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01:28 EST 17th November 2018 | BioPortfolio

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Interpretation of Health News Items Reporting Results of Randomized Controlled Trials With or Without Spin by English-speaking Patients

The main objective of this study is to compare the interpretation of health news items reporting results of randomized controlled trials (RCTs) with or without spin (i.e., distortion of research results). The news items which reported those studies evaluating the treatment effect, having highest number of spin in the headline and text and received high online public attention will be selected. Spin will be deleted and will rewrite the news items without spin. This sample of new...


Interpretation of Health News Items Reporting Results of Randomized Controlled Trials With or Without Spin by French-speaking Patients

The main objective of this study is to compare the interpretation of health news items reporting results of randomized controlled trials (RCTs) with or without spin (i.e., distortion of research results). The news items which reported those studies evaluating the treatment effect, having highest number of spin in the headline and text and received high online public attention will be selected. Spin will be deleted and will rewrite the news items without spin. This sample of new...

Interpretation of Health News Items Reporting Results of Randomized Controlled Trials With or Without Spin by French-speaking Population

The main objective of this study is to compare the interpretation of health news items reporting results of randomized controlled trials (RCTs) with or without spin (i.e., distortion of research results). The news items which reported those studies evaluating the treatment effect, having highest number of spin in the headline and text and received high online public attention will be selected. Spin will be deleted and will rewrite the news items without spin. This sample of new...


Interpretation of Health News Items Reporting Results of Randomized Controlled Trials With or Without Spin by English-speaking Population

The main objective of this study is to compare the interpretation of health news items reporting results of randomized controlled trials (RCTs) with or without spin (i.e., distortion of research results). The news items which reported those studies evaluating the treatment effect, having highest number of spin in the headline and text and received high online public attention will be selected. Spin will be deleted and will rewrite the news items without spin. This sample of new...

The Role of NEWS on Intensive Care Discharges

This study aims to determine the ability of the NEWS at tertiary intensive care unit discharges to predict the development of clinical deterioration.

Evaluation Study of Web-based Resource for Youth

This study will evaluate DigiKnowIt News, a web-based resource to educate youth about pediatric clinical research. Youth will be randomly assigned to one of three groups (1. Intervention Version A; 2) Intervention Version B; 3) Wait-list control).

NEWS and Rapid Lactate Testing for Early Identification of High Risk Patients in the Emergency Department

To validate the NEWS and rapid lactate testing for early identification of high risk [triage Category 3 (urgent)] patients in the Emergency Department. To compare qSOFA and SIRS criteria in patients in the Emergency Department.

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Identification of the Sick Patient in the ED

This non-interventional study will test scoring systems used to identify high risk patients when they are triaged upon presentation in the Emergency Department (ED) in a single hospital in the Northwest of England between May and July 2017.E The study will involve collecting data only from a cohort of 500 consecutive patients who arrive at the ED. Patients who have a traumatic, purely obstetric or purely psychiatric condition will be excluded. Patients will be triaged as is ro...

DIAGNOSis of Infection in Emergency Department

Septic pathology is an extremely frequent reason for consultation in our emergency services, with an annual incidence of severe forms between 50 to 95 cases per 100,000 inhabitants and a constant increase estimated at 9% per year. Diagnosing these patients early and precisely is a major challenge for the clinician, as this diagnosis will lead to more or less aggressive medical management. The criteria of S.I.R.S, used to define and to sort patients in sepsis according to the o...

Low-dose Chemotherapy Combine With Tyrosine Kinase Inhibitor to Treat ph+ Acute Lymphoblastic Leukemia Patients

The aim of our study is to improve the major molecular remission(MMR) rate and reduce the cost to treat ph(+) Acute Lymphoblastic Leukemia (ALL) by adjusting chemotherapy regimens and the dosage of Tyrosine Kinase Inhibitor (TKI). lower the classification of chemotherapy drugs, lower the side effect brought by which this would be a grateful news for the patients once this regimens gain a successful result, which is also the final aim of our efforts.

PALLIATIVE CARE UNIT TRANSFER ANNOUNCEMENTS

The course of care of a patient with a cancer whose evolution is pejorative, is marked by difficult announcements, called "bad news". In the palliative phase, prognostic announcements are at the forefront. Of these, the announcement of a transfer to the Palliative Care Unit has not been the subject of any specific studies to the best of our knowledge. It therefore seemed interesting to us to explore the stakes of this particular announcement, a source of upheaval for the doctor...

Health Status of the Patients Followed for a Disease of Cushing in the Region Large-West of 1990 to 2015

Cushing's disease is a rare disease that can reduce patients' expectations or quality of life, and for which predictive factors for cardiovascular mortality and recurrence are not well defined. The primary objective is to determine the rates of remission and recurrence of patients with Cushing's disease diagnosed between 1990 and 2015 in the French region of the West (Angers, Brest, Nantes, Rennes, Poitiers , Tours) focusing on remission particularly at two periods : tha...

CHroniSense National Early Warning Score Study

ChroniSense Medical Ltd. is developing a wearable medical multi-parametric monitoring system, Polso™. Polso™ provides a number of the parameters employed in various Early Warning Scores (EWS), such as the National Early Warning Score (NEWS), utilised widely in UK hospitals. The EWS is a physiological track and trigger system that is generated from multi- parameter or aggregate of vital signs measurements for early recognition of clinical deterioration in acutely admitted p...

