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The patients will be selected from the pool of the Clinics (Rheumatology, Ophthalmology and Dermatology) of Faculty of Medicine and (Diagnostic center and Oral Medicine) of Faculty of Dentistry -Cairo University. For each eligible participant, a full history will be obtained followed by thorough clinical examination.
Dietary difficulties and eating disorders of the child are a common reason for consulting infants and young children. There is currently little data on the psychomotor development of these children and their association with parent-child attachment. The objective of this study is to evaluate, at the same time, the three physiological, psychomotor and attachment dimensions of children with eating disorders.
There are severe deficiency of database concerning the oral health status in Egyptian patients with Diabetes type 2. Our aim in the present study is to study the prevalence of oral mucosal alterations in type 2 DM patients and the effect of hyperglycemia on these alterations in controlled and uncontrolled patients to increase their awareness and minimize all the possible risk factors,to achieve a proper management for all oral problems.
This study is a multicenter, case-control phase IV clinical trial to evaluate the effectiveness of the EV71 vaccine. About 40000 children in the town aged 6-35 months will be recruited and vaccinated with EV71 vaccines, which account for 20-40% of the children aged 6-35 months in the areas. The subjects will be vaccinated with EV71 vaccine at day 0 and day 28. Other children of appropriate age in the town will choose voluntarily whether or not to be vaccinated with EV71 vaccine. All children's vaccination of EV71 vaccines will be recorded in the study areas and the coverage rate of EV71 vaccine in the town will be calculated. The vaccination is expected to complete before the epidemic peak of HFMD. Surveillance of HFMD cases caused by EV71 will be conducted in hospitals of the study areas for 10-12 months, which cover a whole HFMD epidemic period. Throat and anal swabs will be collected from children with a clinical diagnosis of HFMD for typing of human enteroviruses tests by PCR. The HFMD cases with EV71 positive will be recruited as cases, while those with EV71 negative will be recruited as test-negative controls. Besides, for each EV71-associated HFMD cases, the investigators will match 2 community controls by age, sex and residence. There will be an immunogenic subgroup involving 2400 participants. In this subgroup, subjects will be randomly assigned to receive one of the three different batches of EV71 vaccines.
This feasibility and acceptability study will be conducted at 3 community outreach centers serving an urban, low-income Chinese population. The study will evaluate the feasibility and acceptability of implementing a partnered intervention to improve the oral and general health of low-income, urban Chinese American adults and of using remote data entry into an electronic health record (EHR). The research staff will survey a sample of Chinese American patients screened at each center about their satisfaction with the partnered intervention and about their oral health behaviors. An additional sample selected from providers [dentists and community health workers (CHW)], research staff, New York University (NYU) administrators, site directors, and community advisory board (CAB) members will participate in structured interviews about the partnered intervention. The remote EHR evaluation will include group adaptation sessions and workflow analyses via multiple recorded sessions with research staff, NYU administrators, outreach site directors, and providers (dentists and CHWs). The study will also model knowledge held by these non-patient participants (including CAB members) to evaluate and enhance the partnered intervention during and/or after the feasibility and acceptability study for use in future implementations.
Clinical study to evaluate the efficiency of Flairesse fluoride varnish in improving dental health in South African school children.
Enterovirus 71 (EV71), a major pathogen causing hand-foot-and-mouth disease (HFMD) worldwide, is a member of the Human Enterovirus species A, family Picornaviridae. Its infection occasionally leads to severe diseases and death, with central nervous system (CNS) damage. Recently, except of inactivated vaccine, several EV71 vaccine candidates have been evaluated in animals but no final results of clinical trials, such as attenuated vaccine, subunit vaccine. A formalin-inactivated EV71 vaccine (Human Diploid cell, KMB-17 Cell) has been finished phase I, II and III clinical trials and licensed by SFDA in China at Dec. 3, 2015. Based on the results of clinical trials, the protective efficacy of inactivated EV71 vaccine is 97% against HFMD caused by EV71. The phase IV clinical trial has been carried out from July 2016. The purpose of phase IVd is to evaluated the immunogenicity and safety of the inactive EV71 vaccine within two measles attenuated live vaccine and live attenuated Japanese encephalitis vaccine at the same time point in large scale population of Chinese children (8 months old) in Guangdong Province, China.
The purpose of this study is to evaluate the 5-year Immune Persistence of Inactivated Enterovirus Type 71 (EV71) Vaccine manufactured by Sinovac (Beijing) Biotech Co., Ltd.
The purpose of this study is to evaluate the immunogenicity and safety of EV71 vaccine in infants aged 6 to 35 months old, by detecting the dynamic changes of neutralizing antibody at different time after vaccination
The purpose of this study is to evaluate the safety and immunogenicity of concomitant administration of EV71 vaccine with recombinant hepatitis B vaccine/Group A meningococcal polysaccharide vaccine.