21st August 2019

Text-Enabled Ascertainment and Community Linkage for Health

The goal of this study is to pilot test a novel tool for health related social needs screening and linkage to community resources in the ED by randomizing participants to standard handout v. handout + text message with resource information.

A Research Study Investigating How NNC0385-0434 is Tolerated in People With or Without High Cholesterol Levels

In this study, there are two study medicines: NNC0385-0434 (the new medicine being tested) and placebo (a 'dummy' medicine). Participants will only get one of these medicines - which one is decided by chance. The study medicine for each person is chosen by a computer. A dummy medicine (placebo) looks like the study medicine but has no effect on the body. The dummy medicine needs to be used in the study to find out if the study medicine works as expected. The dose of the study m...

Redefining Survivorship: POWER to Maximize Physical Function for Survivors of Critical Illness

Patients surviving critical illness experience significant skeletal muscle dysfunction and weakness. Muscle atrophy suffered during critical illness has a long-term impact on the functionality and mobility of these individuals. As a result, individuals surviving critical illness have a significant reduction in quality of life, even up to 5 years post discharge. Research including large randomized controls demonstrates that rehabilitation focused on active mobilization may posit...

Macrophage-mediated Inflammation in White Adipose Tissue and Non-alcoholic Fatty Liver Disease.

Non-alcoholic fatty liver disease (NAFLD) is present in one third of the population and due to its potential to cause irreversible liver damage and liver cancer, it is a significant health burden. There is a strong link between obesity and NALFD. As fat accumulates, the body is unable to process it, leading to unhealthy fat metabolism. Currently, other than lifestyle measures and better control of Type 2 Diabetes Mellitus (T2DM) with medication, there is no drug that can preven...

Epidemiology of Oral and Maxillofacial Trauma in Province 2, Nepal

Trauma is one of the leading causes of death among people under 40 years of age, the causes are numerous but the majorities are involved in road traffic accidents (RTA). The oral and maxillofacial injuries are the common presentation of hospitals either as an isolated injury ( 50%) and rest 20-30% are associated with multiple injuries to the head, neck, chest, abdomen and extremities. These injuries may cause serious functional, psychological, physical, and cosmetic disabilitie...

Research Study to Investigate How a Study Medicine (NNC9204- 1177) Affects Blood Levels of Other Medicines in Healthy People

The study looks at how the study medicine (NNC9204-1177) affects other medicines in the body. Participants will get the study medicine and 5 other medicines which have all been approved by the authorities. Participants will get 1 injection of the study medicine each week for 11 weeks. The study medicine is injected under the skin in the stomach area. All injections will be given by study staff. Participants will get 5 medicines as tablets, capsules or syrup to be taken with wat...

Non- Inferiority Fractional-doses Trial for Yellow Fever Vaccine

In the recent past there has been a number of large urban Yellow Fever outbreaks in sub-Saharan Africa, tropical South Americas, The demand for Yellow Fever vaccines in response to the large urban outbreaks occurring concurrently and the risk of further spread through Africa and to Asia was larger than the available global supply. In this situation, the World Health Organisation (WHO) developed recommendations for the use of fractional doses of Yellow Fever vaccine as a dose-sp...


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