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Measurement of Care Safety Culture in French ICU, Correlation With the Characteristics of Morbi-mortality Reviews

The tools to measure safety culture (CS) have recently become available. No study has focused on the measure in France, apart from pilot studies. intensive services are particularly at risk of serious adverse events occurred (SAEs). Patients who are hospitalized are in fact fragile and precarious clinical condition requires rapid decision taken often. Diagnostic or therapeutic strategies have report "risk-benefit" narrow. They may well be complicated by EIG.Safety of care is a ...


Reducing Total Cardiovascular Risk in an Urban Community

PLEASE NOTE: THIS STUDY IS ONLY ENROLLING PATIENTS CURRENTLY BEING TREATED AT BELAIR-EDISON FAMILY HEALTH CENTER. The purpose of this study is to compare the clinical effectiveness and cost effectiveness of two cardiovascular risk reduction programs - a comprehensive intensive (Cl) intervention with a less intensive (LI) intervention - in African American, and white low-income patients with known excessive cardiovascular disease risk.

Mortality of Sepsis in Swedish Intensive Care Units 2008-2016

A study of short and long term mortality in patients treated with or without a diagnosis of sepsis in Swedish intensive care units (ICU) 2008 - 2016. The cohort is characterized with regard to chronic comorbidity, severity of acute illness and demographic factors, and outcome is adjusted for these factors. Changes in mortality during the period are studied.


Cardiovascular Disease Cohort in Guangdong Province

Patients with cardiovascular diseases from Guangdong province will be recruited and followed up for at least 4 years to evaluate the risk factors for cardiovascular-related mortality and disability. Physical examination, questionnaire survey and biological sample collection will be conducted at baseline and the incidence of all-cause and cardiovascular mortality will be investigated during follow-up.

Action to Control Cardiovascular Risk in Diabetes (ACCORD)

The purpose of this study is to prevent major cardiovascular events (heart attack, stroke, or cardiovascular death) in adults with type 2 diabetes mellitus using intensive glycemic control, intensive blood pressure control, and multiple lipid management.

The ZWOlle Transmural Integrated Care for CArdiovaScular Risk Management Study

Cardiovascular disease (CVD) contributes importantly to mortality and morbidity. Prevention of CVD by lifestyle change and medication is important and needs full attention. In the Netherlands an integrated program for cardiovascular risk management (CVRM), based on the Chronic Care Model (CCM), has been introduced in many regions in recent years, but evidence from studies that this approach is beneficial is very limited. In the ZWOT-CASE study the investigators will assess th...

Cardiovascular Prevention Strategies in Elderly Patients With Cancer (CARTIER Clinical Trial)

The CARTIER study is a randomized, multicenter, open-label clinical trial comparing, in elderly patients with cancer under anti-tumoral treatment, two different cardiotoxicity prevention strategies: primary (intensive cardiovascular monitoring focused on prevention and early diagnosis and treatment of cardiotoxicity based in cardio-onco-hematology teams involved in cancer patient care) vs. secondary (current clinical practice where intensive cardiovascular monitoring is not rou...

Procalcitonin Increase Identifies Critically Ill Patients at High Risk of Mortality

Procalcitonin, a marker of infection has often been compared to clinical pictures as for instance "clinical sepsis". This has given som problems in the interpretation of these studies, because of the lack of good Gold Standards for "clinical sepsis. We have decided to investigate the development from day to day of Procalcitonin in the blood of intensive care patients, compared to the mortality. Hypothesis: Procalcitonin increase after reaching a certain level predicts mortalit...

Cardiovascular Health And Risk Modification in Family Health Teams

Cardiovascular diseases remain the main cause of mortality in Canada. While effective interventions are available for reducing the risk of cardiovascular disease,there continue to be gaps between the potential reduction in risk that could be achieved by effectively managing these risk factors and levels of risk factor control currently in clinical practice. This study will evaluate the ability of a different model of risk factor care using other health providers assisting famil...

Tight Glycemic Control With Intensive Insulin Therapy in PICU

In a previous study, we showed that tight blood glucose control with insulin during intensive care reduced morbidity and mortality in adult intensive care patients. Whether this intervention also improves prognosis of pediatric intensive care patients remains unknown. The current prospective, randomized, controlled study will asses the impact of intensive insulin therapy on outcome of patients in a pediatric intensive care unit. On admission patients will be randomly assigned ...

Intensive Intervention to Improve Healthy Lifestyles in Subjects With Intermediate Cardiovascular Risk.

This is a randomized controlled trial aimed to design an intensive intervention to modify lifestyles of subjects with intermediate cardiovascular risk and evaluate its effectiveness. 200 participants aged 35-74 years who have intermediate cardiovascular risk will be included. Subjects will be selected by consecutive sampling at urban primary care health centers from Salamanca (Spain) and they will be randomized to a control or an intervention group. Both groups will receive ind...

Undernutrition Screening by Ultrasound Measure in Patients Handled by Mechanical Ventilation in Intensive Care

Undernutrition is a major factor of occurrence of complications and mortality in patients managed in intensive care. Early screening and follow-up are recommended in patients with undernutrition risk especially those treated with mechanical ventilation. The biochemical method, coupled assay of prealbuminaemia and plasma albumin is the most frequently used but remains limited in many situations of acute aggression. A recent method of anterolateral diameter measure of the quadri...

Health and Cardiovascular Risk Factors in Slums.

