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PRediction of Acute Coronary Syndrome in Acute Ischemic StrokE

The primary goal of the PRAISE study is to develop a diagnostic algorithm that allows the prediction of acute coronary syndrome in stroke patients with elevated levels of cardiac troponin.

Efficacy and Safety of RBCs Derived From Mirasol-treated Whole Blood in Patients Requiring Chronic Transfusion (PRAISE)

This is a prospective, multi-center, randomized, crossover trial to evaluate the clinical effectiveness of red blood cells (RBCs) derived from Mirasol-treated whole blood (WB) versus conventional RBCs in transfusion dependent thalassemia patients. Throughout the clinical study, RBC transfusion volume and frequency will be determined by each subject's treating physician.

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Encopresis & MIE (DoD #2)

This study is comparing 2-week and 1-week versions of a multidisciplinary intervention for encopresis (MIE), consisting of both medical and behavioral components to treatment as usual control (TAU). Participants are first screened by a pediatric gastroenterologist and assessed and treated for any constipation or other potential medical complications. Following this, individuals randomly assigned to one of the treatment groups start attending daily appointments in clinic for eit...

WalkLink: Internet-based Walking Program

The investigators propose a randomized controlled trial based on the Behavioral Ecological Model to evaluate: (1) the effectiveness of an internet-based fitness walking program delivered to patients with risk factors for cardiovascular disease and stroke; and (2) the contribution of social support networks to enhancing the effectiveness of the internet-based fitness walking program. The investigators will recruit 220 patients who are sedentary and have risk factors for cardiova...

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