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01:25 EDT 21st March 2019 | BioPortfolio

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Impact of Vitamin D Supplementation on Lactation Associated Bone Loss

Studies have shown that lactation is associated with a loss of bone density from four to seven percent at the spine and hip among women who lactate for six months. Decline in bone density with lactation occurs rapidly. Although bone density increases after weaning, there is controversy on whether or not it is completely restored. Epidemiological studies find no significant negative impact of lactation on bone mass or fractures, and in fact there is evidence that lactation has a...


Physiological and Cognitive Biomarkers for Ketamine's Antidepressant Effects

Anxious depression is a particularly difficult-to-treat subtype of depression. Patients with anxious depression do not respond as well to currently available antidepressant medications. Nevertheless, in previous studies, low dose IV ketamine, which rapidly decreases symptoms of depression within hours in many patients with "treatment-resistant" depression, has been associated with superior efficacy in those individuals with anxious compared with non-anxious depression. In order...

Recombinant Human Prolactin for Lactation Induction

The purpose of the study is to assess the safety and determine the effects of the hormone prolactin on lactation (breast milk production).


Recombinant Human Prolactin for Lactation Induction

The purpose of the study is to assess the safety and determine the effects of the hormone prolactin on lactation (breast milk production).

Burnout Syndrome Among Medical Residents

Whether and to what extent burnout risk is actually higher in surgical specialties than in non-surgical specialties is still unknown. Little is also known about what factors are associated with burnout between surgical residents and non-surgical residents. In this context, the present study has a three-fold aim: 1) to measure the prevalence of burnout among a sample of Italian medical residents; 2) to contrast the prevalence of burnout and psychological distress in surgical res...

Recombinant Human Prolactin for Lactation Induction

The purpose of the study is to assess the safety and determine the effects of the hormone prolactin on lactation (breast milk production).

Hydoxyurea Exposure in Lactation: A Pharmacokinetics Study (HELPS)

To examine the pharmacokinetics and distribution of oral hydroxyurea when administered as a single dose to lactating women

Effects of Anke Malz on Women During Lactation

Human milk is the most optimal food to provide all infants' needs before eating solid food. However, underproduction of milk is a common and concerned problem for breastfeeding women. In this case, proper milk-making foods reveal their importance on lactation. In many European countries, ancient wisdom clams that non-alcoholic malt beverage could facilitate the secretion of breast milk. This study estimates the effects of non-alcoholic malt product during first three months of ...

Effects of a Unique Co-created Intervention With Care Home Residents and University Students Following a Service-learning Methodology to Reduce Sedentary Behaviour.

Background. There is a growing demand for long-term care settings. Care-home residents are a vulnerable group with high levels of physical dependency and cognitive impairment. Long-term care facilities' policy need to adapt and offer more effective and sustainable interventions to address their complex physical and mental health needs. Despite the increasing emphasis on patient and public involvement, marginalised groups such as care-home residents, can be overlooked when inclu...

A Comparison of Primary Care and Traditional Internal Medicine Residents

The goal of this study is to identify objective differences between primary care and traditional medicine residents in clinical performance, continuity of care and utilization of resources. Specifically, this retrospective study will analyze the database collected by CLIMACS, the computer system at Cornell Internal Medicine Associates (CIMA). This system is used for clinical and administrative purposes; it manages and tracks patient's information and demographics, appointment b...

Factors Predisposing to Inappropriate Transfers of Nursing Home Residents to Emergency Departments

According to the data of our nursing homes (NH) research network (REHPA - Gérontopôle Toulouse, 345 nursing home in France), 13.5% of NH residents are hospitalized every 3 months or about 50% per year. These hospitalizations concern for half, transfers to emergency department (ED). Data from the literature and the PLEIAD study, conducted with 300 NH in France, confirm that intense flows between NH and ED. These studies also support the idea that these transfers to ED potentia...

PLAY (PhysicaL ActivitY) Policy Study

This study examines the effectiveness and appropriateness of a written physical activity policy implemented in licensed centre-based childcare on the physical activity levels of toddlers (1-2) and preschoolers (3-5 years). Half of the childcare centres will adopt the physical activity policy while the other half will continue with their typical daily programming and care. It is hypothesized that children enrolled in childcare centres that adopt the policy will display increased...

Evaluation of an Intervention Model for Family Crisis and Support

To learn more about how a family treatment program helps people after brain injury. Specifically, do families feel better and function better after going through the program, and do patients feel better and function better after going through the program.

Well-Being in Medical Residents

It is necessary and important to design tools to evaluate a central aspect of medical residents formation. The research group has been working with resident well-being since a few years in order to improve the global quality of the education and working environment. The investigators present a plan to develop and validate a tool to assess residents well-being. A tool designed with this characteristics would be of much importance to monitored as a security event, managed and act...