Cardiovascular risk factors and disease burden has been showed to affect more deeply to poorer populations. People who live in slums are the most vulnerable subgroup in the populations where, paradoxically scarcity of data exists on risk factors and cardiovascular disease burden. Our study aim to describe the prevalence of cardiovascular risk factors and cardiovascular disease burden in a representative sample of an urban slum of Buenos Aires city, using validated questi...

Serum Lipid Levels and Other Biomarkers of Cardiovascular Disease in Patients With Psoriasis

Psoriasis patients are known to be at increased risk for heart disease. This may be due to the increased prevalence of cardiovascular disease risk factors in this population, including high blood pressure, diabetes, obesity, and high cholesterol. Although cholesterol levels are known to be altered in psoriasis, most studies have used standard lipid profiles to measure cholesterol. These tests indirectly measure LDL (bad cholesterol) and become less accurate when triglyceride...

Cardiovascular Mortality Among Tunnel and Bridge Workers Exposed To Carbon Monoxide

To assess the risk of cardiovascular mortality in workers with increased occupational exposure to carbon monoxide.

Intensive Cardiac Rehabilitation (ICR): Tolerability and Effectiveness

The purpose of this study is to fill in the gaps in knowledge on the tolerability and effectiveness of an outpatient, Pritikin-based Intensive Cardiac Rehabilitation (ICR) program on traditional cardiovascular risk factors, exercise performance, and patient well-being (as assessed by questionnaires), as well as to monitor subsequent clinical events. The hypothesis is that patients in the Intensive Cardiac Rehabilitation (ICR) group will have greater improvements in several card...

Ankle Brachial Index Combined With Serum Uric Acid Levels Improve Prediction All Cause Mortality and Cardiovascular Mortality in the Elderly Chinese Population

Peripheral arterial disease (PAD) is a common clinical manifestation of the systemic atherosclerotic process, and the ankle brachial index (ABI) is an ideal tool to diagnose PAD. The association between high serum uric acid levels (SUA) and arterial stiffness as well as endothelial dysfunction has been demonstrated in humans and uric acid has been suggested to be an important modulator of the inflammatory process. It has also been confirmed by clinical studies. Currently, there...

Protein Supplementation In Dialysis Patients

The dialysis population has a strikingly high incidence of mortality. The life expectancy of chronic dialysis patients is 20 years less than that of the general population. Approximately 50% of individuals with end stage renal disease (ESRD) die from a cardiovascular (CV) cause with mortality being 15 to 30 times higher than the age-adjusted CV mortality in the general population. There is also a steady increase of patients with diabetes and the older age groups coming into dia...

Evaluation of Association Between Obstructive Sleep Apnea and the Severity of Coronary Artery Disease

It is widely accepted that coronary artery disease (CAD) is related to a high mortality. It is predicted that an increase of approximately 21.3 million cardiovascular events and 7.7 million cardiovascular deaths over 2010 to 2030 in China.1 Male sex, diabetes mellitus, hypertension, hypercholesterolemia, obesity and smoking are all traditionally considered as risk factors for CAD. In recent decades, tremendous progress toward the prevention and treatment of traditional cardiova...

Non-Traditional Cardiovascular Risk Factors in Type 2 Diabetes Mellitus - Ancillary to VA Study of Glycemic Control

To test whether novel cardiovascular risk factors are related to the presence and development of atherosclerosis and macrovascular events in Type 2 diabetes mellitus and to determine whether intensive glucose lowering therapy will reduce the levels of these cardiovascular risk factors.

Lowering-hyperuricemia Treatment on Cardiovascular Outcomes in Peritoneal Dialysis Patients

We enroll continuous ambulatory peritoneal dialysis (CAPD) patients with hyperuricemia and randomly divide them into two groups, treated with Febuxostat and placebo respectively. After 3 years of following up, cardiovascular events, all cause mortality, cardiovascular mortality and non-fatal cardiovascular events are collected and recorded. The difference of cardiovascular events, all cause mortality and non-fatal cardiovascular event rate will be analyzed.

Clinical Intervention Study in the Primary Care Setting of Patients With High Plasma Fibrinogen (EFAP)

Objectives: - To study the possible effects of an intensive lifestyle change program on, the plasma fibrinogen levels in patients with no cardiovascular disease, with a high fibrinogen and normal cholesterol levels, and moderate Cardiovascular Risk (CVR). - To analyse whether or not the effect on fibrinogen is independent of the effect on lipids. Methods: Controlled, randomised clinical trial in 13 Basic Health Areas (BHA) in L'Hospitalet de ...

Neighborhood-Level Influences on All-Cause Mortality

To test the independent and interrelated effects of the neighborhood social environment, the neighborhood physical environment, and individual risk factors in predicting all-cause and cardiovascular disease mortality.

Stanford Five-City Multifactor Risk Reduction Study

To conduct a large-scale demonstration and education project designed to evaluate the feasibility and effectiveness of long-term community health education directed toward lowering cardiovascular disease risk, morbidity, and mortality. Targeted risk factors included general lifestyle, smoking, blood pressure, nutrition and weight, and exercise. The program was evaluated by biennial cross-sectional independent surveys, longitudinal studies, and morbidity and mortality surveilla...

Cardiovascular Disease Mortality in The NAS-NRC Twin Registry

To analyze cardiovascular disease mortality and total mortality in the NAS-NRC Twin Registry using a new methodology that allowed for censored observations of outcomes, environmental covariates, and unmeasured genotype-environment interactions.


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