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Tuesday 16th July 2019

Treatment Decision-making in Patients With Recurrent High-grade Glioma

This qualitative study explores the lived experience of high-grade glioma patients and their close relatives at time of recurrence. With focus on the decision-making about treatment and care..


The Effects of Exercise Training on Corticospinal System in Overhead Athletes With Shoulder Impingement Syndrome

Shoulder impingement syndrome is the most common shoulder disorder in overhead athletes. It describes a mechanical compression of subacromial bursa and rotator cuff tendons during arm movement, which results in pain and injuries. Most of previous studies focus on investigating motor performance in individuals with shoulder impingement syndrome and found altered scapular kinematics and muscle activation may contribute to the impingement. Recently few studies found changes in the...

Monitoring Efficacy of Radiotherapy in Lung Cancer and Esophageal Cancer

Lung cancer, one of the malignant tumors which poses a threat to human's health, has increased morbidity and mortality recently. Radiotherapy, as one of the common treatments, has important value in clinical application. Esophageal cancer, one of the most common digestive system cancers, has poor prognosis and high mortality. Esophageal cancer has high aggressive and many patients can't get surgical treatment because of the tumor metastasis at the time of diagnosis.Currently, c...


Taking Action: a Care for Type 2 Diabetes Intervention for Couples

Communal coping consists of the appraisal of a problem as shared and collaboration to manage the problem. Among individuals with type 2 diabetes, self-report, daily diary, and observational measures of communal coping have been linked to better relationship and health outcomes. While communal coping has been linked to positive adjustment outcomes, there are no interventions that incorporate both components of communal coping theory; interventions often focus on collaborative st...

Determination of Automated Multiple Insulin Dose Injections Settings Using the MDI/SMBG Advisor for Patients With Type 1 Diabetes -Data Collection, Observational & Proof of Concept Study

The MDI (Multiple Daily Injections) plus SMBG |(Self Monitoring Blood Glucose) Advisor (MPSA) is a software product that is designed to assist in insulin dosage decision making for subjects with T1DM using multiple daily injection and SMBG. The study will focus on the development, validation and eventually testing of the MPSA algorithm use. The major objective of the project is to develop an algorithm that will be able to optimize treatment plan parameters of MDI patients who ...

O2 Transport and Utilization in Health and Lung Disease

Skeletal muscle dysfunction is a frequent and clinically relevant systemic manifestation of Chronic Pulmonary Obstructive Disease (COPD), which is still poorly understood. Therefore, the focus of this study is on the role of a deficit in tetrahydrobiopterin and nitric oxide synthase uncoupling induced by chronic oxidative stress on metabolic and vascular abnormalities in skeletal muscle of patients suffering from COPD.

During-exercise Physiological Effects of Nasal High-flow in Patients With Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease

Chronic obstructive pulmonary disease is a major cause of disability and mortality worldwide. This disease progressively leads to dyspnea and exercise capacity impairment. Pulmonary rehabilitation teaches chronic obstructive pulmonary disease patients to cope effectively with the systemic effects of the disease and improves exercise capacity, dyspnea and quality of life in patients with chronic obstructive pulmonary disease. However, the best training modality remains unknown. ...

Evaluation of a Symptom and Needs Assessment for Patients With Cancer

This is a quality improvement study that aims to improve on the timely identification and management of symptoms and supportive care needs in patients with cancer. The study will be evaluating the relative success of an existing on-line patient-reported symptom and needs assessment, and then the implementation and use of an updated version of the symptom and needs assessment with Northwestern Medicine (NM) cancer patients. It also aims to evaluate the impact of the symptom and ...

Patients With RETT Syndrome

It was proposed to the French Association of Rett Syndrome (AFSR) to perform an extensive biological assessment in a series of 100 girls with Rett's syndrome and carriers of a mutation in the MECP2 gene in order to confirm or confirm to reverse the abnormalities identified previously and possibly, to highlight new biomarkers of the pathology. The analysis will focus on classical hematological criteria, iron markers, endocrine assays, lipid quantification and markers of inflamma...

A Post-Market Clinical Evaluation of the Treatment of Tibia Fractures With the T2 Alpha Tibia Nailing System

This investigation is a prospective, multi-center clinical investigation. It is anticipated that a total of 80 subjects will be enrolled. Neither subjects nor investigators are blinded to treatment and the clinical investigation includes a historical control which will be compared to the T2 Alpha Tibia Nailing System. Total duration of enrollment, 12 month follow-up and analysis is expected to take 31 months. The clinical investigation has been designed to follow the surgeon's...

A Post-Market Clinical Evaluation of the Treatment of Femur Fractures With the Femoral Nail PF

This investigation is a prospective, multicenter clinical investigation. It is anticipated that a total of 50 subjects will be enrolled at up to 5 sites. Enrollment is estimated to commence in Q4 of 2018. Neither subjects nor investigators are blinded to treatment and the clinical investigation includes a historical control which will be compared to the Femoral Nail PF of the T2 Alpha Femur Antegrade GT/PF Nailing System. Total duration of enrollment, 12 month follow-up and an...

