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Mixed-species Biofilms and Silicone Device Longevity

The purpose of this study is to determine whether the mix of microbial species isolated from biofilm-clogged voice prostheses is specific to each participant, whether the microbes are orally-derived and whether the presence of specific species is a predictor of the frequency with which patients discard devices due to malfunction. The microbes isolated from discarded devices will be used to test the antimicrobial properties of newly-developed medical silicones.


Identification of Liver Tumours Using BIP - Biopsy System

This clinical device investigation is conducted by performing liver biopsies using the BIP - Biopsy Tool. The aim is to assess the feasibility of bioimpedance spectroscopy based biopsy tool guidance method and test how well BIP biopsy system is able to distinguish liver tumours from surrounding tissue. In addition, user feedback is obtained to improve the usability of the investigational device. The study does not affect the traditional treatment procedure and only the patients...

Assessment of Myocardial Disease in Man Using Novel Non-invasive Diagnostic Tools

This study will be testing two devices which are designed to detect cardiovascular disease in patients as early as possible. As there are now many therapies to prevent and treat this condition it is believed that detecting it early will help reduce the burden of the disease and permit more effective treatment. The two devices the investigators are testing are the ViScope developed by HD Medical and a device developed by CSIRO. Both of these devices are simple, non-invasive a...


The EASE Study - Human Factor and Usability Testing of a Binocular OCT System

Ophthalmology is among the most technology driven of all medical specialties, with advanced medical imaging devices - and specialised computer software - increasingly adopted for routine clinical use. While many such devices are capable of completing specific tasks, lack of "usability" prevents their widespread adoption (i.e., such devices are not easy to learn and remember, or are not efficient or subjectively pleasing to use). Moreover, devices that are difficult to use expos...

Comparison Study of Two Different Surgical Clips During Laparoscopic Urologic Surgery

Intracorporeal suturing and knot tying during robotic prostatectomy and laparoscopic and robotic renal surgery have historically been considered the most technically challenging and time consuming aspects of these procedures. With improved operative technique as well as the use of innovative surgical devices, vascular control during these surgeries is often less cumbersome as compared with traditional techniques. Current standard methods of hemostasis include the use of clips, ...

Medical Cannabis Registry and Pharmacology

The overall goals of this research is to describe the 1) natural history of current use and disposition of medical cannabis products including Cannabidiol (CBD) products, being administered to children as standard of care for the treatment of Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD), 2) understand the pharmacokinetic and pharmacodynamics of medical cannabis products and 3) provide educational feedback on what is learned to families and care providers to provide evidenced based dosing gui...

XIENCE V/PROMUS Everolimus-Eluting Stent System Post-marketing Surveillance Protocol for Japan

The objectives of this post-marketing surveillance, conducted in Japan, is to know the frequency, type and degree of device malfunction, to assure the safety of the medical device, and to collect information on evaluation of the efficacy and safety.

A Comparison of Accelerometers for Measuring Daily Activity in Sarcoid

This cross-over study of 12 patients with sarcoidosis will look at two different widely-used accelerometer devices. These devices are wrist worn and similar in size to a wrist-watch. They measure daily activity levels. The investigators hope to use one of these devices in the future within a randomised-controlled trial looking at using methylphenidate for the treatment of sarcoidosis-associated fatigue. In order to ensure that the investigators choose the ideal device the inves...

Optimizing Pacing Therapy by Using Multi-Programmable Pulse Generators for Cardiac Resynchronization Pacing (CRT-P)

The objective of this Post Market Clinical Follow-up (PMCF) is to collect data on the performance of the Ingenio 2 CRT-P devices and to document that device-related events, device malfunctions or device deficiencies (DDs) do not increase safety risks in Ingenio 2 CRT-P devices (CRT-Ps), both in general and specific to the new features and hardware of the devices.

PANORAMA 2 Observational Study

Understanding the clinical practice of treatment of cardiac rhythm disorders all over the world and understanding the clinical outcomes of the treatment with its cardiac rhythm products in real world patient population is essential for Medtronic to be able to effectively develop new products and adjust existing products. In addition Medtronic is committed to monitor the safety of its products throughout the entire life cycle to ensure maximum product reliability. The Pan...

Evaluation of the Signals Electrophysiological Measured by Intelligent Textiles

BioSerenity suggests developing innovative solutions, from intelligent clothes which can be used in a hospital environment or at home. These textiles allow, in particular, to measure the biophysiological signals while letting to the participant the freedom pursue its daily activities. BioSerenity has already developed two wearable wireless and portable medical devices: cardioskin with textile ECG electrods , and the Neuronaute with textile EEG, EMG electrods. The aim of...

Safety and Acceptability Study of PrePex Device When Removing the Foreskin Shortly After Placement of Device

To assess the safety and acceptability of the non-surgical PrePex device among healthy adult male participants scheduled for voluntary medical male circumcision when removing the foreskin shortly after device placement.

