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Effects of Checklists in Surgical Care - a Study on Complications, Death and Quality of Patient Administrative Data

This project aims to produce a systematic review on present knowledge on effects of using safety checklists in medicine. Implementation of a checklist system throughout surgical care may reduce patient morbidity and mortality. The reliability of patient data is crucial to make firm conclusions as to such effects. This project aims to investigate if such morbidity and mortality effects are obtainable in two Norwegian hospitals while at the same time making a crucial evaluation o...

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Vaccination of AJCC Stage IIB, IIC, III and IV Melanoma Patients With Human and Mouse Tyrosinase DNA Vaccines

The overall goal of this study is to find out about the safety of injecting the genes (DNA) for human and mouse tyrosinase in patients with melanoma. There is no evidence yet that injection of tyrosinase DNA results in any clinical benefit. Tyrosinase is the substance found in melanoma cells that helps to produce their black color. The DNA used in this study was purified from bacteria which contains the gene for tyrosinase. DNA is material which contains the information needed ...

Human MATER and Idiopathic Infertility

Approximately 15 percent of couples experience infertility, yet no abnormalities can be detected in the man or the woman. In a number of couples, their embryos unexpectedly slow down growth or stop growth completely. Some of these situations may be genetically determined. For instance, a portion of cases may be caused by poor egg quality related to genetic or functional deficiencies in heretofore unidentified human maternal effect genes. A model has been developed of such unexp...

Project POWER, Adapting Project SAFE: Reducing STD/HIV Risk in Women Prisoners

Project POWER will test the efficacy of a multi-session HIV Prevention program, adapted from an existing program (Project SAFE), for incarcerated women in the rural South.

Rajavtihi Neuronal Adult Stem Cells Project

To study the success of Oligodendrocyte progenitor cell culture project in Rajavithi Hospital to identify an unlimited clone human neuronal progenitor stem cells from the human brain in the Biomolecular Research Center. This study aims to produce the reproductive clone of neuronal development protocols and advance projects. Neuronal cells such as pyramidal cells, oligodendrocyte, and dopaminergic neuron differentiation protocol/projects for treatment of Alzheimer's disease, Mul...

Comparison Between Marijuana Smoked in Cigarette Paper Versus Cigar Paper

The purpose of this study is to investigate whether or not marijuana blunts will produce comparable plasma THC levels as marijuana joints and if blunts will produce larger cardiovascular and subjective effects.

Increasing Walking Following Cardiac Rehabilitation

The purpose of the project was to test the widely endorsed assumption that pedometers produce or encourage more physical activity participation in the form of walking. The investigators hypothesized that pedometers would not increase the amount of walking cardiac patients participated in after their cardiac rehabilitation program compared to patients without pedometers.

Efficacy of a Psychoeducative Program for Improving Quality of Life in Fibromyalgic Patients [Study Protocol]

This research project pretends to demonstrate that a psychoeducative program implemented in the context of PC can produce a significant increase in the quality of life of patients with FM, as well as a decrease in the use of sanitary and social services, compared to usual care.

Penn State ProduceRx: Prescribing Produce to Impact Long-term Health Outcomes for Patients

To provide "prescriptions" for weekly Community Supported Agriculture (CSA) boxes of fruits and vegetables to patients, accompanied by nutritional education (e.g. printed newsletters and YouTube videos), and evaluate benefits for participants by exploring commitment to the program, opinions about healthy eating, retention of nutrition and food preparation knowledge, overall takeaway from the program, as well as self-assessment of health status. To establish the overall feasibi...

Herceptin and GM-CSF for Metastatic Breast Cancer

Primary Objectives: 1. To determine the patient's tumor response rate that this protocol will produce. 2. To determine the 1 year progression-free survival that this protocol will produce. Secondary Objective: 1. To determine whether ADCC is the mechanism of overcoming Herceptin-resistance by use of GM-CSF.

Enhancing Social Interaction With an AlterEgo Artificial Agent

The objective of AlterEgo is the creation of an interactive cognitive architecture, implementable in various artificial agents, allowing a continuous interaction with patients suffering from social disorders, by virtue of changes in behavioural (robot-based) as well as morphological (avatar-based) properties of that agent. The project includes research in fundamental and clinical neurosciences, interaction modeling, development of new computer-vision techniques and human-robot ...

Cognitive Health Promotion Project in the Community

This study was based on baseline data derived from a large prospective study called the Suwon Project (SP), a cohort comprising nonrandom convenience samples of elderly people, all of whom are ethnic Koreans aged over 60 years.

Imaging and BioFluid Biomarkers in Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis

This is a multicenter, 18-month study, which aims to identify imaging and biofluid biomarkers in people with ALS to expand the understanding of ALS pathology, treatment targets, disease progression, and anatomical differences between different disease phenotypes. This pilot project is tailored to produce imaging tools that will allow researchers to conduct future ALS clinical trials more efficiently which may in turn impact the pace for ALS drug discovery.

