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12:59 EDT 21st July 2019 | BioPortfolio

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Sunday 21st July 2019

The Effects of Exercise Program in Alzheimer's Patients With Mild to Moderate Stage Alzheimer's Disease

The primary aim of this trial is to investigate the feasibility of an exercise program consisting of respiratory exercises, aerobic exercises and strengthening exercises in mild to moderate Alzheimer's disease. The trial also aims to investigate the effectiveness of the exercise program on respiratory symptoms, exercise capacity, cognition, physical performance, depression, sleepiness, activities of daily living and quality of life. Patients will be divided into exercise (inte...


Natural Folate vs. Synthetic Folic Acid in Pregnancy

In this two-arm, double-blind randomized trial, the investigators will recruit 60 generally healthy, low-risk pregnant women aged 19-40 years living in Vancouver, Canada. Participants will be randomized to supplement with either 0.6 mg/day folic acid or an equimolar dose (0.625 mg/day) of (6S)-5-methyltetrahydrofolic acid for 16-weeks of their pregnancy. Randomization will occur at 8-18 weeks gestation (after neural tube closure) to reduce the risk of harm should the natural fo...

Evaluation of an Intervention for Young Adults With Diabetes: Resilient, Empowered, Active Living-Telehealth (REAL-T)

This study will evaluate (1) the efficacy of REAL-T, a lifestyle-based telehealth intervention, in improving glycemic control (HbA1c) and psychosocial outcomes, (2) which effects are retained over a 6-month follow-up period, and (3) the mediating mechanisms responsible for the intervention's effects. Half of participants will receive REAL-T, while the other half will receive their usual care.


Clinic Navigation and Home Visits to Improve Guideline-based Care and Outcomes in Low Income Minority Adults With Asthma

Asthma-related deaths are more numerous among low-income minority patients and older adults with chronic diseases. Guidelines for asthma management have not addressed the needs of these groups. The investigators recently demonstrated the feasibility, acceptability, and evidence of effectiveness of two interventions to improve access to care, patient-provider communication, and asthma outcomes: 1) CI: clinic intervention using a patient advocate to prepare for, attend, and confi...

HPV and Social Listening

This study assessed the feasibility of implementing a one-month Twitter campaign to promote knowledge about the human papillomavirus (HPV) vaccine among low-income women living in public housing.

Group-Based Intervention to Improve Mental Health and Adherence Among Youth Living With HIV in Low Resource Settings

IMPAACT 2016 is a multi-site, two-arm, individually randomized, controlled study to evaluate whether an Indigenous Leader Outreach Model (ILOM) of trauma-informed cognitive behavioral therapy (TI-CBT) delivered by Indigenous Youth Leaders (IYL) is associated with improved mental health outcomes and ART adherence among youth living with HIV in resource-limited settings. The intervention is adapted to the local context through advance conduct of focus groups and pilot testing.

Pathways to Cardiovascular Disease Prevention (DCRI Central and Statistical Coordinating Center)

The goal of this research is to generate evidence-based recommendations for the management of cardiovascular disease (CVD) risk in People Living with HIV (PLWH). The overall objectives of this application are to demonstrate the effect of cardiology referral on CVD outcomes in a racially/ethnically diverse cohort of PLWH, and to generate qualitative data with which to develop of a future intervention. Our central hypothesis is that cardiology referral reduces incident CVD events...

Healing Our Hearts Minds and Bodies

"Healing our Minds and Bodies" (HHMB) uses a a hybrid type II effectiveness/implementation study design to increase both patient and organizational readiness to address trauma and CVD risk among African American and Latino persons living with HIV or AIDS (PLWHIV). Phase 1 (current registration) focuses on organizational readiness; Phase 2 (future ClinicalTrials.gov registration) focuses on patient readiness.

24/7 Closed-loop in Older Subjects With Type 1 Diabetes

The main objective of this open-label, multi-centre, randomised, crossover design study is to determine whether automated day and night closed-loop insulin delivery for 16 weeks under free living conditions is safer and more efficacious compared to sensor augmented insulin pump therapy in older adults with type 1 diabetes. The primary outcome is time spent in target range between 3.9 and 10.0 mmol/L (70 and 180 mg/dl) as recorded by CGM. Secondary outcomes are the HbA1c, time s...

Randomized Controlled Trial to Study the Outcome of Intravenous Phosphate Supplementation in Live Donors Undergoing Hepatectomy for Living Donor Liver Transplantation (LDLT)

In this study, we aim to analyse the effect of phosphate supplementation on donors undergoing partial hepatectomy for LDLT. In Group A, we are going to supplement phosphate in donors postoperatively from day 1 to day 5. We will analyse the trend of serum phosphate levels in donors postoperatively, its correlation with occurrence of postoperative complications and status of liver regeneration by CT volumetry on Day 7. Group B will constitute the controls for the study and hence ...

