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STI Prevention Program for Entertainment Establishments in Singapore

The investigators aim to assess the efficacy of a multi-component intervention on condom use and sexually transmitted infection (STIs) in female entertainment workers and men frequenting entertainment establishments (EEs), using a quasi-experimental design. Joo Chiat and Golden Mile Complex will be selected purposively as control cluster sites (n=220) with follow-up of entertainment workers at 6 weeks. The same sites will be used as intervention sites after a 3-months 'wash out...


Clinical Study of Tang Wang Prescription Intervene Diabetic Non-proliferative Retinopathy

This study include 384 Participants with diabetic non-proliferative retinopathy Design Method: Randomized, double blind, placebo controlled and multicenter clinical study. Participants treatment for 48 weeks, and main aimed to evaluate the therapeutic effect of tang wang prescription improve degree of retinal microvascular disease of patients with diabetic non-proliferative retinopathy.

Bronchiolitis: Evaluation of Wang's Score as a Predictor of the Duration of Oxygen Therapy in Bronchiolitis

Evaluation of Wang's score as a predictor of the duration of oxygen therapy in bronchiolitis


Black Adolescent & Entertainment Study

The study is being conducted to obtain adolescent girls' thoughts and opinions on relationship and communication styles are shown on television.

Reality Check: An HIV Risk Reduction Serial Drama

African Americans have considerably higher rates of HIV infections than do White, Hispanic, Asian, and Native Americans. African Americans accounted for 59% of all diagnoses of HIV infection among youth (13-24 years of age) in the United States. Young African Americans also have disproportionately high rates of other sexually transmitted infections (STIs). Therefore, the broad, long-term objective of this research is to identify interventions to reduce the risk of HIV and other...

REBECCA Study (RadiothErapy for BrEast Cancer and CArdiotoxicity)

The purpose of this study is to determine whether a new technique of radiotherapy for breast cancer (helical tomotherapy) can induce cardiac toxicity that would be detected in the first two years after treatment. Screening of subclinical cardiac lesions with non-invasive cardiac imaging techniques combined with measures of circulating biomarkers of cardiac tissue lesions and coronary lesions would allow assessing radiation-induced cardiac toxicity at an early stage.

Video Games Among People With Schizophrenia

The investigators aim to establish a research project to test the impact of gaming by carrying out a video gaming interventions, monitoring its cognitive and clinical outcomes, while concurrently performing a multimodal brain imaging experiment.

Monoamine Transporters Genotypes: Risk of PTSD and Related Comorbidities

Dr. Wang's merit review is aimed at providing a better understanding of the relationship between SLC6A3/SLC6A4 and the mental health of veterans exposed to high levels of combat stress, specifically focusing on PTSD symptoms, related comorbidities, treatment outcomes and seeks new approaches to therapy for our Veteran population.

Effect of Television Cartoons in Patients Younger Than 3.5 Years During Echocardiography

The objective of this study is analyze the influence of TV entertainment in children less than 3 years of age during echocardiography in order to achieve a complete and accurate test. This is an experimental study in children with suspected congenital or acquired cardiac disease. An examination room was prepared with a TV on the ceiling that was positioned in a way that would provide unobstructed viewing for children during the echocardiography procedure.

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Impact of Respiratory Physiotherapy in Children With Bronchiolitis in the First Two Years of Life

This study aims to evaluate the recovery of children with bronchiolitis with and without physical therapy treatments. The experimental group will receive educational information and 5 sessions of physiotherapy with the same protocol, at home or in physical therapy office. The control group will only be evaluated. For both the experimental and control groups the lung sounds are recorded and the Wang's respiratory severity scale calculated initially and on the 3th, 5th an...

Smartphones Addiction in Assiut University Students

Smartphones have become a part of our daily life, the number of people using smartphones is increasing day after day. Easy access to internet is the main advantage of smartphones in comparison to traditional mobile phones, so they are considered as handheld convenient substitutes to computers. People use smartphones for many different purposes such as communication, entertainment, browsing for information, education or business facilitation. Unfortunately the excessive use of s...

The Effects of Positive End-expiratory Pressure on Intrapulmonary Shunt, Oxygenation and Cardiac Function During One-lung Ventilation

One lung ventilation (OLV) is essential during thoracic surgery. During OLV, intrapulmonary shunt can be increased resulting hypoxemia. Wang et al measured intrapulmonary shunt by transesophageal echocardiography. Although OLV technique had been advanced so far, hypoxemia during OLV reaches about 10% in spite of inspired oxygen fraction 100%. Applying PEEP(Positive End-expiratory Pressure) at dependent lung and CPAP at non-dependent lung can mitigate the hypoxemia. Above all, P...

Rheumatic Diseases and Computer Use

Computers allow individuals to engage in economic, social, and entertainment activities. Despite the many benefits of computer use, many individuals with rheumatic diseases may have difficulty using a computer. However, currently there is almost no information on the problems individuals with rheumatic diseases experience using a computer. Baseline information on the types of problems experienced by individuals with rheumatic diseases as well as the magnitude of those problems...

