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Randomized, Standard-Controlled, Study to Evaluate the Ohana In-Vitro Fertilization (IVF) Sperm Preparation Kit

Multi-centered, randomized controlled study, evaluating the safety and efficacy of the Ohana IVF Sperm Preparation Kit vs. a standard IVF sperm preparation kit.


Automated Sperm Sample Preparation Protocol

This clinical trial would be directed at determining the effectiveness of an innovative sperm sample preparation protocol for intrauterine insemination (IUI). The goal of the protocol would be to enable clinics not performing IUI to be able to perform IUI without requiring specialized training in sperm sample preparation.

Optimal Bowel Preparation Regimen in Patients With Colorectal Surgery

The study compares the efficacy of bowel cleansing between the standard preparation (2 L polyethylene glycol electrolyte solution, 2 L PEG-ELS), low-volume preparation (10 mg bisacodyl plus 2 L PEG-ELS) and high-volume preparation (4 L PEG-ELS) in patients with previous colorectal resection.


Intracytoplasmic Sperm Injection Preparation in Infertile Women

Infertility is a common gynecological problem is women

Menevit Study: Menevit Anti-Oxidant Therapy for the Treatment of Male Infertility

Oxidative stress related damage to sperm is believed to be a major cause of male infertility. The object of the Menevit study is to investigate the role of a novel anti-oxidant preparation (Menevit) on sperm function, embryo quality and pregnancy rates in an in vitro fertilization (IVF) setting.

Magnetic Nanoparticle Sperm Separation for Teratozoospermia Male and Women Older Than 35 Years

Women over 35 years old are likely to suffer from impaired oocyte repair capacity. Teratozoospermia is a condition reflects morphological affection of sperm. These spermatozoa would add an extra burden on the oocyte after ICSI. Whether selecting mature sperm by magnetic nanoparticle protocol would provide a more competent sperm to a likely affected oocyte would improve ICSI outcomes is the question of this research.

Individualized Bowel Preparation for Colonoscopy

A randomized control trial comparing a standard bowel preparation for colonoscopy with an individualized bowel preparation strategy based on patient characteristics

The Impact of Additional Oral Preparation on the Quality of Bowel Preparation for Colonoscopy

Although adequate bowel preparation is essential for successful colonoscopy, the 23% of patients had shown inadequate bowel preparation. Inadequate bowel preparation may results in incomplete examination, increased patient's discomfort, decreased polyp detection rates, ultimately leading to repeated colonoscopies. One prior study showed that patients reporting their last rectal effluents as brown color or solid stool had a 54% chance of having fair or poor preparation. Thus, re...

The Effects of An Addition of Water Enema to PEG for Colon Preparation

The purpose of this study is to compare the preparation quality by using Ottawa Bowel Preparation Scale between the standard PEG preparation and the addition of water enema in participants scheduled for CRC screening

Improvement of Colonoscopy Preparation by Using a SPA

This study evaluates the impact of a SPA on Quality of bowel preparation for colonoscopy. Half of the patients receive regular paper based information on colonoscopy preparation (control), while the other half will use an additional SPA for colonoscopy preparation (coloprAPP).

Pre-procedure Modle Predicts Bowel Preparation Quality Prior Colonoscopy

Bowel preparation is closely llined to the quality of colonoscopy, inadequate bowel preparation (IBP) could lead to higher miss rate of adenomas, patients' discomfort and higher health expense. For the patients with possible IBP before the examination, it may be better to cancel the colonoscopy and repeat bowel preparation through modified or enhanced strategies. Thus, it is important to set up a model to predict the quality of bowel preparation individually.

Personalized Colonoscopy Preparation for Patients With Risk Factors for Inadequate Preparation: A Randomized Control Trial

Adequate bowel preparation is one of the most important quality measures in colonoscopy. Previous studies identified several factors associated with inadequate bowel preparation (IBP). No study has attempted to assign a different regimen to patients based on the presence of risk factors for inadequate bowel preparation. The aim of our study is to check if a personalized bowel preparation regimen based on risk factors for IBP, will lead to an overall improvement in bowel prepar...

A Randomized Controlled Trial of Tailored Bowel Preparation Based on A Predictive Model

We aim to develop a predictive model to distinguish patients at risk for inadequate bowel preparation, and to compare adequate bowel preparation rate, adenoma detection rate and adverse events between tailored bowel preparation group and routine bowel preparation group.

Comparison of Prepopik vs Golytely Bowel Preparation

This is a prospective randomized study which will be done at main campus Cleveland Clinic. We will be comparing the colon cleansing by the Boston Bowel Preparation Scale in subjects undergoing colonoscopy as an inpatient at our hospital. They will be randomized to the the standard of care (4 Liter polyethylene glycol based preparation) or a low volume bowel preparation (sodium picosulfate, magnesium oxide and anhydrous citric acid (P/MC)). Both agents will either be administere...

