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Clinical Trial IDNCT04221815Start Date2020-02-01Completion Date2024-12-01PhaseN/AStudy TypeInterventionalStatusNot yet recruiting
Intravascular ultrasound (IVUS)-guided percutaneous coronary intervention (PCI) has been shown in clinical trials, registries, and meta-analyses to reduce recurrent events after PCI. This is accomplished by improving the angiographic result with lesion and vessel assessment to guide stent selection and implantation and intravascular imaging following stent implantation to ensure an adequate treatment endpoint has been achieved. Despite extensive literature supporting the use of IVUS in PCI, u…
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Project Number5U01DK048387-27Funding AgencyNational Institutes of HealthEffective Date2020-02-01Expiration Date2021-01-31Funding Amount$441,005
? DESCRIPTION (provided by applicant): Abnormal regulation of glycemia (dysglycemia) has a very long time course, from its earliest stage, labeled pre-diabetes, to the onset of Type 2 diabetes (T2D), to the development of clinically detectable microvascular changes and measurable atherosclerosis, to clinically manifest complications with attendant morbidity and mortality. The Diabetes Prevention Program (DPP) focused on the pre-diabetes stage of dysglycemia and demonstrated powerful beneficia…
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Clinical Trial IDNCT04248322Start Date2020-07-01Completion Date2024-10-01Study TypeObservationalStatusNot yet recruiting
This study through the use of semi-structured interviews or focus groups will explore the lived experience with a Connected Catheter and usual customary care (UCC) of catheter users with Neurogenic Lower Urinary Tract Dysfunction and their caretakers to generate user-defined themes regarding bladder function and catheter-related barriers and the daily impacts on one's life.
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Project Number1R18HS027280-01Funding AgencyNational Institutes of HealthEffective Date2019-09-30Expiration Date2020-09-29Funding Amount$623,541
PROJECT SUMMARY Cardiovascular disease (CVD), including heart disease and stroke, is our nation?s costliest and most devastating chronic disease, and is fraught with diagnostic error. Despite ground-breaking progress in addressing CVD through years of clinical and biological research, errors in the diagnosis, treatment, and communication of CVD disproportionately impact women. Women are nearly twice as likely as men to receive the wrong initial diagnosis following a heart attack and 30% more …
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Project Number1R03HS026298-01A1Funding AgencyNational Institutes of HealthEffective Date2019-09-30Expiration Date2020-09-29Funding Amount$64,432
Abstract Patient portals potentially serve as a platform for patients to easily access their health information and more easily communicate with their provider, if designed and developed appropriately for the user. When patients use portals it also affords the opportunity to have their health information preserved over time. Despite these benefits, the majority of the US population does not ever access or engage with patient portals. With the Office of the National Coordinator for Health Info…
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IDW81XWH1910541Funding AgencyDepartment of DefenseEffective Date2019-08-15Expiration Date2022-08-14Funding Amount$1,779,947
Objective: This proposal specifically focuses on the population of people with SCI and neurogenic bladder who manage their bladders with intermittent catheterization (IC). The objectives of this study are to: (1) define clinically meaningful change (i.e., differentiating states of health and illness) with respect to urinary symptoms, urine inflammation, and the urinary tracts microbial ecosystem; (2) determine the optimal intravesical LactobacillusGG® (LGG®) dose to reduce urinary symptoms fo…
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Project Number5R01LM012300-04Funding AgencyNational Institutes of HealthEffective Date2019-08-01Expiration Date2020-07-31Funding Amount$328,896
Project Summary/Abstract Sepsis is present or develops in approximately one of every 23 hospital admissions and accounts for nearly half of all hospital deaths. Awareness of sepsis is low; many septic patients are not diagnosed at an early stage when aggressive treatment has the potential to reverse the course of infection. Currently, clinicians must rely on clues to sepsis and its progression by ?hunting and gathering? in the electronic medical record (EMR), searching a patient?s medical his…
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Project Number5R01HS023701-05Funding AgencyNational Institutes of HealthEffective Date2019-08-01Expiration Date2020-07-31Funding Amount$234,158
? DESCRIPTION (provided by applicant): The objective of the proposed research is to provide an evidence-base to better inform user centered design and implementation processes to improve health information technology (health IT) usability and safety. The proposed research is in direct response to special emphasis notice (NOT-HS-15-005). Utilizing a hybrid approach of expert manual review and machine learning techniques, specifically natural language processing, we will develop methods to rapi…
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Project Number5U24NS107222-02Funding AgencyNational Institutes of HealthEffective Date2019-08-01Expiration Date2020-07-31Funding Amount$317,967
SCANR, the Stroke Central Atlantic Network for Research is based in the Mid-Atlantic region and headquartered in Washington, DC, and Charlottesville, VA. SCANR is located on the edge of the Stroke Belt, and both DC and Baltimore have high stroke incidence. SCANR includes four Carnegie Research 1 universities (Georgetown and George Washington Universities; the Universities of Virginia and Maryland), two CTSAs, a translational research institute (THRIV), a US News & World Report National Honor …
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Project Number5K23MH116814-02Funding AgencyNational Institutes of HealthEffective Date2019-05-01Expiration Date2020-04-30Funding Amount$184,572
PROJECT SUMMARY Antiretroviral therapy (ART) adherence and retention in care are critically important and poorly understood challenges in the care of women living with HIV in the United States. Postpartum attrition and ART non- adherence leave women with HIV at risk for life-threatening medical complications of immunocompromise and unplanned and not-medically-optimized pregnancies with greater risk of mother-to-child transmission. The long-term objective of this proposal is to improve adheren…
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