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Outcome of Patients With Thoraco-abdominal Injury and Stress-induced Hyperglycemia or Diabetic Hyperglycemia

This study aimed to measure the effects of SIH and DH on the mortality outcomes of the adult patients with moderate to severe thoracoabdominal injury


Use of DTT to Define Facial Nerve Position in Vestibular Schwannomas

Vestibular schwannomas (VS) arise from the vestibulocochlear (hearing and balance) nerve, located at the base of the brain. Although benign, VS can enlarge over time, resulting in debilitating symptoms; therefore, surgical removal is frequently offered. One significant risk of surgery is inadvertent injury to the facial nerve, which lies adjacent to the vestibulocochlear nerve. Currently, the nerve's course is only revealed during surgical dissection and injury can cause perman...

Skin Prick Test of KeraStat® Cream

To evaluate the potential for a humoral reaction to KeraStat Cream compared to a predicate device using the skin prick test.


Glycocalyx Levels in Patients Undergoing Pancreatectomy

Background: On the surface of every healthy cellular membrane resides a layer known as the glycocalyx. This structure consists of extracellular domains of receptor, adhesion and transmembrane molecules such as syndecan-1 covalently bound to highly negatively charged glycosaminoglycans, heparan sulfates. It has a principal role to maintain wall integrity, avoid inflammation and tissue oedema in vessels but in contrast, glycocalyx is robust and elevated on cancer cells. Th...

Prepulse Inhibition in Youth Contact Sports Players

The study's main research question will be investigating whether or not there is a significant difference in Prepulse Inhibition (PPI) as well as startle response probability and magnitude between contact and noncontact youth sports players. The study team will test these questions using a controlled laboratory scenario in which the presentation of startle stimuli can be observed, measured, and quantified in order to compare the results between the two sample populations. Durin...

Cerebrovascular Reactivity Assessed With fNIRS as a Biomarker of TCVI After Acute Traumatic Brain Injury in Military

The study includes people who have recently had a traumatic brain injury (TBI) and healthy controls who have not had a TBI and is designed to measure brain blood flow serially after a TBI. Studies have shown that small blood vessels in the brain may be injured during a TBI. The goal is to learn about brain blood vessel function from as early as the first week to 6 months after a TBI . The study uses Near Infrared Spectroscopy (NIRS) which uses small lights that detect oxygen le...

Use of Transcutaneous Electrical Nerve Stimulation for Reducing Biologic Injection Site Pain(TENS Study)

The purpose of this research study is to determine the efficacy of TENS therapy in reducing the pain experienced by patients during and after the injection of biological medications. The study team is interested in recording the level of pain reduction from TENS therapy to determine if this intervention is effective at reducing discomfort associated with medication administration so that it may possibly be applied to other patients in an effort to reduce treatment-related disco...

The Importance of Wnt-signaling After Cardiac Surgery

Cardiac surgery saves lives when patients suffer from cardiac disease. Local inflammation is important for tissue repair and wound healing after such an operation. Inflammation starts already when the patient is treated in the intensive care unit. When inflammatory proteins (cytokines) are released into the circulation, they cause also a systemic inflammation, which alerts the immune system of the body and activates defence mechanisms (=adaptive response). In some patients, sys...

Novel MRI for Diagnosing Traumatic Brachial Plexus Injuries

The aims are: 1. Investigate new magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) scans for diagnosing severe nerve injury in the arm. 2. Understand how the brain and spinal cord respond to severe nerve injury using MRI. The nerves which control movement and feeling in the arm can be severely damaged in eg. motorbike crashes, sporting or work-related injuries. Every year 500 adults sustain life-changing major nerve injuries, causing 1) disability needing constant care, 2) lif...

Comparative Interventional Study to Evaluate the Role of LRYGBP, LSG & SMM

A Comparative Interventional Study to Evaluate the Role of Laparoscopic Roux-en-Y Gastric Bypass (LRYGBP), Laparoscopic Sleeve Gastrectomy (LSG) and Standard Medical Management (SMM) in Patients of Type II Diabetes Mellitus (DM) and Body Mass Index ( BMI) Between 27.5 - 32.5 kg / m²."

A Research Study Investigating How NNC0385-0434 is Tolerated in People With or Without High Cholesterol Levels

In this study, there are two study medicines: NNC0385-0434 (the new medicine being tested) and placebo (a 'dummy' medicine). Participants will only get one of these medicines - which one is decided by chance. The study medicine for each person is chosen by a computer. A dummy medicine (placebo) looks like the study medicine but has no effect on the body. The dummy medicine needs to be used in the study to find out if the study medicine works as expected. The dose of the study m...

Macrophage-mediated Inflammation in White Adipose Tissue and Non-alcoholic Fatty Liver Disease.

Non-alcoholic fatty liver disease (NAFLD) is present in one third of the population and due to its potential to cause irreversible liver damage and liver cancer, it is a significant health burden. There is a strong link between obesity and NALFD. As fat accumulates, the body is unable to process it, leading to unhealthy fat metabolism. Currently, other than lifestyle measures and better control of Type 2 Diabetes Mellitus (T2DM) with medication, there is no drug that can preven...

