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The Feasibility Study of Recognition of Cardiac Arrest Using a Smart Watch

In this study, we want to find out whether the recognition of cardiac arrest using a smart watch is feasible or not. If this idea is possible, the recognition of cardiac arrest using the smart watch is easy and fast to the witness, like a general person. By using the smart watch, the emergency response system for cardiac arrest and the bystander CPR or BLS is beginning earlier than using conventional cardiac arrest recognition method in field.

Improving STEM Outcomes for Young Children With Language Learning Disabilities

The sophisticated language of science can be a barrier to Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math (STEM) learning, especially for children who have specific language impairment (SLI). The purpose of this randomized controlled trial is to test vocabulary and grammar interventions embedded in a small-group inquiry-based science instruction for their potential to ameliorate language deficits that impede science learning. Participants will be 54 kindergartners with SLI. Proximal...

Efficacy Study of the OV-Watch™ Personal Fertility Monitor for Women Using Clomiphene Citrate.

The purpose of this study is to evaluate the effectiveness of the OV-Watch to predict ovulation while women are taking clomiphene citrate.

A Study to Assess the Usability of the Embrace Seizure Detection Watch in Children and Young Adults With Dravet Syndrome

This is a sub-study to ZX008-1503. Subjects will be fitted with an Embrace seizure detection watch and seizures detected by the watch will be compared to those entered into an electronic seizure diary.

Continuous Data Collection and Analysis for Stroke Prevention Using a Wearable Sensor

The purpose of this study is to determine whether a wristband that detects your pulse can detect your heart rate and rhythm similar to electrocardiograms (ECG).

Next Science Antimicrobial Mouth Rinse Study

To assess the effect of a test antimicrobial oral rinse from Next Science on the prevention of oral biofilm formation and thereby preventing gingivitis by monitoring the oral microbial flora and measuring gingival inflammation and bleeding.

Six Months Evaluation of Next Science Acne Creams on Facial Acne in Adult Females.

To assess facial acne vulgaris clinical and psychological outcomes by measuring differences in lesions counts, investigator global assessment, and subjects quality of life scores over 6 months in adult females treated with Next Science™ acne cream 2x or Next Science™ acne cream 1x in a double blind manner.

The Brain Changes in Sleep Apnea Study

Sleep is critical to human health, but insufficient and disrupted sleep caused by sleep apnea are common and have a major impact on brain health. However, there is still much that is not known about how sleep apnea damages the brain and what can be done to fix this. The Brain Changes in Sleep Apnea Study will look at the brain health of people with severe sleep apnea both before and after 4 months of treatment with a CPAP machine. Pre- and post-CPAP treatment, 80 participants w...

eOnOff - D1 Extension

Clinical assessments can only offer a snapshot of daily life with Parkinson's Disease, while wearable devices can offer immensely more information that can improve the understanding of this disease. With recent advancements in technology, investigators are now able to use watch-like devices to more effectively measure the symptoms of Parkinson's Disease outside of the doctor's office. The present study is designed to evaluate the usability, applicability, and interpretability o...

Activity Therapy After Kidney Transplant

To combat post-transplant weight gain, we seek to expand Stanford Kidney Transplant's multidisciplinary platform to include physical activity monitoring and coaching using the Apple Watch.

Cerebral Reorganization in Schizophrenia

The purpose of this study is to reveal the specific effects of computer-aided cognitive training on cerebral reorganization in schizophrenia

Using Focus Groups to Assess the Impact of Environmental Health Science Programs for K-12 Educational Community

The MIDAS Project (Models of Implementation and Dissemination of Environmental Health and Science Across Subjects) Assessment Objectives: - Determine whether students are aware of the MIDAS Project. - Identify strengths and weaknesses of MIDAS Project components including: integrated environmental health and science (EHS) curricula, field experiences, seminars and student projects. - Assess career interests and intended courses of study at the colle...

Wearable Exercise Trackers in Cancer Rehabilitation

The goal of this research study is to learn how useful a wearable exercise tracker watch is to monitor participant's physical activity and learn if it can help to increase participant's physical activity.

Comparison of Two Neuromuscular Transmission Monitors Based on Acceleromyography: TOF-Watch SX® and TOFScan®

The purpose is to evaluate the reproducibility of neuromuscular monitoring data of recovery from neuromuscular blockade, obtained with TOFScan® and TOF-Watch SX®, in adult and pediatric population. Secondary purposes are to evaluate the reproducibility of data obtained with 2 monitors for: - the onset of clinical action of curare: suppression of the first response of train of four monitoring (T1) of 95% initial value - the duration of clinical action of cu...

