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Measure the effect of a common used ankle manipulation on ligament length in the ankle.
Prevalence of hypertension in the elderly is high. Given that hypertension is the leading cause of cardiovascular disease worldwide, safe and efficacious treatment options for this condition are highly desired. Apart from medication, changes in lifestyle are recommended to lower blood pressure, such as an increase in physical exercise. However, whole-body exercise is not feasible for all. Mobility disabilities, for example, increase sharply with age and are already common in middle age. For this population, it is necessary to have alternative, non-invasive interventions with similar effects on blood pressure. One such intervention might be respiratory muscle endurance training (RMET), but the effects on blood pressure are currently unknown. The primary aim of this project is therefore to investigate the effects of RMET over the course of several weeks on resting blood pressure in healthy elderly. The secondary aim of the project is to evaluate the effects of RMET on uphill exercise performance in healthy active elderly given that elderly experience structural and functional changes of the lungs potentially affecting exercise performance. Finally, since prevalence of subjective sleep complaints is also high in the elderly, the present study will also investigate the effects of RMET on sleep quality.
The aim of the study is to evaluate the effect of simvastatin on the pharmacokinetics and pharmacodynamics of dabigatran in healthy male adults
People who eat diets low in choline should deplete their choline (Cho) stores, and measurements of Cho pool size using isotope dilution should reflect this depletion. Investigators will identify a biomarker panel that correlates well with measured Cho pool size across the range of different degrees of depletion.The investigators propose that, as body stores of Cho diminish, cells and organs will reach the point when metabolism/function in the cell is altered, and that this will result in a progression of changes in biomarkers that reflect Cho status.
The aim is to evaluate the performance of Cardioskin and Neuronaute, two connected medical devices CE-marked, manufactured by Bioserenity. It's an open monocentric comparative clinical study, where subjects will test the Cardioskin device and/or the Neuronaute device.
The aim of this study is to determine the effects of glutathione supplement on the immune cell response and symptomatology of upper respiratory health, and antioxidant capacity in healthy people in exercise-induced model.
The purpose of this study is to assess the safety and tolerability of single and multiple day dose of JNJ-67670187 compared to placebo.
Identify if the mirror neuron system, or other networks, can compensate for amygdala dysfunction, using behavior and structural/functional MRI.
The purpose of this study is to understand the physiology of connectivity between cortical regions in the human brain in healthy participants and in patients with white matter lesions. Specifically, the investigators will examine the effects of paired associative stimulation (PAS) which consists in delivering brief (< 1 ms) current pulses separated by a short millisecond-level time interval ("asynchrony") to two cortical areas. The used techniques are all non-invasive and considered safe in humans: transcranial magnetic stimulation (TMS), electroencephalography (EEG), magnetic resonance imaging (MRI), and functional MRI (fMRI). Based on prior literature in animals and human studies, it is hypothesized that PAS may increase or decrease effective connectivity between the stimulated areas depending on the asynchrony value. The main outcome measure is source-resolved EEG responses evoked by single-pulse TMS; this is a more direct measure of neuronal changes occurring at the targeted cortical area than motor evoked potentials (MEPs) or sensor-level EEG responses used in previous studies.
The objective of this study is to investigate the effect on postprandial glycaemia in a healthy population after intake of milk and oat based products.