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21:38 EDT 24th September 2018 | BioPortfolio

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Wool Clothing for the Management of Childhood Atopic Dermatitis

The study is a sequentially recruited, cross-over-cohort, outpatient-based evaluation of the effectiveness of wool clothing, as compared to standard clothing, in reducing the severity of childhood atopic dermatitis over two consecutive six-week periods.


Tick-borne Illness and Clothing Study of Rhode Island

Lyme and other tick-borne diseases pose a significant health threat to outdoor workers. This study is a double-blind randomized controlled trial of outdoor workers in Rhode Island and the surrounding area that will address the following study aims: 1) Evaluate the effectiveness of LLPI clothing in preventing tick bites among outdoor workers in Lyme endemic areas; 2) Measure the urine levels of permethrin metabolites in study subjects; and 3) Measure the loss over time of knockd...

Passive Prophylaxis of Lyme Disease Using Permethrin Treated Clothes

Hypothesis: Does treatment of lower extremity clothing with permethrin prevent Lyme disease? This is a double-blind, randomized clinical trial using permethrin treatment of clothing to prevent Lyme disease.


Sunscreen: Persistence of Sun Protection Factor and the Influence on Vitamin D

The investigators want to investigate whether sunscreen is removed by clothing and to what extend when the amount of sunscreen applied varies.Does clothing reduce the SPF when clothes are put on 20, 8, or 4 minutes after sunscreen application? The investigators also want to investigate the persistence of sunscreen during eight hours indoor. How much does the SPF reduces? Furthermore, we want to investigate whether sunscreen in the layers 2, 1, and 0.5 mg/cm2 reduce the vitamin ...

Pilot Study to Assess the Quantitative Dermal Transfer Efficiencies of Solids for Multiple Transfer Pathways

Dermal transfer efficiency has been defined as the amount of material that moves from one surface to another following contact. The investigators propose to measure dermal transfer efficiency for the following pathways: (1) object to skin, (2) skin to skin, (3) skin to mouth, (4) clothing to skin, (5) gloves to skin, and (6) air to skin. First, the quantitative dermal transfer will be measured for the two selected test substances (lead, Tinopal) for each of these six pathways....

HRME: Screening for Cervical Cancer and Its Precursors in Low‐Resource Settings

A new mobile diagnostic and treatment unit is being developed by BCH to address the loss-to follow-up associated with the mobile screening program and demonstrate POC diagnosis by HRME. The mobile diagnostic and treatment unit will be equipped with the tools and infrastructure necessary to perform HRME, VIA, colposcopy, biopsy and treatment with cryotherapy. A team of a colposcopist, nurse, nursing assistant, and driver will staff the mobile diagnostic and treatment unit. The u...

A New Clinical Pathway for Patients With Fractured Neck of Femur

The intention is to evaluate the effectiveness of a multi-factorial medical treatment of patients with hip fractures in a specially designed unit for elderly hip fracture patients (orthogeriatric unit) as compared to traditional care in an orthopedic unit.

Incidence Of Hepatitis In Intensive Care Unit

The aim is to investigate incidence of HBsAg, anti-HCV in serum samples and evaluation of biomarkers taken from patients who were followed the intensive care unit of Sakarya University Training and Research Hospital and The intensive care unit attracts attention by making health workers more susceptible to the risk of hepatitis.

Comparison of Tramadol Orally Versus an Optimized Dose of Intravenous Tramadol for Postoperative Pain Relief in Ambulatory Surgery

The purpose of this study is to compare the administration of 1 unit dose of 50 mg tramadol perorally given in 3 unit dosages versus tramadol IV given in 3 unit dosage of 35 mg during the first 6 hours postoperatively and to investigate the time course and accuracy of pain relief versus the onset and duration of side effects. The first unit dose will be administered at arrival at the PACU when a Visual Analogue Pain (VAS) score of more than 3 is reached. The second and third un...

A Myeloablative Conditioning Regimen and Total Body Irradiation Followed by the Transplantation for Patients With Hematological Malignancy

In this study two cord blood collections will be used to increase the number of cord blood cells you will receive on transplant day. We call this a "double unit" cord blood transplant. A previous study suggests double unit cord blood transplant may have a better result. The main purpose of this study is to find out how good a cord blood transplant using two cord blood collections from two different babies is at curing you of your cancer. Double unit cord blood transplants are n...

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BNP Therapy Observation Unit Outcomes STudy (BOOST)

We hypothesize that patients admitted to an ED observation unit will have a decreased rate of hospital admissions and ED recidivism when treated with natriuretic peptide versus standard therapy. We also hypothesize that decreasing B-type Natriuretic Peptide levels during treatment in an ED observation unit will predict these patient outcomes.

Music Intervention for Agitation Reduction in the Pediatric Intensive Care Unit

The objective of this study is to administer music therapy to patients in the pediatric intensive care unit (PICU) in order to observe how music affects patient agitation, vital signs, and overall recovery in the unit.

