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A Prospective Cohort Study About Health and Offspring Developmental &Behavioral Outcomes

This topic puts forward a hypothesis: genetic and environmental factors such as major depressive disorder during pregnancy, nutritional status of vitamin A, D, E, and folic acid, intestinal microecology, and bisphenol A exposure, may affect the cognitive development level of the offspring through the genetic correlation with attention deficit hyperactivity disorder, developmental delay/intellectual disability, and major depressive disorder, allelic heterogeneity and pleiotropy ...


Older Emergency Department Users and Hospitalization After an Index Visit: Results of ER2 Database

This study evaluates the recommendations of a screening tool called: ER2 (Emergency Room Evaluation and Recommendations Form).This stool is used in Emergency Department by nurses, and it supposes to measure patient risk score.

Validation of Cardiac Magnetic Resonance Sequences in Patients With Single Ventricles

Single ventricle defects make up the severe end of the congenital heart disease spectrum. The Fontan operation leads to a complete redirection of systemic venous blood outside of the heart and directly into the lungs. Patients with single ventricles suffer from multiple complications. Their survival has improved over the past decades, but is still severely compromised compared to the general population. Their evaluation includes echocardiography and functional status by histor...


Non Invasive Neuromodulation for Patients With Motor Control Disorders

Movement disorders are neurological syndromes leading to excessive movements or to limited control of voluntary and automatic movements. Many of these disorders are not life-threatening but represent serious difficulties in carrying out the activities of daily living and reduce patient's independence and quality of life. This project NeuroMOD (neuromodulation for patients with disorders of motor control) proposes the development of a neuromodulation-based platform for the reha...

Breast Milk: Influence of the Micro-transcriptome Profile on Atopy in Children and Toddlers

This is an observational cohort study of 200 breast-feeding mother-infant dyads delivered at term. The goal of the study is to investigate whether levels of immune-related microRNAs (miRNAs) in maternal breast milk (MBM) influence child atopy risk in the first 12 months, defined as atopic dermatitis, wheezing, or food allergy. Infant exposure to individual miRNA components will be quantified at 0, 4, and 16-weeks after delivery using high throughput RNA sequencing of MBM sample...

Potential Harms of Untargeted Iron Supplementation in Cambodia Where Iron Deficiency is Not the Cause of Anemia

In 2016, the World Health Organization (WHO) set a global policy recommending daily oral iron supplementation (60 mg iron) for 12 weeks for all women living in countries where anemia prevalence is >40%, such as in Cambodia. However, recent studies have shown the prevalence of iron deficiency to be low in Cambodian women and that supplementation would likely only benefit ~10% of women. Iron supplementation may be harmful in women with genetic blood disorders (e.g. thalassemia),...

Fresh Truck Pilot to Reduce Food Insecurity in a Medicaid ACO

This research is a randomized pilot study of an intervention to address food insecurity among intermediate risk Boston Accountable Care Organization (BACO) members receiving primary care at Boston Medical Center (BMC). The investigators propose a parallel group, randomized pilot study among intermediate risk Medicaid ACO patients at BMC who have experienced food insecurity in the past 12 months, with a total enrollment of 120 participants (N=120). Half of the pilot study parti...

MBL Level in Women With Recurrent Miscarriage and Its Association With Perinatal Outcome

The present study is based on the hypothesis, that recurrent pregnancy loss (RPL) is associated with abnormal mannose binding lectin (MBL) plasma level. Secondarily, MBL plasma level may affect the perinatal outcome in the first pregnancy following RPL. Thus, the present study aim to examine whether MBL should be a biomarker for women at risk for RPL and, secondarily, perinatal complications, and consequently help identify fragile women who need intensified perinatal care.

Percutaneous Vertebroplasty Using Rotary Cutter for Bone Metastases

Percutaneous vertebroplasty has been applied widely to treat bone metastases. The injected cement may strengthen the affected bone to prevent pathological fractures and relieve the pain. Moreover, the thermal reaction (70°C) due to polymerisation of cement also contributes to tumour destruction. The cement dose and diffusion pattern may be significant factors for the treatment efficacy, which can be affected by the inner pressure of the metastases. The investigators will apply...

Detection of Postoperative Respiratory Depression in High Risk Patients Utilizing Minute Ventilation Monitoring

Respiratory volume monitor (RVM) (ExSpiron) is superior to continuous pulse oximetry in detection of postoperative respiratory depression in high risk patients.

Asynchronies in Pediatric Noninvasive Ventilation

The term ''Non-invasive ventilation'' (NIV) refers to various methods of respiratory assistance, in the absence of an indwelling endotracheal tube. In recent years, the use of NIV has increased for the treatment of both acute and chronic pediatric respiratory failure. Patient tolerance to the technique is a critical factor determining its success in avoiding endotracheal intubation. One of the key factors determining tolerance to NIV is optimal synchrony between the patient's s...

Investigating the Role of Luminal Pressure on Arteriovenous Fistula Maturation

Introduction Arteriovenous fistula (AVF) is the preferred hemodialysis vascular access due to its higher patency and lower infection rate. However, its major weakness is suboptimal maturation rate. Although that substantial risk factors for AVF maturation failure have been disclosed, a modifiable risk factor remains absent. While contemporary theory for AVF maturation failure focuses on disturbed wall shear stress, complicate assumtions and measurement preclude its clinical app...

Left Ventricular Dysfunction Post-surgical Patent Ductus Arteriosus Ligation in Children: Predictor Factors Analysis

Background: PDA is viewed as a standout amongst the most widely recognized congenital heart defects in children and its closure is responsible for many hemodynamic changes that require intervention and care. Methods: A retrospective study included fifty children with isolated PDA treated by surgical ligation from June 2015 to June 2018. Their mean age was 15.78 ± 7.58 months and 72% were females. The LV dimensions and systolic function were assessed by two-dimen...

