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Respiratory Management of Children Under Anaesthesia

Ventilation management in paediatric anaesthesia remains difficult because of the wide range of age and weight, and therefore practices are heterogeneous. In adults, protective ventilation during anesthesia is now a standard of care but in children there is no level of evidence to recommend it. The aim of the study was to describe current practice and the factors associated with the use of high tidal volume during anaesthesia in children in France.


Observe Alternating Hemiplegia of Childhood (OBSERV-AHC) Study

Alternating Hemiplegia of Childhood (AHC) is a rare and serious disease that is in need of effective, and hopefully even curative, therapies. Afflicted patients suffer from severe paralyzing crises, often excruciatingly painful muscle spasms, severe often life threatening epileptic seizures, and frequently severe developmental and psychiatric/psychological disabilities. Based on the repeated input from family organizations and from professionals, as expressed at the London 2016...

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...


Citrate Salts for Stone-free Result After Flexible Ureterorenoscopy for Inferior Calyx Calculi

The prevalence of urolithiasis is around 10 % in the French population. It is thus a major public health issue. When the stone is not spontaneously removed, interventions such as extracorporeal lithotripsy or flexible ureteroscopy (F-URS) are performed. F-URS is usually preferred in inferior calyx stones > 7 mm in comparison with lithotripsy, with better results. Efficacy of ureteroscopy is based on the "stone-free rate" (SFR) at 3 months. A SFR index is assessed according to t...

Timing of Sodium Intake and Nocturnal Sodium Excretion and Blood Pressure in Obese African Americans

Experimental data have shown that timing of sodium intake impacts diurnal patterns of sodium excretion. The purpose of this study is to test the hypothesis that the time of day for salt intake impacts (1) blood pressure rhythms and urinary sodium excretion and (2) circadian timing of factors responsible for blood pressure regulation and cardiometabolic health in obese individuals. These studies will address two aims. The first aim will test the hypothesis that limiting high sal...

The Effect of Tart Cherry (Prunus Cerasus) Concentrate on Physiological and Cognitive Function

A randomized, double blind, counterbalanced, placebo controlled independent groups design to determine the effects of 3 month supplementation with tart cherry concentrate on indices of cardiometabolic health, exercise capacity and cognitive function. Following screening and recruitment, participants are familiarised with the testing equipment and procedures after which they will be randomly assigned to receive either Montmorency tart cherry concentrate (MC) or an isocaloric pla...

Peer to Peer Programs for Military Suicide Prevention

In the present project the investigators propose to test the efficacy of a peer to peer program entitled Airman's Edge. The Airman's Edge program plans to utilize peer mentors that will be trained in specialized skills designed to impact suicide risk at multiple levels of the military community without creating "extra duties" that increase workload and interfere with mission demands. Peer mentors will introduce primary prevention strategies to their units that target broad-base...

Study on Adaptive Radiotherapy and Multimodal Information of Cervical Cancer Assisted by Artificial Intelligence

The standard treatment for non-operative cervical cancer is concurrent external radiation therapy and chemotherapy followed by brachytherapy. During the period of radiotherapy, organ movement and tumor shrinkage may lead to insufficient or excessive radiation dose for the tumor and organs at risk. Adaptive radiotherapy can use images information acquired during treatment as feedback to reduce errors. Total 122 cases of cervical cancer with stage IB2-IVA will be randomly enroll...

Screening of Gastric Cancer Via Breath Volatile Organic Compounds by Hybrid Sensing Approach

The study is aimed to determine the potential of volatile marker testing for gastric cancer screening. The study will be addressing the role of confounding factors, including lifestyle factors, diet, smoking as well as addressing the potential role of microbiota in the composition of exhaled volatile markers.

Seizures in Infants Hospitalized in Pediatric Intensive Care Unit for Bronchiolitis

Bronchiolitis is the leading cause of pediatric intensive care unit admission in infants. Seizures during bronchiolitis may be a neurological complication of respiratory viruses but also of the treatments. The investigating team's hypothesis is that the incidence of seizures is not so so uncommon in infants hospitalized in the pediatric intensive care unit for severe bronchiolitis.

Nocturnal Symptoms and Quality of Life in Patients With Parkinson's Disease in Shanghai

This is a cross-sectional, retrospective clinical observation study focusing on the incidence and influencing factors of nocturnal symptoms in patients with Parkinson's disease.

The Identification of Phenotypes in Patients With Severe Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease

Rationale: Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease (COPD) is defined by airway obstruction. However, the degree of airflow limitation does not adequately describe the complexity of COPD because significant heterogeneity exists between patients with respect to their clinical presentation, physiology, imaging, response to therapy, decline in lung function and survival. Currently, a clear alternative for describing COPD does not exist but the identification of subgroups of COPD pati...

Personalized Nutrition and eHealth: Lifestyle Intervention (LION) Study for Weight Loss Maintenance

Despite standardized intervention strategies, weight loss and weight loss maintenance largely differ from person to person. Factors which may contribute to these individual differences is current object of research. In order to investigate predictors and barriers for weight management and to investigate two different dietary interventions and two different digital tools for weight maintenance, the LION-Study was designed as follows: Step I (screening, baseline phenotyping), st...

