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05:46 EDT 16th June 2019 | BioPortfolio

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Cold Water Immersion in the Recovery of Markers of Muscle Damage of 10km Street Runners

Objective: To analyze the effect of cold water immersion (CWI) on the recovery of clinical, biochemical, functional and neuromuscular markers of muscle damage in 10 km street runners. Materials and Methods: This is a randomized, blinded trial in which 30 subjects, 10 km street runners, were randomly divided into three groups: control (gC), immersion (gI) and CWI (gCWI). The runners will be evaluated for clinical (subjective perception of exertion), biochemical (serum CK), func...


The Great Ormond Street Hospital Top Child and Adolescent Health Study

The Great Ormond Street Hospital (GOSH) Top child and adolescent health problems study aims to identify the top health concerns that parents/guardians and paediatricians in a tertiary hospital have for young people in England. 400 parents or guardians attending GOSH outpatients and 200 Paediatricians working at GOSH will be asked to rank a list of 30 child health concerns and results compared. Analysis will be done by demographics as well.

Activation of Hip Muscles in Runners With Patellofemoral Syndrome

Introduction: Hip motor control deficit and neuromuscular disorders of the gluteus medius influence the mechanics of patellofemoral joints through increased dynamic knee valgus and can lead to Patellofemoral Pain Syndrome (PFPS). Mechanoreceptors can be stimulated by an elastic tape, which sends desired tactile cues via afferent improving the functional support of the musculoskeletal system. Objective: To analyze the response to hip stabilizer muscle activation in street runne...


Health Effects of Occupational Exposure to Combustion Particles - a Study on Volunteers Performing as Train Conductors

Ambient air pollution is a complex mixture of gaseous pollutants and particulate matter (PM). PM has a recognized important role in human health. There is a strong scientific consensus on the independent association of PM and adverse cardiovascular and respiratory effects, as well as cancer. It is reasonable to expect that the smaller particles (ultrafine particles, UFP) may have an enhanced toxicity relative to other PM size fractions, due to physical properties and potential ...

Using Bluetooth Beacon Technology to Reduce Distracted Pedestrian Behavior

Over 4,800 American pedestrians die annually, a figure that is current increasing. One hypothesized reason for the increasing trend in pedestrian injuries and deaths is the role of mobile technology in distracting both pedestrians and drivers. The investigators propose to develop and then evaluate Bluetooth beacon technology as a means to alert and warn pedestrians when they are approaching dangerous intersections, reminding them to attend to the traffic environment and cross t...

Bridge Copenhagen - Respite Care for Homeless People

The aim of this study is to determine the effect of a two week respite program (Red Cross) for homeless people just discharged from hospitals in the capital region of Denmark. The study is a randomized controlled trial and an economic evaluation. The intervention is a 2 week stay at a Red Cross respite care center. The intervention is intended for homeless people or functional homeless, who has been admitted to hospital and received standard medical care and treatment at the h...

Evaluating the Impact of Improvements in Urban Green Space on Older Adults' Physical Activity and Wellbeing: a Natural Experimental Study

Background: Creating or improving urban green space has the potential to be an effective and sustainable way to increase physical activity and improve other aspects of wellbeing in older adults. However, the size and quality of the existing evidence base is weak. There is particularly a lack of studies on older adults and in the United Kingdom. This study aims to evaluate the effect of four small local street greening intervention projects on older adults' physical activity and...

Compare Different Cervical Anterior Discectomy Procedures by After Procedure Sagittal Alignment on Radiograph

Patients with single-level cervical degenerative disc disease commonly undertook anterior discectomy. To compare the effect of anterior cervical discectomy without fusion (ACD), anterior cervical discectomy with fusion by stand-alone cage (ACDF) or anterior cervical discectomy with arthroplasty (ACDA), a multiple center randomised controlled trial will be performed in patients with single-level cervical disease. The primary outcome will be cervical alignment by upright cervic...

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Testing Training Programs to Improve Children's Pedestrian Behaviors

Motor vehicle pedestrian injury is a critical issue for school children.1-4 Each year in the US, over 4900 pedestrians are killed and another 207,000 are injured, and about 25% of these pedestrian events involve school-age children. This research focuses on 7-8 year olds, who constitute a high-risk group for pedestrian injury. At these ages children regularly cross streets without supervision and they struggle both with selecting where to cross and determining how to cross. Res...

Independent Walking Speed and Crossing a City Street

The purpose of this study is to determine if selected sequence training using the Balance Master, added to established physical therapy treatment programs, will increase gait velocity of ambulatory children receiving inpatient or outpatient rehabilitation in relation to their ability to cross an intersection within the confines of community traffic signal (>120 cm/sec).

Spatial Epidemiology of Tuberculosis (TB) Infection

Data will be extracted from the NTUH medical records database, geocoded according to the street address so that the case number, incidence, etc could be mapped. The spatial data would be used to detect aggregation of TB cases, existence of "hot spots" and then determine if they may merit further investigation or may have occurred by chance. The results from these GIS-based analyses would address local variations in TB incidence and transmission.

Telemonitoring Enhanced Support for Depression Self Management

The objective of this research is to test the efficacy of "CarePartners for Depression" (CP-D) intervention, which was designed to increase between visit monitoring of depression status and enhance self-management. **In order to participate, subjects must be patients at participating clinics: Alcona Health Center, Cherry Street Health Services, Dua Family Practice, Morang Chester.

African American Cancer Clinical Trial Decisions: Testing Tailored Messages

A randomized clinical trial (using a 2x2 factorial design) to inform our knowledge of the efficacy of a tailored health message intervention, using different depths of tailoring and involving physicians, on African American(AA) cancer patient's active communication in CT consultations as measured by the Street Patient Activation measure.