The Revitalize Study

There is a great need for effective treatments and prevention therapies that can provide symptomatic and disease modifying benefits for those at risk for Alzheimer's disease. The proposed multi-site collaborative project brings together research teams at the University of Florida (UF) and University of Arizona (UA) to test a novel, relatively low cost, low risk, and potentially high impact therapeutic intervention in older adults who are at increased risk for Alzheimer's diseas...

Natural History of Hypereosinophilia and Hypereosinophilic Syndromes

Unexplained chronic hypereosinophilia (HE) and hypereosinophilic syndromes (HES) are heterogeneous regarding the organ involvements (heart, lungs, skin, .. or none), the evolutionary profiles, the response to treatments. Underlying mechanisms are largely unknown and may associate genetic predisposing factors (germinal ? somatic?), environmental factors (alimentation, tobacco use, hormones, infections, ..) The COHESion study aims to study all clinical and biological characteris...

Effect of PF-06651600 on the Pharmacokinetics of Oral Contraceptive Steroids

This is a Phase 1, randomized, 2 way crossover, open-label study of the effect of multiple-dose PF 06651600 on single-dose oral contraceptive (OC) pharmacokinetics (PK) in healthy female subjects. Subjects will be randomized to 1 of 2 treatment sequences. A total of 28 healthy female subjects (14 in each treatment sequence) will be enrolled in the study. Each treatment sequence will consist of 2 periods.

Testing an Online Intervention to Improve Parents' Communication With Gay and Bisexual Sons About Sex and HIV

Young men who have sex with men (MSM) are at high risk for HIV infection in the United States, representing 80% of all infections among youth ages 14-24, and 92% of infections among boys ages 14-19. Despite these risks, the field has not even one HIV prevention intervention shown to be effective in decreasing sexual risks or increasing HIV testing among adolescent MSM (AMSM). Historically, reaching AMSM for HIV prevention has been challenging, given their relative geographic is...

Optimizing PrEP Utilization Among Alcohol and Other Drug (AOD) Using Women of Color

Nationally, the HIV case rate among black/ African American (AA) women is nearly 20 times higher than in white women; for Hispanic/Latino women it is 4.5 times higher. Moreover, according to findings in the HIV Prevention Trials Network (HPTN) Study 064 (The Women's HIV SeroIncidence Study), HIV incidence among women who live in communities with high HIV prevalence and poverty is about 6 times higher than for black/AA women. South Florida's new HIV diagnoses are now triple the ...

Acute Effects of Alcohol Use on Chronic Orofacial Pain

Self-medication of pain with alcohol is a common, yet risky, behavior among individuals with chronic orofacial pain. Chronic pain status may affect the degree to which alcohol use relieves pain, but the independent contributions of pain chronification and alcohol-related expectations and conditioning have not been previously studied. This project addresses this gap in knowledge and will inform further research and clinical/translational efforts for reducing risk associated with...

Effects of Semaglutide in HIV-Associated Lipohypertrophy

This is a randomized, double-blinded, placebo-controlled trial designed to assess the effect of the GLP-1 receptor agonist, semaglutide, on visceral and ectopic fat, insulin resistance, inflammation markers, and the downstream effect of cardiovascular risk in people with HIV. A similarly-designed study will enroll overweight/obese participants without HIV who will match the participants with HIV by gender, age, and BMI, and will run in parallel to the HIV study. The primary end...

Reduction of Occurence of Acute Kidney Injury (AKI) Through Administration of Glutamine

The aim of this study is to evaluate whether the application of glutamine versus control in patients with high risk for AKI identified by biomarkers can reduce kidney damage after cardiac surgery.

The Impact of a Pluridisciplinary Education Program on Venous Leg Ulcer Size Reduction

Background and rationale: Venous leg ulcers (VLU) are slow healing wounds with a recurrence rate of 70% and a 60% risk of becoming chronic. The estimated VLU prevalence in the general population is 3%. Current therapeutic approaches are multifaceted and focus on reducing wound size and improving wound healing as well as preventing ulcer recurrence. They require a pluridisciplinary team of health care professionals from the domains of nursing, medicine, physiotherapy and nutriti...

Improved Prediction of Recurrent Stroke and Detection of Small Volume Stroke

Rationale: Over 20.000 people suffer an ischemic stroke in the Netherlands each year. Large artery occlusions are easy to identify and can be treated with endovascular clot removal. 70% of patient will however suffer from a more distal occlusion resulting in small volume stroke or a transient ischemic attack (TIA). Small ischemic lesions are hard to detect with current acute stroke protocols. TIA and small volume stroke patients, are at an increased risk for recurrent stroke, m...

Dose-Escalation Study of the Safety and Immunogenicity of a Novel Rabies Vaccine ChAd155-RG vs. the Comparator RABAVERT Vaccine in Healthy Adult Subjects

This is a single-center, observer-blinded, dosage-escalation trial to evaluate the safety, tolerability, reactogenicity, and immunogenicity of ChAd155-RG compared with RABAVERT in rabies virus-naïve healthy male and non-pregnant female adult subjects ages 18-49. There are 4 dose groups: Group A will receive ChAd155-RG at the lower dosage (5x1010vp) on Day 1, then placebo injections on Days 8, 15, and 22; Group B will receive ChAd155-RG at the higher dosage (1x1011vp) on Day 1,...

Screening of Pulmonary Hypertension in Methamphetamine Abusers

Methamphetamine is misuse if classified as a "likely" risk factor for pulmonary arterial hypertension (PAH). Nevertheless the actual prevalence of and a screening strategy for PAH in methamphetamine users have not been established. In this study, the prevalence of PAH will be investigated and its independent risk factors among methamphetamine users will be identified.


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