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NCT ID: NCT03801694 Recruiting - Clinical trials for Subarachnoid Hemorrhage

Predicting the Development of Myocardial Depression in Acute Neurological Patients

Start date: December 3, 2018
Phase:
Study type: Observational

The purpose of this study is to assess the levels of serum catecholamines associated with myocardial depression (MD) in patients with acute neurological injury.

NCT ID: NCT03799861 Recruiting - Stillbirth Clinical Trials

Newborn Heart Rate as a Catalyst for Improved Survival

Start date: July 5, 2018
Phase:
Study type: Observational

Heart rate (HR) is not routinely assessed during newborn resuscitations in low- and lower-middle income countries (LMICs). Many non-breathing newborns classified as fresh stillbirths have a heartbeat and are live born. The effect of a low-cost monitor for measuring HR on the problem of misclassification of stillbirths in LMICs is unknown. Knowledge of HR during newborn resuscitation might also result in timely administration of appropriate interventions, and improvement in outcomes. Helping Babies Breathe (HBB), a resuscitation algorithm developed by the American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP), is widely accepted as the standard of care for newborn resuscitation in low-resource settings. In keeping with the International Liaison Committee on Resuscitation (ILCOR) recommendations that HR be measured during newborn resuscitation, HBB calls for HR assessment after 1 minute of positive-pressure ventilation with good chest movement (or sooner if there is a helper who can palpate/auscultate heart rate). However, given the frequent reality of a single provider attending deliveries in LMICs, as well as the currently available methods for assessing HR (i.e. palpitation or auscultation), assessment of HR is challenging to perform without delaying or stopping the provision of other life-saving interventions such as bag and mask ventilation. The effect of low-cost, continuous HR monitoring to guide resuscitation in these settings is unknown. NeoBeat is a low-cost, battery-operated device designed by Laerdal Global Health for the measurement of newborn HR. The device can be placed rapidly on a newborn by a single provider, and within 5 seconds, displays HR digitally. A preliminary trial of NeoBeat in 349 non-breathing newborns in Tanzania detected a HR in 67% of newborns classified as stillbirths, suggesting up to two thirds of fresh stillbirths may be misclassified in similar settings. This trial will evaluate: 1) the effectiveness of HBB in combination with NeoBeat for vital status detection on reduction of reported stillbirths, and 2) the effectiveness of HR-guided HBB on effective breathing at 3 minutes. The primary hypothesis is that implementation of HBB with measurement of HR using NeoBeat will decrease the reported total stillbirth rate by 15% compared to standard care. The secondary hypothesis is that implementation of HR-guided HBB will increase the proportion of newborns not breathing well at birth who are effectively breathing at 3 minutes by 50% compared to HBB with NeoBeat.

NCT ID: NCT03798431 Recruiting - Depression Clinical Trials

MINDFUL-OBOT Pilot: Effect of Mindfulness on Opioid Use and Anxiety During Primary Care Buprenorphine Treatment

Start date: December 11, 2018
Phase: N/A
Study type: Interventional

The goal of this pilot study is to test the Mindful Recovery OBOT Care Continuum (M-ROCC) model in primary care office-based opioid treatment (OBOT). M-ROCC features integration of evidence-based mindfulness training with weekly group-based opioid treatment. Primary outcomes include (1) Feasibility measured by implementation of the curriculum into two CHA primary care sites and attendance at weekly sessions; (2) Acceptance via self-report and qualitative interviews. Secondary outcomes include anxiety reduction.

NCT ID: NCT03796143 Recruiting - Mental Health Clinical Trials

Evaluation of Self-help Books for Depression

Start date: January 7, 2019
Phase: N/A
Study type: Interventional

The goal of this study is to compare the efficacy of acceptance and commitment therapy (ACT) and cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT) for depression in a bibliotherapy format and assess hypothesized mechanisms of change in depression symptomatology, quality of life, and functioning. This study will test the following hypotheses: 1. CBT and ACT will both result in decreased depression, distress, and self-stigma associated with depression. Life satisfaction and values progress will increase in both conditions. 2. CBT will result in greater use of reappraisal than ACT. 3. ACT will results in greater use of defusion and decreased psychological inflexibility than CBT. 4. Changes in experiential avoidance and defusion will predict changes in depression in the ACT condition. 5. Changes in reappraisal will predict changes in depression in the CBT condition. 6. Participants who are given their choice of treatment will show better adherence and satisfaction in the intervention.

NCT ID: NCT03790085 Recruiting - Schizophrenia Clinical Trials

Identification of Multi-modal Bio-markers for Early Diagnosis and Treatment Prediction in Schizophrenia Individuals

Start date: September 1, 2018
Phase: Early Phase 1
Study type: Interventional

This study aims to screen and validate multi-scale bio-markers for early diagnosis and medication monitoring for early schizophrenia, including the genetic, neurobiochemistry, neuroimaging and eletrophysiological measures. Based on the validated bio-markers, the present study further tries to build several prediction models for early differential diagnosis of schizophrenia from healthy controls and other mental diseases (such as the major depression and anxiety disorders), biological sub-typing and diagnosis of the schizophrenia sub-types, and early prediction of the medication effects.