Project Amaze - Social Media Alcohol Intervention

Social media provides frequent interaction with online social networks, increasing exposure to peer influences, which could affect alcohol use in negative or positive ways. The proposed study will recruit adolescents and emerging adults using social media ads, and conduct online screening, enrolling 850 risky drinkers in a randomized controlled trial comparing three conditions: 8-week Social Media Intervention + Incentives, 8-week Social Media Intervention Only, and an e-news a...

Input of a Multidisciplinary Device to Accompany the Announce of Diagnosis for Young Children With Serious Constitutional Hemorrhagic Disease and Their Families

Severe forms of hemophilia and other constitutional bleeding disorders represent a group of rare diseases. In last decades, news therapies have dramatically increased life expectancy and joint's protection. The investigators propose to set up a single-centre, descriptive, transversal pilot study, designed for the inclusion of around thirty children from 2 to 10 years, with haemophilia or allied hereditary bleeding disorders (HBD), who were referred to the Hemophilia Treatment ...

Comparison of Haemodynamic Effects During Orotracheal Intubation, by Direct or Indirect Laryngoscopy With Airtraq

News techniques of intubation by indirect laryngoscopy have arrived in operating rooms but they are still too restricted to situations (difficult intubation criteria ..). It wanted to focus on indirect laryngoscopy by Airtraq. This technique allows better exposure during intubation while limiting mouth opening and cervical hyper extension, but also dental trauma and lip wounds. It also reduces the duration of laryngoscopy and therefore at the same time the apnea time. After a r...

Long-term Blood Pressure Outcome After Unilateral Adrenalectomy for Primary Hyperaldosteronism

To evaluate long-term results of adrenalectomy for primary aldosteronism (PA) and to identify prognostic factors associated. Exhaustive retrospective review of all consecutive patients undergoing adrenalectomy for PA between 2002 and 2013 in our department. All patients underwent preoperative: clinical evaluation (age, sex, height, weight, systolic and diastolic BP under treatment, identification of anti-hypertension treatment), biological evaluation (potassium, renin, a...

Outcomes of Percutaneous Revascularization for Management of Surgically Ineligible Patients With Multivessel or Left Main Coronary Artery Disease: A Prospective Registry

The OPTIMUM registry is a minimal risk observational study that uses a prospective cohort design to follow patients who have multivessel or left main coronary artery disease ("surgical anatomy" according to ACC/AHA Appropriateness Criteria for PCI12) and are deemed ineligible for coronary artery bypass surgery. It is anticipated that 20 sites will be selected to participate in the registry from a national network of leading centers across the United States with recognized exper...

Proficiency-Based Progression Training for Clinical Communication

Importance: Clinical communication is an important source of medical error and preventable adverse events. Objective: To determine the effectiveness of an online learning programme for ISBAR (Identify, Situation, Background, Assessment, Recommendation) communication in the deteriorating patient. Setting: The study will be conducted in University College Cork, Ireland. Participants: Third year undergraduate nursing and fifth year medical students, who are scheduled to ...

E-learning Proficiency Based Progression Training Programme for Clinical Communication on ISBAR Performance (eISBAR)

Objective: To determine the effectiveness of proficiency based inter-professional communication training in an online environment on medical student's use of the ISBAR (Identify, Situation, Background, Assessment, Recommendation) communication escalation protocol in the deteriorating patient Setting: The study will be conducted in University College Cork, Ireland. Participants: Fifth year medical students, who are scheduled to undertake ISBAR training as part of the ...

Trimethoprim-Sulfamethoxazole Versus Ciprofloxacin in Acute Exacerbation of Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease (COPD) Requiring Mechanical Ventilation

Antibiotic therapy has been shown to be beneficial in patients with severe acute exacerbation of chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD). Although recent guidelines support the use of new antibiotics there is no evidence that newer antibiotics are any better than older agents. The choice of antibiotic to be used in this situation is challenging to the clinician who must choose between traditional antibiotics (cyclins, aminopénicillins, cotrimoxazole...) and new antimicrob...

Optimizing Medication Therapy for Patients Recently Discharged From Hospital

Patients who are discharged from hospital can be overwhelmed when they suddenly have to manage new conditions or medications. These changes can be particularly difficult for people on many medications or with multiple health conditions. There is a real risk that this will lead to emergency room visits, hospital readmission, and even death. In addition to endangering patients, these adverse events are very costly to the healthcare system. The good news is that these events can b...

Public Health Messages to Address Vaccine Hesitancy

Views on vaccines range from those who are strongly supportive to those who are stridently opposed and will not budge from identity-based core beliefs about vaccines. In between these poles are numerous others who can delay, be reluctant (but still accept), or refuse/accept some vaccines for their children but not others. It is for these vaccine-hesitant parents that constitute the 'middle ground' of this spectrum where the most immediate and productive gains can be made toward...

Treatment of Chronic Active Antibody Mediated Rejection After Kidney Transplantation by Double-Filtration PlasmaPheresis or Plasma Exchange

In France around 90,000 cases of end-stage chronic kidney disease patients treated either by dialysis (60%) or renal transplantation (just over 40%). In terms of patient survival and quality of life and also economic reasons, the goal in France is to increase renal transplantation instead of patients on dialysis. After renal transplant, two main causes of the graft loss after the first years are death of patient with functioning graft, and chronic AntiBody Mediated Rejection ...

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Activating Cancer Communities Through an Exercise Strategy for Survivors

Cancer continues to have the dubious honor of being the leading cause of premature mortality in Canada. The good news is, advances in early detection and cancer treatments are extending the lives of those diagnosed with the disease. However, as more people are living longer, the impact of the therapies used to treat the disease are becoming increasingly apparent. Ranging from the physiological to psychological, cancer survivors are often confronted with substantial, disabling, ...


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