The Use of a Novel Smart Phone Application and the Quality of Bowel Preparation for Colonoscopy, a Randomized Controlled Trial

This is a randomized controlled trial designed to assess the efficacy of a novel smartphone application as an automated reminder tool in improving the quality of bowel preparation for patients undergoing outpatient colonoscopies. We will be comparing the smartphone application to traditional instructions for bowel preparation. The quality of bowel preparation will be assessed using the Ottawa and Aronchick bowel preparation scales.

Bowel Preparation for Repeat Colonoscopy After Preparation Failure (RepeatPrep Study)

This trial will evaluate the efficacy in colon cleansing of a nurse-led educational telephone intervention 24-48 hours before a colonoscopy, in selected participants with a previous inadequate bowel preparation.

Improving Bowel Preparation With an Educational Video

The investigators goal is to improve bowel preparations with an educational video on the Center for Digestive Disorders (CDD) website that explains the steps required for bowel preparation for those patients undergoing screening colonoscopies. The video will focus on explaining the purpose of a screening colonoscopy, the rationale for bowel preparation, the pre-colonoscopy diet, and the instructions for completing the laxative. In a randomized fashion, patients in the control g...

A Pilot Evaluation of an Experimental BLI4600 Formulation for Bowel Preparation in Adult Patients Undergoing Colonoscopy

To evaluate the safety, tolerance and efficacy of BLI4600 in multiple dosing regimens as a bowel preparation prior to colonoscopy in adult patients.

a Low-residue Diet for Bowel Preparation

Previous researches demonstrated that a prepackaged low-residue diet (LRD) could achieve better bowel preparation quality compared with a self-prepared LRD. However, up to now, there has been no widely acceptable standard of LRD for bowel preparation. Moreover, these prepackaged LRD adopted in previous studies mainly consisted of traditional foods without further processing. Recently, a prepackaged LRD for Special Medical Purpose was specifically designed for bowel preparation....

INSEMINATED VOLUME 0.2 ML VS. 0.5 ML IN DONOR INTRAUTERINE INSEMINATION (dIUI) CYCLES: A PROSPECTIVE RANDOMIZED CONTROLLED TRIAL

To prospectively determine the most appropriate inseminated volume in donor IUI cycles. It is hypothesized that if the procedure is performed with 0.5 mL instead of 0.2, higher clinical pregnancy rates will be achieved by promoting higher sperm densities in the fallopian tubes at the time of ovulation by decreasing the amount of sperm cells lost during preparation and handling.

Vitamin E and Male Infertility

The goal of this study is to determine whether there is a correlation between the levels of Vitamin E in sperm and sperm DNA fragmentation. Previous research has shown that damage to the DNA in sperm may cause infertility or increase the chances of miscarriage, if the damage is extensive (eg. present in the overwhelming majority of sperm). Some studies suggest that DNA damage can be caused by oxidative stress. Antioxidants, such as Vitamin E, which are present in some foods, c...

Bowel Preparation Impact on the Intestinal Microbiome: Oral Preparation vs Enema

Mechanical bowel preparation for left-sided colorectal surgery remains standard in most cases. However, there are some discrepancies on how to prepare the bowl, while rectal enema and oral agents are both available methods. The knowledge of intestinal microbiome role on surgical outcomes is increasing, since few recent reports linked microbiome composition to postoperative complications, such as anastomotic insufficiency. Although, it is not clear how the bowel preparation aff...

Morning-Only 4 L PEG vs Split Dose Prep for Afternoon Colonoscopies, Endoscopist-Blinded Prospective Study

Comparison of quality of preparation of colonoscopy in patients taking same day 4L preparation vs. 4 L split dose preparation in patients scheduled for an afternoon colonoscopy procedure.

Comparison of Two Types of Bowel Preparation for Inpatient Colonoscopy

Bowel preparation is a crucial step prior to colonoscopy to help with the optimal assessment of the colonic mucosa. Inadequate bowel preparation increases the length of the procedure, and is associated with decreased lesional detection rates. The ideal bowel preparation formulation should be able to completely clean the bowel, without leaving solid or liquid residues, and without modifying the mucosal appearance. Bowel preparation may be administered in hospitalised patients o...

Evaluation of Information on Bowel Preparation for Morning Colonoscopy

Background: In randomized controlled trials, split-dose bowel preparation for colonoscopy has been shown to provide better bowel cleansing than day before bowel preparation. However, people who volunteer to be in clinical trials may be more adherent to a challenging bowel preparation regimen than people in the general community undergoing colonoscopy. This may be especially true for colonoscopies scheduled for the morning, when the later dose of the split-dose bowel preparation...


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