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Weight Change With Controlled Ankle Movement (CAM) Walker Boot Use

The purpose of the study is to determine if patients wearing a CAM walker boot for a minimum of 6 weeks have a change in weight compared to patients who wear a CAM boot for a minimum of 6 weeks and are provided nutritional and upper body exercise information.


LifeWalker Upright Walker vs. Conventional Rollator Walker and Predicate Device

The purpose of this project is to evaluate if the LifeWalker Upright walker is improves walking and reports of pain compared to a conventional rollator and predicate walker device.

6MWT With and Without Walker

Elderly subjects repeated 6MWT with or without walker


Polyurethane Foam on the Heel for Prevention in Children

The post-operative treatment of pediatric patients operated for the correction of flat foot, sees today the use of preformed leg-foot splint (Walker) as an alternative to the application of plaster casts. The change of the immobilization system has led to the appearance of problems of tolerability in particular in the skin. The aim of the study is to assess whether by placing a polyurethane foam dress at the heel in the immediate postoperative period until removal of the Walker...

Bath Machine on Sleep Quality in Nursing Home

The study is divided into two stages, the purposes of the first stage are (1) to examine the feasibility and simplicity of the operation of bathtub machine for nurse aides; (2) to examine the safety and comfortability of the bathtub machine from the perspectives of the nurse aides. The purposes of the second stage are (1) to understand the experiences of nurse aides and the elderly with disability by using the bathtub machine(which has edde massage function); (2) to evaluate th...

Development and Evaluation of a Novel Portable Robotic Gait Rehabilitation in Chronic Stroke

The aims of this study is to test the training effects of the robotic walker. This study will compare the effectiveness of 2 different types of gait training protocols in chronic stroke patients, 1) conventional gait training (CT, control group), and 2) gait rehabilitation with the new walker modified after 1st stage (WT, experimental group).

Laser Light Cues for Gait Freezing in Parkinson's Disease

The purpose of this study is to gather data to see if the Laser Cane and/or U-Step Walker with laser accessory is more effective in aiding with gait freezing than a regular cane/U-Step Walker in patients who have idiopathic Parkinson's disease.

REASSURE AV Registry

Long term follow-up to monitor safety for patients implanted with a B301 ASSURE device.

Removable Walker for Neuropathic Ulcers

1. Objective: To evaluate the efficacy of removable cast walker compared to non-removable fiberglass off-bearing cast in the treatment of diabetic plantar foot ulcer 2. Research design and methods: Forty-five adult diabetic patients with non-ischemic, non-infected neuropathic plantar ulcer were randomized to treatment with a non-removable fiberglass off-bearing cast (TCC group) or walker cast (Stabil-D group). Treatment duration was 90 days. Percent reduc...

The Effects of Lower Right Limb Orthopedic Immobilization on Driving Performance

Abstract Background: Effects of orthopedic immobilizations of the lower right limb on driving performances are unknown. Therefore, clinicians and legislators cannot put forth recommendations for road safety for patients requiring such immobilizations. The objective of the present study was to evaluate the effects of different orthopedic immobilizations on braking performances in simulated driving conditions. Methods: The braking performances of 48 healthy volunteers were evalu...

Maximal Leg Press Strength Training Study for Coronary Artery Disease Patients

Maximal strength training has been shown to increase muscular strength, muscular volume and work economy. An 8 week maximal leg press training regime will be conducted on cardiac heart failure patients to evaluate whether they increase their maximal leg press strength, work economy, serum testosterone and quality of life. The study hypotheses are that: 1. Aerobic work capacity will increase due to increased work economy, without increases in maximal oxygen uptake. ...

ASSURE Study - Arrhythmia Single Shock DFT Versus ULV: Risk Reduction Evaluation With ICD Implantations

The ASSURE Study will evaluate shock conversion performance when programming the first shock of an implantable cardioverter-defibrillation (ICD) is based on an implant test consisting of either 1) a single induction of ventricular fibrillation (VF) and subsequent demonstration conversion success at 14 J or 2) an upper limit of vulnerability (ULV) test at 14 J.

Effect of Increased Oxygenation in the Air During Endurance Training in Stable Angina Pectoris Patients

The study investigates whether endurance training breathing 100% oxygen gives a additional improvement in performance measured as maximal oxygen uptake, compared to training without extra oxygen supplementation. In addition work economy, stroke volume and cardiac perfusion is measured. The hypothesis of the study is that increased oxygenation of the air increases performance, stroke volume, work economy and cardiac perfusion.

