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Electronic Distraction for ICU Patients

This is a feasibility study of electronic devices in order to reduce neuro-psychological disorders and suffering in intensive care unit (ICU) patients. A first step study is necessary to define which device is effective and safe to reduce symptom intensities, among music therapy, virtual reality with real pictures, virtual reality with artificial pictures, and common devices (radio or television). If some devices are effective to reduce patients' symptoms, a second step will be...


Resistance Training Intervention to Promote Lean Mass in Youth With IBD

Evaluate feasibility, safety, and preliminary estimates of resistance training (RT) efficacy to promote lean body mass accrual in patients with CD aged 14-18. This will be achieved by conducting a parallel 2-arm randomized-controlled pilot trial of RT compared to usual care. At weeks 0 (pre-treatment), 6 (mid-treatment), and 12 (post- treatment), feedback regarding safety, feasibility, and acceptability will be collected from participants through surveys and interviews. Magnitu...

Mindfulness-Associated Brain Changes in Adults With Autism

The purpose of this study to measure brain functioning before and after stress-reduction classes to better understand how symptom improvements relate to brain functioning in adults with ASD (Autism Spectrum Disorder). Participants will be randomly assigned to one of two stress reduction classes that will meet once a week for 8 weeks. One group will complete a structured training program called Mindfulness Based Stress Reduction (MBSR) that involves teaching about increased mind...


Evaluation of Functional, Neuroplastic and Biomechanical Changes Induced by an Intensive, Playful Early-morning Treatment Including Lower Limbs (EARLY-HABIT-ILE) in Preschool Children With Uni and Bilateral Cerebral Palsy

An urgent priority in the field of paediatric neurorehabilitation is the development of effective early motor interventions. Hand and Arm Bimanual Intensive Therapy Including Lower Extremities (= HABIT-ILE) applies the concepts of motor skill learning and intensive training to both the Upper Extremities (UE) and Lower Extremities (LE) and has been shown to improve aspects of motor function of the UE and LE in school age children with unilateral and bilateral Cerebral Palsy (CP...

Effects of Motor Imagery on Motor Learning and Motor Retention in Octogenarian.

Aging is associated with impairments in cognitive function, particularly motor learning and memorizing, impacting functional capacities. Older adults are still able to learn new skills but at a slower rate, and they forget quickly the new-learned skill because of an alteration in motor memory. Motor imagery, which is a mental simulation of an action without actual execution, has been demonstrated to improve performance in young adults and stabilize performance after a short bre...

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.

Effects Of Training On Brushing Behavior

This study is a single-blind randomized controlled trial on fixed orthodontic appliance candidates (n = 90) assigned into a control group (n = 30) and two different study groups (n = 30 in each). Patients who requiring non-extraction fixed orthodontic treatment, crowding under 5mm in the incisors and heaving at least 20 permanent teeth with healthy periodontal tissue and devoid of caries were included in the study. The control group received a standard printed educational mater...

Use of Parent Connectors in First Episode Psychosis (FEP)

This study proposes to adapt an evidence based peer parent navigator (PPN) intervention, called Parent Connectors, in which trained and supervised PPNs deliver weekly telephone-based support for six to nine months to parents or caregivers of all newly enrolled youth or young adults (Y/YA) in FEP services. This PPN model will be used to enhance the delivery of Coordinated Specialty Care (CSC) for Y/YA in New York's state program for FEP, called OnTrackNY (OTNY). This research pr...

An Internet-Delivered Mind-Body Program for Reducing Prenatal Maternal Stress

The present trial will evaluate the feasibility, acceptability and preliminary efficacy of inter-net-delivered mind-body program for prenatal maternal stress. The Stress Managment and Resiliency Training Program (SMART-Pregnancy program) is a 8-session Cognitive Behavior Therapy (CBT) based program which teaches strategies for eliciting the relaxation response, improving cognitive flexibility and developing adaptive coping strategies. Sixty pregnant women (

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...

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 ...

Effects of a 12-week Strength Training Program in Men With Myotonic Dystrophy Type 1

Eleven men with myotonic dystrophy type 1 (DM1) underwent a 12-week lower-limb strength training program. The training program consisted of 3 series of 6 to 8 maximal repetitions of 5 different exercises: Leg extension, leg press, hip abduction, squat and plantar flexion. Training sessions were closely supervised and took place twice a week. It is hypothesised that the training program will induce muscular hypertrophy despite the genetic defect. The training program should also...

Prehospital Kcentra for Hemorrhagic Shock

This is a pilot trial being performed to evaluate the feasibility, to include the ability of EMS to identify patients in shock and the ability to package, store, and administer Kcentra in the field.

