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Time of Cannulation During Primary ERCP With Short Guide Wire Rapid Exchange or With Long Guide Wire

The aim of this study is to compare the cannulation time during primary wire guided ERCP (Endoscopic Retrograde Cholangio-Pancreatography) according to two different length of guide wire: long wire or short wire rapid exchange, artery by a prospective randomized trial.

Kirschner Wire and Pull-out Wire Fixation for the Treatment of Bony Mallet Finger

The objective of this report is to describe a new surgical technique for the treatment of bony mallet finger which involves the application of both Kirschner wire and pull-out wire fixation. It is believed to decrease the risk of the complications.

Boston Scientific COMET Wire Validation Study

Summary of Study Aims To assess, in a randomised fashion: 1. performance of Boston Scientific Pressure Wire versus St Jude Pressure Wire 2. performance of Boston Scientific Pressure Wire versus Boston Scientific Pressure Wire 3. performance of St Jude Pressure Wire versus St Jude Pressure Wire

Short Versus Long Wire ERCP Systems

This study looked at short-wire ERCP devices versus Long-wire ERCP devices. The study hypothesis is to compare the performance of the Fusion ERCP short-wire system to the traditional Long-wire system.

Double/Single Balloon Enteroscopy Stiffening Wire RCT

This is a randomized clinical trial examining the use of a stiffening wire to increase depth of maximal insertion during double and single balloon enteroscopy.

Thin Wire Versus Thick Wire Snare for Cold Snare Polypectomy of Diminutive Polyps

Cold snare polypectomy (CSP) is now common practice and has proven to be a safe and effective technique for removal of diminutive polyps. Both thick and thin wire snares are now commonly used for CSP. However, because of their physical characteristics, thick wire snares might leave a higher percentage of residual adenoma at the resection site. Since this may result in a higher risk of recurrence, the technique needs to be optimized. Experts have suggested that a thin wire snare...

Efficacy Assessment of CT-guided Hook Wire Localization of Lung Nodes Before Thoracoscopy

When patient presents a lung node, there is an important risk that this node was a tumor. For patients who have these nodes, the surgery is the best treatment. When the surgery is possible, the thoracoscopy may be more advantageous compared to thoracothomy (decrease of post surgery pains, decrease of recovery time and decrease of drugs consumption). Nevertheless, thoracoscopy needs specific materiels and nécessite un équipement spécifique and trained physicians. Moreo...

Feasibility And Safety Of Transjugular Intrahepatic Portosystemic Shunt (TIPS) Creation Using A Radiofrequency Guidewire

A novel radiofrequency (RF) wire created by Baylis Medical (Montreal, CAN) is an FDA cleared device commonly used for percutaneous recanalization procedures. This wire has an active tip that delivers focused RF energy and has been applied for many procedures such as percutaneous transseptal left heart access, recanalization of central vein occlusion, recanalization of arterial occlusion, and recanalization of bile duct occlusion. There has been no study investigating the use of...

Photodynamic Therapy and Vismodegib for Multiple Basal Cell Carcinomas

This is a Phase 1 single site study to evaluate the safety and efficacy of a combination therapy that includes the administration of vismodegib and photodynamic therapy (PDT) using aminolevulinic acid (20 percent ALA) for multiple basal cell carcinomas. All subjects will receive vismodegib 150mg by mouth every day for 3 months, and undergo three PDT sessions with topical application of ALA. The PDT will be first administered at 7+ 4 business days after the beginning of the Eriv...

The Use of Guide Wire in Biliary Cannulation: Angled or Straight Tipped Guide Wire?

The purpose of the study is to prospectively evaluate the deep biliary cannulation in ERCP with the angled tipped guide wire or the straight tipped guide wire.

Modified Double Wire Technique to Facilitate the Successful Cannulation: Prospective Randomized Study

Selective cannulation is considered the most challenging step for most of Endoscopic retrograde cholangiopancreatography (ERCP). Wire-guided cannulation is the standard technique for initial cannulation. When meeting difficulty, double wire technique (DWT) is widely used. With one guidewire occupying pancreatic duct (PD), the following cannulation of common bile duct (CBD) with a sphincterotome preloaded with another guidewire often becomes feasible. However, because of the sma...

Tobacco Control Among Business Process Outsourcing (BPO) Employees

The Business Process Outsourcing BPO industry has been rapidly expanding in India over the last 10 years. There is a concern regarding issues of health and safety that are unique to this new and developing industry. The lack of reliable and relevant information on which to base the response to this concern poses a challenge for safeguarding the health of BPO employees. Elevated stress levels, shift duties, high work targets, lofty income may force many towards addictions to kee...

Pancreatic Sphincterotomy Versus Double Wire Technique in Difficult Cannulation

The purpose of the study is to compare two different techniques (pancreatic sphincterotomy (PS) and double wire technique (DGW)) regarding the risk of post-ERCP pancreatitis (PEP) and the success of cannulation in difficult cannulation. For the study, the difficult cannulation is de-fined as situation when the common bile duct has not been cannulated in five minutes, after five attempts or after two pancreatic guide wire passages or when any of those limits is exceeded. The two...