The Effect of Reflexology on Lactation and Postpartum Comfort for Cesarean-delivery Primiparous Mothers

Immediately after cesarean birth, many women suffer from breastfeeding problems due to pain, fatigue, activity intolerance, anesthesia, and delayed onset of lactation. Because of these avoidable problems, the baby cannot get enough breast milk, and mothers' postpartum comfort decreases. This study aimed to investigate the effect of reflexology on lactation and postpartum comfort in primiparas giving births through cesarean section.

Protein Requirement During Lactation

It is well established that a breast-feeding women need more protein in their diet compared to non-lactating women, but how much additional protein is needed remains unclear. There is reason to believe that the current Dietary Reference Intake (DRI) recommendations for breast-feeding women are too low. To gain better understanding, we plan to study healthy breast-feeding women 20 - 45 yrs, between 3 - 5 months lactation and 6 - 8 months lactation. We will use the indicator amin...

Lead Mobilization & Bone Turnover in Pregnancy/Lactation

We are examining the role of maternal bone lead turnover during pregnancy and lactation as a potential source of lead exposure for the fetus and the infant (via breast milk). A cohort, ascertained at entry to care, consists of >1000 women to be followed through pregnancy. In the postpartum subjects are recruited for a nested case control study to assess the influence of lactation on maternal bone density, maternal blood lead and breast milk lead.

Auricular Therapy for Postpartum Lactation

The aim of this study is to function as a pilot study in evaluating the effects of auricular therapy (AT) on lactation for women in the immediate post cesarean period while examining the feasibility of the three-parallel-arm, sham-controlled randomized design. The study hypothesizes that post cesarean women who receive AT with standard care for 96 hours postpartum have earlier onset of lactogenesis II and larger milk production when compared with women who receive sham AT with ...

Effects of Geriatric Inclusive Art Activity in Nursing Home Residents (GIA)

The study aimed to compare the changes in health and functional status between nursing home residents practicing GIA activity and a control group of residents, and to examine the changes in residents' abilities to participate in GIA activity.

Clinical Decision Support (CDS) for Outpatient Radiology Imaging

The goal of the study is to determine whether clinical decision support (CDS) affects the number, type, or appropriateness of targeted high-cost radiology images (i.e. MR and CT) ordered. The CDS will be delivered in Epic through ACRSelect software, which is a leading decision support tool based on the American College of Radiology (ACR) Appropriateness Criteria (see http://www.acr.org/Quality-Safety/Appropriateness-Criteria), and presents the ACR appropriateness scores for eac...

EFFECT OF LOW LEVEL LASER THERAPY VERSUS ELECTROACUPUNCTURE ON POSTNATAL SCANTY MILK SECRETION

A randomized controlled study conducted on 60 healthy primiparous mothers with insufficient lactation. The participants were divided randomly into three equal groups, Group (A) control, Group (B) received low power He-Ne laser beam on both breasts and Group (C) received faradic current stimulation at Spleen 6, Liver 3 and Small Intestine 1 acupuncture points on both sides, all participants received 10 mg domperidone 3 times a day and advice about lactation, nutrition and fluid ...

Clinical Decision Support (CDS) for Radiology Imaging

The goal of the study is to determine whether clinical decision support (CDS) for radiology affects the number, type, or appropriateness of targeted high-cost radiology imaging orders (i.e. magnetic resonance (MR), computed tomography (CT), nuclear medicine (NM) and Positron Emission Tomography (PET) scans). The CDS will be delivered to physicians in the Aurora Health Care system. It will be delivered in Epic, an industry-standard electronic medical record software, through ACR...

Impact of Non-Commercialism Policy in Seattle Schools

This pilot study on the impact of a non-commercialism policy in Seattle schools will assess and evaluate obesity-related health outcomes of a real-life policy decision, recently voted on and adopted by the Seattle School Board. The policy reduces the exposure to advertising and other marketing pressures, including those from commercial food vendors.

Observational Study on the Pharmacokinetics of Oseltamivir in the Treatment of Influenza During Lactation

The main purpose of this study is to assess the potential exposure of neonates to oseltamivir during lactation by examining oseltamivir concentrations in maternal blood, urine, and breast milk in breastfeeding women who are treated with oseltamivir, an anti-flu medication.

Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI) Correlation to Standard of Care Imaging and Pathology Correlation in Breast Carcinoma

Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI) is a well known imaging tool for the investigation and diagnosis of breast cancer, used in addition to breast mammograms and ultrasound. Recent publications suggest that MRI may be the best test to use in women who have very dense breasts, have a family history of breast cancer and have had breast cancer and were treated with breast saving measures. MRI has been shown to be a better tool to show multiple breast cancer spots than mammography or u...


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