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Feasibility of the "Heart-track" Rehabilitative Device Prototype

Abstract Title: "Heart-track" cardiac rehabilitation device prototype designed for exercise training post coronary revascularisation: A usability study Background: Percutaneous Coronary Intervention (PCI) is a common surgical procedure for heart attack patients. International guidelines recommend that all patients complete phase two (outpatient) cardiac rehabilitation (CR) after PCI, as it plays a critical role in reducing five-year cardiovascular mortality and the risk of card...

Dual-task Training for Function in MCI

Mild cognitive impairment (MCI) is an intermediate stage between the expected cognitive decline of normal aging and severe dementia associated with Alzheimer's disease (AD). In the United States about 20% of older adults have MCI. Loss of cognitive function in aging can have far-reaching and devastating impacts on functional status, independence, and quality of life. Unfortunately, the therapeutic options to slow progression of cognitive decline in aging are limited. Dual-task ...

National Registry of Lumen Apossing Metal Stent Incidences

Study design: Prospective Case Series Disease or disorder under study: Lifespan of the Axios apposition luminal prosthesis Population under study: Patients with an Axios type intraluminal apposition prosthesis Expected dates of completion: - Start: January 2019 - Completion: December 2020 Funding source: Does not require financing

Fecal Microbiota Transplantation For The Treatment Of Gastro-Intestinal Acute GVHD

Gastro-Intestinal Acute Graft Versus Host Disease (GI-aGVHD) is a complication of allogeneic stem cell transplant which is usually treated with steroids. You are being asked to take part in this study because you have recently been diagnosed with GI-GVHD. The standard of care for GI-aGVHD is steroids. When aGVHD does not respond to steroids it is described as steroid-refractory aGVHD. There is no standard therapy for steroid-refractory GI-aGVHD. This study is a Phase II study....

Efficacy of Psychological Therapies in Patients With Functional Bowel Disorders

The purpose of this study is study bowel symptoms, quality of life, and personal factors that may affect your health. In Aim 1 of this study participants will be invited to complete 6 survey-based questionnaires online. In Aim 2 of this study will monitor the effectiveness of a 12 week therapy program on bowel symptoms and overall quality of life.

ENhancing Recovery in CHildren Undergoing Surgery for IBD

Initiated in the 1990s, perioperative Enhanced Recovery Protocols (ERPs) have progressively gained traction in a wide range of adult surgical disciplines and have decreased hospital length of stay (LOS), in-hospital costs, complications, and result in a markedly improved patient care experience that mitigates the physiologic stress of surgery and hastens recovery. Implementation of ERPs in pediatric surgery is lagging and concerted efforts to demonstrate both clinical effective...

Endovascular Denervation in Patients With Peripheral Arterial Disease

Sympathetic overactivity partly promotes the development of peripheral artery disease which mainly leads to ischemia of the lower limbs. Endovascular arterial denervation (ED) is a minimally invasive technique which could deliver Radiofrequency energy by a multi-electrode catheter to the Lower limb artery to restore Sympathetic activity. The purpose of this study is to evaluate the effects of multi-electrode radiofrequency ablation system on lower limb ischemia with PAD.

Compassion-Centered Spiritual Health for Faculty and Staff

Compassion-Centered Spiritual Health (CCSH) at Emory University was launched as a joint creation by Spiritual Health and the Center for Contemplative Science and Compassion-Based Ethics in 2018. The program enhances the practice of spiritual health through CCSH Interventions, which are a Cognitively-Based Compassion Training (CBCT)-based approach to support the practices of spiritual health clinicians. CBCT is a research-based contemplative program developed at Emory University...

Anti-inflammatory Effects of Tiotropium in Patients With Stable COPD

This study aims to assess the anti-inflammatory effects after 6 weeks treatment with tiotropium compared to placebo in patients with stable COPD

Effects of Shoulder Stabilization Exercises in the Office Workers With Shoulder Protraction

Office workers continuously work with the forward head posture. Forward head posture may cause upper extremity problems in the office workers due to the increase in the load on the muscles and joints of the cervical spine. This working posture may cause scapular rotation downward, increase in activation of the scapular muscles, pain, limited range of motion (ROM) and poor proprioception, which can create a vicious circle. Especially in the office workers that using computer vib...

Response Inhibition and Deep Brain Stimulation in Parkinson's Disease

The purpose of this study is to investigate the brain activity associated with non-motor symptoms of movement disorders, including Parkinson's disease and essential tremor. These movement disorders commonly have significant non-motor features also, including depression, cognitive impairment, decreased attention, and slower processing speeds. The investigators are interested in the brain activity associated with these symptoms, and perform recordings of the surface of the brain,...

Effects of Trehalose and Polyphenols in Vasculopathic Patients

Peripheral arterial disease (PAD) is an important manifestation of systemic atherosclerosis and is characterized by obstruction of the arteries of the lower extremities. PAD is usually associated with vascular complications that occur not only in peripheral circulation but also in cerebral and coronary trees (PubMed ID: 9892517). Endothelial dysfunction, reduced glucose oxidation, accumulation of toxic metabolites, alteration in nitric oxide (NO) generation and oxidative stress...

