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Intrapartum Effect of Vancomycin on Rectovaginal GBS Colonization

The aim of this project is to identify the duration of vancomycin administration at which group B streptococcus (GBS) colonization is eradicated from the vaginal and recto-vaginal mucosa. This will aid in labor management and delivery planning to ensure that the mother receives adequate GBS prophylaxis while also minimizing the duration of exposure to vancomycin. In addition, this could prevent unnecessary prolonged hospitalization or septic workup of neonates whose mothers rec...


Feasibility of Bladder Stimulation in Infants

Randomize trial by including patients up to 12 months old in whom a urine sample by a non-sterile method was requested under physician criteria. Intention-to-treat analysis was made. Urine dipstick was considered as altered if it was positive in leukoesterase test (≥2+) or nitrite test. In patients with an altered urine dipstick, a sterile sample was obtained for culture. If there was an initial altered urine dipstick with a subsequent negative urine culture it was con...

Laparoscopic Surgery for Severe Recto-vaginal Endometriosis

To determine the quality of life following the radical excision of recto-vaginal endometriosis.


Study Evaluating the Optimal Dosage for Equivalence Between Lcr Regenerans® Capsules and Tablets (Lactobacillus Rhamnosus Lcr35®) on the Vaginal Flora Colonisation

The primary objective of this study is to study the vaginal flora colonisation equivalence between the tablet and capsule dosage forms of a treatment with Lcr Regenerans® between D0 (V1) and Dend of treatment.

Estimation of Vascularization After Treatment of Deep Rectovaginal Endometriosis Node by Rectal Shaving

Indocyanine green is a dye, using in surgery to bring out the intraoperative evaluation of tissue perfusion. After intravenous injection of indocyanine green, using a near infrared light, the vascularisation becomes fluorescent. In endometriosis disease, the treatment of recto vaginal node can be complicated by rectovaginal fistula. An abnormal vascularisation related to the surgery would be a risk factor of post operative fistulas. The aim of this study i...

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Allogenic Stem Cells Derived From Lipoaspirates for the Treatment of Recto-vaginal Fistulas Associated to Crohn`s Disease (ALOREVA)

The purpose of this study is to determine safety and efficacy of allogenic eASCs (expanded adult stem cells) for the treatment of recto-vaginal fistula in patients with Crohn´s disease.

Urinalysis Results in Healthy Individuals

This is a prospective, observational study assessing the results of urine dipsticks on adult volunteers with no acute symptoms. We seek to determine the frequency of leukocytes or nitrites in this group of individuals.

The Implementation of Real-time PCR - Intrapartum GBS (Group B Streptococcus) Colonization to Reduce Antibiotic Prophylaxis

The implementation of real-time PCR for detection of intrapartum GBS (group B Streptococcus) colonization as a way to reduce antibiotic prophylaxis usage.

The FLIP-1 Study: Vaginal Lactobacillus Supplementation in Women at High Risk of Preterm Birth

Preterm birth (PTB) is the primary cause of infant death worldwide. It has been shown that a vaginal microbiota deplete in Lactobacillus species is a risk factor for preterm labour. Conversely a vaginal microbiota dominated by Lactobacillus crispatus appears to be protective for these adverse outcomes. A wide range of 'over the counter' Lactobacillus spp. containing products targeted at 'vaginal health' and formulated for vaginal administration are available. The primary aim of...

Validation of a PrCr Dipstick Diagnostic Test in Ghana

This evaluation will aim to generate a body of evidence that will determine performance characteristics of the current PrCr dipstick test and the feasibility of its use in target ANC settings. Data will be used to inform further product development and/or support development of an introduction framework, including the process and associated resources needed for incorporation of the PrCr test into future larger-scale demonstration studies as well as to support early product laun...

Assessment of Changes in Vaginal Microbiota Profiles Before and After Vaginal Urogynecologic Surgery

Several studies have shown interactions between vaginal microbiota and post-surgical evolution. A study conducted by our team showed a tendency for patients with complications to have a greater diversity of vaginal microbiota. The main objective of the proposed study will therefore be to evaluate the vaginal, urinary and digestive microbiota modifications during and after vaginal surgery and to correlate them with the symptoms of the urogynecological sphere.

Sildenafil Citrate and Intrapartum Fetal Distress

Induction of labour (IOL) is done for 20% of pregnancies for various maternal and fetal indications and nearly 20% of labour inductions end up in caesarean section. The most common causes are failed induction and intrapartum fetal distress. In spite of significant advances in methods of IOL and intrapartum fetal monitoring, no interventions are proven to reduce the development of intrapartum fetal distress

Variation in Urine Electrolytes, pH and Specific Gravity Throughout the Day

This study is a prospective study looking at healthy adults who will have urine collected at 4 set times throughout the course of the day. On Day 2, 3, and 4 subjects will drink a bottle of water containing True lemon and on days 2 and 3 double the amount of fluid intake from Day 1. On day 4 the subject will collect urine samples at 4 set times throughout the day. The pH of all of the urine samples will be checked with a urine dipstick and the samples will be sent to Litholink ...

Intrapartum Rapid GBS Testing in Patients Presenting With Threatened Preterm Labor

The purpose of this study is to evaluate the test characteristics of a rapid intrapartum real- time polymerase chain reaction (RT-PCR) compared to the intrapartum GBS culture as the standard in preterm patients presenting with threatened preterm labor or with obstetric indications for preterm delivery.