Massage Versus Cold Water Immersion for Fatigue-induced Biomechanical Alterations

The optimization of recovery to alleviate the effects of fatigue in athletes can provide valuable performance advantage. However, despite the growing body of literature regarding effects of different interventions in fatigue, there is still lack of clarity regarding the efficacy of interventions on running economy and, particularly, fatigue-induced biomechanical alterations. Therefore, the aim of this study was to compare the effects of massage and cold water immersion for enha...

Cotton Sock in Pediatric Patients With Leg-foot Splint

The post-operative treatment of pediatric patients operated for the correction of flat foot, sees today the use of preformed leg-foot splint (Walker) as an alternative to the application of plaster casts. The change of the immobilization system has led to the appearance of problems of tolerability in particular in the skin. The problems persist also after placing a polyurethane foam dress at the heel in the immediate postoperative period. The aim of this study is to evaluate th...

Do Cardiac Health: Advanced New Generation Ecosystem - Phase 2

The Do CHANGE service is designed for cardiac patients who could benefit from lifestyle change and a better disease management. The study aims to support patients with behavior change by providing them with devices and behavioral intervention in order to facilitate long-term behavior change.

Strength Training for Chronic Stroke Patients

The study aims to investigate the effects of strength training on maximal strength, walking ability and neural function in chronic stroke patients. The strength training intervention in this study is different to all previous interventions for stroke patients. Maximal Strength Training (MST) involves weights of up to 90% of the participants 1 repetition maximum and has a focus on the explosive development of force. This study will use these principles for unilateral leg press ...

Associated Joint Pain With Controlled Ankle Movement (CAM) Walker Boot Wear

This is a prospective randomized, control trial investigating ankle pain resulting from the use of CAM Walking Boots.

Promoting Seniors' Health With Home Care Aides

This study aims to test whether a safe physical activity program with a built-in motivational enhancement component, performed in a seated position, preserves the function and well-being of older home care clients.

Detecting Infections Rapidly and Easily for Bacteremia Trial (DIREBT)

To assure the uniform collection, handling, storage and transport of patient whole blood specimens and associated information to support validation of the T2 Bacteremia Assay.

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Examining Change Mechanisms in Psychotherapy

This research project seeks to acquire a deeper understanding of the complex influences of common factors and specific ingredients in psychotherapy. By using frequent process-outcome measures, it will address individualized mechanisms of change in psychotherapy by assessing both between and within patient change processes, using a wide spectrum of change indicators.

Excessive Sweating Caused by Antidepressants: Measurement and Treatment With Glycopyrrolate (AIDES-G)

The study consists of measurement of antidepressant-induced excessive sweating and its treatment with an experimental medication, glycopyrrolate (approved to treat ulcers), which will be added to the antidepressant. This is an open-label study (no placebo group or concealment of the nature of the treatment) that will last 8 weeks, including two weeks of baseline measurement without treatment with the study medication followed by six weeks of treatment with the study medication....

Cross Country Poling Specific Motor Skill- and Strength Training.

Will motor skill- and/or strength training affect technique, work economy and time performance in cross-country poling? Competitive cross-country skiers (age 16- 30) will perform a 10 weeks training intervention. They will be randomized in one of the following three groups: poling specific motor skill training 3 times per week in addition to their regular training, maximal strength training 3 times per week in addition to their regular training and a control group who only perf...

Brain Development Research Program

Dr. Elliott Sherr and his collaborators at University of California, San Francisco (UCSF) are studying the genetic causes of disorders of cognition and epilepsy, in particular disorders of brain development that affect the corpus callosum, such as Aicardi syndrome, as well as two additional brain malformations, polymicrogyria and Dandy-Walker malformation. The goal of the investigators' research is to use a better understanding of the underlying genetic causes as a foundation t...

Increasing Exercise Adherence After Percutaneous Coronary Intervention With the Fitbit Charge HR Device

Design: Single center, prospective, randomized study that will compare activity levels in patients who complete cardiac rehabilitation after clinically indicated percutaneous coronary intervention with and without use of the wrist-worn Fitbit Charge HR device and mobile platform application. Primary Endpoint: The average number of steps taken per day will serve as the main marker of daily physical activity. Control: Patients who do not receive the device (Fitbit Charge ...


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