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19:01 EDT 22nd October 2018 | BioPortfolio

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Urinary and Anal Incontinence in Tunisian Women

The publications on prevalence and risk factors of urinary and anal incontinence in women were performed mainly in Europe and America. Consequently, result extrapolation to Tunisian population may not be a good practice which justifies this study and demonstrates its importance.


Normal Pressure Hydrocephalus (NPH) Registry

The overall aim of the registry is to develop a longitudinal, observational database that is focused on adult patients with Normal Pressure Hydrocephalus (NPH) that can be used as a source of clinical information for individual surgeons, as well as a national data repository for scientific inquiry and publications.

Colonoscope Passive Bending Function

A prototype colonoscope with an extra passively bending distal section has been developed by Olympus Japan (ref. publications). The present study (2006-2007) is testing refinements of this function.


Evaluating Outcomes in the Placement of Boomerang Percutaneous Device

The purpose of this study is to evaluate the safety and effectiveness of the Boomerang percutaneous closure device following diagnostic cerebral angiography or neurointerventional procedures. Background: Very few publications have evaluated this relatively novel percutaneous closure device.

Evaluation of the Quality of Bowel Cleansing in a Real Clinical Practice Setting

Publications of the use of bowel cleansers in usual clinical practice are lacking. Patient adherence to investigational products increases in the context of clinical trials. By the same token, efficacy of interventions may be overestimated in clinical trials. For this reason, an observational study to collect data on the effectiveness of several colonic preparations when these are used under usual clinical practice is proposed.

Study of ABT-700 in Subjects With Advanced Solid Tumors

This is a Phase 1/1b open-label study evaluating the safety, pharmacokinetics (PK), and preliminary efficacy of ABT-700 in subjects with advanced solid tumors that may have MET amplification or c-Met overexpression. ABT-700, previously known as h224G11 in publications, is an anti-c-Met antibody. The early clinical development plan for ABT-700 is based on the activity demonstrated in preclinical models. Up to 124 subjects will be enrolled.

Facilitation of NGT Insertion

Insertion of a nasogastric tube (NGT) in anesthetized patients can be a disappointing experience. Many techniques have been explained to improve success rate along with increasing safety, such as forward displacement of the larynx, tube rigidity improvement methods, pushing it down directly through pharynx or using a guide tube. Failure of insertion under general anesthesia reached 50% in some publications

Morbidity, Mortality and Gender Differences in Patients With Pacemakers

Previous publications suggest gender difference in outcome parameters after pacemaker implantation. Aim of this study is to investigate gender differences in patients with pacemaker. Implanted devices, indication for implantation and pacemaker follow up data of patients will be included. Survival data including cause of death will be documented. Prevalent comorbidities and relevant laboratory data will be recorded.

Database Retrieval for the Comprehensive Shoulder

This study is a retrieval of database information regarding survivorship of the Comprehensive Shoulder System family of products. The primary objective of the retrieval is to collect data that will contribute to the post market surveillance requirements for this product and will provide feedback to design engineers, support marketing efforts and publications, and answer potential questions form reimbursement agencies.

Medical Evaluation of Scanner in Coronary Syndrome

Many recent publications have reported encouraging results on diagnostic cardiac multislice CT performance in 1) coronary artery disease, 2) coronary arterial bypass graft potency and 3) intrastent restenosis. These single center studies were made on a limited number of patients (range, 50-130) and focused mainly on one of the indications mentioned above. Moreover, results were often given after exclusion of low quality examinations. At last, no study has compared the d...

To Pace or Not to Pace in Sinus Node Disease

Optimal pacing strategy for patients with SND is still unknown, although several publications in the past years demonstrated a deleterious effect of ventricular pacing. However, pacing has always been apical in these trials, and to which extent this absence of pacing is beneficial for patients with very long PR intervals is still to be found. The aim of this study is to compare ventricular septal pacing to no pacing in patients with SND.

The Papillary Muscle Approximation Provide Stability of Mitral Valve Repair for Ischemic Mitral Regurgitation

Recent publications show that an adjunctive subvalvular repair during mitral annuloplasty for secondary mitral regurgitation effective in preventing recurrent regurgitation. One of these procedures is the papillary muscles approximation. However, the safety and the positive impact of this method are still in doubt.

Clinical and Histological Evaluation of OSSIX-Plus Resorbable Collagen Membranes for Alveolar Ridge Preservation Following Exodontia

The purpose of this study is to document and evaluate how protective covering materials (a barrier membrane called OSSIX-Plus) can help preserve bone size after a tooth is removed. As you know by now, dental implants can only be placed when enough bone is found and this protective covering may help the healing of your bone after the tooth is removed. For this study, the investigators are asking that records taken during procedures (pictures of teeth only, notes) can be used for...

Feasibility Study of Breast MRI in Decubitus Position

Breast MRI is performed in prone position which causes a number of questions. Indeed, the correlation with mammography and echography and the identification of preoperative lesions can be complex as echography and surgery are carried in supine position while mammography is performed in standing position. Moreover, the prone position is often considered as uncomfortable by the patients. However, there is few publications in the literature on breast MRI in decubitus position.

