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Radiation Biodosimetry in Patients Treated With Total Body Irradiation (TBI)

The purpose of this study is to develop blood tests and urine tests that can tell doctors how much radiation a person has been exposed to. Doctors know how much radiation patients are exposed to in certain medical situations. An example of this would be radiation treatment for cancer. Radiation treatment machines are programmed to give exact doses of radiation.


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Coconut Oil: Managing Radiation-Induced Xerostomia

This study will seek to assess the experience of using of coconut oil as an approach to managing radiation-induced xerostomia in patients previously treated for cancer in the head and neck. There is a high prevalence of radiation-induced xerostomia in this patient population, and the condition has significant negative impact on patients' quality of life. There is currently no agreed-upon standard of care for the treatment of this condition. Anecdotal evidence from patients and ...

Immunophenotyping From Blood of Patients Suffering From Chronic Degenerating Joint Diseases and Receiving LDRT

Patients suffering from chronic degenerating diseases are often treated by a plethora of NSAIDs, DMARDs, Biologicals, as well as combinations of these therapeutics. However, many patients are refractory to this treatment and suffer from chronic pain over years, leading to a worsening of the quality of live. The mobilization of these patients is one main goal in the therapy of these chronic and inflammatory diseases. Low dose radiation therapy (LDRT) is applied since more than o...


Internet Tools and Emergency Attendance

Over the years, there has been an increase in the flow of emergency rooms, which is gradually leading to an overcrowding of emergency unit. This overcrowding is multifactorial with, for example, a decrease in the outpatient care in family medicine and specialized medicine, emergency services unsuitable at the level of premises ... In parallel, investigator note in recent years facilitated access to internet and especially to GAFA which is the acronym for Google, Amazon, Faceboo...

Adherence Monitoring System in Managing Myelosuppression in Patients With Newly Diagnosed Malignant Gliomas Receiving Temozolomide and Radiation Therapy

This research trial studies an adherence monitoring system in managing myelosuppression in patients with newly diagnosed malignant gliomas who are receiving temozolomide and radiation therapy. The development of an adherence monitoring system may help doctors more effectively utilize electronic medical records to manage myelosuppression during standard treatment with temozolomide and radiation therapy in patients with malignant gliomas.

Social Networks and Renal Education: Promoting Transplantation

There are significant and persistent disparities in access to kidney transplantation and as a result most patients with end stage renal disease receive hemodialysis (HD). HD is unique as it is a treatment performed in a group setting which lends itself to forming social networks. The goal of this research study is to identify and characterize the social networks of HD patients and measure the influence of HD social networks on knowledge, attitudes, and behaviors towards transpl...

Use of Defibrillator Information in the Emergency Department

This is a study to determine the feasibility of obtaining information stored in existing Medtronic internal defibrillators in patients who present to the Emergency Department(ED) for any reason. In addition, the study will determine if this information is useful to the ED physician in managing the patient's care, specifically as it relates to heart failure.

The Efficacy of Using Far Infrared Radiation to Manage Muscular Dystrophies

The muscular dystrophies (MD) are a group of more than 30 neuromuscular disorders that are characterized by progressive skeletal muscle weakness, defects in muscle proteins and the death of muscle cells and tissue. This study will investigate the use of far infrared radiation for managing muscular dystrophies.

Far Infrared Irradiation for Managing and Treating Multiple Sclerosis (MS)

Multiple sclerosis (abbreviated MS) is an autoimmune condition in which the immune system attacks the central nervous system (CNS), leading to demyelination. This study will investigate the use of far infrared radiation for MS control, management and treatment.

Music to Reduce Pain and Anxiety in the Pediatric Emergency Department

Many medical procedures aimed at helping children can cause them pain and distress. If children experience certain levels of pain or distress, it can have long lasting negative effects. The emergency department can be a particularly stressful place for children and their parents. There are also many procedures that children may have in the emergency department that can cause pain and distress. These include procedures such as needle pokes, stitches, or setting a broken bone...

Identification of Risk Patients in Emergency Medical Services

Background: Inadequate nutrition has been associated with growing risk of falling and impaired ability in elderly patients. Falling is a significant threat to the health of the elderly. It is estimated that one third of people over the age of 65 experience at least one falling each year. Over 60% of the falls cause serious injury or disability. Adequate nutrition increases the muscle strength of the elderly. Therefore, determining and managing the nutrition level is important f...

Emergency Contraception (ECP): Reducing Unintended Pregnancies

Emergency contraception is a method of birth control that can be used up to three days after sexual intercourse. Emergency contraceptive pills (ECPs) can be given to a woman before she needs them (advance provision) or when she needs them (emergency provision). This study will compare these two methods of providing ECPs.

