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Estimate the Effect of the Photo-activated Disinfection on the Root Canal Therapy

This study tries to collect clinical cases to compare the clinical effect of traditional root canal disinfection, to photodynamic in root canal disinfection .And provide the reference for clinical application and experience.

Comparision of Different Methods of Enviromennt Disinfection

Multidrug resistance bacteria infection is common in ICU. Infection incidence is associated with age, organ dysfunction, invasive treatment and enviroment cleaning. According to hospital hygienic standard for disinfection, total numbers of colony of air and the object surface in ICU must be ≤4CFU/cm2(5min)and≤10CFU/cm2. in this study, the two different methods will be used to evaluate the disinfection effects in ICU enviroments.

PVP Iodine vs Chlorhexidine in Alcohol for Disinfection of the Surgical Site

Prospective cluster-randomized multicenter cross-over trial to prove non-inferiority of PI compared to CHX in preoperative skin antisepsis

Passive Disinfection Cap Compliance Study

Insertion and maintenance of central venous catheter (CVC) lines are common hospital procedures in patients, including those being treated for cancer. CVCs allow clinicians an access point for infusion of fluids, blood sampling, and measurements, decreasing the need for repeated needle sticks to the patient. However, bloodstream infections associated with CVCs (CLABSIs) are a serious complication, leading to significantly longer hospital stays, morbidity, and mortality. Keeping...

Postoperative Pain After Root Canal Disinfection Via Diode Laser

The prevention and control of post-treatment pain is of great importance for the comfort of the patient as well as for the clinician's prestige. In this study, the effect of 940 nm diode laser disinfection on the postoperative pain of retreatment cases was evaluated.

Ultra Violet-C Light Evaluation as an Adjunct to Removing Multi-Drug Resistant Organisms (UVCLEAR-MDRO)

This study examines the impact of UV-C light disinfection as an adjunct to routine daily and discharge patient room cleaning on patient infection and colonization with hospital associated bacteria.

Antiseptic Use and Dressing Application

The purposes of the study are: 1. To compare the local efficacy (skin colonization) of 2 commercialized antiseptics used for the disinfection of the dressing application for an epicutaneocavous catheter (EPI). 2. To evaluate whether the bacteria responsible for nosocomial infection is comparable to the flora diagnosed at the EPI site.

Proof-of-concept Study on Disinfection and Healing Acceleration Capabilities of 222nm Wave Length Narrow Band Ultraviolet Lighting Device

The threat of MRSA and multi-drug resistant pathogens have been growing in recent years. A new means of countering the infectious threat is required and one such modality is the use of UV light for disinfection. The aim of the study is to proof the efficacy of the 222nm UV light in disinfection on patients with sacral sores. This is a first in human proof-of-concept study

Anti-infectious Therapy of Periodontitis - Comparison of Different Clinical Strategies

It is the aim of the study to evaluate the efficiency of "One stage full mouth disinfection" according to the original protocol (Quirynen et al. 1995) in comparison to other approaches considering different scaling strategies and different disinfection concepts. Therefore, a multicenter randomized control treatment will be performed. In total, 204 patients with chronic periodontitis shall be allocated to the following treatment concepts. Group A: quadrant scaling with weekly in...

Evaluation of the Antibacterial Effect of Laser Diode and Zinc Oxide Nano Particles in Cavity Disinfection

this is a randomized controlled clinical trial, evaluating the antibacterial effect of laser diode and zinc oxide nano-particles when used as cavity disinfectants.Two groups, including 15 patients each, will be randomly allocated so that each group receives one of either interventions (15 patients will undergo cavity disinfection by laser diode, while the other 15 patients will undergo cavity disinfection by zinc oxide nano-particles). For each patient, a dentin sample will be ...

Digitized Assessment for the Survival of Mature Anterior Teeth With Periapical Lesion After One Step Regenerative Approach Using Different Asepsis Maneuvers

Trial is designed to allow revascularization and tissue engineering in necrotic teeth with peripical lesion in a single visit approach. different disinfection protocols is used to ensure that adequate disinfection of root canals is achieved to allow stem cells to differentiate and proliferate generating pulp like tissue and turning back tooth to live with periapical healing of resorbed bone.

Clinical Effect of Photoactivated Disinfection on Primary Root Carious Lesions After Partial Caries Removal

The problem of root caries has been increasing in last decades as the an average life expectancy is rising. Due to progress of medicine and dentistry humans also maintain natural dentition longer. The aim of the study is to determine the effectiveness of photoctivated disinfection / photodynami therapy / photodynami antimicrobal therapy in elimination of cariogenic bacteria after manual root caries removal. If proved to be effective in eliminating bacteria from prepared...

Navigation Services to Avoid Rehospitalization (NavSTAR)

This study will examine the clinical effectiveness and health economic profile of services to link hospital patients with substance use disorders to addiction treatment, promote their medical stabilization, and reduce hospital re-admissions.

