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A Study to Assess the Safety of Live Intranasal Sendai Virus Vaccine in Children and Toddlers

Croup is an illness of young children that is caused by a virus. With this illness, the child has fever, cough, and hoarseness. Although the illness usually gets better in 2 to 4 days, some children may be admitted to the hospital and a few infants may require an intervention to help their breathing. This illness is most often caused by a virus called parainfluenza virus type 1, but it can be caused by other viruses. The experimental vaccine that is being investigated in this ...

Use of a Varicella-Zoster Virus (VZV) Vaccine to Prevent Shingles in HIV-Infected Children Who Have Already Had Chickenpox

The purpose of this study is to see if the varicella-zoster virus (VZV) vaccine will be safe and if it can help prevent shingles in HIV-infected children who have already had chickenpox. VZV is the virus that causes chickenpox. If this virus is reactivated in the body, it can also cause shingles. Shingles is common in children with HIV who have had chickenpox, although it is usually not life-threatening. The VZV vaccine used in this study may be able to prevent HIV-posit...

Effectiveness of Calcium Channel Blockade for OP and Carbamate Pesticide Poisoning

This study evaluates whether the addition of intravenous magnesium sulphate or nimodipine to standard therapy (supportive care plus for all patients atropine and, for OP insecticide poisoned patients, pralidoxime) benefits patients after acute anticholinesterase self-poisoning with OP or carbamate insecticides.

Risk of Bladder Cancer in Type 2 Diabetes Patients With Pioglitazone Therapy "PROBE"

Pioglitazone, an agonist of the peroxisome-proliferator-activated receptor (PPAR), is a relatively new oral anti-hyperglycemic drug. Since its first approval in the USA in 1999, a potential link with bladder cancer has been a subject of debate. US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) in September, 2010 and European Medicines Agency in July, 2011 issued an alert about a potential relation between the occurrence of bladder cancer and the prescription of pioglitazone, based on the d...

0.3% Sodium Hyaluronate Eye Drop to Prevent Recurrent Corneal Epithelium Exfoliation

Corneal abrasion (TCA) is the most common ophthalmic emergency disease, accounting for about 10% of the American ophthalmic emergency, accounting for 22% of the ophthalmic emergency in Zhongshan Ophthalmic Center. Clinical emergency treatment of TCA is relatively simple and effective, corneal epithelial damage can be recovered within 48 hours. However, about 25% TCA would be developed to the recurrence of exfoliation. Once the recurrence of TCA, the treatment would be more diff...

Does a Phone-based Meditation Application Improve Mental Wellness in Emergency Medicine Personnel?

Emergency medicine is notorious for its high rate of burnout and mental health issues. The emergency department (ED) is a high paced work environment dealing with life and death issues. Employees in the ED work shift times that are not conducive to a natural circadian rhythm. All of these factors lead to high rates of burnout and overall dissatisfaction with their career choice. These are known downsides of a career in emergency medicine, but little effort is put into addressin...

Community-Effectiveness of the Distribution of Insecticide-Treated Bed Nets Through Social Marketing Antenatal Care Services in Malaria Control in Rural Burkina Faso

The study aims at assessing which of two distribution channels for insecticide treated bendnets (ITNs), social marketing vs. social marketing coupled with free distribution through ante-natal care, is most effective in reaching groups at high risk of malaria, i.e. pregnant women and children under 5.

A Trial of the Combined Impact of Intermittent Preventive Treatment and Insecticide Treated Bednets in Reducing Morbidity From Malaria in African Children

An investigation will be made of the combined impact of insecticide-treated nets and intermittent preventive treatment with amodiaquine + sulfadoxine-pyrimethamine on malaria morbidity in children in Burkina Faso and Mali.Three rounds of treatment will be given during the malaria season in one year and the follow-up will be extended into the second year by passive surveillance.

Implementation Research of New Dengue Vector Control Tools

This project will provide new insights concerning how to reduce dengue transmission by means of cost-effective and sustainable implementation strategies of vector control methods. The research will assess key strategies which deliver new vector control tools with respect to their cost-effectiveness, acceptability and sustainability in contrasting environments.

Rituximab (Rituxan) for the Prevention of EBV-LPD Epstein Barr Virus (EBV) Lymphoproliferative Disorder Post T Cell Depleted Unrelated and HLA Mis-Matched Related HSCT

The purpose of this study is to determine if we can prevent Epstein Barr Virus lymphomas by the monthly administration of an (antibody) protein against B lymphocytes called Rituximab. Although this medicine has been approved by the Food and Drug Administration to treat patients with other types of lymphomas, and has been used to treat a small number of patients with EBV lymphomas and other types of B-cell leukemias, it has not been approved to try and prevent EBV-lymphomas. Use...

Pilot Safety Study to Determine the Ability of the Protector Cap Jet Injector to Prevent Cross-Contamination

The primary purpose of this study is to determine the ability of the Protector Cap Jet Injector to prevent cross-contamination in the next injection sample. The hypothesis is that the Protector Cap Jet Injector will prevent contamination in the next injection sample, even following injection of volunteers with high levels of hepatitis B virus.