Establishing a Descriptive Cohort of Patients Cared for Operation on the Spine

This study aims to: 1. describe the monitoring of patients treated for spinal disorders. 2. create a comprehensive database of reliable and readily exploitable quickly to produce a library of cross publications between orthopedic surgery and neurosurgical services. This database will include clinical, functional , radiographic , educational, social and professional data. 3. obtain a cohort of patients in the comprehensive range of spinal pathologie...

Digoxin Short Term Treatment Assessment Randomized Trial in AHF

AHFS management is challenging and most of the used drugs has failed to decrease post-discharge mortality and readmission rates which represent the most important goal in AHFS. Digoxin processes many characteristics of a beneficial drug for heart failure, however recent publications has rose concerns about its safety profile and therefore decreasing its use. Whether digoxin is efficient and safe in short term treatment of acute heart failure is a question that sho...

Could a Preoperative Feeding Jejunostomy Decrease Sarcopenia for Patients With Oesogastric Adenocarcinoma ?

The study of sarcopenia is a subject that is the subject of numerous research and publications, particularly because of its link with a poor prognosis for many cancers. In an article published by the digestive surgery team, the role of feeding jejunostomy has been demonstrated: it allowed more patients to reach the 2nd stage of surgery and a better tolerance of chemotherapy. Investigators wanted to study retrospectively the impact of feeding jejunostomy on radiological ...

Plasma Aldosterone Levels and Atrial Fibrillation Reduction (ALDO-AF Study)

Atrial fibrillation (AF) is the most common cardiac arrhythmias with a constantly growing prevalence. Two main techniques are used today to restore sinus rhythm: electrical cardioversion and radiofrequency ablation. Radiofrequency ablation has become a recognized and effective treatment of AF. Despite a relatively high success rate (about 80%), a substantial number of patients require a second procedure to obtain sinus rhythm. Many publications have led to the study of predict...

Albumin Mass Balance in Liver Transplantation

This clinical observational cohort study assess the loss of albumin from blood circulation during and after liver transplantation by mass balance of albumin. The overall assumption of this method is that if albumin is more diluted than hemoglobin, it must have left the plasma, presumably into the interstitial space. Predictors of albumin leakage will be assessed, including biomarkers of inflammation and of endothelial damage and dysfunction. The sub cohorts children and patient...

Transvenous Lead Removal Post-Market Clinical Study

This prospective, multicenter, post-market clinical study was designed to evaluate the outcomes of lead extraction of cardiovascular implantable electronic devices (CIED) using Cook catheter and lead extraction devices for any indication it is used in the commercial setting within the United States and Europe. The purpose of this clinical study is to collect data on the performance of the Cook lead extraction devices for the purpose of supporting publications and presentations

Scleral Hydrops and Intralabyrinthine Schwannoma

The symptoms of intralabyrinthine schwannomas (vertigo, deafness, instability, tinnitus) cut across the symptoms found in pressure pathologies involving the inner ear, particularly the endolymphatic hydrops. Some publications have described dilatation of the membranous labyrinth (hydrops) in the presence of intralabyrinthine tumors. It would be interesting to measure the size of the saccule (structure of the membranous labyrinth) in the presence of an intralabyrinthine ...

Meta-analysis of Randomized Controlled Trials on Vitamins and Mineral Supplementation for CVD Prevention and Treatment

The use of vitamin and mineral supplementation has historically been to treat and prevent micronutrient deficiencies. In recent years, however, and with their widespread use, the interest has shifted toward a possible role in the prevention and treatment of chronic diseases. The investigators will review and perform meta-analyses of vitamin and mineral supplementation trials in relation to cardiovascular disease. Publications from 2012, both before and including the US Preventi...

HSP-Glomerulonephritis Trial: MP vs CyA

No curative treatment of severe HSP nephritis is known. Apart from corticosteroids, immunosuppressive drugs, such as azathioprine and cyclophosphamide, have been used to treat severe HSP nephritis.Limited patient series treated with these drugs have been described, but there are no reports of controlled trials. Cyclosporine A have been used to treat corticosteroid-resistant or corticosteroid-dependent nephrosis. (11) Cyclosporine A has also been used to treat HSP nephritis, ...

Percutaneous Vertebroplasty Versus Conservative Treatment in GIOPVCF

Based on the case reports and other literature, the investigators hypothesize that using PVP for treating GIOPVCF is associated with increased risk of vertebral refractures and does not provide further benefits compared to conservative treatments. The overall objective of this prospective cohort study is to compare the efficacy of PVP and conservative treatment for GIOPVCF. The evaluation of efficacy of therapy includes: 1) the incidence of vertebral refractures; 2) therapeuti...

Unexpected Cardiac Arrest in Intensive Care Unit

Unexpected cardiac arrest involves approximately 0.5 to 5% of patients admitted in Intensive Care Unit (ICU). Even if they have a technical environment conducive to prompt diagnosis and prompt treatment, patients hospitalized in ICU suffer from chronic illnesses and organ failure(s) that obscure the prognosis of cardiac arrest. Although extra cardiac arrhythmias or intra-hospital arrests are the subject of numerous publications, few studies specifically focus on unexpected card...


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