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Evidence-Based Interventions to Enhance Outcomes Among Struggling Readers

Despite decades of research on reading disabilities, little is known about improving reading in the middle grades (i.e., grades 3-6) and advancements have been hindered by the narrow focus on reading problems alone without acknowledgement of non-academic factors shown to affect learning (e.g., child self-regulation). This proposal employs a highly innovative approach aimed at improving intervention outcomes through the integration of evidence-based practices for addressing read...


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

Treatment of Social and Language Deficits With Leucovorin for Young Children With Autism

The primary objective of this study is to evaluate the cognitive and behavioral effects of liquid leucovorin calcium on young children with autism spectrum disorder (ASD) and determine whether it improves social communication as well as the core and associated symptoms of ASD. The investigators will enroll 80 children across two sites, between the ages of 2.5 and 5 years, with confirmed ASD and known social and communication delays. Participation will last approximately 26 week...


Early Treatment of Language Impairment in Young Children With Autism Spectrum Disorder With Leucovorin Calcium

The primary objective of this study is to evaluate the cognitive and behavioral effects of liquid leucovorin calcium on young children with autism spectrum disorder (ASD) and determine whether it improves language as well as the core and associated symptoms of ASD. The investigators will enroll 80 children across two sites, between the ages of 2.5 and 5 years, with confirmed ASD and known language delays or impairments. Participation will last approximately 26 weeks from screen...

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...

Implementation of Evidence-Based Treatment of Restrictive Eating Disorder With Pronounced Starvation

In the Region Skåne in Sweden, the investigators have developed guidelines for providing intensive and evidence-based treatment during the first month in case of severe restrictive eating disorder with pronounced starvation. The project is aiming at implementing this treatment program in the general Child Psychiatric clinic, with its main focus on the implementation of evidence based family therapy. The study aims to evaluate the implementation of a standardized treatment mod...

SUBLOCADE Rapid Initiation Extension Study

To provide ongoing treatment with SUBLOCADE for up to 5 additional injections in subjects who initiated SUBLOCADE following a single dose of transmucosal (TM) buprenorphine in study INDV-6000-403

Post-Operative Nausea and Vomiting in Children Submitted to Strabismus Surgery

Background: Postoperative nausea and vomiting (PONV) is one of the main causes of patient and family dissatisfaction, which may delay the onset of oral intake and postpone discharge. In pediatric patients, the incidence of PONV is high, and in some studies it can reach values of 70%. Strabismus surgery is considered an independent risk factor for PONV. Palonosetron is a second generation antiemetic drug, 5-hydroxytryptamine receptor antagonist, with a long half-life, which allo...

Near Infrared Spectroscopy (NIRS) for Assessment of Depression

Develop a NIRSIT testing protocol that can be administered in the diagnostic setting and reliably distinguishes the symptoms and severity of depression, with the help of repeated measure (up to five visits per subject) comparison of patients being treated for Major Depressive Disorder with control, non-depressed subjects.

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,...

Improving Self-Regulation Among Adopted Children

The proposed study will examine two different intervention programs and whether they improve self-regulation of adopted children. The study is a small randomized controlled trial to test the feasibility of conducting a larger, R01-funded clinical trial. Outcomes will primarily be focused on feasibility concerns, such as recruitment and retention of a sufficient number of participants and implementation of treatment protocols with fidelity, as well as determining initial effect ...

A Comparison of the Resection Rate for Cold and Hot Snare Polypectomy for 5-15 mm Colorectal Polyps

In 2015, there were approximately 1.7 million new cases of colorectal cancer(CRC), and the deaths was close to 832,000. CRC has become the third most common malignant tumor in the world and the second leading cause of cancer death. This is mainly because adenomatous polyps can be transformed into cancer through adenoma-cancer sequences. Screening for CRC has been shown to prevent CRC and related deaths, especially colonoscopy and endoscopic resection of adenomatous polyps. ...

A Clinical Trial Into the Efficacy of rTMS Treatment for Treating Anorexia Nervosa and Bulimia Nervosa

This is a pilot study to test the efficacy of repetitive transcranial magnetic stimulation (rTMS) in treating individuals with Anorexia Nervosa and Bulimia Nervosa. The main objective of this study is to determine the short and long-term efficacy of repetitive transcranial magnetic stimulation (rTMS) in reducing eating disorder symptoms (i.e. binging, purging, restricting, intense fear of gaining wait, etc;) in Anorexia Nervosa and Bulimia Nervosa. The investigators will also ...

