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Sleepiness and Tiredness Among Doctors Working in A Tertiary Hospital

Sleep disorders are important health issues that can reduced ones quality of life by affecting their performance and productivity in a negative way. People who work in shifts or doing 24 hours call usually have irregular sleep patterns and often complaint of fatigue and daytime sleepiness. This will jeopardized our attention, concentration ability and memory which may lead to serious job accidents. This study is to screen for obstructive sleep apnea among doctors working in a t...

The Role of Indocyanine Green Angiography Fluorescence on Intestinal Resections in Pediatric Surgery.

Background: Intestinal resections are commonly performed in the pediatric population. Perfusion of the bowel is one of the most important factors determining the viability of an intestinal anastomosis. Up to date, no ideal method to assess intestinal perfusion has proven its superiority. Objectives: Primary: The aim of this study is to establish the feasibility and impact of the use of indocyanine green technology on intestinal resection margins during elective and emer...

Regimen Switch to Dolutegravir/Lamivudine Fixed Dose Combination From Current Antiretroviral Regimen in HIV-1 Infected and Virologically Suppressed Adults (SALSA)

The aim of this study is to determine if virologically suppressed Human Immunodeficiency Virus (HIV) Type 1 infected adults on a current antiretroviral regimen (CAR) (including 2 nucleoside reverse transcriptase inhibitors [NRTIs] plus a third agent) remain suppressed upon switching to dolutegravir/lamivudine (DTG/3TC) fixed dose combination (FDC). The main objective of the study is to demonstrate the non-inferior antiviral activity of switching to DTG/3TC FDC once daily compar...

BETAmethasone Dose Reduction: Non-Inferiority on the Neurocognitive Outcomes of Children Born Before 32 Weeks of Gestation

Maternal antenatal corticosteroid therapy is the last major advance in the antenatal management of fetuses to prevent neonatal complications associated with prematurity. Long-term neurological outcomes in infants exposed to antenatal steroids have been assessed in few cohorts and suggest that this therapy is able to prevent some neurodevelopmental impairments including cerebral palsy. While >85% of neonates born very preterm in Europe have been exposed to antenatal betamethason...

Non-invasive Nerve Stimulation and Sleep

People often have difficulty sleeping. Reasons are many. But, difficulty falling and staying asleep are common issues. Sleep difficulties are common in disorders such as Post Traumatic Stress Disorder. Current treatments for sleep difficulties are not effective for everyone. Better treatments are needed. In this study, the investigators are testing two nerve stimulation locations that may impact brain function in such a way that sleep is improved.

Feasibility of EnChroma Use in the Emergency Department Setting

This study addresses whether the use of EnChroma products are feasible for use in the emergency department by color vision deficient providers.

Trial of Simulation-based Mastery Learning to Communicate Diagnostic Uncertainty

The goal of this study is to teach emergency medicine resident physicians to communicate more effectively with patients at the time of emergency department discharge in the setting of diagnostic uncertainty (i.e. no definitive cause identified for the patient's symptoms). All residents will complete baseline and follow up assessments by completing in-person simulated patient discharged. After the baseline assessment, they will complete an online educational curriculum that has ...

Effectiveness of Enteral Nutrition for Dose Reduction of Low Dose PEG

This clinical trial is being conducted to assess whether dietary restriction with enteral nutrition prescribed could prevent nonadherence to dietary restrictions, enable additional reduction of the required volume of PEG-ELS.

A Study of the Drug 131I-Omburtamab in People With Desmoplastic Small Round Cell Tumors and Other Solid Tumors in the Peritoneum

The purpose of this study is to determine if treatment with the investigational drug 131I-Omburtamab can prevent or delay the worsening of Desmoplastic Small Round Cell Tumors/DSRCT or other cancers of the peritoneum.

Presessions for the National Diabetes Prevention Program

The National Diabetes Prevention Program (NDPP) is a widely available, evidence-based intervention that promotes weight loss to prevent type 2 diabetes; however, participant attendance is problematic and leads to suboptimal weight loss, especially among Hispanic, non-Hispanic black, and low-income non-Hispanic white participants. An innovative pre-session enhancement to the NDPP (Pre-NDPP) showed successful results upon initial application in a diverse and predominately low-inc...

Investigation of Supplemental L-alanine in the Management of Dietary Fructose Intolerance: a Double-blind, Randomized Study

Over the past few decades, fructose consumption has risen significantly in the United States1. This sugar is increasingly being used as a sweetener in a variety of foods1. Because there is a limited absorptive capacity for fructose, excessive ingestion of fructose leads to fructose malabsorption and dietary fructose intolerance (DFI) 2-9, 13. Incomplete absorption of fructose may lead to a variety of gastrointestinal symptoms, including bloating, pain, gas and diarrhea 2-9. In ...

Diagnostic Accuracy of Electrocardiogram for Acute Coronary Occlusion Resulting in Myocardial Infarction

The decision of emergency reperfusion of a suspected acute coronary artery occlusion by means of percutaneous coronary intervention or intravenous thrombolytics depends on the presence of a certain amount of ST-segment elevation in the electrocardiogram (ECG) as recommended by international guidelines. However, recommended ST-segment elevation cut-off values for acute coronary occlusion diagnosis are highly insensitive, and their evidence base is weak. The objective of this stu...

