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19:24 EDT 21st October 2017 | BioPortfolio

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Animal Allergy in Korean Pet Owners, Pet-related Industry Workers, and Laboratory Animal Reseachers

We investigated the prevalence of animal allergy and sensitization to animal allergen among participants in international symposium of Korean association for laboratory science (laboratory animal researchers) and companion animal exhibition (pet owner and pet-related industry workers).


Clinical Research Outside of Teaching Hospitals (RECHNONU)

The very most part of clinical research in France takes place in teaching hospitals. Advantages to develop it in others hospitals are numerous: access to innovative treatments, improvement of healthcare quality, hospitals' attractiveness, increased inclusion rates and reduced selection bias. The objectives of the study are to report the current situation of clinical research outside of teaching hospitals in France.

Animal Allergy in Korean Veterinary Researcher

The investigators will evaluate sensitization to animal allergens and allergic symptom during contacting animal allergens in Korean veterinary researchers who attend their annual conference. The investigators will compare sensitization to animal allergen and other clinical and occupational factors between subjects who suffer from allergic symptom during contacting animal and those who do not.


Antibiotic Stewardship in Small Hospitals

Core elements of effective antibiotic stewardship programs (ASPs) have been identified and evidence-based guidelines have been developed for implementation. The majority of the evidence used for these guidelines are from published studies on the effectiveness of ASPs in large academic or large community hospitals. A significant portion of healthcare in the United States, however, takes place in small hospitals. In 2015, 73% of US hospitals had < 200 beds (4,057 hospitals) and a...

Effect of Plant and Animal Proteins on Biomarkers of Colorectal Cancer and Type 2 Diabetes in Healthy Adults (ScenoProt)

The aim of this study is to investigate the effects of dietary plant and animal proteins on gut metabolism and markers for colorectal cancer as well as blood protein metabolites and markers for type 2 diabetes in healthy adults. The study participants will be stratified into three groups with different protein composition in diets: 1) animal 70%/plant 30%; 2) animal 50%/plant 50% and 3) animal 30%/plant 70%. The participants will get part of their diet as ready foods or raw mat...

Effects of Animal-assisted Therapy on Brain-injured Patients

The purpose is to investigate whether animal-assisted therapy has positive biopsychosocial effects on patients with brain injuries. This study investigates the short-term biopsychosocial effects that occur when animals are present during therapy sessions in comparison to therapy sessions without animals, observing a group of 25 patients over 24 therapy sessions. While half of the sessions are held in presence of an animal and half without, they are as comparable as possible wit...

Effects of Animal Assisted Therapy on Patients With Severe Disorders of Consciousness

The study investigates the effects of animal-assisted therapy on patients with severe disorders of consciousness. The focus lies on the short-term biopsychosocial effects that occur when animals are present during therapy sessions in comparison to therapy sessions without animals, observing a group of 10 patients during 16 therapy sessions. While half of the sessions are held in presence of an animal and half without, they are as comparable as possible with respect to content ...

Helping Mothers Select Better Childbirth Hospitals

The investigators aim to conduct a randomized controlled trial of women who are pregnant or considering pregnancy to understand whether women provided with specific data on hospital-level cesarean delivery rates are more likely to select higher quality hospitals, defined as hospitals with cesarean delivery rates below the Federal HealthyPeople 2020 target of 23.9%.

A Pilot Study Investigating the Effect of Omalizumab (Xolair) in Work-Related Animal Induced Asthma

Management of animal induced occupational asthma is mainly avoidance, but this is not feasible for many occupations. Treatment with avoidance and conventional treatment is also not always successful. Omalizumab is FDA approved for the treatment of allergic asthma and may be effective at reducing symptoms and disease progression in the animal handlers population.

Animal Assisted Therapy Intervention for Hospitalized Patients in a Tertiary Care Center

The purpose of this study is to evaluate the common symptoms leading to an Animal Assisted Therapy consult, and to measure its (AAT) influence on the symptoms and feelings of hospitalized patients.

Animal-assisted Therapy in Pediatric Surgery: Post-operative Benefits

The relationship between human beings and animals, especially dogs, has existed for thousands of years. Historically, animals have held an important role in this relationship as they provide company, stimulus and motivation. Animals are excellent company, since their visitation they do not discriminate or segregate any person, that is, they are free of prejudice. In spite of the long-lasting presence of companion animals in human life, the idea that interaction with anim...

Animal-Assisted Therapy for Hospitalized Heart Failure Patients

Effects of complementary therapies on heart failure, a leading cause of hospitalization, are unknown. Animal-assisted therapy improves physiological and psychosocial variables in healthy and hypertensive subjects. The purpose of this study was to determine whether a 12-minute hospital visit with a therapy dog improves hemodynamics, lowers neurohormone levels, and decreases state anxiety in patients hospitalized with heart failure.

Evaluation of Immediate Postpartum LARC Implementation Programs

This study will engage hospitals working with the New Mexico Perinatal Collaborative (NMPC) on implementing immediate postpartum long-acting reversible contraception programs. All hospitals in New Mexico interested in implementing immediate postpartum LARC programs will be eligible to participate in the NPMC program evaluation. The study will evaluate the components of this implementation program at several New Mexico hospitals using a stepped wedge design,with components being...