Intrapartum Glucose Management Among Women With Gestational Diabetes Mellitus

Gestational Diabetes Mellitus (GDM) is one of the most common medical complications of pregnancy. Neonatal hypoglycemia is a common and well described complication for infants born to mothers with GDM and diabetes mellitus (DM) and studies have linked intrapartum maternal glucose levels with neonatal hypoglycemia. While guidelines exist to guide practitioners in how to best manage intrapartum maternal glucose levels among Type I and and Type II DM, there is a paucity of data gu...

Central Venous Catheter Colonisation Among Critically Ill Patients in Intensive Care Units

Background: Central Venous catheter insertion technique and indwelling time are major risk factors for CVC colonisation. Colonisation occurs through microbial migration and biofilm formation along the catheter insertion tract. This study set out to determine the prevalence and associated factors for central venous catheter colonisation among critically ill patient. No data exists in this clinical setting addressing this topic. Methods: The study population included 100 partici...

Prophylactic Intrapartum Antibiotics and Immunological Markers for Postpartum Morbidity in HIV Positive Women

Postpartum infections are among the leading causes of maternal mortality world-wide, particularly in under-resourced countries. Available data suggests that HIV infected women are at greater risk of postpartum complications than uninfected women. In South Africa, HIV/AIDS and related infections are now cumulatively the leading causes of maternal deaths (though indirectly), with puerperal sepsis among the 5 most common causes. This was a prospective longitudinal cohort of HIV i...

Efficacy and Tolerability Study of ZP-025 Vaginal Gel for the Treatment of Vaginal Dryness

Evaluation of ZP-025 vaginal gel in terms of efficacy and safety in the treatment of vaginal dryness in post-menopausal women with vaginal atrophy in comparison to a group of non-treated post-menopausal women with vaginal atrophy after 56 consecutive days and at 4-week follow-up only for women applying ZP-025 vaginal gel.

Evaluating a Two Stage Intrapartum Fetal Assessment in India

An intrapartum fetal monitoring training programme (on intermittent auscultation and cardiotocography) will be delivered at Government Medical College (GMC) to all relevant staff. This quality improvement project and training evaluation aims to assess and evaluate the impact of this training. This will allow the investigators to understand if it is feasible and acceptable to staff, increases knowledge and improves patient outcomes.

Evaluation of Lactoferrin, Procalcitonin and Aution® Urine Dipsticks for the Diagnosis of Spontaneous Bacterial Peritonitis in Cirrhotic Patients

Bacterial infections are a major cause of mortality in cirrhotic patients in the context of gastrointestinal bleeding or spontaneous bacterial peritonitis (SBP). Rapid diagnosis of SBP is therefore an important research goal because the gold standard neutrophil count in ascitic fluid cannot be performed 24 hours a day in all healthcare structures. The use of urine dipsticks in ascites cannot be recommended at the present time due to their insufficient sensitivity with an unacce...

HPV Test of Urine and Self Collected Vaginal Samples for Cervical Cancer Screening Study

This study is a prospective observational study of human papillomavirus (HPV) testing using urine and self-collected vaginal samples for women who have atypical squamous cells of undetermined significance(ASCUS) or low grade squamous intraepithelial lesion(LSIL) on Pap test. Among women who are diagnosed with ASCUS and LSIL, HPV test is performed by collecting urine and self-collected vaginal sample in standardized condition before colposcopy, and evaluation will be performed a...

Continuous Intrapartum Support to Reduce Primary Cesarean

The objective of the study was to evaluate the intervention of intrapartum continuous support by a professional nurse with a university degree to reduce the nulliparous, term, singleton, vertex (NTSV) cesarean birth rate, in women pregnant less than 40 years in the HGZ No. 4 of the Guanajuato delegation of the Mexican Institute of Social Security, Mexico

Evaluation of Microbial Colonisation and Contamination Caused by the Transvaginal and Transabdominal Access for Cholecystectomy

Transvaginal hybrid procedures are of interest as an available NOTES procedure for the clinical routine. The gynaecologists` experiences and the available studies report on low morbidity related to the transvaginal access. However, little is known about the vaginal and intraabdominal microbial contamination due to the transvaginal approach. The aim of this cohort study is to evaluate the microbial colonisation and contamination in patients with transvaginal hybrid and conventi...

Developing a Controlled Human Infection Model for Group B Streptococcus (CHIM_GBS)

Group B Streptococcus (GBS) is the leading cause of neonatal sepsis and meningitis. In 2015, it was estimated that worldwide there were at least 320,000 infants with invasive GBS disease, 90,000 infant deaths and 10,000 cases of children with disability related to GBS meningitis. Maternal rectovaginal colonization with GBS is the biggest risk factor for neonatal GBS sepsis and meningitis within the first 6 days of life, with transmission of the bacteria from mother to baby occu...

ERNIE4: Urine and CRP Point-of-care Test in Acutely Ill Children

This study aims to assess the accuracy of a novel urine test for diagnosing urinary tract infections in acutely ill children presenting to ambulatory care. The accuracy of this novel test will be compared to the accuracy of conventional dipstick testing. In addition, the evidence on urine tests will be added to the existing algorithm for diagnosing serious infections in children. Finally, the study aims to describe the relation between the CRP level at study entry and the durat...


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