Day-care Unit for Patients With Refractory Heart Failure

The Day-Care Unit for Patients With Refractory Heart Failure (DayCare-HF) is an observational study on selected patients with advanced refractory heart failure. The purpose of the study was to examine the comprehensive management of HF in the day-care unit in terms of the safety and its impact on the rehospitalization and mortality rates in patients with advanced refractory HF.

TRUST-tPA: Therapeutic Trial Evaluating Efficacy of Telemedicine (TELESTROKE) of Patients With Acute Stroke

The objective is to evaluate decision making of i.v. tPA treatment in acute stroke within 3 hours of symptom onset either remotely via videoconferencing system (investigational arm) beginning of treatment on-site and then transfer to stroke unit vs. decision after immediate transfer to stroke unit (usual care arm). Ten remote hospitals are connected to the BICHAT stroke unit. All patients will have stroke unit care at BICHAT hospital. Primary end-point is rankin 0-1 at 3 months...

Future of the Older Patients After Intensive Care Unit

Estimate the future six months after the admission in an intensive care unit of the patients of 85 and more years old in terms of autonomy.

Antiseptic Scrub Contamination and Transmission Trial

This study is a prospective, blinded, randomized, controlled trial (RCT) with a crossover design to determine if antiseptic-impregnated surgical scrubs decrease the burden of healthcare providers (HCP) clothing contamination compared to standard, control surgical scrubs following a 12-hour ICU shift.

Burnout and Approach to Bereavement Initiatives in a Medical Intensive Care Unit (ICU)

Given the stress, exhaustion and close interface with death that Intensive Care Unit (ICU) health care providers face, this study will evaluate burnout rates in intensive care unit (icu) physicians, nurses and ancillary staff. Investigators will also study the effect on a bereavement card on these burnout rates

Feasibility and Acceptability of Orthotic Shorts for People With Multiple Sclerosis

Walking can be slow and unsteady in people with multiple sclerosis (MS). This study will investigate whether orthotic shorts might help. Orthotic shorts are similar to the tight clothing believed to improve performance in athletes. Research suggests that such shorts help stroke survivors to walk faster. Some people with MS find that similar garments improve coordination and stability. Public funding is controversial because there is no research investigating whether they work ...

Artemether-Lumefantrine (AL) Unit Dose Pre-packs Versus Blister Packs

The purpose of this study is to determine if adherence and effectiveness of AL in the treatment of uncomplicated malaria in children aged under five years using blister packs with pictorial leaflets can be at levels comparable to those with unit dosed age specific pre-packs.

SMaRT Blood: Single-unit Versus Multiple-unit Packed Red Blood Cell Transfusion in Non-acute Postpartum Anemia

There is a paucity of data on management of non-acute postpartum anemia. Although blood transfusions were historically initiated with 2 units, the most recent recommendation from the American Association of Blood Banks is to begin with 1 unit. As no randomized controlled trials have been performed in obstetrics, the investigators propose a randomized, controlled trial in non-acute postpartum anemia comparing single- versus multiple-unit transfusion by total numbers of units tra...

Implants on Mobile Health Unit

This study explores reasons why adolescents choose to receive a nexplanon implant and remove a Nexplanon implant. Nexplanon is provided as part of the standard of care on the University of Chicago mobile health unit. This study explores reasons for implantation and removal of Nexplanon on this mobile health unit.

SHIFTING OF ANESTHESIS PHYSICIANS OUT OF THE INTENSIVE CARE UNIT

Numerous studies dealt with the hospital doctors' work but little is known about the work of ICU doctors, especially concerning the medical time spent outside the Intensive Care Unit (ICU) which is a significant workload that has never been evaluated to date. The main objective of our study was to evaluate the time spent by ICU doctors outside the unit, for the management of their patients during the IHT and for the care of patients in other departments. Secondary objectives we...

Noise Impact in the Post-anesthesia Care Unit

World health organization recommends noise level should be less than 30db in hospital. However many analysis conclude to an average of 67dB in the post anesthesia care unit. No many studies were reported about noise impact in a post-anesthesia care unit. Only one was published by B.Allaouchiche in 2002. However, noise is a complaint reported by patients and it could be responsible for physiological and psychological troubles. In this prospective study, the main objective is to ...

BEnefits of Stroke Treatment Delivered Using a Mobile Stroke Unit

The primary goal of this project is to carry out a trial comparing pre-hospital diagnosis and treatment of patients with stroke symptoms using a Mobile Stroke Unit (MSU) with subsequent transfer to a Comprehensive Stroke Center (CSC) Emergency Department (ED) for further management, to standard pre-hospital triage and transport by Emergency Medical Services (EMS) to a CSC ED for evaluation and treatment (Standard Management-SM).

Enhanced Firefighter Rehab Trial: The Role of Aspirin in Preventing Heat Stress Induced Platelet Activation

The purpose of this study is to determine if aspirin taken by firefighters prevents platelets from becoming sticky when body temperature rises during work in protective clothing.


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