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Friday 23rd August 2019

Experience and Technology Acceptance of Older Adults Towards a Gamified Rehabilitative Device Prototype

Title: Older adults' experience and acceptance of a 'gamified' rehabilitative device for Total Knee Arthroplasty Background: Total Knee Arthroplasty (TKA) is a common surgical procedure. Good post-operative rehabilitation is needed for successful functional recovery. Patients in our institution demonstrated reduced exercise compliance and accuracy during early post-operative rehabilitation. Root cause analysis identified 'reduced feedback', 'reduced care continuity' and 'lack o...


Feasibility and Safety of "Flash Glucose Monitoring-FGM" in an Adult Italian Population.

Diabetes is reaching epidemic proportions and a targeted glucose control is key to prevent microvascular complications as well as long-term macrovascular disease. Self-monitoring of blood glucose (SMBG) in type 1 diabetes (T1D) is mandatory to implement safe and effective adjustments in insulin therapy in order to reduce glucose levels and prevent hypoglycemic episodes. It is known that a higher rate of glucose testing (up to 8 times/day) is associated with improved glucose co...

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...


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...

SMS-based Summons in Cervical Screening

Prevention of cervical cancer with cervical screening (gynecological cell test) is one of the most successful screening activities in medicine. In Sweden screening has taken place since the 1960s and prevented tens of thousands of women from having cervical cancer. There are strong reasons why it is especially important to promote that invitations to sampling really is reaching out. The women who regularly attend screening after the invitation reduce their risk of cervical canc...

Glucose-homeostasis After Endoscopic Sleeve Gastroplasty

Endoscopic sleeve gastroplasty (ESG) is a transoral endoscopic procedure that creates a tubular sleeve along the lesser curvature with a gastric volume of approximately 30%. Summarizing the available literature published since its introduction in 2013, ESG was capable to achieve > 10% of sustained total body weight loss in a majority of mildly to moderately obese patients with the caveat of only minor adverse events. Besides weight loss, little is known about the metabolic effe...

Pulmonary Epithelium, Immunology and Development of Asthma: Breathing Together

The investigator want to know why some babies wheeze and some of these go on to develop asthma. The investigator are going to find out if babies who develop wheeze and asthma have abnormal airway lining cells (taken from the nose) when they are born and what happens to these cells as they get older. The study will last three years. Parents will be asked to fill in a health questionnaire. The tests on the babies are all in routine clinical use: a urine sample, a blood test from...

Clinical Trial of Diagnostic Tests and Clinical Algorithms for Dengue in Febrile Subjects in Endemic Areas in Colombia

The present study aimed to develop a sensitive dengue diagnostic clinical algorithm using the resources that are available at the health care institutions, clinical expertise, and identification of signs and symptoms and variables of the hemogram associated with dengue. The performance of the potential algorithms were assessed under routine care. A single group cuasiexperimental study with a Bayesian adaptive design was conducted. Prior and cumulative information was used durin...

Alleviating Effects Against Dry Eye by Oral Intake of Cordyceps Cicadae Mycelia

Cordyceps cicadae mycelia was tested for amelioration of dry eye symptoms through dietary supplementation. Its efficacy in relief of human dry eye status was assessed by randomized, double-blinded tests, including multiple assessments. The results were compared between the placebo group and the experimental group.

Prevalence of Vertebral Fractures in Patients With Type 1 Diabetes

Background : Type 1 diabetes is associated with an increased risk of fractures. The mechanisms accounting for this bone fragility are not yet fully understood. The lower bone mineral density (BMD) observed in individuals with type 1 diabetes cannot solely explain the higher fracture incidence. Bone microarchitecture defects significantly contribute to bone fragility. Few studies assessed spine fractures in type 1 diabetes. This cross-sectional multicenter case-control study ai...

ATr Inhibitor in Combination With Olaparib in Gynaecological Cancers With ARId1A Loss or no Loss

ATARI trial tests the ATR inhibitor drug AZD6738 and a PARP inhibitor drug olaparib in patients with relapsed gynecological cancers to assess the response in groups of patients selected based on their cancer cell subtype and the presence of an abnormality in ARID1A gene.

Wednesday 21st August 2019

Project Arthritis Recovering Quality of Life Through Education 70+

Introduction: Quadriceps weakness was previously associated with functional impairment of osteoarthritis (OA). Evidence also suggests that muscle strength may prevent the progression of existing OA. It is estimated that the decline in muscle mass between 40 and 80 years is between 30% and 50%, with reported losses in functional capacity reaching 3% each year beyond the age of 60 years. Therefore, procedures capable of increasing the effects of exercise on muscle strength and fu...

A Study of MHE in Patients With Liver Diseases

The investigators analyze the diagnostic efficacy of blood ammonia, neurophysiological/psychological tests and blood markers on MHE; to see the progression of HE under the condition of the drugs intervention and no drugs intervention in clinical real world.

TEsting for Arterial Disease in Diabetes (TrEAD) Study

This study will focus on determining; - How accurate the test is in detecting poor circulation - How it's accuracy compares to other commonly used tests, and - Whether test results are linked to the chance of ulcer healing or amputation. Across 2 hospitals, 305 diabetic patients will be scanned using the focused ultrasound test as well as other commonly used tests to detect poor circulation. Their results will be compared to a full version of th...