Music Therapy Versus Control for Total Knee Arthroplasty

For millennia, people have listened to and enjoyed music for entertainment, as a distraction from daily troubles, and as a means to relax and relieve stress. It is no real surprise that the relaxing and stress-relieving effects of music have been shown in patients having surgery. For patients having surgery with spinal anesthesia, music therapy during the operation decreases sedation requirements, anxiety and may improve patient satisfaction. Music therapy during surgery may al...

Safety and Efficacy of Low Intensity Shockwave Therapy in Treating Diabetic Foot Ulcers

Low intensity shockwaves for treating diabetic foot ulcers (DFUs) have been in evaluation for the past 5 years. Many researchers showed the effectiveness of Low intensity shockwaves of in accelerating the healing rate of non-ischemic chronic DFUs. Wang et al. showed, the use of Low intensity shockwaves on DFUs, significantly improved topical blood flow perfusion rate, increased cell proliferation and cell activity and decreased cell apoptosis. The present study deals with the ...

Reconstruction of Pathological Changes of the Ophthalmic Artery in Patients With Retinal Artery Occlusion

Retinal artery occlusions (RAO) cause deterioration in visual acuity and visual fields. In computational fluid dynamics (CFD) studies [Kaufmann et al. 2012] 10% of ascending emboli caused RAO, the residual 90% embolized into the cerebral arteries. As only 20% of patients with RAO had a history of stroke [Wang et al 2006, Leisser et al 2010-2014], there is a discrepancy between CFD-studies and clinical observations. Mead et al. [7] postulated small emboli being washed into the c...

Functional Bed Sheet Capturing Pressure Variation and Respiratory Effort Over Time

Apnea, a cessation in breathing is critical condition that affects the person regardless of age. In infants, an apneic state occurs when there is an absence of respirations for 20 seconds (Alvaro & Rigatto, 2012). In adults, there is a correlation between sleep apnea with increased risks of cardiovascular health problems (Wimms, Woehrle, Ketheeswaran, Ramanan, & Armitstead, 2016; Wu, Yuan, Wang, Sun, Liu, and Wei, 2016; Hao, Xiandao, Li, Jingwu, Jinghua, & Yongxiang, 201...

Resting Energy Expenditure Equations in Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis, Creation of a ALS-specific Equation

Introduction: Resting energy expenditure (REE) formulas for healthy people (HP) are used to calculate REE (cREE) in amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS) patients. In ALS an increase of measured REE (mREE) in indirect calometry (IC) compared to cREE is found in 50-60%. The aims were (i) to assess accuracy of cREE assessed using eleven formulas as compared to mREE and (ii) to create if needed a specific cREE formula for ALS patients. Method: ALS patients followed in the ALS exper...

Conventional and Simulated Video for Learning Lumbar Spine Assessment

Simulation is becoming the main trend of training allied health students, several experimental studies have been conducted to evaluate the effectiveness of various simulating interventions including virtual reality software and real-patient simulation (Ladyshewsky, Baker, Jones, & Nelson, 2000; Mori, Carnahan, & Herold, 2015; Schlickum, Hedman, Enochsson, Kjellin, & Felländer-Tsai, 2009). Although the outcomes of the training approaches have shown to be positive, the costs of ...

Digital Application Usage for Adherence of Patients Undergoing Robotic Assisted Radical Prostatectomy Following Oncological and Postoperative Functional Outcomes

Prostate cancer (PC) is the most common non-skin tumor in men and the second leading cause of death from cancer in Brazil. It accounts for 13.8% of deaths from cancer in males, similar to what happens with breast cancer in females, corresponding to 15.8% of cancer deaths in women. Mobile applications, software developed for smartphones and tablets used for many different purposes (games, communication, entertainment etc) have become important tools of mHealth (Mobile Health in ...

Effect of Experience on Driving Performance in New Teenage Drivers

This study will evaluate the driving performance of new teenage drivers and determine to what extent independent driving experience improves driving performance of young drivers. Motor vehicle crash rates are highest among new teen drivers, especially during the first 6 months and 1,000 miles of independent licensed driving. Crash rates decline with experience, and this study will assess the effect of driving experience on performance. Newly licensed teenagers ranging from 16 ...

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The Clinical Relevance of P16INK4A Expressing CTCs Detection Comparing With HPV Infection in Cancer Tissue in HNSCC Patients.

Head and neck squamous cell carcinoma (HNSCC) is the 4th highest incidence of cancer and 6th of cancer death of the males in Taiwan. Because the patients were mainly middle-aged male, the disease eventually resulted in a huge loss of labor force, productivity and a huge burden of family supports and medicinal costs. Unfortunately, the incidence and death of HNSCC seemed to be increasing in Taiwan. Currently, the primary treatments of HNSCC are mainly surgery, radiotherapy, chem...

Use of Hypothermia During Robotic Prostatectomy

Robotic assisted laparoscopic radical prostatectomy (RLP) has gained widespread acceptance as a standard treatment for clinically localized prostate cancer. Despite the enhanced visualization and precise dissection afforded by the robotic platform, two major comorbidities affect a significant number of men: incontinence and erectile function. Urinary continence and erectile function It is commonly believed that the most important factor affecting continence is preservation ...


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