Articaine 4% in Children Under Age of 4 Years

Pain control is one of the significant behavior determinants in the dental office and shaping the future attitude toward dentistry, especially in children. One of widely used local anesthetic agents is articaine hydrochloride because of its superior potency, over traditionally used 2% lidocaine. Therefore, this study intends to get the benefits of articaine efficiency and apply it in children.

Relationship Between Normal-weight Central Obesity and Obstructive Sleep Apnea

Comparison of the prevalence of obstructive sleep apnea (OSA), measured by polysomnography in normal weight patients with central obesity by body mass index (BMI) and waist hip ratio (WHR), with normal weight patients without central obesity by BMI and WHR. Evaluation of arterial stiffness and vascular age in normal weight patients with central obesity and in normal weight patients without central obesity. Determination of the exercise response characteristics in OSA patients...

Minimal Occlusive Pressure With Cuffed ETTs: The Effect of 3 Different Sizes of cETT on Intracuff Pressure in Children

Based on standard and historical practice, the predictive size of the endotracheal tube (ETT) to be used in children has been based on various formulas. However, no study has clearly compared these formulas to determine the optimal size of cuffed ETTs. Furthermore, they were developed when using a polyvinylchloride cuff and not the thinner polyurethane cuff which is in common clinical use today. Hence, the purpose of this current study is to evaluate which of the currently avai...

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.

Subcutaneous EEG: Forecasting of Epileptic Seizures

Protocol Summary Population - Target population is 10 adults (18 to 75 years of age) with a diagnosis of treatment-resistant epilepsy with at least 20 seizures per year, and whose seizure onset recorded from scalp EEG is localized to a brain region accessible by the subcutaneous EEG electrodes Number of sites - Three sites; King's College Hospital NHS Foundation Trust, University College London Hospital NHS Foundation Trust, St George's University Hospital NHS Foundatio...

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...

Change in Cognitive Function in Stimulant Users

In Hong Kong, methamphetamine use is common and cocaine use has increased steadily over the past few years. While the use of ketamine decreased from 35.8% in 2015 to 13.9% in 2017, methamphetamine and cocaine have become the most commonly used psychotropic substances and account for more than 50% of drug abuses cases in 2017. Among all stimulants, methamphetamine is most commonly used because it releases three times more dopamine than cocaine and the effects can last from eight...

Acquisition of Resistant Enterobacteria During Oral Drug Challenge for Betalactams in Children

Direct drug provocation testing, without prior skin or in vitro testing, is the reference standard for confirming the diagnosis of drug hypersensitivity reactions in children reporting mild and delayed-onset reactions. However, optimal protocol(s) have not been standardized. Although a 2-days' provocation testing protocol is effective, increasing its duration (up to 14 days) may improve its diagnosis performance without increasing the risk of severe reactions. However, a prolon...

Gait Parameters and Balance in Patients With Obstructive Lung Diseases

In the literature, most of the studies examining the gait characteristics and balance separately or examining the relationship between them are on patients with COPD. No study examining gait parameters in other obstructive pulmonary patients such as bronchiectasis and asthma was found.A convincing link between gait disturbances and falls in COPD patients is still unknown and further research is needed. Therefore, the purpose of our study; gait parameters and balance in individ...

Mindfulness Based Dementia Care Study

Mindfulness based stress reduction (MBSR) refers to a particular type of attention focused on the present moment, non-judgmental awareness, and acceptance of that experience with openness and curiosity. Mindfulness training was designed to enhance the range and use of coping skills, decrease levels of stress, improve mood, and reduce tendencies to react in maladaptive ways 1-3. Investigators are evaluating a new program, called the Mindfulness Based Dementia-Care (MBDC) in care...

Ulna Length in Black Children

Height measurement is unreliable when neuromuscular weakness or spinal deformity is present. The aim of this study was to accurately predict pulmonary function from a limb segment (ulna) measurement that is precise and reproducible. Equations are available in caucasian children but are not available in children of sub-saharian or caribbean ethnicity, which was the aim of the study. To this end, 350 black children referred for pulmonary function testing for asthma follow-up will...

Autonomic Nervous System and Sickle Cell Disease

Sickle cell disease (SCD) children and adults with asthma have an increased rate of vaso-occlusive crisis, acute chest syndrome episodes, and premature mortality when compared to those without asthma. We hypothesised that either asthma diagnosis and/or bronchodilator treatment may aggravate SCD via their modulating effect on autonomic nervous system.


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