Sensor-equipped Ultrathin Pressure Microcatheter Versus Pressure Wire for FFR Measurement

TruePhysioTM Sensor-equipped Ultrathin Pressure Microcatheter (referred to as TruePhysioTM Microcatheter below) is a novel device for evaluating the functional significance of coronary stenosis. This study will compare the differences, if any, between the coronary fractional flow reserve (FFR) measured by the TruePhysioTM Microcatheter and the Pressure Wire.

Efficacy of Double Wire Technique in Difficult Cases of Common Bile Duct Cannulation in ERCP (UDOGUIA-04)

The purpose of this study is to determine if the double guide wire technique is more effective than the conventional method in those cases of difficult selective biliary cannulation in the ERCP procedures.

The Effect of Percutaneous Kirschner Wire Technique in Management of CPT Under One Year Old

The aim of this study was to investigate the effect of percutaneous kirschner wire in management of Congenital Pseudarthrosis of Tibia in children younger than 1 year of age. This study was to determine the union rates of congenital pseudarthrosis in children operated before 1 year of age to identify growth abnormalities in the affected limb ,including ankle valgus,tibia valgus,and shortening.

Evaluation of Efficacy and Safety of Goff Transpancreatic Septotomy vs. Double Wire Technique for Achieving Biliary Access in Technically Challenging ERCPs

Randomized, prospective study evaluating efficacy and safety of Goff transpancreatic septotomy vs. double wire technique for achieving biliary access in patients who fail initial cannulation at ERCP.

RCT of the Double Wire Technique With or Without Transpancreatic Sphincterotomy for Difficult Common Bile Duct Cannulation

Endoscopic cholangiography is a procedure which is performed to image the bile duct and perform therapy like removal of bile duct stones. It is currently standard of care to remove stones from the bile duct when found as they frequently cause complications like infections which can sometime be life threatening. Therapy on the biliary tree, like for example stone removal, frequently requires inserting tools through the opening of the duct and cutting of the muscle which control...

Evaluation of the Opsens Fractional Flow Reserve (FFR) Wire as a "Work Horse" Wire

The use of fractional flow reserve (FFR) has improved outcomes in percutaneous coronary interventions (PCI) in patients with symptomatic stable coronary artery disease (CAD) with intermediate angiographic stenoses. It is a clinical tool used routinely in cardiac catheterization laboratories throughout the world including the Little Rock VA Hospital. The technique utilizes a pressure transducer constructed as part of an 0.014" guidewire. An FFR of >0.80 has been linked with myoc...

Balloon-Stent Kissing Technique Versus Jailed Wire Technique for the Coronary Bifurcation Lesions

To compare the immediate and long-term clinical outcomes between Balloon-Stent Kissing Technique (BSKT) and Jailed Wire Technique (JWT) for the interventional treatment of coronary bifurcation lesions.

Improving Sternal Healing After Cardiac Surgery: Sternal Wire vs ZIPFIX

The objective of this study is to determine whether sternal reconstruction using the ZIPFIX system compared to standard wire cerclage could improve bone healing, patient function, and decreased postoperative pain.

Efficacy of Subintimal vs Intraluminal Approach for Atherosclerotic Chronic Occlusive Femoropopliteal Arterial Disease

There are two ways of approaching atherosclerotic chronic occlusive femoro-popliteal arterial lesion with guide wire. One is the intraluminal approach of passing guide wire through the atheroma, the other is the subintimal approach of passing wire through the subintima of the vessel. Either of these two interventional technique can be chosen depending on the character of the lesions they have their own pros and cons which affects the success of the intervention. The stud...

Diathermy Cone Biopsy: A Study of Two Techniques.

The purpose of this trial is to determine whether SWETZ (Straight Wire Excision of Transformation Zone) is a superior alternative to LLETZ cone biopsy in the management of pre-invasive endocervical disease. SWETZ is a new cone biopsy procedure performed with a straight wire electrode and it will be compared to LLETZ cone, which is performed with a large loop electrode.

PrEssure wiRe Compared to Microcatheter-based Sensing Technology For the Evaluation of FFR Measurements

The model by which physicians measure the lack of blood flow in the vessels that supply blood to the heart muscle is called Fractional Flow Reserve (FFR). FFR is the measurement of the pressure across the vessels that supply blood to the heart. These are known as the coronary arteries. This study involves comparing two FFR wires, the St. Jude Medical Pressure Wire (PW) and the ACIST Navvus Microcatheter (MC) to check the accuracy of the devices. FFR allows real-time estimation ...

Evaluation Of A Novel Breast Compression Paddle For Wire Localization In Mammography

The purpose of this study is to evaluate the functionality of a new compression paddle used in mammography for wire localization.

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