A Post-Market Clinical Evaluation of the Treatment of Femur Fractures With the Femoral Nail GT

This investigation is a prospective, multi-center clinical investigation. It is anticipated that a total of 50 subjects will be enrolled. Neither subjects nor investigators are blinded to treatment and the clinical investigation includes a historical control which will be compared to the Femoral Nail GT of the T2 Alpha Femur Antegrade GT/PF Nailing System. Total duration of enrollment, 12 month follow-up and analysis is expected to take 25 months. The clinical investigation ha...

Secular Trends in the Prevalence of Cardiometabolic Risk Factors Among Teenage School Children in Urban South India

The prevalence of cardiometabolic risk is high among South Asians which manifests itself at an early age. Studies have reported that unhealthy food choices, inadequate physical activity and lack of awareness on healthy lifestyle practices pose a huge threat to the increasing prevalence of metabolic abnormalities even at adolescence. In an earlier study conducted in 2006, reported that 68% of the children during their early adolescence had one or more of the cardiometabolic abno...

A Two-arm (Phase 2) Exploratory Study of Nivolumab Monotherapy or in Combination With Nab-paclitaxel and Carboplatin in Early Stage NSCLC in China

Nivolumab (BMS-936558) is a fully human, IgG4 (kappa) isotype mAb that binds PD-1 on activated immune cells and disrupts engagement of the receptor with its ligands PD-L1 (B7 H1/CD274) and PD-L2 (B7-DC/CD273), thereby abrogating inhibitory signals and augmenting the host antitumor response. In early clinical trials, nivolumab has demonstrated activity in several tumor types, including melanoma, renal cell carcinoma (RCC), and non-small cell lung cancer (NSCLC). Nivolumab...

Validation of Bladder Health Instrument for Evaluation in Women

The Prevention of Lower Urinary Symptoms (PLUS) Research Consortium is working to optimize prevention of lower urinary tract symptoms (LUTS) in women and adolescent females across their life spans. The ability to measure bladder health and key risk and protective factors is crucial to the PLUS mission. To describe and measure the spectrum of bladder health in diverse populations, researchers need a valid and reliable instrument. To date, the Consortium's work on design of a bla...

Neoadjuvant Radiotherapy for Malignant Lacrimal Sac Tumors

The treatment for malignant lacrimal sac tumors is difficult and the prognosis is poor. The conventional strategy is surgical resection followed by adjuvant radiotherapy with or without concurrent chemotherapy. This approach has many drawbacks including positive surgical margins due to large tumor size, distant metastasis due to intraoperative squeeze, and implant exposure due to high doses of radiation. In previous research, the investigators innovatively adopted neoadjuvant r...

Brief Mobile Intervention for Prepartying

The primary objective of the research study is to develop and test a prepartying (aka "pregaming") specific brief mobile app intervention that is intended to help college students reduce their prepartying drinking behavior. Such behavior has been identified as a major contributor to alcohol-related negative consequences among young people. The investigators will first develop the intervention content based on theory and research supporting mechanisms of change in brief interven...

Dynamic Whole Body Positron Emission Tomography/Computed Tomography Imaging

Quantitative parameters obtained with dynamic whole body imaging using positron emission tomography (PET) can provide additional and complementary information to standard PET. Dynamic imaging allows for better understanding of the behavior of the radio-pharmaceutical because it can be followed over time. Thought to be difficult to perform with currently available clinical equipment that can affect the clinical workflow, it has recently shown to be feasible. We want to test the ...

Prospective Multicenter Registry for Use of the MAXFRAME™ Multiaxial Correction System

The aim of this international, prospective, multicenter case series (patient registry) is to gather the first evidence on the use of the MAXFRAME™ system in normal clinical settings during deformity correction of both, the upper and lower limb, and gain information on indications, the handling of the device from the patients' and surgeons' perspective, as well as number of re-planning needed. It is planned to prospectively follow up to 100 patients treated with the MAXFRAME...

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...

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...

Loss to Follow-up in PDR Patients

This study determined the clinical impact and causes of loss to follow-up (LTFU) from the patients' perspective in individuals with proliferative diabetic retinopathy (PDR) who received panretinal photocoagulation (PRP) and/or intravitreal injections (IVIs) of anti-vascular endothelial growth factor (VEGF). This prospective cohort study included 467 patients with PDR who received PRP and/or IVIs of anti-VEGF between May 2013 and June 2018. LTFU was defined as missing any follo...

Patterned Electric Dressing Effects on Open Wounds

1. This study is a pilot feasibility study to determine treatment effects to estimate sample size for future studies that evaluate wound bacteria colonization. 2. The secondary objective of this study aims to observe the effect of PED on an open wound and its effects in wound bacteria colonization.

Cell Therapy Associated With Endobronchial Valve

Chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD) is one of the most common diseases worldwide and is considered a public health problem. The World Health Organization estimates that about 210 million people have COPD. Disease-related mortality is more than 3 million, representing 5% of all deaths, 90% of this mortality being concentrated in middle- and low-income countries. COPD can be subdivided into chronic bronchitis and emphysema. Emphysema, the focus of this project, is histol...

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...


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