Gait Analysis in Moderate Hemophiliac Patients (AQM-Hemophile)

The management of moderate hemophilia is less codified than those of severe patients; because these patients are theoretically less likely to bleed and therefore less likely to develop arthropathies. Nowaways, the question arises as to the appropriateness of this "symptomatic" management for the prevention of the occurrence of hemophilic arthropathies. Indeed, a significant number of moderate hemophiliacs seems to develop severe arthropathies that cause significant disability. ...

Healthcare-associated Links in Transmission of Nontuberculous Mycobacteria in Cystic Fibrosis

Sources of NTM infection and modes of transmission among CF patients are poorly understood. Healthcare-associated transmission of NTM among CF patients has been suspected and is of growing concern for CF Centers. There is a need for a systematic evidence-based approach to investigating potential episodes of healthcare-associated transmission. Clusters of highly similar strains of NTM in CF patients cared for at the same CF Center may arise from healthcare sources including pati...

A Study to Assess the Relative Bioavailability of 3 Different Formulations Under Fasted and Fed Condition

This study is intended to assess the relative bioavailability between the (extended-release) ER8 capsule formulation (the formulation that is currently used for verinurad development) given under fasted conditions and 2 new capsule formulations of verinurad (A-capsule and B-capsule) given under fed or fasted conditions. All three capsules target an 8-hour release profile (extended-release). The highest dose (12 mg) currently tested in participants will be tested in this study. ...

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...

The Impact of Dietary Habits and Nutrition Intervention on Metabolic Syndrome in Individuals With Schizophrenia

Metabolic syndrome is a term used to describe a complex clinical condition that includes abdominal obesity, increased level of serum triglycerides, elevated blood pressure, decreased level of high-density lipoprotein cholesterol, and high fasting glucose level. Metabolic syndrome represents one of the major risk factors for the development of cardiovascular diseases and type 2 diabetes mellitus. According to the results of numerous previously conducted studies, the prevalence o...

Post-prandial Effects of Extra Virgin Olive Oil on Endothelial Function in Adults at Risk for Type 2 Diabetes: A Randomized Crossover Controlled Trial

Purpose: The number of cases of adults with Type 2 diabetes has quadrupled since 1980. This increase in the number of cases of diabetes is attributed to changes in dietary patterns, which include an increase in the consumption of obesogenic foods such as sugary foods and beverages. Patients with diabetes or at risk for diabetes are more likely to develop a cardiovascular event. Though glycemic control remains the basis of diabetes care, the co-management of atheroscleros...

A Computer-based Cognitive Remediation Program for Adults With Intellectual Disability

Adults with intellectual disabilities have great difficulty in adapting to social situations and relationships. Cognitive impairment associated with intellectual disability are important factors to understand their difficulties in processing social information. In the field of recognition of facial emotions in particular, basic cognitive processes such as visuospatial and attentional functions, are heavily involved. Cognitive remediation is a management tool widely used by prac...

Phase II Study of Oral Vancomycin in Patients With Unresectable Fibrolamellar Hepatocellular Carcinoma (FLC)

Background: -Fibrolamellar hepatocellular carcinoma (FLC) is a rare liver cancer (0.5-9% of primary liver cancers), which affects younger age groups and is not associated with underlying liver disease or elevated serum alpha fetoprotein (AFP) levels. - Surgery, either liver resection (LR) or liver transplantation (LT), is the only potentially curative treatment for FLC patients with resectable disease. Disease recurrence after complete resection is high (3...

Vitamin D Supplementation on Surrogate Markers of Ageing, Ageing Genes, Glycemic and Metabolic Markers in North India

Prediabetes is a substantial problem in India not only because it itself can be associated with morbidities such as coronary artery disease but also because it is a point of important for prevention of diabetes. It is not clear if apparent accelerated aging in Indian population associated with heightened tendency for prediabetes, metabolic syndrome, atherosclerosis and dys-metabolic state etc. could, besides lifestyle factors, be related to vitamin D deficiency, or ageing-relat...

Inflammatory Biomarkers to Diagnose and Monitor Diabetic Foot Osteomyelitis

The investigators plan to do a retrospective chart review of 500 patients admitted to the hospital between January 1, 2010 and December 31, 2015 with diabetic foot infections. The investigators will define a positive case of osteomyelitis as bone with positive bacterial cultures or histologic finding of acute or chronic osteomyelitis. Levels of inflammatory biomarkers (CRP, ESR) will be collected from the charts from the first time of diagnosis. Because wound healing, biomarker...

Weight Patterns in the Month After Birth

This is a prospective cohort study that will be conducted in four low income countries to describe newborn weight patterns in the first month after birth and their association with clinical and demographic factors including dietary intake.

Cognitive Training Cerebral Palsy

This study aims to conduct a single-blind randomized controlled trial with sixty children with Cerebral Palsy (CP) to explore if a home-based computerized multi-modal executive training is effective improving infants' executive functions (EF), as the primary outcome. As secondary outcomes, it will be tested if the intervention exerts a positive effect on other cognitive functions, social relationships, and quality of life (QOL) in children with CP. It is expected to observe cha...


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