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Efficacy of Cognitive and Physical Trainings in Pediatric Cancer Survivors

Cancer survival comes at a price: pediatric cancer survivors have a high risk for a wide range of cognitive difficulties, particularly survivors of cancer involving the central nervous system (CNS, e.g., brain tumors [BT]) are prone to neurocognitive impairments in areas such as executive functions, working memory, attention, memory, visuospatial and motor skills, processing speed as well as language. The aim of this interdisciplinary longitudinal study is to extend empirical k...

Palliative Care and Symptom Management for the Pediatric Oncology Patient

The goal of this study is to learn about the communication, decision-making, symptom management, emotional adjustment, and spiritual needs of parents and pediatric patients treated at the Children's Cancer Hospital at M. D. Anderson. Primary Objectives: 1. Determine the palliative care service needs of pediatric cancer patients and their parents, including communication, decision-making, symptom management, emotional and spiritual support when receiving trea...

Survivor Health and Resilience Education

An intervention to assist pediatric cancer survivors to behaviorally manage late effects.

Registry for Analysis of Quality of Life, Normal Organ Toxicity and Survival of Pediatric Patients Treated With Proton Therapy

The study aim of this study is to evaluate the effect of proton therapy on quality of life and long-term normal tissue toxicities of the pediatric cancer patients. Based on these results, the predictive model of long-term normal tissue toxicities, survival, and quality of life could be recognized. Risk-adapted treatment strategy based on the predictive model in pediatric cancer patients could be established.

Pediatric Sleep Questionnaire: Normalization and Validation Study

The information gathered from normal pediatric patients seen at the Pediatric Neurology Clinic in the DCAM and LaRabida Children's Hospital will be used to standardize and validate the information gathered from pediatric patients with sleep disorders. This will serve as the information source for a pediatric sleep database.

Shanghai Pediatric Cataract Study

The purpose of this study is to evaluate the long-term visual outcome of the cataract surgery using a large-scale and comprehensive database of pediatric cataract patients, including congenital and traumatic cataract. We will further investigate into the various genetic and environmental factors that may contribute to the pathogenesis of pediatric cataract.

Malignant Pediatric Pelvic Tumors: A Retrospective Study

The aim of the study is to retrospectively review data about malignancies that arise primarily in the pelvis and/or in the pelvic organs, in pediatric cancer patients & categorize the spectrum of these malignancies according to experience at South Egypt Cancer Institute which is the largest referral site in Upper Egypt.

SurvivorLink Scalability

Previous research suggests that children and adolescents with cancer are at heightened risk of late effects that can occur months or years after cancer treatment, yet little is known about programs that increase their return for follow-up cancer care and late effects surveillance. This study will evaluate the impact of an electronic personal health record and education system, SurvivorLink, for pediatric cancer survivors and their caregivers. The researchers will develop a stan...

EXCOR Pediatric Ventricular Assist Device (VAD)

The purpose of the study is to determine whether use of the Berlin Heart EXCOR Pediatric VAD for bridge-to-transplant is associated with a reasonable assurance of safety and probable benefit such that the EXCOR Pediatric merits approval by the Food and Drug Administration under a Humanitarian Device Exception (HDE).

Registry to Monitor Berlin Heart EXCOR® Pediatric VAD as a Bridge to Cardiac Transplantation.

The purpose of this post market surveillance is to continue monitoring the safety and effectiveness of the Berlin Heart EXCOR® Pediatric. This surveillance includes an "all-comers" prospective cohort of pediatric (

Surveillance for Nosocomial Infections in Pediatric Cancer Patients

The Oncoped 2006 study implements a multicenter prospective surveillance module for nosocomial infections in pediatric cancer patients.

Effects of Resistance and Endurance Training in Pediatric Cancer Patients During Intensive Treatment Phase

The purpose of this study is to determine whether combined endurance and resistance training can improve muscle strength in children and adolescents with cancer during the intensive treatment phase.

Cotinine Feedback as an Intervention to Change Parental/Caregiver Smoking Behavior Around Children With Cancer

RATIONALE: Providing parent/caregivers of children with cancer with education and evidence of secondhand smoke exposure can protect the child from future exposure to tobacco smoke. PURPOSE: This randomized study will compare education only to education plus cotinine feedback in decreasing secondhand smoke exposure in pediatric patients with cancer that reside with a household smoker.