TraMel-WT: A Trial of Trametinib in Patients With Advanced Pretreated BRAFV600 Wild-type Melanoma

This phase 2 trial will investigate the efficacy and safety of trametinib and dabrafenib in patients with advanced BRAF V600 (v-Raf murine sarcoma viral oncogene homolog B) wild-type melanoma (stratified according to BRAF V600 wild-type/NRAS (neuroblastoma Ras viral oncogene homolog) mutant and BRAF V600 wild-type/NRAS wild-type melanoma patients) that have been pretreated and progressed following treatment with PD-1- (programmed cell death-1) and CTLA-4-blocking (cytotoxic T-l...

Epidemiology of Oral and Maxillofacial Trauma in Province 2, Nepal

Trauma is one of the leading causes of death among people under 40 years of age, the causes are numerous but the majorities are involved in road traffic accidents (RTA). The oral and maxillofacial injuries are the common presentation of hospitals either as an isolated injury ( 50%) and rest 20-30% are associated with multiple injuries to the head, neck, chest, abdomen and extremities. These injuries may cause serious functional, psychological, physical, and cosmetic disabilitie...

Longitudinal Follow-up of Brief Parenting Interventions to Reduce Risk of Child Physical Maltreatment

Universal and broad selective parenting education programs that improve parenting skills, increase parents' understanding of child development, and teach positive child discipline strategies can prevent use of corporal punishment and child physical maltreatment. The proposed research addresses this critical need by investigating brief, relatively low-resource intensive primary prevention parenting programs that can be disseminated widely. By reducing cumulative adverse childhoo...

Research Study to Investigate How a Study Medicine (NNC9204- 1177) Affects Blood Levels of Other Medicines in Healthy People

The study looks at how the study medicine (NNC9204-1177) affects other medicines in the body. Participants will get the study medicine and 5 other medicines which have all been approved by the authorities. Participants will get 1 injection of the study medicine each week for 11 weeks. The study medicine is injected under the skin in the stomach area. All injections will be given by study staff. Participants will get 5 medicines as tablets, capsules or syrup to be taken with wat...

A Study Investigating the Safety and Tolerability of an Immune Treatment in Cancer Patients With Lesions to the Skin

The purpose of this study is to test the safety and tolerability of 2141-V11 in people who have cancer that does not respond to standard treatment and who have skin lesions (skin tumors) associated with their cancer. The study will also test how the body processes and responds to 2141-V11, and if the study drug has cancer fighting activity in people. The study drug activates a naturally occurring protein called CD40. By activating CD40, cells of the immune system are better abl...

Is Kinesio Taping Application Effective on Decreasing Injury Risk for Tennis Players

Research design: The study protocol was approved and required permissions were taken from related tennis club officials, and a written consent was obtained from all the participants' parents about the study. Thirty-three young tennis players aged between 9 and 12 were included in our study. Assessment were done bare (no tape), after 45 min of performance plus kinesio taping application (PP application) and after 45 min of gold text FP kinesio taping application (GT application)...

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...

Randomized Trial of Liposomal Amphotericin B for Histoplasmosis in AIDS Patients

Disseminated histoplasmosis (DH) is one of the major AIDS-defining infections responsible for high mortality rates in HIV-infected patients. Liposomal amphotericin B (L-AmB) is considered the therapy of choice for AIDS-associated histoplasmosis.However, many patients in Latin America are still treated with high doses of deoxycholate amphotericin B (d-AmB) for long periods. These regimens are associated with toxicity and thus reduced efficacy. Therefore, a better treatment strat...

Antibodies in Repeated Influenza Vaccination (ARIVA) Study

Viruses with high mutation rates, such influenza or HIV, pose a major challenge for vaccine design. The current influenza vaccination strategy of yearly vaccination with adapted strains aims to maximally diversify the antibody immune response to prevent viral escape. There is, however, growing evidence, that repeated vaccination with very similar viral proteins might limit, instead of broaden, diversification and thereby reduce vaccine efficacy. The ARIVA Study prospectively s...

Effect of Protanopia on the Brightness Perception of Brake Lights

The aim of the offered project is to investigate the influence of protanopia (red blindness) or protanomaly (red vision weakness) on the recognizability of red brake lights with the help of a test person study. From this, estimates of the influence of protanopia or protanomaly on driving ability are to be derived. If a relevant influence can be demonstrated in the study, recommendations for action for the legislator will be made. Translated with www.DeepL.com/Translator

Effects of High Caffeine Content Coffee on Blood Pressure in Young Adults

The purpose of this study is to help further the understanding of the effects of commercially available high-caffeine containing coffee on blood pressure in healthy adult subjects.

Mindfulness Intervention and Relapse in Psychosis

Practicing mindfulness is popular and well-accepted for its benefits in improving mental and physical health. In particular, its benefits in promoting resilience to stress and well-being have been shown in studies involving different psychiatric conditions, as well as preventing relapse in patients with depressive disorders. However, its role in relapse prevention among patients with psychosis has not been tested. We therefore propose a multi-site, single-blind, 12-month rando...

Device Accuracy of Non-invasive Glucose Measurements in Ethnic Skin

This clinical study has been launched to collect spectral raman data paired with validated glucose reference values in private homes of subjects.


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