Benefits and Cost-Effectiveness of a Pediatric Hospitalist Service : a Stepped Wedge Quality Improvement Trial

Background. Hospitalists predominantly engaged in inpatient care constitute a fundamental, poorly assessed change in medical care. The University of Texas Houston Pediatrics Department is developing a Hospitalist Division to staff Children's Memorial Hermann Hospital. Demonstration of its benefits and cost-effectiveness is important to secure adequate, sustained hospital or 3rd-party reimbursement. Design. Prospective step wedged quality improvement (QI) study with pediatric h...

Palliative Care for Non-Malignant Diseases (COMPASS Trial)

The purpose of this study is to evaluate, through a randomized controlled trial, the impact of integrated comprehensive palliative care services on time to first hospital readmission and other hospital utilization outcomes, quality of life, and patient/caregiver outcomes. The intervention includes comprehensive, standardized palliative care services for adult hepatology patients for which prognosis is poor.

Interactions of Environmental and Human Microbial Communities in a Pediatric Oncology Hospital

Microorganisms that colonize hospital environments play an important role in the transmission of hospital acquired infections (HAI) and multi-drug resistant organisms. Previous studies examining microorganisms in the hospital environment have been limited by reliance on targeted culture-based methods resulting in potentially missed or unrecognized organisms. Evidence now suggests that using microbiome analysis offers an innovative strategy that may improve our understanding of ...

Does the Disinfection of the Subcutaneous Tissue Reduce the Contamination of the Operative Field by P. Acnes During Primary Shoulder Surgery?

Propionibacterium acnes is a pathogen frequently identified during postoperative infections of the shoulder. A recent study has shown that P. acnes is likely to be disseminated in the operative field from the subcutaneous layer by soft tissue manipulation by the surgeon and the instruments (Falconer 2016). This study seeks to evaluate the effectiveness of subcutaneous tissue disinfection on P. acnes contamination during primary shoulder surgery. The literature shows that approx...

Aiming to Improve Readmissions Through InteGrated Hospital Transitions

The purpose of this study is to better enhance transitions of care for the highest risk, complex patients, Carolinas HealthCare System (CHS) has designed an Integrated Practice Unit, called Transition Services (CHS-TS).CHS-TS aims to improve patient outcomes through innovative approaches that leverage analytics and technology, while bridging care coordination and communication gaps. During their hospitalization, CHS-TS patients enter into a transition pathway that includes the ...

Application of Photodynamic Therapy and Diode Laser for Endodontic Therapy of Young Permanent Teeth

The pulp necrosis of permanent immature teeth implies the interruption of the root formation and apical closure. Diode lasers have been used in many areas of dentistry, with tendency of good results in canal and dentine disinfection. The bactericidal effect of high-power lasers is based on dose dependent heat generation. Its antimicrobial effectiveness against diverse microorganisms has already been demonstrated. Photodynamic therapy (PDT) is a two-step therapeutic approach sta...

Indirect Pulp Treatment of Young Permanent Molars Using Photo-Activated Oral Disinfection Versus Calcium Hydroxide

This study aimed to assess the clinical and radiographic success for photo-activated oral disinfection (PAD) and calcium hydroxide in indirect pulp treatment (IPT) of young permanent molars.

Cost Effectiveness of Language Services in Hospital Emergency Departments (EDs)

Numerous studies suggest that the use of in-person, professionally trained medical interpreters can reduce health care costs associated with diagnosing and treating patients with limited English proficiency. However, few studies have specifically addressed the question of the cost-effectiveness of language services in health care settings. This study used a randomized controlled study design to compare the cost-effectiveness of using professional interpreters with Spanish-speak...

Photo-Activated Disinfection Versus Triple-Antibiotic Paste for Management of Necrotic Young Permanent Anterior Teeth

This study aims to compare regenerative endodontics for necrotic young permanent anterior teeth using oral photo-activated disinfection versus triple antibiotic paste in terms of: 1. Clinical success in terms of absence of any complication such as spontaneous pain, sinus or swelling. 2. Radiographic success in terms of healing of periapical radiolucency or increase root thickness, length or apical closure.

Adjunctive Steps for Disinfection of Teeth With Primary Endodontic Infections

This study aim to evaluate an endodontic treatment protocol using adjunctive steps for disinfection of teeth with primary endodontic infections.

Can Safety Planning Improve Perinatal Outcomes Among Pregnant Women Exposed to Intimate Partner Violence?

OBJECTIVE: To investigate if, among women exposed to physical violence during pregnancy, does a targeted intervention consisting of safety planning and referral to community advocacy services decrease rates of adverse perinatal outcomes including antepartum hemorrhage or infection, low birthweight, and perinatal death. DESIGN: A randomized controlled trial. SETTING: Surrey Memorial Hospital and BC Women's Hospital in British Columbia, Canada PARTICIPANTS: Pregnant women exper...

High-Flow Needleless Valve and DualCap Disinfection Devices Associate With Catheter-related Bloodstream Infection

The purpose of this study is to investigate whether the usage of High-Flow Needleless Valve and DualCap Disinfection Devices would reduce the incidence of catheter-related bloodstream infection in hemodialysis patients.

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