NCT ID: NCT03783533 Recruiting - Depression Clinical Trials

Adapting Behavioral Activation to Technology Platform

Start date: January 1, 2019
Phase: N/A
Study type: Interventional

This project aims to use an asynchronous remote communities (ARC) approach both to discover the design requirements for adapting Behavioral Activation (BA) to ARC as well as design/build an ARC platform for administering BA. The investigators will test the feasibility of our approach in a small feasibility observational study with clinicians and adolescents.

NCT ID: NCT03780881 Recruiting - Clinical trials for Major Depressive Disorder

EXperimental Paradigm to Investigate Expectation Change in Depression 4

EXPECD4
Start date: November 11, 2018
Phase: N/A
Study type: Interventional

Research has shown that people with depressive symptoms maintain negative expectations even if they have positive experiences that contradict their expectations. Healthy people, however, change their expectations after unexpected positive experiences. In this experimental study, it will now be examined whether there are also differences between healthy people and people with depressive symptoms in dealing with unexpected negative experiences.

NCT ID: NCT03779477 Recruiting - Depression Clinical Trials

Effect of Coping With Stress Program to Depression, Anxiety, Brain Functions in Adolescent at High-Risk for Depression

Start date: November 5, 2018
Phase: N/A
Study type: Interventional

Depression is one of the leading diseases that cause disability, disease burden and threaten public health all over the world. In addition to the economic burdens brought on by depression, it also leads to many individual problems such as deterioration in education, increased psychiatric illnesses in the future, self-harm and suicide. For these reasons, it is important to prevent depression or delay the onset of depression. One of the depression prevention programs, "Coping with Stress Program", is a psychoeducational group program based on cognitive-behavioral therapy and researches shows that the program reduces the rate of diagnosing depression and depressive symptoms in adolescents. Although it is an important mental health problem, studies on adolescent depression are limited in Turkey and existing studies are descriptive and there are no randomized controlled trials. It is believed that this research will encourage studies to prevent depression in Turkey. The primary aim of this research is to determine the effect of coping with stress program on adolescents' depression and anxiety symptoms, which is applied to adolescents with high risk for depression. The second aim is to examine the changes in brain functions of adolescents participating in the coping with stress program. In the first step, high school students will be screened for depression and adolescents with high levels of depression will be identified. In the second step, randomized controlled experimental design will be used. At the first stage of the study, adolescents with high levels of depression and volunteering to participate in the study will be randomly assigned to the experimental and control groups. After pre-test measurements (determination of depression and anxiety level, functional magnetic resonance imaging (fMRI)), the Coping with Stress Program will be applied to the adolescents in the experimental group. Post-test measures (determination of depression and anxiety level, fMRI) will be performed. The amygdala stimulation test will be used for the fMRI experiment and the data obtained from the fMRI before and after the program will be investigated using the general linear model with Statistical Parametric Mapping (SPM).

NCT ID: NCT03774641 Recruiting - Clinical trials for Major Depressive Disorder

A Pilot Study of Prophylactic Management of Lamotrigine in Pregnant Women

Start date: December 3, 2018
Phase:
Study type: Observational

Pregnant women who are taking lamotrigine will be evaluated monthly during pregnancy including a clinical evaluation and a blood draw for lamotrigine levels at each visit. Based on the Therapeutic Drug Monitoring protocol, participant's lamotrigine dosing will be adjusted as needed based on participant's blood levels compared to the reference concentration that was obtained prior to pregnancy or early in pregnancy while clinically stable. After delivery participant and participant's infants will be assessed for mood and functioning at 1, 2, 4, and 6 weeks postpartum.

NCT ID: NCT03769233 Recruiting - Depressive Symptoms Clinical Trials

Mindfulness for Emerging Adults Experiencing Anxious and/or Depressive Symptoms

Start date: December 14, 2018
Phase: N/A
Study type: Interventional

Emerging adults (EA; 18 to 29 years old) in Canada are among the age group with highest risk of developing mental health issues. Despite this, they experience especially long wait-times for mental health services. To date, there has been minimal research into developmentally appropriate treatment options for the EA population. Mindfulness-based interventions (MBIs) are emerging as a potential treatment to address this need. MBIs are group-based psychological treatments for coping with distress, with the goal of improving mental health. Unfortunately, these 'traditional' MBIs are very demanding in terms of time and homework and are therefore not sufficiently feasible for the demanding schedules of EA university students. Instead, recent studies suggest a role for briefer MBIs in addressing mental health symptom burden, well-being and reducing acute stress symptoms. The brevity of these interventions make them theoretically better suited for EA university populations. High quality research, including controlled clinical trials are needed to demonstrate whether MBIs can provide efficacious treatment to improve the lives of EA university students. The current study will test the efficacy of a five-week MBI baseline within-subject controlled trial.