A Long-term Study of TAK-536 in Pediatric Patients 6 to Less Than 16 Years With Hypertension

The purpose of this study is to evaluate the safety of administration of TAK-536 in pediatric patients aged 6 to less than 16 years with hypertension.

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Pediatric Open-Label Extension Study

The purpose of this study is to evaluate the long-term safety and efficacy of etanercept in pediatric subjects with moderate to severe psoriasis.

Thrombophilic Risk Factors in Pediatric Patients Diagnosed at the Ha'Emek Medical Center

The study will assess the clinical and laboratory data of about 100 pediatric patients diagnosed and treated at the Pediatric Hematology Unit during the years 1980 until 2007 because of thrombotic events. The results, the treatment given, and the outcome of the patients will be summarized.

Evaluating Different Pediatric Emergency Rulers in a Manikin Study - How Fast and Correct Are They

Comparison of three different pediatric emergency rulers for length-based body weight estimation in pediatric emergencies. Primary outcome is the time needed to identify four defined parameters from the pediatric emergency rulers during a low-fidelity pediatric emergency scenario (cardiac arrest). Secondary outcome is the correctness of the identified parameters and the percentage deviation from the correct value.

Clinical and Basic Study for Pediatric Liver Transplantation

Background: In mainland China, the development of pediatric liver transplantation (LT) has lagged behind that of adult LT during the past two decades, but it has been progressing immensely in recent years. Renji hospital(shanghai) is currently the largest pediatric transplant center in mainland China. Aim and method: This study is performed for establishment of key techniques for pediatric LT in mainland China, including the indications and timing for pediatric LT, the criteri...

Effectiveness of Onabotulinumtoxin A (Botox) in Pediatric Patients Experiencing Migraines: A Study in the Pediatric Pain Population

The purpose of the research is to examine the outcomes of pediatric patients receiving Botulinum toxin type A (Botox ®) for the treatment of migraine. There is limited literature on the effectiveness of Botox ® in the treatment of chronic neurological pain in pediatric patients, specifically in the treatment of migraines.

Combined Modality Therapy in Hepatoblastoma: South Egypt Cancer Institute Experience

The aim of this study is to retrospectively investigate the effect of combined modality treatment of pediatric hepatoblastoma and the factors affecting the prognosis in accordance with the experience at the pediatric oncology department at South Egypt Cancer Institute.

Thromboelastometry as a Predictor of Thrombotic Complications During Pediatric Recipient Liver Transplantation

The study aims to correlate the perioperative results of a device called thromboelastogram, which is used to detect coagulation abnormalities, with thrombotic complications during pediatric recipient liver transplantation.

School Reintegration Outcomes in Pediatric Cancer Patients

Primary Objectives: 1. To examine illness-related factors (i.e., severity of illness, quality of life rating) as predictors or correlates of child adjustment to pediatric cancer. 2. To examine illness-related factors (i.e., severity of illness, quality of life rating) as predictors of school reintegration (i.e., school attendance) in children with pediatric cancer. 3. To examine a within-parent factor (i.e., parental stress) as a predictor or corre...

A Study of Safety, Tolerability, and Pk of rhMBL in Pediatric Hematology/Oncology Pts With Fever and Neutropenia

The goal of this clinical research study is to find the dose of EZN-2232 that can be given to MBL deficient pediatric cancer patients undergoing chemotherapy. The pharmacokinetics, pharmacodynamics, and safety of the study drug will also be studied.

DxH520 Pediatric Reference Interval Verification

Results from this study will be used to verify that the published pediatric reference intervals are met on the DxH 520 Hematology Analyzer for the pediatric age ranges.

Infections in Pediatric Cancer Patients

A prospective epidemiological study conducted in pediatric hematology oncology center in Hadassah medical center. The study will include all newly diagnosed pediatric cancer patients age 0-18 years admitted with fever during chemotherapy. In each event of febrile episode during chemotherapy, the following data will be collected using a patient data form and computerized software. Demographic data: age, gender, ethnicity. Clinical data: Underlying disease, immunizations, ...

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