Neuroimaging in Patients Undergoing TMS for Depression

The goal of this project is to guide rTMS using fMRI in individuals with depression who did not respond to standard TMS treatment to evaluate whether targeted TMS using individualized functional MRI scans produce outcome superior to that of conventional approaches. The study team also plans to scan MDD patients prescribed to receive standard TMS for the first time before and after which they will have resting-state FMRI scan in order to see if we can predict their responsivenes...

The Lullaby Project: A Musical Intervention for Pregnant Women

This study will evaluate the potential impact of a brief musical intervention, the Lullaby Project, in a sample of pregnant women. The study aims are: 1. To determine the potential effect of the Lullaby Project on maternal-fetal attachment. 2. To evaluate the potential impact of the Lullaby Project on maternal mental health. 3. To characterize the potential impact of the Lullaby Project on perceived maternal stress.

Project Legacy Impact Evaluation Study

This study will design and rigorously evaluate the efficacy of Project Legacy, a five week positive youth development intervention to decrease sexual risk for unintended pregnancies and STIs among youth experiencing homelessness or at risk of homelessness aged 14-19. This randomized control trial will compare Project Legacy to a usual services control.

Adapting Project UPLIFT for Blacks in Georgia

Specific Aim 8. Evaluate the efficacy of Project UPLIFT for reducing symptoms of anxiety, depression, and PTSD among African Americans at immediate posttest, after 3 months, and after 5 months.

Couples Health Project: Couples-based Intervention to Reduce Drug Use and HIV Transmission Risk

This project tests the feasibility, acceptability, and preliminary efficacy of the Couples Health Project (CHP). CHP is a brief (3-session) couples-based Motivational Interviewing intervention which addresses drug use and sexual HIV transmission risk among partnered HIV negative YMSM (ages 18-29). The proposed project includes a randomized controlled trial (RCT) involving 50 couples who are randomized to complete either the CHP intervention or an attention-matched education con...

Feasibility & Characterization of Project: EVO Monitor Cognitive Measurements

This is an open-label study in adults to assess at-home Project: EVO Monitor measurements over repeat play cycles. The study has three arms:playing multiple times per day, once daily, and once weekly for 4 to 8 weeks.

The Safety of a High-Dose, Rapid Infusion of Iron Sucrose

Iron sucrose infusion is an iron replacement used to treat iron deficiency anemia (not enough iron in the body to make hemoglobin). Iron is a mineral that the body needs to produce hemoglobin, which carries oxygen in the blood. When the body does not get enough iron, it cannot produce enough hemoglobin and you become anemic. The research study is looking at the side effects of using a higher dose and faster rate of iron sucrose infusion than what is used in standard of care. T...

Seeing the World Through Assorted Glasses

The purpose of the study is to test the use of amber glasses at night as a method to block blue light from the eye, allowing the brain to produce a dim-light melatonin onset. The investigators hypothesize that blue-blocking will produce measurable benefits in subjectively and objectively rated sleep quality and mood as well as salivary melatonin levels during the night.

Anti-CTLA-4 Human Monoclonal Antibody CP-675,206 in Patients With Advanced Hepatocellular Carcinoma

CP-675,206 (tremelimumab) is a fully humanized monoclonal antibody that binds to activated T lymphocytes and by enhancing their activation may produce a stimulation of the immune response against tumoral or viral antigens. In this clinical trial, the ability of tremelimumab to produce tumor responses among hepatitis C virus-infected patients with hepatocellular carcinoma not amenable to other therapies will be explored. Besides, the effect on the replication of the virus will b...

Pilot Study of Spinal Manipulation for Chronic Neck Pain

This study is designed to determine whether a medicine that can produce temporary amnesia (midazolam) can be used to block the memory of treatment with spinal manipulation. This is important since any study that is designed to determine whether spinal manipulation is effective would be better if patients were not aware of whether or not they were treated. This would allow a true assessment of treatment effects without the complication of a strong placebo effect that manipulativ...

Safety Study of phIL-12-005/PPC to Treat Recurrent Ovarian Cancer

Ovarian cancer may be caused by a build-up of genetic defects, or damaged genes within the cells of the body. Because the genes are damaged, the body is unable to produce a group of proteins called cytokines which are used by the immune system to fight cancer and some infections. The investigational gene transfer agent EGEN-001 (phIL-12-005/PPC) contains the human gene for interleukin-12 [IL-12] (a cytokine) in a special carrier system designed to enter the cells and help the ...

Safety and Efficacy of EGEN-001 Combined With Carboplatin and Docetaxel in Recurrent, Platinum-Sensitive, Ovarian Cancer

Ovarian cancer may be caused by a build-up of genetic defects, or damaged genes within the body's cells. When genes are damaged, the body may be unable to produce a group of proteins, called cytokines, used by the immune system to fight cancer and some infections. The investigational gene transfer agent EGEN-001 contains the human gene for the cytokine interleukin-12 (IL-12) in a special carrier system designed to enter the cells and help the body to produce cytokines. Therefor...

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