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Swimming Pool Environment Impact on the Human Respiratory Health

This study aims to assess the influence of exposure to swimming pool environment on respiratory symptoms and diseases, and on cancer outcomes among swimmers and swimming pool attendants.

Evaluation of the Free α-hemoglobin Pool in the Red Blood Cells : Prognostic Marker and Severity Index in Thalassemic Syndromes

Our project aims to assess and validate an innovative prognostic and diagnostic test in order to i) define a severity index of the β-thalassemia according to the free α-Hb pool for a better management of the patient; ii) differentiate the α-thalassemia and β-thalassemia and iii) follow the evolution of this pool in response to treatment of patients. In the future, this prognostic test based on the measurement of free α-Hb pool may be suitable for routine laboratory practic...

Postpartum Immediate Contraception in Cesarean Deliveries-Comparison of Two Intrauterine Systems

To compare two intrauterine systems in order to avoid complications originating from short pregnancy interval and undesired pregnancies in the early postpartum period.

Developing a Biomarker Panel to Assess Choline Nutritional Status

People who eat diets low in choline (LC) should deplete their choline (Cho) stores, and measurements of Cho pool size using isotope dilution should reflect this depletion. Investigators will identify a biomarker panel that correlates well with measured Cho pool size across the range of different degrees of depletion.The investigators propose that, as body stores of Cho diminish, cells and organs will reach the point when metabolism/function in the cell is altered, and that this...

Screening Protocol for the Evaluation of Research Participants at the Maryland Psychiatric Research Center (MPRC)

Background: - The National Institute of Drug Abuse (NIDA) is interested in developing a pool of potential research participants who may be eligible for research studies on drug abuse and addiction, pharmacological and psychosocial therapies for substance addiction, drug abuse and co-occurring psychiatric disorders, and the long-term effects of drugs on the development, function, and structure of the brain and other organ systems. To develop this pool of potential partici...

Hypertension and Diabetes Initiative - Improving Hypertension Control in Individuals With Diabetes

Twelve health organizations from around the US were selected to participate in a chart review Hypertension and Diabetes Initiative with the goal of improving blood pressure control in persons with diabetes. Hypothesis: A three-phase quality improvement initiative facilitated and monitored through the International Diabetes Center (IDC) will result in improved population-mean systolic blood pressure in the aggregate data pool of patients from all 12 participating sites a...

Evaluation and Optimization of PB127 Myocardial Perfusion Echocardiography on Ultrasound Systems

The purpose of this clinical trial is to evaluate various commercially available ultrasound systems and to identify imaging parameters to be used with these systems (along with the contrast agent PB127) as well as to further evaluate the safety of PB127.

Scoring Systems in ICU and Malnutrition

The objective of the present study was to compare the ability of acute physiology and chronic health evaluation (APACHE) scoring systems with the combination of an anthropometric variable score "adductor pollicis muscle (APM) thickness" to the APACHE systems in predicting mortality in the ICU. Three hundred and four patients enrolled in this prospective observational study. The APM thickness in dominant hand and APACHE II and III scores were measured for each patient upon admis...

Efficacy and Safety Study of Glucosamine/Chondroitin Sulfate to Patients Treatment With Osteoarthrosis of the Knee

The purpose of this study is to assess the efficacy and safety of glucosamine and chondroitin sulfate association in the treatment of patients with osteoarthrosis of the knee.

Assessment of the Effect of PAP on Energy and Vitality in Mild OSA Patients: The Merge Study

The investigators wish to prospectively determine the response to CPAP in patients presenting with mild OSA. In many healthcare systems, patients with mild OSA (AHI 5-15) are not reimbursed for treatment. Although some evidence exists of the benefits of treating mild OSA when scoring as per AASM 2007 criteria, more evidence is needed. The investigators wish to add to this pool of knowledge and also increase the inclusion criteria to include the AASM 2012 definition of mild OSA....

Comparative Study of Two Embryo Culture Systems

The centre for Medically-Assisted Procreation (MAP) of Dijon CHU has two high-technology embryo culture systems, with incubation characteristics that are potentially superior to those provided by classical culture systems. Indeed, these two systems, available in only two MAP centres in France, make it possible to maintain a stable temperature and gaseous environment during the in-vitro development of the embryos. It is necessary to observe the development of the embryos to det...

Impact of a Kinesiotherapy Program on Soil and Aquatic Environment on Motor Fitness and Quality of Life of Elders.

Introduction: Neuromotor losses are those that most affect the functionality of the elderly person. One of the preventive measures is the habit of practicing exercises regularly. Objective: To evaluate the motor fitness and the quality of life of elders before and after intervention, performed on soil and aquatic environment. Methodology: This was a randomized controlled trial, with blind evaluator and total sample of 38 elders, divided into three groups: control (n=15), soil (...

Aqua Stand-Up Paddle Balance Effect in Parkinson's Disease (AquaSUP PARK)

Postural instability is associated with falls and a decreased quality of life in Parkinson's disease (PD). Evidence supports physical activity rather than levodopa for postural instability management. Considering the proven effects of the Stand-up Paddle (SUP) activity on postural instability in sedentary people, the investigators wanted to develop this aquatic activity in a swimming pool on static conditions (Aqua SUP) for PD patients. The objective is to assess the postural i...

