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Improvement of Nutritional Status in Elderly Residents of Long-term Facilities

Elderly persons in long-term facilities often have denutrition, associated with a bad oral and dental status. Yet, many elderly persons don't attend dentist care and when they have dental prothesis, do not often use them during meals. The impact of a rehabilitation of dental function on their nutritional status has not been proven. The objective of this study is to assess the impact of 2 stratégies aimed to restore a good nutritional status, among patients with slight denutri...

The Impact of Oral Nutritional Supplements on the Nutritional Status of Elderly Patients

The study compares nutritional status of two groups elderly patient aged 65 and more. One group of the patients received nutritional support (Nutridrink Multi Fibre) for 14 days. Nutritional status of the patients were compared 2 months after the start of the intervention.

Nutritional Assessment in Idiopathic Pulmonary Fibrosis

In recent years nutritional status assumed increasing importance in the evaluation of chronic respiratory diseases, considering that their clinical course is often characterized by a progressive loss of weight and reduction of muscle mass.In regards to Idiopathic Pulmonary Fibrosis (IPF), to date there are no studies that fully assessed the nutritional status of patients, nor the impact of the introduction of specific anti-fibrotic agents on the nutritional status of these pati...

Safety and Efficacy Study of the Effect of Etanercept in Hemodialysis Patients

Etanercept is a novel anti-inflammatory agent currently used in patients with rheumatoid arthritis. We are examining whether etanercept is effective in improving the nutritional status of hemodialysis patients as a consequence of its ability to decrease inflammation. Hemodialysis patients with end stage renal disease have a high mortality rate. In individual patients, mortality is associated with a low serum albumin concentration, a marker of poor nutritional status, and with...

The Effect of When Medication is Taken on Nutritional Status in Hospitalized Patients Older Than 65 Years

Polypathology in elderly subjects requires polypharmacy but even though the efficacy of a medication and digestive tolerance are ensured, the medication can be taken a long time from meals to reduce its side-effects. Despite numerous studies that have investigated links between medication and malnutrition, none have assessed the influence of the time the drug is taken on the evolution of the nutritional status of elderly hospitalized persons. So as to identify the best nutritio...

Nutritional Status and Pharmacological Treatment: Impact on the Toxicity and Quality of Life of Patients With Colorectal and Breast Cancer

Cancer patients undergo many different modalities of treatments. Pharmacological treatment should be well understood. The nutritional status is not taken into account when calculating drug's doses and this may have an impact in toxicity and quality of life. The present study proposes to evaluate the relationship between the calculation of pharmacological treatment's doses, the toxicity and the impact on quality of life among colorectal and breast cancer's patients.


Nutritional Status of Cerebral Palsy Patients in Turkey

This is a single visit, non-interventional, cross sectional study about risk factors, etiology, nutritional status and feeding methods in CP patients.

Evaluation of Effectiveness of Nutritional Practical Counseling for Elderly Patients at Risk of Malnutrition on Nutritional Status at Home

At hospital, short term actions are used (adaptation of meals, oral supplementation…) to fight malnutrition. Oral supplementation can have a positive impact on weight gain. But actions should continue at home, particularly to maintain autonomy for elderly. The hypothesis is that practical workshop about enrichment and interest of foods can help malnourished patients to change their eating habits. The main goal of this study is to evaluate the effects of this workshop on impro...

Feasibility of Nutritional Telemonitoring in Elderly Home Care Patients

An optimal nutritional status is essential for healthy ageing. Telemonitoring might contribute to maintaining or improving nutritional status in elderly people.The objectives of this pilot study are to test the feasibility, acceptability and implementation fidelity of telemonitoring of nutritional parameters in community-dwelling older adults; to test the study procedures for effect evaluation; and to determine the likelihood of achieving desired impact on the primary and secon...

Nutrition and Inflammation Among Patients With Lower Limb Amputation

This study investigates how patient's nutritional status and eating patterns after lower limb amputation is associated with inflammation and thus linked to the patient´s current degree of disease.

Impact of Preoperative Sarcopenia on Morbidity and Mortality in Patients Operated on From Digestive Cancers

Sarcopenia (loss of muscle mass and function) can be observed at any age and results of multiple factors (age, activity, inflammatory factors, nutritional status...). It deeply impacts the physical performance and the basal metabolism, and induces cardiovascular disorders, dyslipidemia, and diabetes. Sarcopenia appears like an independent factor decreasing the quality of life, exacerbating the toxicity of chemotherapy and increasing mortality for gastrointestinal cancer. Howeve...

Nutritional Therapy for Stroke Patients

Prospective, short-term studies in patients admitted for acute stroke have shown an increased risk of infections, bedsores, impaired functional outcome, slower rate of recovery, poorer rehabilitation potential and higher mortality in patients with a poor nutritional status. In hospitals without routine nutritional assessment and individual nutrition management plans, the risk of patients developing malnutrition may be increased. In this study, patients admitted for acute stroke...

Long Term Physical Activity for Hemodialysis Patients

Patients on chronic hemodialysis present severe physical dysfunctioning associated with a significant reduction of their muscle mass. These two parameters are associated with increased morbidity and mortality along with deconditioning and poor quality of life. There are several studies- usually short term, single center uncontrolled and underpowered- that have shown a significant improvement of the physical, metabolic and dialytic parameters. There are only few studies that ha...

