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Non-Invasive Bioelectronic Analytics

Biomarkers can be evaluated to provide information about disease presence or intensity and treatment efficacy. By recording these biomarkers through noninvasive clinical techniques, it is possible to gain information about the autonomic nervous system (ANS), which involuntarily regulates and adapts organ systems in the body. Machine learning and signal processing methods have made it possible to quantify the behavior of the ANS by statistically analyzing recorded signals. This ...

The Effects of Prolonged Standing Compared to Prolonged Sitting on Postprandial Lipemia

The effects of 12 hours of prolonged standing will be compared to prolonged standing on a high fat tolerance test the following day. Plasma triglycerides, insulin, and glucose will be measured in a crossover study design.

Cognitive and Motor Benefits of Standing

Upright-working has been proven to benefit health by combating the negative effects of physical inactivity. However, long-term commitment to static standing regimens may be limited due to symptoms of musculoskeletal fatigue that may develop during prolonged static standing in the absence of facilitated weight shifting. We propose a dynamic standing approach (working while standing accompanied by small periodic stepping movements) as a more tolerable and thereby more applicative...

Arm Training in Standing After Stroke

This study will examine the feasibility of providing task-oriented arm training in standing or during walking in individuals with movement deficits due to stroke. Participants will received 24 sessions of arm training in standing over an 8-week period that focus on arm and hand function.

The Effects of Standing Tutorials on Problem-Based Learning (PBL) Among Undergraduate Students

Problem-based learning (PBL) is an education model utilized by Maastricht University and many other universities worldwide. PBL occurs in small, collaborative tutorials, under the facilitation of a tutor. This study explores the effects of standing tutorials, compared against sitting tutorials, on PBL among undergraduate students. A quantitative approach will be taken to objectively measure students' learning, and a qualitative approach will be taken to obtain a deeper understa...

Cross-over Study of Three Modular Devices for Aid in Patient Standing and Transfer

The main objective of this study is to evaluate via a physiological analysis of the movements involved in standing, the level of forward flexion of the spine (in cm on the horizontal axis) obtained with the apparatus "Tina" and to compare levels obtained in the same patients with stander/transfer devices "Turner" and "Vertic'Easy".

The Impact of Prolonged Standing on Musculoskeletal Pain

This is a cross-sectional and prospective cohort study using a biopsychosocial approach to investigate office workers at risk of standing-induced musculoskeletal pain. The purpose of this study is to determine which factors are associated with developing or worsening of musculoskeletal pain (changes in the Visual Analogue Scale from baseline) during a 60 minute standing paradigm.

Standing Trunk Extension and Spinal Height in Low Back Pain

Background: Standing trunk extension postures have been used for many years as a mechanical approach to low back pain (LBP), sometimes directed by therapeutic intervention, sometimes subconsciously performed by patientsto relieve LBP. However, no study to date has investigated the effect of standing trunk extension postures on spinal height and clinical outcome measures. Objective: The purpose of this study will be to evaluate in subjects with LBP following a period of t...

Accuracy of a Diagnostic Algorithm for the Differential Diagnosis of Vertigo in the ED: the STANDING.

This study evaluate the diagnostic accuracy of a simplified clinical algorithm (STANDING) for the differential diagnosis of acute vertigo in the emergency department. In particular, we want to investigate the sensitivity and specificity of the test for the diagnosis of vertigo of central origin and the reproducibility of the test. In suspected central vertigo of ischemic origin, we perform a duplex sonography to identify vertebral artery pathology.

The Postural Control in Patients After Total Hip Replacement

Total hip replacement (THR) is the procedure which can improve the quality of life in patients with osteoarthritis. However, deficits in static stability and impairment of the lower limb efficiency can be observed even several months after procedure. The aim of this study was to investigate the static balance of the standing position in patients treated by THR.

Post-Physical Therapy Extension of In-Home Dynamic Standing Table Use in Parkinson Disease

When postural imbalance and gait difficulties emerge in subjects with Parkinson disease, patients are typically referred for a number of physical therapy sessions. However, there is a critical gap in clinical practice on what to do once patients have completed their therapy sessions. To fill this gap, the study team has developed a standing table with a tabletop system that encourages weight shifting during upright standing ("dynamic standing table"), and therefore may be a uni...

Standing Cognition and Co-morbidities of POTS Evaluation

The purpose of this study is to evaluate cognition in patients with postural tachycardia syndrome (POTS) while lying down and standing and to assess the prevalence of hypermobile Ehlers-Danlos Syndrome in POTS.

Standing, Stepping and Voluntary Movement Spinal Cord Epidural Stimulation

This study will determine the level of functional gain, below the injury for voluntary control of movements, and recovery standing and stepping function as a result of activation of spinal circuits with scES in humans with severe paralysis. Training will consist of practicing stepping, standing and voluntary movements in the presence of specific scES configurations designed specific for stepping (Step-scES), specific for standing (Stand-scES) and for the voluntary movements of ...

