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App-technology to Improve Healthy Lifestyle Behaviors Among Working Adults

The aim of this study is to evaluate if modern technology such as smartphone applications can be used to facilitate lifestyle changes and thereby improve health-related quality of life in gainfully employed persons in the general population in Stockholm, Sweden. The hypothesis is that at follow-up, the intervention group that use the new application will have improved health-related quality of life and other lifestyle habits including diet, physical activity and sleep, as well ...

Study of the Effect of the VR Technology on Recovery of the Autonomic Nervous System in Volunteers Affected by Strees.

The study assess the effect of the VR technology (Pure Purr technology) on the recovery of the autonomic nervous system in healthy volunteers affected by moderate stress. Study subject randomized into two groups: in Group 1 volunteers first be tested with the VR headset A, and during the next visit- headset B. Group 2 volunteers first be tested with the VR headset B, and during the next visit- headset A. Before, after and during VR session was conducted stress modulation and EC...

The Application of Wearable Technology to Improve the Physical Activity Level of People With Chronic Mental Illness

The object is to develop a physical activity promotion program by applying social cognitive theory and wearable technology and evaluate its feasibility in people with MI Stage I: Accuracy, Acceptability, Feasibility. Stage II: Effectiveness Analysis In stage II, will conduct a single-blinded, randomized controlled study. 90 participants will be randomly assigned to experimental group or control group. The intervention for both groups will last for 12 weeks, with a 12-week of ...

User Evaluation of the Peristomal Skin Condition in Ostomates Using ConvaTec Moldable Technology™

The primary aim of this study is to demonstrate the maintenance of healthy peri-stomal skin over a two month period in subjects who use ConvaTec Moldable Technology™ Skin Barriers as part of their standard protocol of care following surgery.

Artificial Shrinkage of Fresh Blastocysts

The aim of the study is to determine if collapsing an embryo (or making it fold compactly by taking away its fluid) before the transfer in the uterine cavity improves pregnancy rates in assisted reproductive technology (ART). Women coming to our ART center will be randomized in two groups : the collapsing group and a control group. Pregnancy rates will be compared in the two groups. A biomarker (cell free DNA) will also be determined in each group and correlated to preg...

The BEST Study: The Efficacy of Brain Entrainment Sleep Technology in Military Healthcare Beneficiaries

Brain Entrainment Technology (BET), also known as Binaural Beat Technology (BBT); is an auditory-neurophysiologic technique which uses auditory tones (often embedded in music, nature sounds or white noise) dichotically via stereo headphones to manipulate brainwave activity in turn affecting the listener's mental, physical and/or emotional state. Although this technology is widely marketed to the general public and can be found free in on the internet, only a hand full of scient...

Monitoring Physical Activity (Fitbit)

The purpose of this study is to examine the effect of monitoring and sharing physical activity outcomes (using Fitbit technology) on physical activity participation in those who have received an exercise prescription from their physician. Primary research question: Does shared physical activity outcomes from wearable technology with a participant's physician improve overall physical activity over 3 months compared to shared outcomes with a family member, unshared outcomes (nor...

Study With Information Technology (IT) - Aided Preventive Program in Schizophrenia

Information Technology-aided Program of Relapse Prevention in Schizophrenia (ITAREPS) will decrease the number of hospitalizations in patients with schizophrenia or schizoaffective disorder who are treated in the outpatient psychiatric setting, as evidenced by the reduction of the total number of hospitalizations due to relapse of psychosis at the end of the 12-months follow-up period in the active ITAREPS group compared to the control (treatment-as-usual) group.

Telemedicine Crohn's Disease and Ulcerative Colitis (TECCU)

Pragmatic clinical trial, randomized, controlled parallel, 3 group (group technology platform, call group and control group), developed in the monograph Reference Unit of Inflammatory Bowel Disease Valencia (single-center).

Establish a Non-invasive Prenatal Genotyping and Extraction Technology to Diagnose and Treat the HDN.

To establish a genotyping and extraction technology of non invasive prenatal diagnosis for fetal blood group genotype from cell-free fetal DNA in peripheral blood of pregnant women. To achieve prenatal accurate identification of fetal blood group genotypes,and provide credible theoretical evidence for the prenatal diagnosis and treatment of hemolytic disease of newborn (HDN).

Reducing Sedentary Behaviour With Technology

Cancer-related fatigue (CRF) can be experienced by individuals with Prostate Cancer (PC), which can have profound effects on their well-being. Although physical activity has been shown to improve CRF, the recommended levels are generally not met. Step count and distance traveled information can help individuals to increase their physical activity. Wearable technology (WEAR) provides the user with feedback of their physical activity which can motivate behaviour change. Similarly...

Safety and Efficacy of Using GlucoSat Technology For Non-Invasive Glucose Measurement

This study is a prospective, open label, controlled, single center study. 40 patients will be recruited for the study, according to patients’ inflow and meeting eligibility criteria. Primary Goal * To evaluate the safety of the GlucoSat technology as a non-invasive blood glucose level measurement technology. Secondary Goal * To assess the efficacy of the GlucoSat technology as a non-invasive blood glucose level measurement technology.