Quality Control of CE-Certified Phonak Hearing Aids - 2016_05

A methodical evaluation of new CE-labelled Phonak Hearing Systems is intended to be conducted on hard of hearing participants to grant quality control prior to product launch. The aim of the investigation series is to ensure zero-defect overall performance of the new hearing systems as well as maximum benefit for the participant with the devices in comparison to previously outstanding Phonak Hearing Systems.

Antioxidant Systems and Age-Related Macular Degeneration

Objective: The objective of this study was to determine whether the antioxidant supplements used in AREDS shifted the plasma pool of the AREDS subjects to a more reduced state. The AREDS subjects were randomly assigned to one of four treatment groups: 1. antioxidants (500mg Vitamin C, 4000IU Vitamin E, 15mg beta carotene) 2. zinc (80mg zinc oxide, 2mg cupric oxide) 3. antioxidants plus zinc; 4. placebo. None of the subjects received supplemental...

Evaluation of Inducible Monomorphic Ventricular Tachycardia (MMVT) in Patients With St. Jude Medical Implantable Cardioverter Defibrillator (ICD) Systems or Cardiac Resynchronization Therapy Defibrillation (CRT-D) Systems.

The intent of this observational study is to understand the role of non-invasive programmed stimulation (NIPS) to induce substrate based MMVT in patients receiving new St. Jude Medical ICD or CRT-D systems.

Systems Support Mapping in Guiding Self-Management in Stage I-III Colorectal Cancer Survivors

This pilot trial studies how well systems support mapping works in guiding self-management in stage I-III colorectal cancer survivors. Systems support mapping helps participants to see complex self-management activities on paper, which makes them more actionable. Behavioral interventions, such as systems support mapping, may help colorectal cancer survivors facilitate self-awareness, create motivation for behavior change, and guide self-management.

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Performance of Scoring Systems in Chinese Patients With Primary Biliary Cholangitis (PBC) on Ursodeoxycholic Acid

Several risk assessment scoring systems have been proposed to assess the therapeutic response and predict long term prognosis in ursodeoxycholic acid (UDCA)-treated primary biliary cholangitis (PBC) patients, in order to risk stratify PBC patients and guide their management. However there scoring systems have not been fully validated in Chinese population. This study is going to compare the prognostic ability of these criteria, validate the overseas scoring systems, develop and...

Assessment of Glucose Concentrations in People Without Diabetes Mellitus After Standardized Meals and in Daily Life

Participants will perform blood glucose monitoring (BGM) over the course of 14 days and, in parallel, wear continuous glucose monitoring (CGM) systems. Because current CGM systems typically achieve a lower level of analytical accuracy than BGM systems, participants will perform at least 5 blood glucose (BG) measurements per day. In addition, CGM systems are used to obtain minimally-invasive high-frequency glucose measurements to fill the gaps between BG measurements.

Systems Analysis and Improvement Approach for Prevention of MTC HIV Transmission

Optimizing the prevention of mother-to-child HIV transmission cascade minimizes drop offs from one step to the next to maximize the benefits of antiretroviral therapy on maternal health and pediatric survival, growth, and development. This proposal scales-up a health systems intervention (the systems analysis and improvement approach - SAIA) that packages systems engineering methods (including cascade analysis, flow mapping, and continuous quality improvement) and was previousl...

Floating for Chronic Pain

In recent years there has been a novel approach for the treatment of chronic pain: Floatation REST (restricted environmental stimulation therapy). Floating is a therapeutic approach, in which patients float in a specialized pool or tank on water that contains high concentrations of Epsom salt (Magnesium sulfate). Water is kept at skin temperature (35-36°C) and the pool or tank is shielded to provide almost complete darkness and silence. This therapeutic approach has proven to ...

Biventricular Pacing in the Pediatric Population

Hypothesis 1 (H1): Epicardial biventricular pacing is a safe and feasible method of pacing in young patients. Over the last two years, physicians at Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta have been implanting epicardial BiV pacing systems in children determined to have ventricular dyssynchrony caused by numerous cardiac diagnoses. The decision to use these pacing systems was based on the knowledge gained by adult studies. Since the use of these pacing systems in the pediatric ...

Quality Control of CE-Certified Phonak Hearing Aids - 2016_06

A methodical evaluation of new CE-labelled Phonak Hearing Systems is intended to be conducted on hard of hearing participants to grant quality control prior to product launch. The aim of the investigation series is to ensure zero-defect overall performance of the new hearing systems as well as maximum benefit for the participant with the devices in comparison to previously outstanding Phonak Hearing Systems and to equivalent competitor devices.

Potential Risk for Bacterial Contamination in Ventilator Systems

Background: Few studies have investigated the difference of bacterial contamination between conventional reused ventilator systems and disposable closed ventilator-suction systems. The aim of this study was to investigate the bacterial contamination rates of the reused and disposable ventilation systems, and the association between system disconnection and bacterial contamination of ventilator systems. Methods: The enrolled patients used a conventional reused ventilator system...

The ULTRA Study: Cross-Comparison of Ultrasound Systems

The purpose of this study is to develop computational methods for cross-comparison of muscle composition measurements in three laboratory ultrasound systems.

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