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Cardiopulmonary Outcomes and Household Air Pollution Trial

The purpose of this randomized controlled field trial is to determine whether a liquefied petroleum gas (LPG) stove and fuel distribution intervention reduces personal and kitchen exposure to household air pollutants and improves cardiopulmonary health outcomes when compared to usual cooking practices with open-fire biomass-burning stoves in adult women aged 25-64 years.


Evaluation of the Population-level Impact of PMTCT Option B+ in Zimbabwe

This study evaluates the impact of Zimbabwe's program for the prevention of mother-to-child HIV transmission (PMTCT) on vertical transmission of HIV infection and HIV-free survival among infants exposed to HIV. The study will test the hypothesis that the accelerated PMTCT program in Zimbabwe will result in fewer new HIV infections in infants and will increase infant survival.

Social Capital and Engagement in Care Among Young Black Men Who Have Sex With Men Living With HIV

The study is a randomized controlled trial to evaluate the social capital intervention versus a general health promotion intervention (Health for Life; H4L) among groups of Young black men who have sex with men (YBMSM) and to measure the social capital and engagement in care with the HIV-positive YBMSM at 3 and 9 months.


Slipped Capital Femoral Epiphysis Treatment

Slipped capital femoral epiphysis represents approximately 10.8 cases per 100,000 children. The primary source for the blood supply of the head of the femur is the deep branch of the medial femoral circumflex artery. Loder described a classification for Slipped capital femoral epiphysis based on ability of the child to walk or not(walking=stable, non-walking=unstable).

The TracTOR (Tracking and Tracing Operations Research) Study -- Zimbabwe

This study evaluates the effectiveness of an enhanced package of support for activities described in the "Standard Operating Procedures (SOP) for Patient Tracing in Health Facilities in Zimbabwe". This package is intended to increase the effectiveness of active patient tracing activities by developing tools, providing mentorship and implementing systematic review of processes to improve communication, coordination, and supervision between community health workers and facility-...

Effects of Training Caregivers on the Outcomes of Stroke Survivors and Caregivers in Zimbabwe

The burden of stroke has continued to increase in Zimbabwe in the last 3 decades. resulting in increased burden of care. Caregivers who had cared for survivors for periods exceeding 3 months indicated desire to be taught about basic care before they were discharged from hospital and a curriculum of training based on a targeted needs analysis was developed. One arm of the study will receive caregivers training as the intervention and the other arm will be the control. The outcom...

A Field Experiment to Assess the Demand for HIV Self-Tests in Zimbabwe

We will conduct a field experiment in peri-urban and rural communities near Harare, Zimbabwe, to estimate the likelihood that individuals will purchase HIV self-tests under various pricing and distribution strategies. About 4,000 adults will be randomly selected, administered a short questionnaire, and given vouchers that will offer them HIV self-tests at randomly allocated prices and distribution sites. We will also test whether the provision of HIV self-tests can be targeted ...

Fortified Milk, Growth and Micronutrient Status in Mexican Toddlers (MilkGrowth)

The objective of the present study was to assess the effect of a growing-up milk on growth and micronutrient status in children 12 to 30 months of age. The study was conducted in Cuernavaca, the state capital of Morelos, Mexico. The investigators included children who attended day-care centers. These day- care centers are part of a national government program which main objective is to support working mothers and those who intend to work and do not have access to a health serv...

The Montreal Neighbourhood Networks and Healthy Aging Panel

Social networks, social capital, i.e., network-accessed resources, and neighbourhood environments have been shown associated with a range of health behaviours and conditions, including obesity, physical activity, nutrition, and mental health. Research on social capital and health in Montreal has shown the importance of network social capital for a person's subjective health status, sense of control, self-reported physical activity, and obesity. Research has also shown high soci...

"Gait and Balance in Patients With SCFE"

Slipped Capital Femoral Epiphysis (SCFE) treated with one screw in situ fixation results in an altered gait. It is thought that the protraction of the pelvis at the affected side, seen in patients with unilateral stable SCFE, is a compensatory mechanism to reduce out-toeing and thereby improve foot positioning during gait. This study will evaluate this hypothesis since only a few studies are conducted evaluating gait in treated SCFE. It is also thought that this pathology resul...

MRSA Colonization and Control in the Dallas County Jail

The goal of this 3-year project is to control the spread of community-associated methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus (CA-MRSA) in the Dallas County Jail. CA-MRSA is a bacterium spreading rapidly through healthy populations and becoming an epidemic in many regions of the U.S. Many people in the community are asymptomatically colonized by MRSA. There have been outbreaks of MRSA infections at prisons and jails. We will study the spread of MRSA in the jail to better unders...

Prospective Study on a Novel Port-site Closure Device (EZ Close): Effectiveness and Comparison With Carter-Thomason

This study aims to evaluate the efficacy and safety of a novel port-site closure device (EZ Close) by comparing it with the Carter-Thomason device.

Clinical Outcome After Close Rectal Ileo Pouch Anal Anastomosis for Colitis Ulcerosa(CU)

The purpose of this study is to investigate a new technique: Close Rectal Dissection (CRD) as restorative surgery for Ulcerative Colitis patients: the Close Rectal Ileo Pouch Anal Anastomosis (CR-IPAA). Clinical outcome and quality of life will be compared to the conventional Ileo Pouch Anal Anastomosis (C-IPAA) and the Ileo Neo Rectal Anastomosis (INRA).

