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This is a prospective, multi-center, double-blind, randomized clinical trials.
The SenseGuard™ is a new respiratory rate measuring and logging non-invasive device, and measures the respiratory rate by responding to changes in air moisture content in exhaled air. A prospective single-center, single arm study, designed to assess the bias, accuracy , precision and safety of the SenseGuard™ device in measuring of respiratory rate in adult patients. The study shall include a single invitational visit with a respiratory rate measurement duration of 30 minutes for each of 25 adult subjects hospitalized in internal wards.Subjects will be invited to participate should they meet all of the eligibility criteria. Following informed consent, subjects will be measured with both Microstream capnograph and SenseGuard™ measuring simultaneously so their results can be compared.
The purpose of the study is to compare the effectiveness and specificity of agility and cycling exercise training on balance and mobility outcomes in PD and age and gender matched healthy controls. The hypothesis is that due to being profoundly deconditioned, agility and cycling will be similarly effective in PD but agility will be more effective then cycling in healthy old adults, in improving mobility and balance.
This study aims to investigate the preparation of the recipient site prior to autologous fat grafting (AFG) using different methods.
The main objective of this study is to investigate whether the for individuals with thin gingival thickness who are susceptible to gingival recession, the investigators will use i-PRF with microneedle to increase gingival thickness without the need for surgical procedures
To collect biological samples, clinical information and laboratory data from patients diagnosed with any healthcare-related conditions who are seen at facilities affiliated with Intermountain Healthcare, including patients and their family members, and to collect the same information and samples from a general population including disease-free subjects.
The overall goal is to determine whether any energy expenditure compensation in response to 16 weeks of aerobic exercise at a higher-dose is greater compared to a lower-dose intervention in older women, and to begin to investigate underlying physiological mechanisms that influence energy expenditure changes in older women.