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Operating Check List During Consultation for Dental Implant

Various studies showed how extent elements not directly linked to the state of the patient were involved in the failures in particular in surgery. That's why it's common to use check list system to avoid human mistakes or any other situation which could impact on the surgery. Here the study 's aim is to assess a tool set up by the Foundation for Oral Rehabilitation ; it's a check list which cover all the treatment phases concerning dental implant surgery.

Olive Oil v Prostate Cancer Foundation Diet for Treatment of Prostate Cancer

This study compared a plant-based, olive oil diet to the diet recommended by the Prostate Cancer Foundation for weight loss and improvement in some laboratory biomarkers.

Predictors of Postoperative Pain

This is a retrospective chart review using TriHealth Electronic Privacy Identification Center (EPIC) and previously developed databases for TriHealth Institutional Review Board (IRB) approved research studies within the Division of Urogynecology and Reconstructive Pelvic Surgery to determine the predictors of postoperative pain specific to the urogynecologic patient population.

Comparing Different Methods of Patient Education on Preeclampsia

Preeclampsia is a life-threatening condition unique to pregnancy which occurs in 5-8% of all pregnancies. It contributes to a large proportion of maternal mortality worldwide and these deaths largely result from delayed diagnosis (1-2). A number of studies have shown that patient knowledge about preeclampsia is poor and that patient education can improve patient awareness (1, 3, 5-6). We would like to find out what type of patient education is most effective. We propose a thre...

Alpha-1 Foundation Research Registry

The Alpha-1 Foundation Research Registry is a confidential database made up of individuals diagnosed with severe alpha-1 antitrypsin deficiency (Alpha-1) or the carrier state.

Navigating the Challenges of Chronic Kidney Disease

The study's purpose is to address the challenges of providing stage-appropriate chronic kidney disease (CKD) education and care by developing innovative programs using a CKD Patient Navigator system and an EHR (electronic health record)-based enhanced electronic communication system specific for a CKD patient and her/his physicians/caregivers. The investigators plan a randomized controlled trial of these innovations to examine the utility and effectiveness of these special inte...

Evaluation of Fluorescein Use During Cystoscopy

This study is a prospective randomized controlled study. Female patients over 18 years of age, who present for treatment of pelvic organ prolapse and/or stress urinary incontinence at the Pelvic Floor Center at the Johns Hopkins Bayview Medical Center, and who consent to undergo a urogynecologic surgical procedure, will be considered for inclusion in the study. Their histories will be reviewed by their attending surgeon and if they meet inclusion and exclusion criteria, they wi...

Validation of a Computerized Triage Algorithm for Ophthalmic Emergencies

The investigators conceived a computerized interactive tool for Emergency Triage, based on a patient's symptoms, medical history and background. Using this tool, the patient (alone or helped by a nurse / supporting person) presenting to an ophthalmologic ER, should be able to detect and prioritize his most urgent symptoms (A,B), in opposition to less urgent (C) or non urgent symptoms (D). To test the validity of this tool, each patient presenting at the Rothschild Foundation ER...

XIRB: UNC - ATN 159: ePrEP

The premise for the study is that a tailored approach for rural YMSM (young men who have sex with men), addressing known barriers of transportation, access to providers, and privacy, is most likely to yield high levels of PrEP (Pre-exposure Prophylaxis) initiation and persistence in care.

Medical Decisions in the Hospital Setting- M-Safety

This project will introduce and evaluate an intervention designed to improve diagnostic decision making. The intervention will attempt to increase clinician mindfulness and reduce environmental distractions to promote focused thinking. A meta-cognitive intervention using a structured checklist will be evaluated to identify improvement in diagnostic and therapeutic decision-making and examine the role of mindfulness and architectural design in enhancing patient safety.

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Apical Support During Hysterectomy for Pelvic Organ Prolapse

This is a retrospective chart review using TriHealth Electronic Privacy Identification Center (EPIC) to determine whether gynecologic surgeons at a large community hospital are already meeting the recently recommended best practice of supporting the vaginal apex.

Short- and Long-Term Effects of Antibiotics on Childhood Growth

The objectives of the proposed study are to assess the effects of different types, timing, and amount of antibiotic use in the first two years of life with (Specific Aim 1) body mass index (BMI) and obesity at ages 5 and 10 years and (Specific Aim 2) growth trajectories to age 5 years. In Specific Aim 3, the investigators will address how big the effects of antibiotics on obesity are within subgroups of the population, such as different racial/ethnic groups and whether the chil...