Study to Explore the Relationship Between the Level of Exhaled Breath Condensate Hydrogen Peroxide (EBC H2O2) as Measured Using a New Device Against Existing Measures of Lung Disease

A cross-sectional, observational study of EBC H2O2 levels, as measured by a novel device, 'Inflammacheck™', and other markers of disease severity and symptom control in patients with Asthma and COPD and volunteers with no history of lung disease.

Assessment of Exhaled Breath Condensate Hydrogen Peroxide (EBC H2O2) as Measured Using a New Device (Inflammacheck™) in Patients With Interstitial Lung Disease, Lung Cancer and Healthy Volunteers.

A cross-sectional study of EBC H2O2 levels, as measured by a novel device, 'Inflammacheck™', and other markers of disease severity in patients with ILD and Lung Cancer.

Guselkumab for Hidradenitis Suppurativa, a Mode of Action Study.

This is a multicenter open-label mode of action study. Twenty patients with moderate to severe hidradenitis suppurativa will be treated with guselkumab 200 mg Q4W subcutaneously. Main objectie is to investigate changes in inflammatory pathways induced by IL-23p19 blockade with guselkumab, in HS lesional skin. The total duration of the treatment period per subject is 16 weeks.

Efficiency and Safety of Zinc Sulphate to Reduce the Duration of Acute Diarrheal Disease Between 6 and 59 Months of Age

This study evaluates the effect of zinc over the duration, severity and relapse of acute diarrheic disease, in children between 6 and 59 months of age. One study group will receive a tablet that contains 20 mg of zinc, and the other study group will receive a tablet,that does not contain zinc, it is a tablet that investigators will use as control.

Motion and IntraCoronary Ecg Ischemia Development Study (MICE)

The concept of the "ischemic cascade" is generally accepted hypothesis, according to which whenever ischemia of the myocardium occurs there is a consequence of events, that always occur in a given order - diastolic dysfunction first, followed by systolic dysfunction, then changes on electrocardiogram (ECG) and finally chest pain sensation. The occurrence of every next stage of cascade means more severe ischemia and respectively - more severe myocardial damage. We propose that m...

Vagal Nerve Stimulation for Intestinal Barrier Dysfunction in Healthy Volunteers

This is a proof of concept randomised placebo controlled crossover trial to evaluate the effect of transcutaneous vagal nerve stimulation on a stress model of increased intestinal permeability in healthy human subjects. Intestinal permeability perturbation is a phenomenon which is being increasingly recognised as a contributing factor to a multitude of diseases - including inflammatory bowel disease (IBD) and irritable bowel syndrome (IBS). There are currently limited effectiv...

Eliminate Hepatitis C/EC Partnership Evaluation Protocol

The Eliminate Hepatitis C (EC) Partnership project is a multi-site, multi-year project aiming to enhance and extend hepatitis C virus (HCV) care and treatment among people who inject drugs (PWID) through nurse-led models of care in the community and the prison system. The project will implement and evaluate a health service intervention to enhance HCV response by improving health promotion, offering training and education to service providers, streamlining clinical pathways, ut...

Clinical Epidemiology Cohort Study for Patient Living With HIV

This is a retrospective observational cohort study for the patient living with HIV aiming to understand more in disease progress, resistant mutation, comorbidity, and common coinfection.

First Line Therapy for High Risk Acute GVHD

The purpose of this study is to determine the efficacy and safety of combined Ruxolitinib With Corticosteroids as First Line Therapy for the Treatment of High risk aGVHD(acute graft-versus-host disease )

Impact of Skills Acquired Through Judo Training on Risk Factors for Falling in Elderly Men and Women

Falls and injuries from falls are one of the greatest threats to public health. One of the risk factors for accidental falls is a low self-efficacy regarding the perceived capability to perform activities without the risk of falling. Judo is a sport which include "break fall" strategies where falls with correct landing strategies and rolling movements are in focus in order to avoid injuries. The investigators expect that a judo inspired training (Judo4Balance) will strengthen s...

Low-dose Interleukin-2 Treatment on Idiopathic Inflammatory Myopathy

This study aims to explore the clinical and immunological efficacy of low-dose IL-2 on idiopathic inflammatory myopathy (IIM).

Effects of Early Home-based Strength and Sensory-motor Training After THA on Functional Outcome and Patient Satisfaction

This study is a prospective multicentre randomised clinical trial to be conducted in orthopaedic departments of two Slovenian hospitals. In each hospital 125 patients aged 60 or older with unilateral osteoarthritis, ASA score 1-3, signed informed consent, access to watching USB videos and without terminal illnesses disabling rehabilitation participation, will be randomly assigned to intervention (IG) or control group (CG). Total hip arthroplasty with anterior approach will be p...

Umuryango Ukomera Uri Hamwe - Families Are Strong Together

Children living in poverty often are at risk to leave their family to work at the landfill. The main reasons for this are torn family systems, family violence, exclusion, poverty and a lack of intra-familial communication. Children in the district of Buterere who spend their days on the streets or on the landfills of Bujumbura, Burundi to earn a living are particularly vulnerable. The project aims to create a safe environment for these young people and to strengthen their famil...

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