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01:28 EDT 21st July 2018 | BioPortfolio

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Effectiveness of a Medication Wallet Card

This study evaluates whether or not the use of a medication wallet card in patients over 70 taking 5 or more medications promotes self-efficacy with regards to coping with illness, understanding medications, and staying healthy. Half of the participants will receive an individualized medication wallet card with their medications and medical conditions listed while the other half will receive a simple reminder card.


Use of a Foot Length Card to Improve Careseeking Practices of Vulnerable Newborns in Sarlahi District, Nepal

This study will evaluate whether or not provision of a simple card ("footlength card") that allows identification of low birth weight and/or preterm babies through measurement of the length of a baby's foot, can improve basic newborn care behaviors in rural Nepal.

Low Cost Interventions to Improve Adherence to Childhood Immunization Schedule

The objective of the study was to assess the effect of 1) redesigned immunization card, 2) center-based education to mothers, and 3) redesigned card with center-based education to mothers, provided at DPT1, on DPT3 completion in a randomized controlled trial at rural Expanded Programme on Immunization (EPI) centers in Karachi, Pakistan.


Mayo Clinic Conduit Report Card Questionnaires (CONDUIT)

The Mayo Clinic Conduit Report Card Questionnaires have been created in order to have a consistent evaluation tools for patients undergoing esophagectomy or esophageal reconstruction in order to standardize and validate outcome measures. Data will be used to establish the validation of the Mayo Clinic Conduit Report Card Questionnaires. Data will also lead to the establishment of "normal" or expected scores for patients undergoing each type of esophagectomy procedure

CAR19 Donor Lymphocytes for Relapsed CD19+ Malignancies Following Allogeneic Transplantation

Eligible patients will receive escalating doses of 4G7-CARD T-cells paralleling clinical standard of care with unmanipulated donor lymphocytes. There are 3 intra-patient dose levels planned. Patients will be followed up regularly during the interventional phase of the study until 12 months post-final 4G7-CARD T-cell infusion. Thereafter patients will be followed up annually for years 2 and 3.

Bolus Insulin Card Calculator Randomised Controlled Study

In pediatric patients with type 1 diabetes using subcutaneous injections; a randomised controlled trial comparing the effects of fixed carbohydrate exchanges and insulin doses to the use of variable size meals and insulin doses determined with a bolus insulin calculation card.

Post-Stroke Disease Management - Stroke Card

Patients after ischemic stroke are at high risk of recurrent cardiovascular events and of developing post-stroke complications. There is a substantial gap between risk factor management in real life and that recommended by international guidelines. Stroke Card is a multifaceted comprehensive post-stroke disease management program to detect and treat complications and optimize secondary prevention. The investigators hypothesis that, compared to standard care, Stroke Card will le...

Effect of Referral Card on Neonatal Medical Care Seeking for Institutional Births in Urban Lucknow

Neonatal mortality rate in Uttar Pradesh, Northern India is 53.6 per thousand, and accounts for 8% of global neonatal deaths.It has been argued that prompt and appropriate care-seeking for sick neonates can substantially reduce neonatal mortality. This pre and post intervention trial was done to assess the impact of a pictorial "Neonatal referral Card" and one-to-one counseling of mothers on the qualified medical care-seeking behavior for sick neonates in urban Lucknow. ...

Mayo Clinic Foregut Surgery Report Card Questionnaire

The Mayo Clinic Foregut Surgery Report Card Questionnaire has been created in order to have a consistent evaluation tool for patients undergoing foregut surgery in order to standardize and validate outcome measures.

A Trial of an Audit and Feedback Report to Improve Colonoscopy Performance

This project aims to measure the impact of a physician report card (also called an audit & feedback report) on colonoscopy performance. Endoscopists in Ontario will be randomly assigned to either receive the endoscopist report card or to no feedback. Using Ontario health administrative data, the quality of colonoscopy will be compared between those who received the report card and those who do not. The investigators will also measure the effect of receiving endoscopist report c...

Poly-ICLC to Prevent Respiratory Viral Infections - A Safety Study

This study will examine the safety of an experimental medication called Poly-ICLC, developed for preventing or reducing the severity of infections from influenza and other viruses acquired through the nose, mouth and lungs. The study is divided into two parts, in which Poly-ICLC is tested at different dose levels. Healthy people between 18 and 70 years of age who have no chronic medical problems may be eligible for this study. Participants undergo the following procedures: ...

Comparing Different Methods of Patient Education on Preeclampsia

Preeclampsia is a life-threatening condition unique to pregnancy which occurs in 5-8% of all pregnancies. It contributes to a large proportion of maternal mortality worldwide and these deaths largely result from delayed diagnosis (1-2). A number of studies have shown that patient knowledge about preeclampsia is poor and that patient education can improve patient awareness (1, 3, 5-6). We would like to find out what type of patient education is most effective. We propose a thre...

Electronic Monitoring and Improvement of Adherence to DOACs in Polymedicated Stroke Patients

Primary objective of the MAAESTRO trial is to evaluate the impact of an educational and reminder-based intervention on the adherence of stroke patients to DOACs. Secondary objectives are to evaluate the association between non-adherence and clinical events, to identify predictors of non-adherence and to compare objective measures of adherence with self-reporting. Key methodological instrument for this study will be the "Time4Med" pillbox with Smart/ Reminder Card. The st...