Assessment of Bone Density and Bone Turnover Markers in Patients With Down Syndrome and Comparison to the Ts65Dn Model

This study may provide information that may serve as the foundation for a larger research study to address issues regarding the causes, diagnosis, and treatment of osteoporosis in the Down syndrome patient population.

Registry to Monitor the Susceptibility to Aztreonam of Pseudomonas Aeruginosa Isolates From Cystic Fibrosis Patients

This is a prospective, longitudinal, 5-year study that will enroll participants from the existing Cystic Fibrosis Foundation (CFF) patient registry. Each enrolled participant will provide samples for microbiological evaluation, obtained upon enrollment and then once per year thereafter for 5 years.

Improving Anticoagulant Therapy Through Warfarin Metabolite Profiling

Clinically relevant biomarkers for warfarin identified in this study will provide crucial leads for subsequent studies to assess their predictive value during anticoagulant therapy. This knowledge will aid stratifying risk among patients to improve therapeutic outcomes and decrease adverse drug events and associated health care costs. Collectively, these efforts will provide a critical foundation for future research using a metabolite biomarker strategy in a clinical setting to...

Cranberry Effect on Urinary Tract Infections

This is a retrospective chart review using Electronic Privacy Identification Center (EPIC) database to determine if the addition of cranberry juice capsules to our discharge medication regimen for patients discharged home with an indwelling urinary catheter following pelvic floor gynecology surgery reduced the incidence of UTI.

Travelling for Rights

This will be a retrospective cohort study comparing women obtaining an abortion in New Mexico and living in Texas and women obtaining an abortion in New Mexico and living in New Mexico .

Patient Centered Results for Uterine Fibroids

The overall goal of this project is to better enable patients with uterine fibroids (UF) to make informed decisions about treatment options by leveraging the highest possible evidence of healthcare quality. The foundation of this project will be a multi-site, prospective registry of a diverse group of women who have undergone either medical or surgical treatment for UF. Specifically, the investigators are interested in: comparing management options for symptom relief; c...

Right to Health and Freedom From Violence

Bangladesh has the earliest patterns of marriage in the current developing world, high adolescent fertility and high rates of spousal violence against women and girls. Women and girls are often denied the right to choice or consent with respect to marriage, sex, contraceptive use and childbearing. However, the denial of these rights and its consequences, have not been adequately recognized and addressed in the context of the existing discourse or interventions in Bangladesh on ...

Use of Implanted Microstimulators for Decreasing Spasticity and Improving Motion Following Spinal Cord Injury

The primary aims of this study are to determine the safety of the RFM System (Alfred Mann Foundation, Santa Clarita, CA) in a patient with incomplete SCI and the effect of the RFM system on lower limb strength and spasticity. The secondary aim is to analyze any improvement in the participant's mobility.

Perioperative Morbidity in Elective Surgery Based on the Time of the Year

This is a retrospective cohort study using Electronic Privacy Identification Center (EPIC) database to evaluate if there are any differences in perioperative morbidity for elective surgery based on the time of the year surgery is performed.

The Personalized Parkinson Project (PPP)

Background Our understanding of PD has stagnated, partly due to the limited patient diversity and brief followup captured in most study cohorts. Additionally, potentially valuable biomarkers derived from different types of measurements are rarely analyzed in an integrated fashion. Objective This study aims to create a longitudinal dataset of clinical, molecular, imaging, and continuous wearable sensor-based data from a representative Parkinson's disease (PD) cohort. Data...

Improving the Quality of Private Sector Health Care in West Bengal

The rural healthcare market in much of the developing world is composed largely of informal private providers. These private providers often have little to no certifiable medical training. Recent studies in India using medical vignettes (or hypothetical medical situations) to measure clinical competence and direct observations of doctor-patient interactions to measure clinical practice highlight the poor quality of care that most patients receive—a problem that is clearly rel...

Early Diagnosis and Early Treatment of Alzheimer's Disease Based on Senile Plaque Imaging

The purpose of this study is based on the Flutemetamol-PET senile plaque imaging to investigate the peripheral blood biochemical and brain MRI imaging biomarkers and to research completely independent intellectual property rights neuropsychological test tool for the MCI due to AD. At the same time, the investigators will study the efficacy and safety of early treatment of MCI due to AD by Huperzine A in 52 weeks.

Swedish Age Assessment Study

It is important that asylum seekers should have as accurate age assessment as possible and that children's fundamental rights are met by choosing methods based on best available knowledge. The aim is to provide, on the basis of best available knowledge, suggestions for methods of medical age assessment of whether a person is over or under 18 years of age. The primary issue is to investigate whether five selected growth zones in knee joint, ankle and wrist individually or in co...

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