Effect of Bednets and a Water Purification Device on HIV Disease Progression Among ART naïve Patients in Kenya

In many areas of the world most severely affected by the HIV/AIDS pandemic, insect and water-borne diseases such as malaria and diarrheal disease are common causes of illness and death. In addition, diarrhea and malaria are more common and more severe among adults and children infected with HIV. These infections may modulate the immune system, affect the replication of the HIV virus and could result in more rapid HIV disease progression in co-infected individuals. Access to ...

Incidence of Iatrogenic Diseases on Hospital's Emergency Consultations

French population grows older year after year: 24.3% people were over 60 years old in 2006 against 20.6% in 2000 and the expected number might be over 33% in 2050. The elderly suffer from lots of illnesses, so they usually take lots of drugs. Therefore, this drug use is most likely to have adverse drug reactions. Finally, according to Health Ministry, the number of emergency department consultations doubled from 1996 to 2016. Consequently, it is interesting to study th...

Emergency Department (ED) Adolescent Alcohol Prevention Intervention

The aim of the present study is to prevent or delay the initiation of alcohol use among young adolescents being seen in a pediatric emergency department, by enhancing parental monitoring and improving parent/adolescent conversations. Previous studies have shown that the pediatric emergency department is an excellent location for performing prevention interventions. By targeting individuals and their families in the pediatric emergency department (PED), we are capitalizing on th...

Evaluation of Combined Use of ITN's and Insect Repellents Against Malaria

Insecticide Treated Nets (ITN's) offer good protection against malaria in Africa where the vector mosquitoes feed indoors late at night. However, in other parts of the world like South America, vectors feed earlier in the evening before people go to bed. In such cases it may be necessary to use alternative treatments in the evening to supplement the efficacy of ITN's. This study compares 2 matched groups of households in the Bolivian Amazon. One group will be given ITN's pl...

Community Point Distribution of Insecticide Treated Bed Nets

All households in three zones in Zambia's Eastern Province were invited to attend a community point distribution of insecticide treated bed nets (ITNs). Households were then randomized to different intervals for a community health worker (CHW) hang-up visit.

Predictive Tracking of Patient Flow in the Emergency Services During the Virus Winter Epidemics

Epidemics and infectious diseases in general, punctuate much of the activity of an emergency service. The impact of winter infections is particularly important to vulnerable populations such as infant during bronchiolitis epidemics and the elderly during seasonal influenza. Each year, these epidemic phenomena lead to disorganization of emergency services and healthcare teams by lack of anticipation and organizational measures in particular to manage the approval of emergency se...

Structure of the Herpes Simplex Virus Receptor

This study will examine the structure of the receptor molecule for the herpes simplex virus (HSV) and determine if the receptor's structure is related to susceptibility to infection with the virus. There are two types of herpes virus-HSV-1 and HSV-2. HSV-1 commonly causes cold sores, and HSV-2 usually causes genital herpes. The herpes virus enters (infects) cells through protein molecules on the cell's surface. This study will explore possible differences between the struct...

Emergency Contraception (ECP): Reducing Unintended Pregnancies

Emergency contraception is a method of birth control that can be used up to three days after sexual intercourse. Emergency contraceptive pills (ECPs) can be given to a woman before she needs them (advance provision) or when she needs them (emergency provision). This study will compare these two methods of providing ECPs.

Impact of An Emergency Response System on Anxiety and Health-Care Use

What to do after an elderly patient falls but is not seriously injured can be a very challenging decisions for the patient and the Emergency Physician. Unfortunately, homecare support is often unavailable for weeks. The patient and physician must then choose between discharge home without support, or hospitalization. An emergency response service (ERS) allows the patient to summon assistance from anywhere in their home, and may provide another option. Objectives: To see ...

Preventing Malaria During Pregnancy in Epidemic-Prone Areas.

The purpose of this study is to compare the efficacy and cost-effectiveness of three alternative strategies for the prevention of malaria during pregnancy in an epidemic-prone area of low transmission in the East African Highlands. The strategies being compared are: - intermittent preventive treatment with sulfadoxine-pyrimethamine (IPT-SP) - an insecticide treated net (ITN), and - intermittent preventive treatment with SP plus an ITN In addition to th...

Arresting Vertical Transmission of Hepatitis B Virus

The purpose of this pilot study is to demonstrate the feasibility of adding HBV screening and treatment of pregnant women to the existing HIV PMTCT platform in order to prevent mother-to-child transmission of hepatitis B virus.

Facilitated Referral for Children Screening Positive for Mental Illness

The purpose of this study is to find out how prevalent unidentified Mental Health issues are in the pediatric population that visits the Emergency Department in an urban city.

Peripheral Blood Lymphocyte Therapy to Prevent Lymphoproliferative Disorders Caused by Epstein-Barr Virus in Patients Who Have Undergone Transplantation

RATIONALE: Peripheral blood lymphocyte therapy may be effective in the treatment and prevention of Epstein-Barr virus infection following transplantation. PURPOSE: Phase II trial to study the effectiveness of peripheral blood lymphocyte therapy in treating and preventing lymphoproliferative disorders in patients who have Epstein-Barr virus infection following transplantation.

Effectiveness of a Four-level Chinese Emergency Triage Scale in Mainland China

Inter-rater reliability between experts and triage nurses was assessed in 484 emergency patients. The criterion-related validity was evaluated in other 30687 emergency patients, based on emergency department (ED) mortality, the length of stay in ED, the number of discharge, and hospitalization (intensive care/general ward).

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