Emergency Room Evaluation and Recommendations for Older Users of Emergency Departments

The study evaluates if the Emergency Room Evaluation and Recommendation Tool (ER2) reduces the hospital admission rate and the length of stay in Emergency.

Priming Attachment Security Within an IAPT Setting

There is growing evidence that priming attachment security is associated with improved attitudes towards therapy, increased engagement and decreased levels of depression and anxiety. Within the Improving Access to Psychological Therapies (IAPT) programme a consistent problem has been identified of high dropout rates at step 2 services (i.e. where mild to moderate anxious and depressed patients receive guided self-help interventions). The current study incorporates a feasibility...

Evaluating the Safety and Efficacy of Inarigivir in Non-cirrhotic, Hepatitis B e Antigen-negative Subjects Infected With HBV Virus and Receiving or Stopping Treatment With a NUC Inhibitor

An open-label, Phase 2, exploratory study to examine the safety and efficacy of inarigivir in non-cirrhotic, hepatitis B e antigen (HBeAg)-negative subjects with chronic HBV infection.

ProvodineTM Decreases Hand Contamination

The purpose of this study is to see whether Provodine, an FDA approved product, provides long-lasting protection on the hands of staff who provide anesthesia for patients. If this product does provide long-lasting protection, it could be used for hand hygiene in the operating room and it could help prevent infections after operations. Fifteen anesthesia providers (15 main operating room [MOR] and 5 ambulatory surgery center [ASC]) who agree to participate will participate in th...

Couple User Preferences in Dual Purpose Prevention Products

MTN-045 is a cross-sectional study that will utilize questionnaires, including Discrete-Choice Experiments (DCE) and joint decision tasks, to assess couples' preferences related to dual purpose prevention (DPP) products that could be used to prevent unintended pregnancies and HIV infection. Post-survey explanatory in-depth interviews (IDIs) will be conducted with a subset of participants to explore DPP product-related decisions..

Parafricta Bootees vs UK Standard Care to Prevent Heel Pressure Ulcers

This randomised study will assess whether Parafricta bootees, when used in addition to normal standard care, can reduce the incidence of heel PUs in patients at very high risk of skin breakdown. The participant group will be hospital inpatients at high risk of PUs (Waterlow score of 20 or more) who are bedbound and do not have existing heel PUs. The participants will be randomised to an intervention arm using Parafricta plus standard care, or a control arm of standard care only...

HPV and Social Listening

This study assessed the feasibility of implementing a one-month Twitter campaign to promote knowledge about the human papillomavirus (HPV) vaccine among low-income women living in public housing.

Study to Assess the Immune Response and the Safety Profile of a High-Dose Quadrivalent Influenza Vaccine (QIV-HD) Compared to a Standard-Dose Quadrivalent Influenza Vaccine (QIV-SD) in Europeans Adults 60 Years of Age and Older

Primary Objective: To demonstrate that QIV-HD induces an immune response that is superior to the responses induced by QIV-SD for all 4 virus strains 28 days post-vaccination in subjects 60 to 64 years of age and in subjects 65 years of age and older. Secondary Objective: - To further describe the immune response induced by QIV-HD and QIV-SD in all subjects by age group, in pooled age groups, and by vaccine group (QIV-HD; QIV-SD). - To describe the saf...

Mechanisms of COPD Exacerbation Recurrence

Chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD) is a common smoking-related lung disease. Patients with COPD are at increased risk of readmission to hospitals within the following 30 days. Hospital readmissions of COPD contribute to clinical and economic burden on society. Understanding why some COPD patients are readmitted remains a key area of unmet need. To our knowledge, no previous study has fully investigated both the social and clinical risk factors associated with these t...

RAC Pilot - The Feasibility and Effectiveness of a Brief Preventive Intervention Following Psychological Trauma

The investigators proposed to compare a modified Prolonged Exposure intervention to treatment as usual within a hospitalized injured trauma survivor sample, to determine with this intervention could prevent the development of PTSD.

Written vs Electronic Safety Planning Study

Safety planning is a brief, ED-feasible intervention which has been demonstrated to save lives and has been universally recommended by every recent expert consensus panel on suicide prevention strategies. In one popular version of the safety plan developed by Stanley et al, the patient is encouraged to write out the following items: identifying personal signs of a crisis; helpful internal coping strategies; social contacts or settings which may distract from a crisis; using fam...

The Feasibility of Implementing an Exercise Programme for Deconditioned Cancer Survivors

As both the number of cancer survivors and the length of survival time are increasing, long-term health issues related to cancer and its treatment are becoming more prevalent. Research suggests that exercise can mitigate a number of negative health consequences in cancer survivors and improve physical function and quality of life. Multi-modal exercise interventions have been proposed as a cornerstone for survivorship care. However, studies evaluating exercise programmes within ...

Mindfulness-based Therapy Versus Relaxation in Prevention of Burnout in Medical Students

A recent survey exploring mental health in a large cohort of French medical students and young graduates (N = 21.768), observed that 68.2% of participants showed pathologic anxiety. A high level of depressive symptomatology was found in 27.7% of participants, while suicidal ideation was reported by 23.7%. Mindfulness Based Interventions are beneficial for health with a positive impact on mood, anxiety, and well-being. It thus can be hypothesized that such interventions could he...

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