A Pilot Test of t:Slim X2 With Control-IQ Technology

A 36-48 hour admission testing the t:slim X2 with Control-IQ Technology

A Study of Preimplantation Genetic Screening With Next Generation Sequencing Technology on Advanced Age Women

With the development of society, more and more aged pregnant women because of various reasons, their abnormality rate of egg chromosome was higher than that of young women, then the abnormality rate of embryo chromosome is higher too, so the pregnancy rate in aged women is lower, abortion rate is higher. In order to improve the pregnancy rate in aged women, cut down their abortion rate 、fetal birth with abnormal chromosome, and the risk of pregnancy termination after the pren...

Endoleak Repair Guided by Navigation Technology

The study is aimed at investigating whether repair of endoleak type II can be improved by adding navigation technology. Can this technology increase precision by guiding the needle that punctures through the skin as used during the repair procedure? Can the procedure logistics be improved by using navigation technology instead of computed tomography (CT) guidance of the needle puncture? Parameters logged during the procedure: - was the needle placement successful? ...

Improving Outcomes Using Technology for Children Who Are DHH

This study evaluates the efficacy of using augmentative and alternative communication (AAC) technology for enhancing language development in children who are deaf or hard of hearing. Half of the participants will receive AAC technology with their speech and language therapy and half will continue with their usual care models.

Columbia Moves Physical Activity

The purpose of this study is to evaluate the effect of adding a team competition comprised of members of existing social networks to a technology-delivered program for enhancing physical activity among insufficiently active adults.

A Patient-centered Intervention Using Technology to Reduce Colorectal Cancer Disparities in Primary Care

The purpose of this proposal is to test the efficacy of a patient-centered, tailored message intervention delivered via virtual technology for increasing colorectal cancer (CRC) screening within guidelines among racial/ethnic minority and rural patients. This protocol focuses on the clinical portion of grant NCI 1RCA207689-01A1

Playware Technology for Balance Training

This study evaluates the use of Playware technology for balance training. Falling among elder is a costly problem. Research shows that training can help prevent falls. Pilot studies of the use of Interactive Modular Tiles (IMT) show that the participants can highly increase their physical abilities. The interventions group will train using interactive modular tiles. The tiles include preprogrammed games that create playful training for the participants. The control grou...

SMS Technology for the Promotion of Diabetes Education and Self-Management in Egypt

This study was conducted at the teaching hospital of Misr University for Science & Technology. It aimed to examine the use of SMS technology in educating and monitoring diabetic patients in Egypt, and assess the impact of educational text messages on their glycemic control and self-management behaviors. Participants were randomized into an intervention and a control group. Intervention patients received an instruction booklet as well as daily educational and weekly reminder mes...

Experimental Control Investigation of the Impact of Assistive Technology on the User-caregiver Dyad: a Multi-site Trial

The purpose of this study is to determine the effectiveness of an assistive technology updating and tune up intervention on users and their caregivers. This intervention includes 4 components: - an in-residence assessment of the mobility preferences of the older person and his/her caregiver - a detailed review of forms of assistance, technological and human, that are currently being used - recommendations by an occupational therapist for possib...

Pilot Study of the Physiological Effects of an Integrative Medicine Approach in Irritable Bowel Syndrome

Although underutilized, what is emerging as one of the best ways of evaluating inflammation in the body, particularly in difficult to observe regions, is through the use of Fluorodeoxyglucose (FDG) positron emission tomography (PET). FDG is taken up in the body much like glucose and is particularly taken up in areas of inflammation where there is increased metabolism. Therefore, this technology can be used to assess inflammation, and measure the reduction in inflammation as the...

PMCF Study of the CLS Brevius Stem With Kinectiv Technology

This study is a multi-center, prospective, non-controlled post-market surveillance study. The primary objective of this study is to confirm the safety and performance of the CLS Brevius stem with Kinectiv technology by obtaining implant survivorship and clinical outcomes data for the commercially available stem.

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Use of Near Infrared Technology as a Guide in Laparoscopic Resection of Pancreatic Lesions: the COLPAN "Colour-and-resect" Project

The purpose of this study is to determine whether the use of Near-Infrared Technology can guide the laparoscopic resection of hypervascular neoplasms of the pancreas.

Non Invasive Electrical Impedance Technology (EIT) for Diagnosing Liver Diseases Severity

The aims of this study are to assess the performance of the non-invasive Electrical Impedance Technology (EIT) in evaluating the liver fibrosis stage in patients with chronic liver diseases, in comparisons with a liver biopsy and/or Shear wave elastography and Liver Ultrasonography. The second aim is comparing between Liver Ultrasonography and Electrical Impedance Technology (EIT) to quantify the hepatic steatosis grade in patients with Non Alcoholic Fatty Liver Disease ...

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