Text-based Follow-up in Zimbabwe's Voluntary Medical Male Circumcision Program

Voluntary medical male circumcision (VMMC) in sub-Saharan Africa is safe: the average rate of moderate and severe adverse events (AEs) at the country level is 0.8%, corresponding to 99% of men healing without incident. To reach the global target of 20 million by 2018, VMMC productivity needs to double in countries already plagued by severe healthcare worker shortages like Zimbabwe. The ZAZIC consortium partners with the Zimbabwe Ministry of Health and Child Care (MoHCC) and per...

Social Inequalities in Emergency Call and Emergency Response Patterns

Background: Inequality in access to healthcare is a challenge internationally. Despite that medical emergency calls can be considered as access point to pre-hospital emergency care and hospital admission in emergency situations, no data on inequality in access to healthcare through emergency calls is reported in the international literature. Study aims: The aim of this study is two-fold: 1. to evaluate the association between socio-economic characteristics of ...

Phone-based Intervention Under Nurse Guidance After Stroke

This research seeks to develop a culturally-acceptable, effective, and sustainable way of utilizing the rapidly growing penetration of mobile phones among people in Sub-Saharan Africa (SSA), to improve the currently poor control of hypertension among patients at high risk for future stroke. It also aims to develop human capital in SSA to conduct locally-relevant, high-quality stroke research in the future. Specifically, this study will preliminarily test a strategy that incorpo...

Operations Research of the 'Real World' Effectiveness of Multi-Month Dispensing of ART for Stable Patients in CARGs in Zimbabwe

This study aims to evaluate the effectiveness of two strategies for multi-month dispensing (MMD) of ART in Community ART Refill Groups (CARGs) on retention, virologic suppression, and cost compared to standard of care. This study is a three-arm cluster-randomized controlled trial conducted among 5,760 stable HIV-positive patients) in Zimbabwe to compare outcomes of three antiretroviral therapy (ART) dispensing models. Outcomes of retention in care, virologic suppression, and c...

New Management Strategy of PDA for VLBW Preterm Infants

Patent ductus arteriosus (PDA) is one of the most common complications in premature infants. Successful pharmacological closure of PDA with indomethacin was first reported in 1976. Since then indomethacin treatment has become the standard or prophylactic treatment for clinically significant PDA in premature infants. Clinically there is a high incidence of complications associated with indomethacin treatment, including hypoglycemia, necrotizing enterocolitis, GI bleeding, extens...

Problem Management Plus for Entrepreneurs

Conflict and unrest over three decades has resulted in significant economic decline in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa (KP) and Federally Administered Tribal Areas (FATA) of Pakistan and these now rank among the poorest regions in the country. The 2009-10 insurgency and subsequent security operations affected both regions and displaced an estimated 2 million people. The severe damage to infrastructure and livelihoods negatively impacted the social and economic fabric of the entire region. A...

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Accuvein Versus Standard Care for Intravenous Cannulation Procedure in Children

Peripheral intravenous cannulation is one of the most common procedures performed in children admitted to hospital. It is a painful and anxiety-provoking gesture for children with possible memorization of the pain even more present for patients with chronic pathology. Nevertheless, this care is essential to administer the treatments. The cannulation is usually set up by the observation and touching of the veins by the nurse. However, this technique is often insufficient in you...

Evaluation of the PrePex Device for Rapid Scale-up of VMMC, Phase 3 Field Implementation Trial With HIV + Adult Males

This study will assess the safety of the PrePex device as applied to HIV positive men by assessing the rate of clinical adverse events. The study will include adult, HIV + men who are eligible to receive the PrePex procedure per the Zimbabwe Ministry of Health and Child Care (MOHCC) eligibility criteria.

Combination of Acetaminophen and Ibuprofen in the Management of Patent Ductus Arteriosus

Patent ductus arteriosus or PDA is a blood vessel that connects the right and left side of the heart that usually closes after birth but remains open in some premature infants born before 30 weeks' gestation. When this blood vessel remains open for a long time, it may cause problems such as bleeding in the lung and brain, lung injury due to prolonged need of ventilator, and poor kidney function. It sometimes becomes necessary to close this blood vessel in the preterm infant. Cu...

Community-Based Peer Facilitator Intervention

The goal of this community randomized operations research study was to evaluate the effect of a peer-facilitated community support group intervention on uptake of maternal and neonatal child health (MNCH) and PMTCT services and on adherence outcomes in Zimbabwe.

Occurrence and Trend of Pregnancies Growing Outside the Womb (Ectopic Pregnancy) 2009-2018. A Study on a Defined Group of Persons

In this trial researchers want to learn more about the occurrence of pregnancies growing outside the womb over the last decade (2009-2018) and the potential risk factors associated with pregnancies growing outside the womb. Electronic data in women who were age 15 to 44 years abstracted from health care systems such as electronic health records (EHR), regional claims systems and administrative databases were used to address research questions on ... - occurrence and trends ...

Orphans and Vulnerable Children Risk Screening Tool Research Study (Zimbabwe)

Investigators propose to assess the sensitivity, specificity, positive and negative predictive value of an HIV Risk Screening Tool in identifying the risk of being HIV-infected among Orphans and Vulnerable Children (OVC) aged 2-18 years in a community setting.


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