Deceased Uterine Transplant in Absolute Uterine Infertility (AUIF)

Our study will explore the feasibility of initiating a deceased donor uterine transplant program in addition to the existing living donor IRB at BWH. Using the template established by teams around the world, we will identify emotionally and socially stable females of reproductive age with intact ovaries who are unable to gestate a child due to congenital or acquired uterine factor infertility. After careful screening, participants will undergo egg harvest, in vitro fertilizati...

Clarithromycin Mechanisms in Hypersomnia Syndromes

The purpose of this study is to evaluate a medication called clarithromycin for treating sleepiness in two related conditions, narcolepsy without cataplexy and idiopathic hypersomnia. Studies have shown that clarithromycin can reduce sleepiness, but researchers do not know how clarithromycin does this. This study will look at brain activity (on magnetic resonance imaging [MRI] and electroencephalogram [EEG] brainwaves), inflammation, bacteria living in the gut, and cerebrospina...

Individualized Physiotherapy and Activity Coaching for Multiple Sclerosis

Multiple Sclerosis (MS) is a chronic neurological disease that places a high burden on patients, families and society. Physical activity in MS is associated with improved fitness, symptoms, and function, fewer relapses, and fewer brain lesions on MRI. Saskatchewan has one of the highest rates of MS worldwide, and a recent survey estimated approximately 80% of persons living with MS are not sufficiently active for health benefits. Individuals living with MS recognize the importa...

Tongue Dysbiosis Effects on Arterial Pressure of Periodontitis Patients

Blood pressure control is crucial for individuals' wellbeing. However, many daily aspects such as diet could impair blood pressure control. In addition, many people living under different conditions in different countries are affected by some kind of gum disease. These people experience gingival bleeding, bad breath, teeth mobility and pain. Throughout gum disease development the number of oral germs in the mouth increases including their levels in tongue surface. Oral bacteria...

Thursday 18th July 2019

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...

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...

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 ...

Open-label Study of Anakinra in MPS III

Sanfilippo syndrome, or mucopolysaccharidosis type III (MPS III), is a disorder of metabolism, associated with insufficient production of a lysosomal enzyme needed for normal cell function. As a consequence of the cellular dysfunction, patients with this disorder develop progressive, irreversible neurodegeneration. Sadly, to date no evidence-based treatments are available. Inflammation has been connected with disease pathogenesis in the MPS disorders. Therapies aimed at ...

Platelet-rich Plasma for Eyebrows

The purpose of this study is to evaluate the effect of autologous platelet-rich plasma (PRP) in the treatment of mild to moderate eyebrow hypotrichosis. This is a randomized clinical trial to evaluate the effect of autologous platelet rich plasma in subjects with mild to moderate eyebrow hypotrichosis. Approximately 40 subjects will be randomized to receive platelet-rich plasma (PRP) or saline injections. The study is designed as an 9-month study. This study was a pilot study ...

Tuesday 16th July 2019

Coronary Microvascular Dysfunction in Chronic Kidney Disease

This is an observational study assessing coronary microvascular function in healthy controls with normal kidney function, living kidney donors, pre-dialysis patients with chronic kidney disease stage 5 and patients on peritoneal dialysis.

Prevention av Autoimmunitet Med Laktobaciller

The incidence of autoimmune diseases (celiac disease, type 1 diabetes, thyroid disease) have increased over the past 30 years. Although most autoimmune diseases have a strong link to different risk genes, the rapid increase is thought to be due to changes in environmental factors. There is currently no cure for autoimmune diseases, but the treatment is lifelong and either involves suppressing the inflammation and / or substituting the organs that are affected to maintain vital ...

Monday 15th July 2019

Validation of the German Version of the Amsterdam Instrumental Activities of Daily Living Questionnaire®

Pretest and validation of the German version of the Amsterdam instrumental activities of daily living questionaire short in elderly people with normal cognition, mild cognitive impairment (MCI) or mild dementia in the German speaking part of Switzerland. The aim is to investigate the psychometric properties of the final Amsterdam instrumental activities of daily living questionaire short (A-IADL-Q-SV) German. Participants with normal cognition will be recruited in the communi...

Effects of Lifestyle Changes on Semen Quality in Healthy Young Men Living in Highly Polluted Areas (FAST)

We planned a randomized controlled trial (RCT) with the main aim to evaluate the effects of lifestyle changes on semen quality in healthy young men living in polluted areas in Italy. Secondary aims are to assess: a) the association between semen quality and biomarkers of early damage or inflammation; b) the associations between biomarkers of exposure to heavy metals and semen quality and biomarkers of early damage or inflammation; c) the associations between diet and physical a...

Village-based Intervention for Late-life Depression

Investigators aimed to examine the feasibility and effectiveness of a village-based multilevel intervention for late-life depression. Two small rural villages in rural South Korea were selected as the intervention group and active control. All older adults living in the two villages were included in the intervention program or received standard CMHS care, and the effectiveness of the program was examined using representative samples from both groups.


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