Breast Health in Chinese American Women

This four-and-a-half-year study will test the efficacy of viewing a theoretically based and culturally sensitive video followed by group discussion (vs. single viewing) in increasing mammography use. The results of this study will lead cancer control efforts to effectively decrease breast cancer screening disparities experienced by Chinese-America women.

The Impact of Familiarity and Emotional Attachment on the Visual Processing of Faces

This study uses functional magnetic resonance imaging (fMRI) to look at brain activity while patients view pictures of people's faces that they are familiar with or have emotional attachment to. The functional MRI (fMRI) procedure allows researchers to "see the brain at work." It uses the same powerful magnetic fields and weak electromagnetic radiation (radiowaves) as standard structural MRI. However, functional MRI can also show areas of increased blood flow, which rel...

Evaluation of VA's Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI) Clinical Reminder and Comprehensive TBI Evaluation

The purpose of the proposed study is to determine the clinical validity and reliability of the VA's Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI) Clinical Reminder and the Comprehensive TBI Evaluation used to screen for mild traumatic brain injury. Examining the reliability of the two screens will determine whether they are dependable. Verifying the clinical validity is important because valid screening and evaluation of mild TBI leads to accurate diagnosis and timely treatment. Accurate screen...

A Biofeedback Intervention for the Prevention of Challenging Behaviour

This study aims to explore whether feedback from a physical monitoring device (electronic watch) to prompt patients to use an anxiety management strategy can help prevent challenging behaviour.

Transforming Robot-mediated Telerehabilitation: Citizen Science for Rehabilitation

The purpose of this study is to advance upper limb RMTR for patients recovering from stroke by empowering them through active science participation. By varying the tasks' features and affordances of a platform that combines a low-cost haptic device on one hand, and an online citizen science platform on the other, investigators will evaluate different strategies for social telerehabilitation. the two fundamental modes of social interaction — competition and cooperation — in ...

Water Oxygenation and Brain Activity

The primary purpose of this interventional, placebo controlled, crossover, double blind, basic science exploratory study is to investigate whether there is a difference in brain electrophysiological oscillatory activity in healthy adults before and after oral consumption of water containing very small bubbles of oxygen (electrokinetically modified water).

Enhancing Motor Task Training by Action Observation Watching Others Perform the Task

This study will determine how the brain learns a new motor task when the subject practices the task and watches others perform it (action observation) at the same time. Healthy normal volunteers between 18 and 55 years of age may be eligible for this study. Candidates are screened with a medical history, general and neurological exam, and a brain MRI if one has not been done within 12 months of entering the study. Participants undergo one or both of the following experiments: ...

Adenotonsillectomy Postoperative Parental Teaching Tool

The study will involve parents filling out a survey before & after watching a teaching tool video ( in addition to standard post-op teaching. The parents randomized to the video arms will watch the video while their child is in the OR and then either take the post survey immediately after or wait to take the survey until just prior to discharge. Parents not in the video arms of the study will also be asked to complete a survey pre and...

D2D Normative Data for Cognitive Assessments: Phase 1

This is a remote observational study in which participants will complete cognitive assessments developed by Posit Science. Participants will be healthy controls aged 18-65 with reliable internet access and a device that they can use to access the assessments, such as a laptop or iPad. Participants will complete up to 6 Posit Science assessments in different domains of cognition, which should last approximately 30 minutes.

tDCS and Its Therapeutic Effects in CK Fever

One of the major challenges faced by researchers working in the field of rehabilitation science is the ability to provide integrative approaches to the use of clinical practice. In this context it becomes increasingly necessary to construct investigative approaches, so that they can reach clinical practice in a shorter period of time,since the large volume of information produced globally does not impact in the short or medium term on new therapeutic recommendations. Among the ...

"Watch and Wait" After Neo-adjuvant Chemoradiotherapy for Primary Locally Advanced Rectal Cancer.

Among patients treated for locally advanced rectal cancer with neo-adjuvant radio-chemotherapy, about 15% will have complete clinical response in terms of no visible tumor or ulcerations on the site of the primary tumor, or whitening of the rectal wall or telangiectasia. In this Norwegian national multicenter observational study, patients with complete clinical response (cCR) after neo-adjuvant treatment for rectal cancer as defined by national guidelines, will be invited to a ...

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