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The WALK-Copenhagen project aims at enhancing physical activity during and after hospitalization in older medical patients by an intervention developed in co-operation with key stakeholders
Cerebral palsy (CP) is a chronic condition that causes the most childhood disabilities on worldwide. Impairment in movement and posture development seen in children with CP it causes difficulties in performing activities and affect in emotional, social, and cognitive abilities cause limited participation in everyday life. The ICF-CY child is divided into five categories: body structure and functions, activities, participation, environmental and personal factors, it is treated holistically. Initially, children with CP have adopted the view that environmental factors can also affect functionality, while focusing on the treatment of motor disorders to reduce activity and participation limitations in physiotherapy and rehabilitation applications. Environmental factors; the environment in which the child lives, his family, the devices he uses, health and care services, and government policies. These factors vary according to each country's own cultural and economic opportunities. The investigator planned to do this study because we found that there is a need for a comprehensive study of children with SP in Turkey, which does not reveal the relationship between environmental factors and activity and level of participation.
We are investigating ways to reduce pain after abdominoplasty. We hypothesize that injection of Dysport (botulinum toxin A) into the rectus abdominis, abdominal wall musculature, during abdominoplasty will provide a more effective, longer lasting method for pain control than standard of care alone (use of Exparel (liposomal bupivacaine) intraoperatively followed by PRN narcotics. We will randomize patients to receive either Disport + standard of care or saline (placebo) + standard of care and compare post operative pain for the following 2-3 months.
The purpose of this study is to test feasibility for the delivery and perceptions of a lifestyle model for middle-aged and older adults by involving participants in its development. The goal of the program is to reduce sedentary behaviour, increase physical activity, and increase strength and balance. An optional walking program will be run in parallel to emphasize the importance of moving more. Participants will be asked to fill out questionnaires on course delivery, content and effect throughout the program and 2-3 recorded interviews throughout the study. We will collect measurements of physical performance before and after the program.
There are three different phases to this study: 1. Screening phase to determine if you are eligible to participate in the study. 2. Study phase, which will entail diet and activity, exercise and then finally self monitoring goals. 3. End of treatment phase where you will be asked to complete questionnaires.
In this research, the elderly living in nursing homes were selected in two group control and intervention. Intervention group 3 times a week for 20 minutes during 2 months, fun physical exercises (including activities carried out with the use of sports equipment such as beach ball, stretch, bird toys, etc).
The objective of this unblinded study is to assess the nutritional effects of a 12 weeks administration of the specific enteral nutrition (SEN) RealDiet®Renal pockets, as well as the impact on the patients' quality of life.