Influence of Nutritional and Inflammational Status on Survival of Hemodialysis Patients

prospective longitudinal measurements of nutritional status parameters (body composition by BIA, anthropometry and biochemical indexes), inflammatory response (CRP, inflammatory cytokines (IL-1, IL-6, IL-10),IGF-1, leptin and NOx blood levels) and morbidity and mortality data collection over 2 year period in patients receiving chronic hemodialysis.

Study of Long-Term Use of Forlax® in Elderly Patients With Chronic Constipation

The main purpose of this study is to evaluate the tolerance of long term repeated doses of Forlax® 10g versus lactulose in elderly ambulatory or institutionalized patients, paying special attention to digestive and nutritional status.

ProStat Supplementation in Dialysis Patients

This is a long-term, randomized, placebo-controlled, double blind clinical study of a nutritional supplement, ProStat 64, in chronic hemodialysis patients with poor nutrition. Subjects receive either ProStat 64 or Placebo for three months. At the end of this period, all subjects will receive ProStat-64 for a further 3 months at which time the study is ended. Parameters of nutritional status (lean body mass and serum protein) will be collected at baseline, 3 months and 6 month...

Long-term Safety and Efficacy Study of Fitusiran in Patients With Hemophilia A or B, With or Without Inhibitory Antibodies to Factor VIII or IX

Primary Objective: To characterize the long-term safety and tolerability of fitusiran Secondary Objectives: - To characterize the long-term efficacy of fitusiran as assessed by the frequency of: - Bleeding episodes - Spontaneous bleeding episodes - Target joint bleeding episodes - To characterize the effects of fitusiran on health-related quality of life (HRQOL) measures in participants ≥17 years of age

The Role of Muscle Cachexia in Pancreatic Cancer

The relationship between myopenia, nutritional status, and long-term oncologic outcomes remains poorly characterized in patients with anatomically resectable pancreatic cancer (PC). The investigators want to look at muscle properties in pancreatic cancer patients to determine possible therapeutic options toward better nutritional status. Patients with benign right upper quadrant pathology will be utilized as controls for the study. The researchers hypothesize that improving ca...

Enteral Nutrition in Liver Cirrhosis

Malnutrition is frequently occurring in patients with liver cirrhosis and is associated with a poorer outcome, as it determines life quality and affects both morbidity and mortality. Long term prognosis after liver transplantation also depends on the nutritional status. Therefore, the early diagnosis and intervention for malnutrition is an important issue in the clinical management of liver cirrhosis. However, oral intake has been shown to be insufficient due to disease relat...

Assessment of Nutritional Status of Patients With Crohn's Disease

Good nutritional status of patients with Crohn's disease (CD) is associated with better outcome of the disease. The prevalence of malnutrition in patients with Crohn's disease varies and is higher in patients with active disease. Available studies in the literature have assessed the nutritional status of patients with Crohn's disease. However, sample size of available studies is small and highly heterogeneous, and most patients are hospitalized with active disease. The aim of t...

Nutritional Orientations and Adherence, Nutritional Status, Clinical and Life Quality Parameters of Heart Failure (HF) Patients

The nutritional systematic orientations in outpatients with heart failure throughout 1 year in comparison to conventional treatment is estimated to lead to higher nutritional treatment adherence and improved nutritional status, clinical and life quality parameters.

Follow-up of Adult Phenylketonuria (PKU) Patients

Adult patients with phenylketonuria (PKU) at the age around 40 years belong to the first patients generation with early treatment of the disease. PKU is caused by an inborn error of the amino acid metabolism and the so far best suitable therapy is an early and strict diet, which is low in phenylalanin. Besides an early and continuously treatment in childhood, the nutritional and medical support during adolescence and adulthood have been suggested to influence the long-term ...

Prospective Study to Determine Long Term Impact of Bariatric Surgery

The World Health Organization (WHO) statistics, in 2008, there were more than 1.4 billion adults, aged 20 and older, and were overweight. Of these over 200 million men and nearly 300 million women are obese. Body Mass Index (BMI) more than 30 is considered as obese and increasingly bariatric surgery is the commonest way used nowadays to lose weight. Moreover, surgery will influence many other health factors and parameters. Many studies prove the improvement of metabolic and psy...

Probiotic Modulation of Intestinal Microbiota in Long-term Intake of Proton Pump Inhibitors

Long-term proton pump inhibitor use has been linked to intestinal dysbiosis, inflammation and gastrointestinal symptoms. Probiotics has been shown to correct dysbiosis, reduce inflammation and strengthen the gut barrier. The aim of this study is to evaluate the influence of a three months intervention with a probiotic on intestinal inflammation, bowel symptoms, dysbiosis and gut permeability.

Pilot Study: Hepatoprotective Role of SMOFlipid® Used in Short-term Parenteral Nutrition in an Onco-Hematology Pediatric Population

Parenteral nutrition (PN) is part of supportive care in oncology Pediatric when the patient's nutritional status justifies it and enteral is impossible. In the literature, hepatotoxicity, cholestasis type, standard emulsions of soy oil-based (type Médialipide®) is described in the context of a long-term PN especially in premature infants. It results in an increase in gammaGT. The most recent use of lipid emulsions containing Omega 3 (Smoflipid), was studied in the adult popul...

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