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The goal of the study is to assess the role of cholinesterase inhibitors in affecting the driving ability of cognitively intact seniors using driving simulators. We hypothesize that the use of a cholinesterase inhibitor for two weeks will be associated with improvement in safe driving behavior on a simulated driving task.
The purpose of this randomized, double-blind, crossover study is to compare two long-acting stimulant formulations—once-daily PRC-063 and once-daily lisdexamfetamine (LDX)—through a 15-hour period on driving performance, as measured with a driving simulator, in adult patients with ADHD.
This Stage II randomized, controlled, longitudinal trial seeks to assess the acceptability, feasibility, and effects of a driving decision aid use among geriatric patients and providers. This multi-site trial will (1) test the driving decision aid (DDA) in improving decision making and quality (knowledge, decision conflict, values concordance and behavior intent); and (2) determine its effects on specific subpopulations of older drivers (stratified for cognitive function, decis...
ADDERALL XR (Mixed Salts of a Single-Entity Amphetamine) and STRATTERA ( Atomoxetine Hydrochloride) Compared to Placebo on Simulated Driving Safety and Performance and Cognitive Functioning in Adults With ADHD
Evaluate the efficacy of treatment with ADDERALL XR and STRATTERA compared to placebo on simulated driving safety and performance of young adults with ADHD as measured by Driving Safety Scores derived by the Driving Simulator.
The device that is the subject of this investigation is a solution for driving simulation of an electric wheelchair. It is intended to enable patients who are likely to acquire an electric wheelchair to train in a virtual environment, favorable to the safety of training, to its repetition, and to produce more varied, rich training environments and more tailored to specific and individualized needs. These solutions will make it easier to access real-world driving for patients wh...
To compare (low contrast) visual acuity (VA) and contrast sensitivity (CS) - both at intermediate distances under nighttime driving conditions in a driving simulator between patients with bilateral EYHANCE IOLs OR bilateral conventional monofocal IOLs. Visual function testing in the driving simulator will be assessed without AND with (static) glare. Additionally: Assessment of individual response times, scanpath characteristics, evaluation of test retest reliability and self-e...
Small amounts of astigmatism are often uncorrected in contact lens wearers. The effect with respect to driving is unknown, but it could threaten safe operation of a motor vehicle, especially under conditions such as nighttime driving when visual abilities are highly challenged. This study measures driving-specific visual abilities and simulated driving performance in participants with astigmatism who either have or do not have their astigmatism corrected. The primary hypothesis...
A study in healthy volunteers of the next morning driving performance after middle-of-the-night dosing of 3.5 mg zolpidem tartrate sublingual tablet, a sleep aid. The next morning driving performance will be measured by taking a standardized driving test.
Based on the pharmacological class of rapastinel, this study will be conducted to evaluate the participant's driving performance after single IV doses of rapastinel as compared with single oral doses of alprazolam, a benzodiazepine that demonstrates driving impairment, and placebo in healthy participants.
The main objective of this study is to discern if an Occupational Therapy Driving Intervention (OT-DI) improves fitness to drive abilities of Combat Veterans and also investigate if results leads to reduced driving errors on the driving simulator and an on-road test. The driving behavior of 260 Combat Veterans will be studied on a driving simulator at baseline after which they will be randomized into control and intervention groups. The intervention group will receive sessions ...
Driving is a set of complex tasks and requires use of multiple cognitive domains, including attention, planning, and memory. In laboratory studies, the main psychoactive component in cannabis, delta-9-tetrahydrocannabinol (THC), was shown to impair short-term memory, attention, reaction time, tracking, and coordination, resulting, for instance, in significantly more deviations from the lane and increased break latency. Surveys and epidemiological studies suggest that cannabis c...
The acute and subchronic effects of amitriptyline were compared to placebo in a double-blind crossover randomized study on driving ability and driving-related skills in chronic neuropathic pain patients.It was hypothesized that nocturnally administered 25 mg amitriptyline might affect driving performance negatively after acute, but not after subchronic treatment.