EXercise Training for Reducing Anxiety in First-Time Inmates

Clinical trial with 2 arms ("interval exercise training" or "waiting list") aiming at evaluating the anxiolytic effects of a 6 weeks-long exercise training program in first-time prisoners with elevated anxiety symtpoms

Caring for Caregivers With Mind-body Exercise

This pilot study will lay the foundation for the first large-scale trial evaluating the psychosocial and physical health benefits of a widely available and promising Qigong intervention (Eight Brocades) for distressed cancer caregivers (CCGs). CCGs represent a well-defined, large and growing subset of a larger population of CGs that overlap greatly in the constellations of morbidities that lead to high levels of distress. The multi-modal nature of the Eight Brocades Qigong regi...

ENGAGE Pilot Study: Promoting Participation and Health After Stroke

This is a multi-site single-arm community-based pilot study examining the feasibility, acceptability, safety, and estimated effects of the ENGAGE intervention, a community-based intervention to promote community participation after stroke. The study will also characterize variances in changes in community participation outcomes. These findings will provide the pilot data needed to inform a multi-site randomized controlled clinical trial.

Balance Training Using Biodex Stability System in Knee Osteoarthritis.

This was a randomized control Trial, conducted with two group of patients, one has received Balance and stability training on Biodex stability system along with conservative protocol of traditional exercises. the other group has received only conservative protocol of traditional exercises

Time-restricted Eating and High Intensity Interval Training Among Women

This project will determine the independent and combined effects of high intensity interval training and time-restricted eating on blood sugar regulation among women in reproductive-age who have overweight or obesity. The intervention period will be seven weeks. Before and after the intervention, blood sugar regulation, body composition and physical fitness will be measured and compared between groups who are doing either high intensity interval training, time-restricted eating...

STAK Tool for Treatment of Arthrofibrosis Post Total Knee Replacement

A common complication following total knee replacement (TKR) is arthrofibrosis, a severe stiffening of the knee caused by scar tissue. The aims of this mixed methods feasibility study are to (1) record the effect of use of the STAK Tool on knee flexion active range of movement (KROM) immediately following 8 weeks use and 6 months following use, (2) explore patients' experiences of arthrofibrosis and use of the STAK Tool, (3) Consider appropriate outcome measures (e.g. KROM, pa...

The Novel Use of Treadmill Plus Music in MS Patients Gate Rehabilitation

Multiple sclerosis (MS) is characterized by demyelination andaxonal loss of the central nervous system, which progressively results in neurologic dysfunction and is often accompanied by gaite limitations, reduced fitness, and increased risk of falls. Traditional exercises such as treadmill walking orstationary cycling can often be perceived as boring, because theseexercises usually involve repetitive, continuous movements. In recents years the positive effect of the auditory st...

A Psychoeducational Program "BalancingMySwing" for Patients With Bipolar Disorder

The psychoeducation BalancingMySwing (BMS) program has been developed manually and its feasibility has been tested in our previous study. This 3-year research project aimed to further examine the immediate and lasted effects of BMS program for BD, and to assess its knowledge dissemination and the transferability of its evidence-based practice across multiple sites.

Making Mindfulness Matter in Children With Epilepsy

Epilepsy is a debilitating condition characterized by spontaneous, unprovoked seizures. Up to 80% of children with epilepsy (CWE) may face cognitive, psychiatric, and/or behavioral comorbidities with significant unmet mental health needs. Mindfulness-based interventions may provide an ideal vector to target unmet mental healthcare needs in patients with epilepsy and their families. The investigators propose the Making Mindfulness Matter (M3) program as an intervention to improv...

Mild Resistive Expiratory Breathing Technique On Spinal Cord Injury

Studies have been conducted on the effectiveness of inspiratory muscle training on tetraplegics, and less has been reported on expiratory muscle training on paraplegics; especially in Pakistan there was no such study done up-to my knowledge. Paraplegic individuals develop pulmonary complications due to prolonged general immobilization of body and ineffective cough due to respiratory muscle weakness. This study will identify the effects of expiratory muscle training using "Expir...

Engagement With an Adaptive Mobile Health Smoking Cessation Intervention

This is a pilot sequential multiple assignment trial (SMART) to understand the optimal timing to assess response to our smoking cessation text message intervention and to measure how adding medications alone compares to adding medications and telephone coaching for those who continue to smoke. This study aims to assess the feasibility of a SMART of a proactively offered text message intervention for smokers in primary care that compares early (4 weeks) versus late (8 weeks) ass...

Reducing Head Impact Exposure in Hawaii High School Football

This three-year study will determine the effectiveness of a helmetless tackling training intervention to decrease head impact exposure in Hawaiian high school football players.


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