Effect of Enhanced Feedback to Hospitals in an Emerging Clinical Information Network

A cluster randomised pragmatic trial will be conducted within an emerging clinical information network composed of 12 Kenyan county hospitals. Hospitals will be randomised to an enhanced feedback intervention delivered over a six month period and compared to standard feedback. The trial to be implemented during a phase of implementing change in guideline recommendations for pneumonia will assess the impact of enhanced feedback on hospital uptake of the revised pneumonia treatme...

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Prevalence of Acute-On-Chronic Liver Failure in Zagazig University Hospitals

Rationale: To identify the prevalence of Acute-on-chronic liver failure in Zagazig University Hospitals. The question of the research: How much the prevalence of Acute-on-chronic Liver Failure in Zagazig University Hospitals? The aim of the work: The aim of the study is to identify the presence of Acute-on-chronic Liver Failure in Zagazig University Hospitals Objectives: To estimate the prevalence of Acute-on-chronic Liver Failure in Zagazig Unive...

First Line Antimicrobials in Children With Complicated Severe Acute Malnutrition

Children with severe malnutrition who are admitted sick to hospitals have a high mortality(death rate), usually because of infection. All children with severe malnutrition admitted to hospitals are treated with antibiotics(medication used to kill bacteria). However, the current antibiotics used in hospitals may not be the most effective. It is possible that the antibiotics that are currently used after initial antibiotics should be used first. No studies have been carried out t...

Inpatient Physical Activity Function Through Enhanced Participation Levels in Animal-Assisted Therapy Programs

Thousands of canines are used for therapy in health care centers throughout the United States as part of a volunteer therapy team, yet little is known about the outcomes provided by these teams. Although many studies have been published, few used randomized, controlled formats to identify whether canine therapy has an impact and any mechanisms by which any impact may occur. The purpose of this study is use a randomized, controlled setup for canine animal-assisted therapy (AAT) ...

Is There a Difference in the Mortality Prediction Performance of Two ICISS Approaches for Trauma Patients Admitted to Hospitals in Urban India?

This study aims to compare the predictive performance of two different approaches of the international classification of disease injury severity score (ICISS) using data from four public university hospitals in urban India.

A Study of the Efficacy of the Code Stroke in Spain

Code Stroke is a system for the rapid identification, pre-notification and transport of acute ischemic stroke patients. The objective of this study was to define quality indicators and to compare treatment outcomes in hospitals where Code Stroke has been implemented and hospitals without the use of Code Stroke (control patients).

A Nation-wide Hospital-based Hepatitis B Registry:China Registry of Hepatitis B

CR-HepB registry started in June 30,2012 to collect HBV cases from general hospitals or specialized hospitals for infectious diseases in mainland China. Demographics, diagnosis, laboratory test results, family history and prescriptions were recorded. The main criteria for registration is HBsAg-positivity more than 6 months, and these patients will receive followed-up visits every three to six months.

Predictors of Rates of Resistant Gram-Negative Bacteria

Antibiotic resistance in gram-negative bacteria continues to increase in US hospitals. This comes at a time when there are few new drugs in development that are active for these resistant organisms. The implication is that we must learn to use the drugs that we have more wisely and develop new strategies that will preserve existing agents. Antimicrobial "stewardship" programs are one strategy that many hospitals are adopting to improve the quality of antimicrobial use. The goa...

Post ICU Follow up: A Questionnaire Survey of Aftercare in Denmark

This study aims to investigate current aftercare activities in Denmark after intensive care unit (ICU) treatment. The hypothesis is that a large number of hospitals offer aftercare, and these interventions are heterogenic and differ between hospitals and regions. This study is an electronic questionnaire survey that aim to describe and map Danish aftercare activities, and future development plans in this field.

Chinese Liver Cancer Clinical Survey

In order to make better use of clinical resources of the real world, strengthen the standardization of PLC diagnosis and treatment, and constantly improve the academic level of liver cancer in China, we intends to launch "Chinese Liver Cancer clinical Survey" project in cancer specialized hospitals and large general hospitals and to explore the best clinical pathway of PLC multidisciplinary consultation.

Breastfeeding Practice Evaluation in Taiwan

This project aims to analyze and compare the prevalence of breastfeeding at one hour after delivery, discharge from hospital, one month, two months, four months, and six months after delivery and to examine factors associated with breastfeeding between baby-friendly hospitals and non baby-friendly ones. Employing a prospective cohort design, the study population is mothers who gave lived births in Taiwan area from August, 2009 to March, 2010. At least 11 hospitals both in non...

The International ITP Registry

Primary immune thrombocytopenia (ITP) is an uncommon disease characterised by a low platelet count, which may cause the patient to have a higher risk or increased duration of bleeding. Individual hospitals only encounter a small number of ITP patients each year which makes it difficult to study this disease. By creating this disease registry, we will be able to build a more complete picture of ITP, including treatment practices, through collecting information about the conditio...


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