CTC Changes and Efficacy of Neoadjuvant Chemotherapy for Triple-negative Breast Cancer

Chemotherapy before operation for malignant tumors can reduce the size of tumors to a certain extent, even eliminate micrometastases. Chemotherapy can also detect the sensitivity of chemotherapeutic drugs and create opportunities for breast-conserving or surgical treatment for patients. This may lead to high survival opportunities for triple-negative breast cancer patients who are not sensitive to targeted therapy or endocrine therapy. However, during neoadjuvant therapy, CT or...

Nonalcoholic Fatty Liver Disease in Morbidly Obese Patients

Nonalcoholic fatty liver disease (NAFLD) is the most common cause of abnormal liver biochemistry tests in the world. The prevalence rate of NAFLD has been reported to be 30-40% in men and 15-20% in women, up to 70% of people with type 2 diabetes mellitus (Type 2 DM) and even surpassing 74% to 90% of morbidly obese patients with body mass index (BMI) higher than 35 kg/m^2. The primary aims of this prospective cohort study would evaluate the predictive factors of successful weigh...

Pilot Study of a Decision Aid Intervention for Family-building After Cancer

This study tests a web-based decision aid and planning too to help young female cancer survivors manage fertility and family-building issues in post treatment survivorship.

Tuesday 20th August 2019

Integrated Microfluidic Systems for Diagnosis of Periprosthetic Joint Infection

Diagnosing periprosthetic joint infection (PJI) remains a major clinical challenge. The diagnosis of PJI is based on a composition of clinical judgment, serologic test from peripheral blood, synovial fluid cytology and biomarkers, radiography, microbiology, histopathologic evaluation of periprosthetic tissue, and intraoperative findings. The importance of PJI diagnosis give the subsequent treatment options, like the removal of prosthesis, debridement and prosthesis retention an...

Metabolomics in Small Intestinal Bacterial Overgrowth

Small intestinal bacterial overgrowth (SIBO) is a condition where a person's own good and useful germs, live in parts of the bowel where there should not be any germs. It may cause difficult tummy and bowel symptoms in a wide variety of patient groups. Increasing evidence suggests that sometimes small intestinal bacterial overgrowth can also trigger or worsen diseases which do not have any bowel symptoms at all. It is hugely under-diagnosed in clinical practice. Part of the re...

AlloSure for the Monitoring of Antibody Mediated Processes After Kidney Transplantation

This is a prospective cohort observational study to assess the role of AlloSure Donor Derived Cell Free DNA (ddcfDNA) assay in the monitoring of three high-risk groups of patients for antibody mediated processes. The AlloSure assay will be combined with the AlloMAP assay (PAXgene blood sample); which is the first in history FDA-cleared genomic solid organ transplantation rejection blood test (AlloMap). Additionally, inflammatory cytokines will be determined. The combination of ...

Monday 19th August 2019

PCR Techniques of Dried Sputum Using a Spotcard

Molecular testing for mutations in M. tuberculosis genes associated to resistance of anti tuberculosis (TB) drugs is already part of standard laboratory TB diagnostic. This implicates earlier knowledge of possible resistance and thus prevents unnecessary treatment and the chance of treatment failure or treatment related toxicity. The molecular laboratory diagnostics is widely spread in high income, low TB endemic countries. However, the low income countries lack widespread fa...

Development and Implementation of an HIV-testing Intervention for Primary Care in Belgium

An innovative HIV-testing strategy is developed based on mathematical modeling results on undiagnosed HIV and being implemented in primary care settings in Belgian's Flemish region. The systematically developed intervention aims at increasing the number of targeted HIV tests in primary care in order to identify people with undiagnosed HIV. The intervention tool is an HIV-screening advice targeting general practitioners (GPs), combining indicator-condition based screening and ...

Sunday 18th August 2019

FAZA PET/MRI in CLI Patients Pre and Post Revascularization

Peripheral artery disease is a worldwide problem, leading to high mortality and mobility. Critical limb ischemia (CLI) is associated with high risk of amputation with the subsequent decreased in life quality. Endovascular therapy is now considered the primary treatment option in these patients to improve the vascularity and prevent amputations. In recent years, development of molecular imaging tools are now become available. A recent radio tracer named 18F-Fluoroazomycin Arab...

Vaccine Response With NT-I7

Background: People with cancer, and especially older people, have a weakened immune system (the defense system of the body). This is often caused by the treatments for cancer. Older cancer survivors are therefore more prone to getting infections, some of which are preventable through vaccines. But because their immune systems are weakened, their response to vaccines is poor. Researchers want to see if a new drug, NT-17, can help. Objective: To see if NT-I7 can bo...

Thursday 15th August 2019

Individualized Physical Activity and Carotid Plaque Instability

Intraplaque hemorrhage (IPH) is one of the main features of the carotid plaque instability's and predictor of ischemic stroke. Benefits (on the basis on benefit/risk ratio) of the carotid endarterectomy remain unclear for stroke asymptomatic patients; thus, more and more patients with important stenosis (i.e. over 60%) detected are not operated. However, these patients need adapted therapeutic treatments to limit plaque instability and this should include physical activity (PA)...


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