Health Effects of Diesel Exhaust in Asthmatic Patients: A Real-World Study in a London Street

Acute exposure to diesel exhaust under normal city conditions leads to a worsening of symptoms of asthma, with reduction in lung function in asthmatic nonsmoking adults, dependent on the exposure dose and on the background severity of asthma. The worsening asthma is accompanied by increased oxidative stress and inflammation in the lungs.

Trazodone for Sleep Disturbance in Early Alcohol Recovery

This study is a randomized, double-blind clinical trial comparing trazodone (Desyrel) and placebo among sleep-disturbed, alcohol-dependent individuals shortly after discharge from an inpatient detoxification program. Subjects will undergo a baseline assessment and random assignment to trazodone or identical placebo for 12 weeks. All persons completing the alcohol detoxification at Stanley Street Treatment and Resources (SSTAR) will be screened. (SSTAR of Rhode Island provides ...

An M-Health Intervention in Rural Veterans

MapTrek is a mobile-phone-based web app that allows participants to take a virtual walk in interesting locations around the world while tracking their progress against the progress of other veterans on an interactive map. Steps are counted using a commercially available triaxial accelerometer (e.g. Fitbit), and users see their own updated progress overlaid on Google Maps, with Google Maps features (e.g. zooming, street view, etc.) available. The objective is to report activity ...

Using Virtual Reality to Train Children in Pedestrian Safety

Pedestrian injuries are among the leading causes of morbidity and mortality in American children ages 7-8, but existing behavior-oriented interventions achieve only modest success. One limitation to existing interventions is that they fail to provide children with the repeated practice needed to develop the complex perceptual and cognitive skills required for safe pedestrian activity. Virtual reality (VR) offers a highly promising technique to train children in pedestrian ...

Good Shepherd: Back to Reality Series

The purpose of this study is to determine whether the Back to Reality series video games - Harry's Journey, Harry's Journal, and Pathways to care map - are effective at educating homeless and street involved youth, registered at the Youth Services Good Shepherd Hamilton, about the emotional, social, and psychiatric sequel of problematic underage substance use. The objectives of the video games are to promote early detection and awareness of mental health and substance use probl...

Test of an Intervention to Improve HIV Care

At Thomas Street Health Center (TSHC), one of the largest outpatient HIV clinics in the country, we developed a structured, theory-based, Patient Mentor Program to improve retention in HIV primary care. Many patients with HIV infection hospitalized at Ben Taub General Hospital (BTGH) do not successfully return to TSHC after discharge from the hospital. The purpose of this study is to test the efficacy of a patient mentor intervention in a 5-year randomized, controlled trial in ...

Pilot Testing a Behavioral Intervention to Incorporate Advances in HIV Prevention for Black Young MSM in Alabama

The overall goal of this 5-year Mentored Research Scientist Development K01-Award is to support Henna Budhwani, PhD, MPH to become an independent implementation science investigator in the field of HIV prevention. The proposed project seeks to address the HIV crisis in Alabama, where rates of undiagnosed HIV in black young men who have sex with men (YMSM, 18-29 years) exceed 20%. This project will adapt and test a behavioral intervention to promote HIV rapid testing in the comm...

Pegylated Interferon Plus Ribavirin in the Treatment of Active and Past Intravenous Drug Users Infected With Hepatitis C

Hepatitis C infects as many as 300,000 Canadians. Up to 25% of those infected will develop cirrhosis and be at risk for liver failure and liver cancer. Cirrhosis caused by hepatitis C is the most common reason for liver transplantation in Canada. The largest group of infected people are those who use injectable street drugs. However, people who continue to use drugs are routinely excluded from scientific studies testing new treatments for Hepatitis C and are generally recommend...

Caregiver-Child Interaction and Health Behaviors

This study will focus on Caregiver-child coercion and its impact on behaviors and regimen adherence. 100 caregiver-child dyads from the New York University College of Dentistry (NYUCD) pediatric dental clinic at the Schwartz Building at 345 E. 24th Street and through referrals from previous participants and from other investigators at NYUMC. Consented dyads will be randomly assigned to one of the two conditions: cognitive or behavioral. Once the intervention has been conducted,...

Developing a Biomarker for Monitoring Clinical Outcomes in Children With Spinal Lipoma.

'Spinal lipoma' is a condition, present from before birth, in which fatty tissue (lipoma) is attached to the lower end of the spinal cord, tethering it within the vertebral canal. The cord normally moves up and down with respiration, whereas tethering prevents this movement, and can lead to progressive neurological deterioration. The cord and spinal nerves become stretched and their blood supply is damaged irreversibly. Disability may include weakness or pain in the lower body,...

INSPIRE-CF: an Alternative Physiotherapy Model for Children With Cystic Fibrosis

The primary aim of the research is to evaluate whether an alternative model of cystic fibrosis (CF) physiotherapy care can produce statistically significant improvements in clinical and patient reported outcomes, and whether this alternative model is economically advantageous and/or sustainable. Children randomised to the control group will receive 24-months of current model of CF care at Great Ormond Street Hospital (GOSH). Children randomised to the intervention group...

Treosulfan Pharmacokinetics in Children Undergoing Allogeneic HSCT

Every year around 70 children affected by cancer or life-threatening genetic diseases undergo haematopoietic cell transplantation (HCT) within the Blood and Marrow Transplant (BMT) unit at Great Ormond Street Hospital (GOSH). One of the main goals of the BMT unit over the last decade has been to reduce the morbidity and mortality related to HCT, and the group has become a world-leader in pioneering less toxic transplants. Fixed high doses of chemotherapy drugs are gener...


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