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Safety and Clinical Effectiveness of Pipeline™ Shield Devices for Intracranial Aneurysms

This observational, retrospective, single-arm, multi-centre cohort study will use real-world data (RWD) to develop real-world evidence (RWE) of the safety and clinical effectiveness of the Pipeline™ Flex Embolization Device with Shield Technology™ in Australian patients that have received a flow diversion device to treat an intracranial aneurysm (IA). The medical records from 500 procedures completed at Gold Coast University Hospital in Queensland (QLD), Prince of Wales Hos...

Assessment of Myocardial Disease in Man Using Novel Non-invasive Diagnostic Tools

This study will be testing two devices which are designed to detect cardiovascular disease in patients as early as possible. As there are now many therapies to prevent and treat this condition it is believed that detecting it early will help reduce the burden of the disease and permit more effective treatment. The two devices the investigators are testing are the ViScope developed by HD Medical and a device developed by CSIRO. Both of these devices are simple, non-invasive a...

Critical Handling Errors With DPI Use That May Influence Correct Inhalation and Drug Uptake-delivery, in Asthma and COPD Patients.

Primary: Study Primary Objectives: 1. Assessment of devices (Elpenhaler®, Turbuhaler®, Diskus®) on critical errors that may influence correct inhalation and drug uptake-delivery, in asthma and COPD patients (real life evaluation) Secondary: 1. Collection of sociodemographic, safety and efficacy data 2. Assessment and comparison of patient satisfaction on device use (Elpenhaler® or Turbuhaler®or Diskus®) 3. Report of most frequent ...

Coated Devices to Decrease Infection in the Intensive Care Unit

Pilot explanatory, randomized, open label, controlled trial. Critically ill patients which will demand placement of invasive devices for organ support (endotracheal tube, central venous catheter and urinary Foley catheter) will be randomized 1:1 to receive coated (Bactiguard®) or habitual (non-coated) devices.

Test and Evaluation of Non-Invasive Neuro-Assessment Devices (NINAD: Neurokinetics, Inc, iPAS

The long term goal for the Traumatic Injury Research Program (TIRP) is testing of novel devices for the identification and longitudinal assessment of traumatic brain injury (TBI). DoD (United States Department of Defense) has now tasked TIRP with the test and evaluation of these devices to assess reliability and validity. The objective of this effort is to test the reliability of the NKI, Inc, (NeuroKinetics, Inc) i-PAS device using a test/re-test protocol with healthy controls...

Clinical Validation of New Commercial Sleep Monitoring Devices

This study seeks to validate three new commercial sleep monitoring devices: Fitbit, Jawbone UP, and Microsoft Band by comparison against concurrent polysomnography (PSG), which is considered the gold standard for sleep assessment. This research is being done because if proven to accurately analyze sleep,these devices may make conducting in-home sleep studies easier and more affordable in the future.

Adjustment Exploratory Protocols and Functional Evaluation of New Non Invasive Devices in Healthy Volunteers

Parameters, sequences or paradigms optimisation in view of data quality and relevancy improvement.


Sequential Compression Devices Effect on Fibrinolysis in Plastic Surgery Outpatients

This study investigates a possible fibrinolytic effect of sequential compression devices (SCDs). These devices have been used for decades to reduce risk of deep venous thrombosis (DVT). However, a randomized study in plastic surgery outpatients has not been done. This study is undertaken to remedy that deficiency in our knowledge base.

The EASE Study - Human Factor and Usability Testing of a Binocular OCT System

Ophthalmology is among the most technology driven of all medical specialties, with advanced medical imaging devices - and specialised computer software - increasingly adopted for routine clinical use. While many such devices are capable of completing specific tasks, lack of "usability" prevents their widespread adoption (i.e., such devices are not easy to learn and remember, or are not efficient or subjectively pleasing to use). Moreover, devices that are difficult to use expos...

Transvenous Lead Removal Post-Market Clinical Study

This prospective, multicenter, post-market clinical study was designed to evaluate the outcomes of lead extraction of cardiovascular implantable electronic devices (CIED) using Cook catheter and lead extraction devices for any indication it is used in the commercial setting within the United States and Europe. The purpose of this clinical study is to collect data on the performance of the Cook lead extraction devices for the purpose of supporting publications and presentations

A Novel Healthcare Information Technology Tool to Improve Care in Patients With Atrial Fibrillation

Patients with implantable heart devices including pacemakers, defibrillators, and cardiac monitors may not seek regular medical care related to their implanted devices. These devices are capable of detecting abnormal heart rhythms or other device abnormalities that may benefit from clinical action or oversight. A novel healthcare information technology has been developed and is being implemented clinically for screening of patients with cardiac rhythm devices who seek care in t...

Effects of External Leg Compression Devices on Healing and Blood Clotting

This study aims to compare two different external calf compression devices applied in healthy individuals. These devices are commonly used in medical care in order to prevent the formation of blood clots, for example during immobilization after surgery. We aim to comfirm the effects of external cyclic compression on healing and blood clotting and also to identify the one which is more effective.