Deep Brain Stimulation (DBS) for Depression Using Directional Current Steering and Individualized Network Targeting

The goal of the study is to address the unmet need of TRD patients by identifying brain networks critical for treating depression and to use next generation precision DBS with steering capability to engage these targeted networks. The study's goal will be achieved through 3 specific aims: 1. Demonstrate device capability to selectively and predictably engage distinct brain networks 2. Delineate depression-relevant networks and demonstrate behavioral changes wit...

Increasing PrEP Use in High-Risk Social Networks of African-American MSM in Underserved Low-Risk Cities

This study evaluates the use of a social-network approach to encourage African-American men who have sex with men (AAMSM) to adopt pre-exposure prophylaxis (PrEP) to prevent HIV infection. Thirty-six networks of AAMSM will be recruited in Milwaukee, WI, and Cleveland, OH. Half of these networks will have their leaders trained to endorse PrEP to their social network members, and the other half will be given brief HIV prevention counseling.

Oxybutynin Chloride in Managing Hot Flashes

This randomized phase III trial studies how well oxybutynin chloride works in managing hot flashes in patients who are not candidates for, or not interested in hormone replacement therapy. Previous studies have shown that oxybutynin is effective in managing hot flashes, however doses used in prior studies have resulted in side effects. This trial is evaluating lower doses of oxybutynin with the goal of determining if they are efficacious with less side effects.

Non-technical Skills of Emergency Physicians in a Virtual Emergency Department

The investigators will study nontechnical skills of emergency physicians in a virtual standardized emergency room and their impact on quality of care.

Targeted Video Messaging About Emergency Contraception

This research study will assess the real-world effectiveness of Facebook advertising as a strategy to reach women of reproductive age who are at risk of unintended pregnancy with a brief educational intervention about emergency contraception (EC).

Study Comparing Two Different Schedules of Radiation for Early-stage Lung Cancer

This study's goal is to find out if the kind of side effects people experience from radiation is different depending on the schedule of their radiation treatment. Patients will be randomly assigned to either the 3 Fraction or 5 Fraction schedule of radiation. After patients complete radiation treatment, they will follow up with their radiation oncologist.

Epidemiology of Hypertensive Emergency

To test the hypotheses that hypertensive emergency was associated with non-compliance with antihypertensive medication, low level of contact with the medical care system, and alcohol abuse and cigarette smoking. Also, to describe the clinical characteristics of patients hospitalized with hypertensive emergency including morbidity, mortality, and cost, and the extent to which hypertensive emergency occured among previously diagnosed and treated hypertensives.

Management of Vaginal Complaints

Many women present in primary care with vaginal complaints. The best way of managing these complaints is unclear. This trial will test two different methods of managing patients with vaginal complaints. This is a pilot trial.

HOPE Social Media Intervention for HIV Testing and Studying Social Networks

This study [HOPE: Harnessing Online Peer Education] seeks to determine the efficacy of using online social networks to scale peer community leader models to increase HIV prevention within African-American and Latino men who have sex with men. The peer community leader model, which teaches community popular opinion leaders about how to disseminate behavior changes messages throughout the community, has been proven to increase HIV prevention behaviors. Social networks such as Fac...

Analysis of In-hospital Emergency Team Calls in a German Tertiary Care University Hospital From 2013 to 2016

A retrospective analysis of 1,664 emergency forms from MET activities, ranging from January 2013 to December 2016. Every MET activation call via the emergency telephone number ("5555") and following emergency treatment was recorded by a standardized documentation form.

Training Concepts in Emergency Ultrasonography

Emergency ultrasound examinations are increasingly important diagnostic tools in emergency and critical care medicine. This study wants to analyze different types of education for undergraduate students. Any method of medical training will be proved theoretical and in clinical practice.

Epidemiology of Acute Self-poisoning in Emergency Services in France

Acute self poisoning is a leading cause of suicide attempts and leads to frequent emergency department visits. However, the exact epidemiology of acute self poisoning is not known. The description of the clinical pathway and the characteristics of patients with acute self poisoning could lead to an improvement in emergency care. The Investigators will conduct a 48h observational study in emergency services in France. Investigators primary objective is to gathered epidemiologic...

Feasibility and Impact of a Decision Rule for Imaging of Emergency Department Patients With Suspected Kidney Stone

This is the third phase (feasibility and impact) of a three-phase project designed to derive, validate and test the feasibility and impact of implementing clinical decision support to safely limit the use of CT and its accompanying radiation and cost in emergency department patients with suspected renal colic. Hypothesis: Using a before and after model, integration of a clinical prediction rule into decisions about imaging in patients with suspected renal colic will result in ...


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