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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...


Study to Learn More About the Onset of Effect of Iberogast in Patients Suffering From Abnormal Stomach and Intestine Function

Several studies have been done on the efficacy of the herbal medicine Iberogast. In this study researcher want to learn more about the time needed for Iberogast to start to work after the patient took the drug. This study plans to enroll 300 adult male and female patients suffering from disturbance of stomach and intestine normal function and treated by their doctor with Iberogast drops. Patients will be asked to document on a diary card the changes of symptom severity of the s...

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...


Dual-task Training for Function in MCI

Mild cognitive impairment (MCI) is an intermediate stage between the expected cognitive decline of normal aging and severe dementia associated with Alzheimer's disease (AD). In the United States about 20% of older adults have MCI. Loss of cognitive function in aging can have far-reaching and devastating impacts on functional status, independence, and quality of life. Unfortunately, the therapeutic options to slow progression of cognitive decline in aging are limited. Dual-task ...

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)...

AntiCoagulation Tracking InterVention and Evaluation

The overarching goal of this project is to assess the impact and cost-effectiveness of system-level and patient-facing interventions on anticoagulation treatment and characterize the current state of safety for Direct Oral Anticoagulants (DOACs). The investigators focus on examining implementation factors and cost-effectiveness, which are critical to helping health care decision-makers prioritize finite resources, particularly in safety-net health systems where a disproportiona...

Pain Response to Cannabidiol in Opioid-induced Hyperalgesia, Acute Nociceptive Pain and Allodynia By Using a Model Mimicking Acute Pain in Healthy Adults

Prospective, randomized, placebo-controlled, double-blinded, crossover study to investigate the effect of cannabidiol (CBD) on remifentanil-induced hyperalgesia in healthy volunteers in a well-established acute pain model. Participants are randomized according to the order of the two treatments (CBD + Remifentanil or Placebo + Remifentanil).

Ultrasound in Tongue Cancer- a Help to Decide Depth of Invasion and to Improve the Surgical Margin

The purpose of this study is to investigate if ultrasound can be helpful in the diagnostic work-up of oral tongue and floor of the mouth cancer. One important factor is how deeply the tumour invades the tissue, the so called depth of invasion (DOI). The investigator will measure DOI with ultrasound and compare the result with the same measurement by magnetic resonance imaging and the microscopic result after the surgery (PAD). Ultrasound will also be used during surgery of the...

Westlake Precision Birth Cohort

The WEstlake precision BIRTH cohort(WEBIRTH) is a prospective cohort study among women with hyperglycemia during pregnancy and their offspring living in Hangzhou, China. The primary aim of this cohort is to characterize the continuous blood glucose response to dietary intake and physical activity among pregnant women with hyperglycemia over 2 weeks, and to facilitate the development of personalized nutritional/lifestyle recommendation among these patients. Another aim of WEBI...

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...

Efficacy of Psychological Therapies in Patients With Functional Bowel Disorders

The purpose of this study is study bowel symptoms, quality of life, and personal factors that may affect your health. In Aim 1 of this study participants will be invited to complete 6 survey-based questionnaires online. In Aim 2 of this study will monitor the effectiveness of a 12 week therapy program on bowel symptoms and overall quality of life.

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.

Mercury Metabolism by Bacteria in Humans

The purpose of this study is to evaluate how the bacteria in your gut can improve the break-down and de-toxification of non-harmful levels of a naturally occurring form of mercury (methylmercury) that comes with eating fish. This research could help scientists and doctors understand whether or not mercury in fish that we are likely to eat poses any concern for the health of people.

Effects of Filter Ventilation on Sensory Response, Smoking Topography, and Inhalation in Current Every Day Cigarette Smokers

This trial examines the effects of filter ventilation on sensory response, smoking topography, and inhalation in current every day cigarette smokers. The physical design features of cigarettes directly impact their appeal by influencing cognitive and sensory perceptions. The introduction of a now common design feature, filter ventilation, has led to greater public harm than benefit because of the potential for greater toxicity while enhancing product appeal among smokers. Venti...

