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We list hundreds of Clinical Trials about "Self Anamnesis with Conversational User Interface Concept Usability" on BioPortfolio. We draw our references from global clinical trials data listed on ClinicalTrials.gov and refresh our database daily.
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Pre-anesthesia assessment is an important part of anesthesiologists daily routine. A thorough assessment leads to an impeccable anesthesia plan. In the past, the department of anesthesiologist in NTUH (National Taiwan University Hospital) utilizes paper assessment form. As government policy leans towards digitization, the department of anesthesiologist in NTUH collaborates with the information technology office to develop an electronic pre-anesthesia assessment system called EV...
Conversational agents (CAs) are computer-powered digital coaches designed to form long-term social-emotional connections with users through conversations. We have developed a CA for cigarette smoking cessation, called QuitBot. In a two-arm pilot randomized trial (N = 300), we will compare the QuitBot CA (n = 150) with national government smoking cessation text messaging programSmokefree TXT (n = 150), to assess 12-week usability, receptivity, and preliminary cessation results.
The purpose of this study is to validate the user interface of TOBI Podhaler by establishing that the product can support safe and effective use for the intended users
The GlucoMe device, in its original packaging, along with the user manual and QuickStart guide will be provided to the patient in a simulated home use environment. The patient labeling will be in the format intended for distribution. Ten (10) subjects identified as potential end users of the GlucoMe device will receive the user manual. An additional ten (10) subjects also identified as potential end users of the GlucoMe device will NOT receive the user manual. All subjects ...
A randomized trial comparing LARC uptake and satisfaction after either video or conversational-based contraceptive counseling for pregnant women in labor.
This study is designed to evaluate the information provided to the clinicians by the surgical imaging device. It is also to gain insight on the user interface and how "user friendly" it is to the clinician.
This study will conduct a preliminary evaluation of and obtain user data on a novel game-based visual interface for stroke gait training. Study participants will complete one session comprising exposure to gait biofeedback systems in an order determined by block randomization (3 blocks). Participants will be exposed to 3 types of biofeedback interfaces: - the anterior ground reaction forces (AGRF) biofeedback game (projector-display, non-augmented reality [AR]) ...
The EatWellUK study aims to investigate the effectiveness of a mobile web application (e-Nutri), capable of delivering automated personalised nutrition advice, in increasing diet quality. Dietary assessment is via the validated Food4Me FFQ (with an updated user interface that has been designed for better usability) and dietary feedback is derived according to adherence to an 11-item modified US Alternative Healthy Eating Index (m-AHEI).
The importance of physical activity and exercise-based interventions in neuro-orthopaedic rehabilitation is undisputed. Yet, patients and clinicians do not implement minimally required doses of physical activity in standard rehabilitation programs. This is partly due to intrinsic factors such as motivation, or due to physical condition that prevent any kind of exercise. In most cases, however, it is owed to limited time spent with therapists who would be able to supervise and a...
FDA requires that the user's guide be provided with any over-the-counter (OTC) medical device. It is beneficial to demonstrate that the user's guide for a new medical device is broadly comprehensible where the device will be provided without prescription and direct physician counseling. Therefore, a population of subjects will be tested to determine whether they can properly use the BeActive Brace device after reading the user's guide.
The Adaptive, Real-time, Intelligent System to Enhance Self-care of chronic diseases (ARISES) project will use type 1 diabetes (T1DM) as an exemplary case study to demonstrate safety, technical proof of concept and efficacy of a novel mobile platform. Combining wearable sensors and smartphone technology, a range of biological, environmental and behavioural data will be analysed to provide real-time therapeutic and lifestyle decision support. Using Case-Based-Reasoning (CBR), th...
Chronic pain is a serious concern that disproportionately affects Veterans compared to the general public; Veterans are diagnosed with chronic pain at particularly high rates (47 - 56%) with a 40% greater rate of severe pain than non-Veterans. Veterans with chronic pain face numerous negative functional outcomes, including decreased ability to complete daily work activities, less social support from and closeness with family members, increased chronic health conditions (e.g., c...