Nickel Allergy With Septal Closure Devices

This study is for patients who have been diagnosed with either a Patent Foramen Ovale [PFO] or an Atrial Septal Defect [ASD]. These are a type of hole located in the wall that separates the top two (2) chambers of the heart. You have been recommended to receive an atrial septal occluder device [a device specifically designed to close PFOs and ASDs] implanted in your heart to close this hole. Because these devices are made of materials that contain nickel, this trial is being...

Study Evaluating Inhaled AeroLEF Delivered in 4 Aerosol Delivery Devices in Healthy Volunteers

This was an open-label, two-phase, crossover, safety, pharmacokinetic (PK), and pharmacodynamic (PD) study in normal, healthy, non-smoking, fasting male and female subjects. The first phase (A. Device Qualification Phase) of the study compared three aerosol devices to a reference device to identify a nebulizer that produced a favourable, clinically relevant, PK and PD profile of AeroLEF. The PK and PD of the test and reference devices were compared to 200 mcg of intravenous fen...

Study of Nasal Insulin to Fight Forgetfulness - Device Comparison Study

The SNIFF Device Comparison study will compare the ability of two devices that deliver medications through the nose (Kurve ViaNase device and Impel Precision Olfactory Delivery (POD) device) to determine which device will deliver insulin to the brain most effectively. During this study the effects of insulin or placebo administered intra-nasally using the ViaNase or Impel devices on memory, blood and cerebral spinal fluid will be compared.

The Use of Airway Clearance Devices in ALS

The investigator is examining the use of one airway clearance medical device compared to the use of two airway clearance medical devices together in patients with amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS). More specifically, the investigator wants to know how effective the use of either a mechanical High Frequency Chest Compression (HFCC) device is on its own or the use of both a mechanical High Frequency Chest Compression (HFCC) device and Cough Assist together to maintain a healthy...

Post-placental Intrauterine Device Insertion During Cesarean Section

Effective, reversible postpartum contraception decreases the chance of rapid repeat pregnancy and poor perinatal outcome in a subsequent pregnancy especially in women delivered by cesarean section.The traditional 6-week postpartum visits not evidenced based and may not meet patient needs, particularly with respect to provision of contraception.Intrauterine device placement after delivery of the placenta is an appealing strategy for increasing access to postpartum Intrauterine d...

Iterative PICC Placement Versus Long Term Device (PAC) in Oncology

Peripherally Inserted Central Catheter (PICC) and port-a-cath (PAC) are the most commonly medical devices used for the administration of chemotherapy. Placement of these devices via central venous access is sometimes responsible for complications. The incidence of these complications is correlated with the device holding time. A strategy of iterative PICC placement could significantly reduce these complications.

VEGA Prospective Kiel

Voluntary Post-Marketing Clinical Follow-up (PMCF) as part of the post marketing surveillance plan for the product under investigation. For this PMCF only CE-marked medical devices have been used and will be used within their intended purpose and no additional invasive or other stressful examinations have been or are to be carried out (acc. to MPG §23b).

Arterial Closure Device Comparison Trial II – ACDC Trial II

PCI (coronary angioplasty) is a procedure performed through a catheter to open up blockages in the coronary arteries using balloons and stents for the treatment of angina or myocardial infarction. The balloon catheters and stents are moved to the coronary arteries through a “sheath” (a small tube used for placing of balloon and stent catheters in the body) placed in a major artery passing through the groin. After the PCI procedure and the removal of sheath, an “arterial c...

Impact on Postoperative Pain of Three Single-use Adult Supraglottic Airway Devices in Short General Anesthetic Under Controlled Ventilation

The investigators hypothesize that incidence of pharyngolaryngeal postoperative pain caused by the I-gel and LMA-Suprême devices will be ≤ 5%

ULCERS - Electrical Stimulation in Diabetic Foot Ulceration

The investigators hypothesise that use of a medical device, that increases blood flow to the foot, will speed up ulcer healing in symptomatic diabetes

Study of Exposure to Chemicals in Consumer Products

Background: - In a lifetime, a person may encounter tens of thousands of chemicals used as ingredients in the products they buy. It s not easy to measure them because the companies that sell the products don t have to tell the exact chemical ingredients. Researchers want to compare how existing methods (e.g., surveys and models) measure exposure to chemicals in personal care and household products. Objective: - To test and improve the ways that studies gather...

Evaluation of Device Equivalence

Patients with chronic wounds will be imaged using 3 imaging devices. Two types of images will be acquired with each device, as standard photograph (ST-image) and a fluorescence image (FL-image). The images captured with the 3 imaging devices will be compared off-line by 5 interpreters to assess for any differences in the images that would alter a clinical decision.

Comparison of Three Lancing Devices Regarding Capillary Blood Volume and Lancing Pain Intensity.

A randomized single-blind study with the use of three lancing devices equipped with personal lancets. Every device will be studied for three lancet sizes: 28G, 30G, and 33G with the minimum and maximum puncture depth setting.


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