Grocery Assistance Program Study for Families

An experimental trial will be conducted whereby a SNAP-like food benefit program will be implemented in 240 SNAP eligible households. Baseline and follow up measures will include three 24-hour dietary recalls; household food purchase receipt collection; and household food security questions. The individual level measures will be collected from the adult most responsible for food shopping and a child in the household. After baseline measures are completed households will be rand...

Therapeutic CARE of the Bronchial Cancer Not in Small Cell: Implementation of a Coordination Card of Care Relative to the Medicinal Treatments Got Out of it From Hospitalization

The continuity of the medicinal care between the city and the hospital stays a major organizational stake and of safety of patients' therapeutic care.This takeover is more complex when it concerns pathology needed lots of hospitalization and included the intervention of multiple healthcare practionners. This is clearly the case of cancer coverage. The optimization of the therapeutic suppor in town is based on pharmaceutical advice strengthening but also on the pharmaceut...

Evaluation of COVA™+ CARD in Adult Cardiac Surgery

The aim of this observational study is to evaluate the tolerance of the guided healing and adhesion prevention membrane, COVA ™ + CARD, in adult cardiac surgery. The causality of the collagen membrane according to the occurrence of peri and post-operative complications will be evaluated.

Evaluation of a Diagnostic Enteric Card for Management of Diarrhea

PATH is a member of a consortium that is developing a Diagnostic Enterics Card (DEC) which will allow clinicians to diagnose a group of diarrheagenic pathogens linked to morbidity and mortality. The pathogens detected on DEC include Salmonella, Campylobacter jejuni, Shigella species, and Escherichia coli O157:H7. This study will evaluate the performance of the assays and the platform in clinical conditions with non-expert users. It will provide important data on the performan...

Audio-Recorded Discharge Instructions for LEP Parents

In this pilot study, limited English proficient (LEP) parents of children at Seattle Children's Hospital for day surgery will be randomized to usual discharge care or usual discharge plus language-concordant, audio-recorded instructions via recordable card. these cards are similar to recordable greeting cards, and can record up to 180 seconds of information. They can be played back over 100 times. We will follow-up with families 2-7 days later to assess satisfaction and compreh...

Impact of GWG Tool on Patient Knowledge

Women with singleton pregnancies at one outpatient clinic to be recruited for controlled clinical trial. Over eight weeks, women 15 0/7--22 6/7 weeks' with at least one prior prenatal visit to be enrolled in the control group. Women 6 0/7--14 6/7 weeks' to be enrolled in the intervention group at their first prenatal visit and to receive a pregnancy-specific gestational weight gain card. Women to be encouraged to record their weight at each prenatal care visit. All women to com...

Automated Diabetes Registry Tools to Enhance Patient Self-Management and Provider Performance Feedback

Can we improve diabetes outcomes through 1) report card mailings to patients 2) point of care distribution of report cards to patients and 3) provider performance feedback with patient level data?

Observational Study Evaluating Rituximab Use and Use of the Patient Alert Card in Participants Receiving Rituximab Infusion for a Non-Oncology Indication at Infusion Centers in Europe

This study is to characterize the indications for which rituximab is being used and to evaluate the use of the Patient Alert Card (PAC) in participants receiving the medication for non-oncology conditions at infusion centers. The study involves the retrospective chart review of rituximab users' medical records in non-oncology indications as well as a survey to collect information on participant characteristics, and will include questions about participant knowledge on the risk ...

Integrating Services for Noncommunicable Diseases in Continuum of Care for Mothers and Children

The objectives of this cluster randomized control trial are to examine the effect of combined intervention of the utilization of continuum of care (CoC) card and health education on the completion of CoC services among mothers and to examine the effect of health education on NCDs and nutrition on mothers' knowledge on NCDs and nutrition in Myanmar. Pregnant women between 12-20 weeks of pregnancy will be recruited and assigned into intervention arm (n=600) and control arm (n=600...

French Adaptation of the California Card Sorting Task (CCST) in Multiple Sclerosis

Cognitive impairment affects up to 65% of multiple sclerosis (MS) subjects, especially executive functions. The California Card Sorting Task (CCST) assesses specific components of problem-solving ability. There is currently no French version of this test. Reims neurological department in collaboration with Rothschild Foundation has developed a French adaptation of CCST. This version includes three cards packages with two alternate forms to control practice effects (test-retest)...

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Right For Me: Birth Control Decisions Made Easier

Right For Me is a study that aims to improve the conversations patients and health care providers have about birth control. Right For Me will test two different strategies for improving these conversations. The first strategy is to give patients a video to watch that encourages them to ask three specific questions in their health care visit, as well as a prompt card that reminds them of the three questions. The second strategy is to give health care providers a set of decision ...

Consolidating Tools for Outcomes in Resuscitation

In-hospital pediatric cardiac arrest is an important public health problem affecting almost 6000 children a year in the United States. As many as 3% of patients admitted to a children's hospital require cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR). Only a minority of children survive, of which around 35% go on to have a poor neurological outcome. International consensus guidelines on science and treatment recommendations for the management of pediatric resuscitation have existed for dec...


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