Glottic View Using Supraglottic Devices in Pediatric Patients

Endotracheal intubation is the gold standard for securing the airway. However, while managing patients with difficult airways, various supraglottic devices have been used as rescue airway devices. The aim of this study is to compare the fiberoptic view through the internal aspect of the i-gel versus the Air-Q LMA in pediatric patients. By examining the fiberoptic view through these two devices, the investigators will determine which device provides a clearer passage to the glot...

A Comparison of Accelerometers for Measuring Daily Activity in Sarcoid

This cross-over study of 12 patients with sarcoidosis will look at two different widely-used accelerometer devices. These devices are wrist worn and similar in size to a wrist-watch. They measure daily activity levels. The investigators hope to use one of these devices in the future within a randomised-controlled trial looking at using methylphenidate for the treatment of sarcoidosis-associated fatigue. In order to ensure that the investigators choose the ideal device the inves...

Participatory Organizational Intervention for Improved Use of Assistive Devices for Patient Handling

Epidemiological studies have shown that patient transfer is a risk factor for back pain, back injuries and long term sickness absence, whereas consistent use of assistive devices during patient transfer is associated with reduced risk of back injury. In consequence, Danish hospitals have made great efforts to increase knowledge, availability and use of assistive devices to reduce work-related physical strain due to patient transfer. Yet, a recent survey among more than 300 nurs...

Satisfaction With Placement of Implantable Venous Access Devices in Patients With Solid Tumors

RATIONALE: Gathering information about patients with solid tumors who have implantable venous access devices may help doctors learn more about patient satisfaction. PURPOSE: This phase I trial is studying satisfaction with placement of implantable venous access devices in patients with solid tumors.

Comparison of Static Air Support Devices (Repose®) and Alternating-Pressure Devices in the Prevention of Pressure Ulcers

Maintaining and improving skin health are major goals in acute and long-term care. Patients at the extremes of age, the critically ill, medically compromised and those with immobility are at risk for developing several skin disorders, with pressure ulcers (PUs) as one of the most common and mostly preventable ones. Prevalence figures of PUs vary between 6.4% and 31.4%. PUs are described as localised injuries to the skin and/or underlying tissue, usually over a bony prominence, ...

Evaluation of the Auryzon Devices in the Optimization of Ear and Nose Reconstruction Procedures

This study evaluates the efficacy of the AuryzoN devices in the ear and nose reconstruction surgeries, both in terms of operative time and overall quality of reconstruction. Research participants will undergo reconstruction either using the AuryzoN device or through current methods (traditional manual processing) at the discretion of their surgeon prior to the start of surgery.

Constructed Education Based on New Glucose Management Devices in Patients With T1DM

Continuous glucose monitoring (CGM) and insulin pump, a new medical device, have been proved and highly recommended in the treatment of type 1 diabetes patients worldwide, and related technology development and market are growing rapidly. In order to maximize the medical and socioeconomic effects of the latest blood glucose devices including CGM and insulin pump, constructed education is neccessary. In this study, we will develop patient-oriented constructed education for pati...

Energy Devices for Rejuvenation

Non-ablative and ablative devices are the most commonly used minimally-invasive treatments for skin rejuvenation. Current devices on the market for rejuvenation include the lasers such as the Fraxel Restore, the Halo, the Helios III, the Pico, the ThermiVa and the DiVa which have all been shown to have efficacy for the rejuvenation of the face, décolletage, hands and vagina. In this study we propose to compare the efficacy and side effect profile of these devices for skin reju...

CGM Precision and Glycaemic Variability

Use of devices for continuous monitoring of the blood sugar is valuable for people with diabetes to understand their disease and to help prevent low blood sugar. Furthermore, continuous monitoring should be used in drug development to evaluate efficacy and safety. However, the devices have been criticised for being too inaccurate. This investigation sought to reveal the inaccuracies of current devices and to assess the subsequent usability related to the mentioned use cases.

Oral Fluid Screening Devices

This research includes the evaluation of a checklist and on-site screening devices to pre-select drivers suspected of being drug-impaired. The reliability of a limited number of promising on-site screening devices will be investigated. The devices tested will have to be promising regarding both reliability and practicality. In addition to the scientific evaluation of the checklist and the oral fluid screening devices, the time consumption of the selection procedure as a whole (...

Randomized Comparative Study Between Classic Laryngeal Mask Airway and I Gel Airway in Obese Patients Having BMI 35-40 During Elective Non Abdominal Surgery.

Invistigators study both supraglottic airway devices; the classic LMA and the I GEL mask are satisfactory devices providing high airway leaking pressures. Although both devices provide high airway leaking pressures, Invistigators study revealed that the I gel mask provides a better seal with the glottic aperture and shorter time of insertion than cLMA. Both devices showed also effective ventilation, more hemodynamic stability and no episode of hypoxia with minimal post-operativ...

Mobile Health in Structural Heart Disease

The primary objective of this investigation was to assess the impact of new mobile health devices on health outcomes among patients with rheumatic and structural heart disease in a resource limited area. To achieve this aim the investigators utilized smartphone-connected devices such as the smartphone-ECG, activity monitors, connected blood pressure devices and pocket-sized and handheld ultrasound. The main question asked in this investigation is if mobile health assessments ac...

Adjustment Exploratory Protocols and Functional Evaluation of New Non Invasive Devices in Patient Volunteers

Parameters, sequences or paradigms optimisation in view of data quality and relevancy improvement.

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