The purpose of this study is to evaluate a variety of technologies in a driving simulator. Specifically, this research will provide a direct comparison of driver performance measures under various modes of mobile device interaction.
This study will examine the effects of various strains of marijuana on simulated driving performance; the effects of alcohol administration will also be examined to further understand how marijuana-induced driving changes compare the effects of alcohol. Secondary outcomes will include physiological effects, subjective- and observer-rated outcomes, and psychomotor performance under the various dose conditions.
This is a single-center, prospective controlled simulation study designed comparing and evaluating the driving performance of subjects who have had cervical spine surgery and the use of a validated driving simulator. To date, there haven't been evidence-based recommendations to determine a patient's "fitness to drive" in the peri-operative or postoperative state. The objective of this study is to delineate the effect cervical spine procedures have on driving performance in the ...
Epidemiological studies have established a link between collisions while driving and cannabis use. With the changing legal landscape around cannabis, there is much interest in determining per se limits of cannabis while driving. The present study will evaluate driving on a driving simulator after smoking placebo or cannabis with 3 different levels of THC. THC is the active component in cannabis and blood, urine and oral fluid levels of THC will be correlated with driving impair...
The proposed study will validate and determine sensitivity of our new driving simulator, created to evaluate driving ability in a related study to show similar driving performance between patients on chronic opioid treatment and a control group. Although the commercial version of the simulator has been validated for certain populations and certain measures, these require re-calibration for our own clinical study. The investigators propose a prospective randomized clinical trial...
The aim of this study is to calibrate the STISIM driving simulator under influence of three different dosages of ethanol (0.05%, 0.08% and 0.11% BAC). The levels of performance decrement for the three blood alcohol concentrations will serve as a standard for comparing the effects that will be observed with psychoactive drugs in future trials. This will make the results of these future studies more easily to interpret and will provide health care providers and policy makers who ...
This study was authorized by the California Legislature (Assembly Bill 266, the Medical Marijuana Regulation and Safety Act (73) to help with detection of driving under the influence of cannabis. Healthy volunteers will inhale smoked cannabis with either 0% (placebo), 6.7%, or 12.6% Δ9-THC at the beginning of the day, and then complete driving simulations, iPad-based performance assessments, and bodily fluid draws (e.g., blood, saliva, breath) before the cannabis smoking and h...
It has been suggested that cognitive functioning is impaired in chronic pain patients. Since most of these pain patients engage in daily activities including driving, it was hypothezised that they may have an increased risk of becoming involved in traffic accidents.
The purpose of this study is to examine the effect of three specific odors on simulated driving performance. It is hypothesized that the presence of peppermint, rosemary, and zest/pulp will increase memory recall for navigation and improve reaction times for braking, compared to performance during unscented conditions
The purpose of this study is to assess the effect on driving performance of a single dose of amphetamine extended-release tablets (20 mg/tablet) compared with placebo at 45 minutes and 10 hours post-dose in young adults with ADHD.
Among children, attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) is associated with an increased risk for accidents, especially bicycle and pedestrian (Leibson 2001; Jensen 1988; DiScala 1998). Anywhere from 40% to 80% of children diagnosed with ADHD continue to display symptoms of the disorder into adolescence(Barkley 1990; Gittelman 1985). Adolescents with ADHD are also at an increased risk for driving-related accidents, being 2 to 4 times more likely to experience a motor veh...
This study aims to compare the COAST (comprehensive older adult screening tool) to muscle mass as determined by BIA (bioelectric impedance analysis) and thus, determine if the COAST is a valid predictor of muscle loss in older adults. This study follows a comparison of COAST to MNA and will further test the validity of the COAST nutrition screening tool.
Assess the effect of cigarette smoking of tobacco with or without addition of resin cannabis on driving performance in healthy volunteers in simulated driving in Marseille and Toulouse, and in real world driving to Bordeaux. Multicenter Study of phase 1, randomized, double-blind, cross plan, carried out in healthy male volunteers.