The EatWellQ8 study aims to investigate the effectiveness of a mobile web application (e-Nutri), capable of delivering automated personalised nutrition advice, compared with face-to-face nutritional advice, in increasing diet quality. Dietary assessment is via the validated Food4Me FFQ (with an updated user interface that has been designed for better usability) and dietary feedback is derived according to adherence to an 11-item modified US Alternative Healthy Eating Index (m-...
The purpose of the usability and pilot testing for the project "Developing a Bi-national Buddy Intervention for Smoking Cessation and Cultural Education" is to better understand how users interact with the smoking cessation app, and to improve the product based on the results. In pilot testing the smoking cessation app the investigators will examine the feasibility of our approach. The usability testing portion of the study is intended primarily to improve on the design of the ...
This investigation is designed to evaluate the performance as well as the patients overall acceptance of the interface.
The purpose of this study is to demonstrate the usability of the system.
This research aims to investigate the feasibility for the treatment of OnPulse(TM) for the treatment of faecal incontinence (FI) (including mixed faecal and urinary incontinence) in older people living at home or in a Care Home. It will determine patient acceptability, tolerability and usability of the T-2 gekoTM device for FI by assessing: 1. device user factors: acceptability of use, ease of device placement, ease of device interface control and understanding of devic...
To evaluate the role of the LungPoint VBN System in the bronchoscopic access to a target location. The evaluation will explore: - Ability of the system to guide a user to one or more target site(s) - Ease of use of the system (assessment of the user interface) - Incremental value brought by the use of the system to the successful completion of a case.
This study is an 8-week usability and feasibility trial of the smartphone student stress-management app IntelliCare for college students. This intervention will be tested with University of Illinois at Chicago (UIC) and Northern Illinois University (NIU) students. During this period, research surveys assessing depression and anxiety can be completed on the app. Also, user feedback interviews will be conducted viatelephone at four weeks and at eight weeks to gain insight on the ...
The study is a two-armed randomized cross-over comparison of leakage with nasal prongs and nasal mask interface in newborn infants treated with CPAP, born after 28 weeks of gestational age. For infants with an interface leakage, the trial also includes an observational part evaluating simple measures to reduce leakage. The study will be carried out in the Karolinska University Hospital Stockholm and in the Östersund Hospital.
Usability Study of the Commercial Auto-injector Device and the New Auto-injector Device (SYDNEY) in Patients With High or Very High CV Risk With Hypercholesterolemia Not Adequately Controlled With Their Lipid-Modifying Therapy
Primary Objective: To collect real-use (usability) data assessing the robustness and user interaction of the new alirocumab auto-injector device (which is referred to as SYDNEY), in unsupervised settings. Secondary Objective: Device-related: - To collect real-use (usability) data assessing the robustness and user interaction of SYDNEY and the current alirocumab auto-injector device (which is referred to as AI) in supervised settings. Pharmaco...
Obstructive sleep apnoea (OSA) is characterised by a partial or complete collapse of the upper airway during sleep. The treatment of choice for OSA is Continuous Positive Airway Pressure (CPAP). CPAP acts as a positive airway splint, delivering a fixed positive airway pressure to the upper airway via a tube and mask. Humidification is used during CPAP therapy to improve the comfort of the delivered air and to alleviate nasal dryness/congestion. The latest design of a CPAP devi...
The research addresses the question of the number of participants needed to identify as many usability-induced errors as possible in the context of summative usability tests. The research addresses also the impact of the ecological validity of the test environment on the number of usability-induced errors uncovered.
This is a study of the electronical dosing tool MedicPen and it's qualities with regards to user friendliness and medication compliance.
The principal aim of the eMOM GDM-project is to evaluate the effect of the eMOM GDM -application and the integrated service concept model on maternal and neonatal outcomes. In the first phase of the project the investigators evaluate the usability, functionality and acceptability of developed eMOM GDM application and used sensors (continuous glucose meter, accelerometer, speech-enabled food record, optical pulse, beat-to-beat heart rate).