Yathu Yathu: An Impact Evaluation of Community-based Peer-led Sexual and Reproductive Health Services

This trial evaluates the impact of providing comprehensive, community-based and peer-led sexual and reproductive health services to adolescents and young people aged 15 to 24 on their knowledge of their HIV status. The trial includes 20 clusters in two communities, half the clusters receive the intervention. After 18-months of implementation, a cross-sectional survey will be conducted to evaluate the impact of the intervention on the primary outcome: knowledge of HIV status.

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. The investigators therefore propose a multi-site, single-blind,...

Open Label, Sequential-dose Study of PA5108 Latanoprost FA SR Ocular Implant for Mild-moderate Glaucoma

This is a multi-centre, open label, interventional, comparative, phase I study to identify a safe and efficacious dose (within the range of 16.2 to 90 microgram) of PA5108 (PolyActiva product code) Latanoprost free acid (FA) sustained release (SR) Ocular Implant in adults who have Open Angle Glaucoma (Primary or Secondary) or Ocular Hypertension.

Glucose Metabolism in Brown Adipose Tissue (BAT) in Young Healthy Men Evaluated by Deuterium Metabolic Imaging (DMI)

In this study the investigators wish to evaluate the glucose metabolism in brown adipose tissue (BAT) in young healthy men (aged 18-35). The investigators wish to validate a novel MR modality - Deuterium Metabolic Imaging (DMI), which is a non-radioactive, non-invasive method that allows for spatial as well as metabolic imaging after oral administration of deuterium-labelled glucose. Deuterium is a stable isotope of hydrogen that can be bound to different metabolites, in this c...

Endovascular Denervation in Patients With Peripheral Arterial Disease

Sympathetic overactivity partly promotes the development of peripheral artery disease which mainly leads to ischemia of the lower limbs. Endovascular arterial denervation (ED) is a minimally invasive technique which could deliver Radiofrequency energy by a multi-electrode catheter to the Lower limb artery to restore Sympathetic activity. The purpose of this study is to evaluate the effects of multi-electrode radiofrequency ablation system on lower limb ischemia with PAD.

Quality of Life in Managing Chronic Pain

This study evaluates the use of a health-related quality of life report based on the SPADE cluster (sleep disturbance, pain interference with activities, anxiety, depression, and low energy/fatigue) derived from the PROMIS-29 instrument in patients with chronic low back pain. Half of the participants will receive the report, while the other half will not.

Compassion-Centered Spiritual Health for Faculty and Staff

Compassion-Centered Spiritual Health (CCSH) at Emory University was launched as a joint creation by Spiritual Health and the Center for Contemplative Science and Compassion-Based Ethics in 2018. The program enhances the practice of spiritual health through CCSH Interventions, which are a Cognitively-Based Compassion Training (CBCT)-based approach to support the practices of spiritual health clinicians. CBCT is a research-based contemplative program developed at Emory University...

Effects of Shoulder Stabilization Exercises in the Office Workers With Shoulder Protraction

Office workers continuously work with the forward head posture. Forward head posture may cause upper extremity problems in the office workers due to the increase in the load on the muscles and joints of the cervical spine. This working posture may cause scapular rotation downward, increase in activation of the scapular muscles, pain, limited range of motion (ROM) and poor proprioception, which can create a vicious circle. Especially in the office workers that using computer vib...

The Genetic, Protein, and Lipid Basis of Variation in Cholesterol Efflux

The rationale of this research is that deep phenotyping of individuals at the extremes of cholesterol efflux will identify key determinants of efflux that are potential novel therapeutic targets to prevent or reverse Atherosclerotic Cardiovascular Disease (ASCVD). The investigators propose to carry out the objective by studying participants at extreme low and high cholesterol efflux identified from the investigator's study in the population-based Dallas Heart Study by accomplis...

Neural Mechanisms of Cost and Benefit Integration During Decision-Making, Aim 2: Acute & Lifetime Stress

The central aim of this study is to characterize how the costs of acute and lifetime stress affect the neural architecture for decision-making in healthy humans. Investigators will use behavioral choice paradigms to measure how the costs of stress influence decisions about rewards (e.g., foods, money) as well as decisions about the use of self-control strategies. They will further examine associations between these stress measures and other decision variables commonly studied i...


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