Stand if You Can - A Standing Intervention

It is currently unknown if reducing sitting time, an activity that is highly prevalent in frail older adults living in long term care (LTC) facilities, is associated with an improvement in physical capacity such as walking speed. Simple tasks such as walking speed is associated with important outcomes for residents in LTC such as autonomy and hospitalization. The investigators hypothesize that standing an additional 100 minutes per week for 24 weeks will result in a clinically ...

BreathID Multi-Center HCV Liver Breath Test Study

The goal of this study is to validate the BreathID 13C-methacetin breath test (MBT) as a non-invasive simple-to-use metabolic test, which could be utilized to detect severe liver fibrosis (>2 in METAVIR) in patients with chronic HCV liver disease.The test is a breath-test using a free-standing device (BreathID®) that measures metabolization of a 13C-labeled substrate (13C-methacetin) in real time.

Home-Based Walking Study

Older persons with diabetes have a harder time maintaining blood pressure when standing up. When blood pressure drops when standing up, fainting may occur. This study will see how regular exercise can improve the ability of the body to keep blood pressure up when standing. We want to see how this improvement varies with a home-based walking program.

A Hemodynamic Comparison of Stationary and Portable Pneumatic Compression Devices

We are comparing two pneumatic compression devices, VenaFlow (stationary) and MCS (portable) in both the supine an standing position. We will start supine and will take 3 baseline measurements of venous velocity and then apply a device and take 3 measurements of the increase in peak venous velocity. We will repeat this with the second device. We will then have the subject stand and repeat the above with each device. We will randomize the order of the devices in the supine a...

Breathing Device in Postural Orthostatic Tachycardia Syndrome (POTS)

The investigators will test whether breathing through an inspiratory resistance device will improve the ability to be upright and decrease heart rate increases on standing in patients with postural tachycardia syndrome.

The Effect of Deep Inhalation on Mannitol Responsiveness

The study will assess how the inhalation technique used (deep inhalations versus tidal breathing) influences the results of a mannitol challenge test and a methacholine challenge test, if at all.

Ambulation Versus Standing on Postoperative Day 0: A Randomized, Controlled Trial

The purpose of this study is to determine the impact of the timing of physical therapy (PT) initiation on postoperative length of stay and the time to physical therapy clearance following total knee replacement.

Reducing Orthostatic Intolerance With Oral Rehydration in Myalgic Encephalomyelitis/Chronic Fatigue Syndrome Patients

We and others have shown that many younger patients with Myalgic Encephalomyelitis/Chronic Fatigue Syndrome (ME/CFS) have orthostatic intolerance (OI), i.e., they can't tolerate prolonged standing. OI in ME/CFS is often accompanied by either postural tachycardia syndrome (POTS) in which standing results in an excessive heart rate, and neurally mediated hypotension (NMH) in which standing causes a fall in blood pressure and fainting. Intravenous fluids can alleviate these sympto...

Abnormal QT-Response to the Sudden Tachycardia Provoked by Standing in Individuals With Drug-induced Long QT Syndrome

The drug-induced long QT syndrome (diLQTS) describes a clinical entity in which administration of a drug produces marked prolongation of the QT interval of the electrocardiogram, associated with the development of a polymorphic ventricular tachycardia, termed torsades de pointes (TdP). The heart rate is an important variable affecting the QT interval. The QT interval normally shortens as the heart rate accelerates; however, the adaptation of the QT interval to sudden heart rate...

Effects of Whole Body Vibration in People With Chronic Stroke

The overall aim of the proposed study is to determine whether whole body vibration is beneficial in promoting bone health, physical fitness and neuromotor performance in patients with chronic stroke. Subjects in the experimental group will undergo whole body vibration therapy (1 session per day, 3 sessions per week) for 8 weeks. The vibration frequency used in this study will be 30Hz. The total duration of exposure to vibration for the experimental group will be 10 minut...

Correlation of 6-Minute Walk Test and Neuromuscular Parameters in the Elderly

The six-minute walk test had been used to assessment the cardiopulmonary parameter in patients with lung and heart disease. And it has good reliability and validity. It has been used extensively in research into the aerobic capacity in patients of peripheral vascular disease, neural system disease, and even the muscular-skeletal system disease, such as osteoarthritis, total hip or knee arthroplasty. There were studies investigate the predictors based on cardiopulmonary factors,...

Importance of Patient Positioning at Cough Test When Considering Success Following Sling Procedures

This is a prospective study to assess the feasibility and success of performing an intra-operative standing cough test and the correlation with the long term success of the sling surgery.

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