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NCT ID: NCT05426382 Recruiting - Clinical trials for Non Alcoholic Fatty Liver Disease

A Digital Solution for Individuals With Non Alcoholic Fatty Liver Disease

Start date: June 20, 2022
Phase: N/A
Study type: Interventional

Sidekick Health has developed a digital behavioral change program (SK-241) specifically designed for people with metabolic derangements and non-alcoholic fatty liver disease (NAFLD). The SK-241 is delivered through a mobile application and aims at improving lifestyle and health outcomes by focusing on improving diet, increasing activity levels and reducing stress. In this study, the feasibility of the newly developed digital behavioral change program (SK-241) will be evaluated in a minimum of 30 individuals with a NAFLD diagnosis. The primary aim is to explore the acceptability of the SK-241 program by its users, in addition to exploring changes in clinical outcomes and medication adherence after a 12-week intervention with 6 months follow up.

NCT ID: NCT05414578 Recruiting - Clinical trials for Ulcerative Colitis (UC)

NORDTREAT Prospective Study on Inflammatory Bowel Disease

Start date: February 7, 2022
Phase:
Study type: Observational [Patient Registry]

Inflammatory bowel disease (IBD), primarily ulcerative colitis (UC) and Crohn's disease (CD), is a chronic disease entity affecting individuals of all ages, and which may severely impact the lives of the patients and their families as well as society. Individuals with IBD may have to live with relapsing symptoms, such as diarrhea, abdominal pain, and fatigue. Further, a substantial proportion of patients develop serious complications such as bowel obstruction and fistula, and some develop complicating liver disease and eventually colorectal cancer. The consequences are that many patients suffer hospitalizations, recurring sick-leave, life-long medication, and surgical interventions. As IBD has become increasingly common in Western populations there is a clear need to improve the outcome from IBD. IBD is a heterogeneous disease entity with substantial differences between patients and personalized medicine may help provide strategies for better treatment . Currently, one of the main unmet needs is the glaring lack of robust biomarkers for individual disease characterization. This lack leads to delayed diagnosis, worse outcomes, increased mortality and an amplified disease burden. Furthermore, diagnosis of IBD is difficult and early diagnosis is crucial as it helps avoid the development of irreversible organ damage. Therefore, there is an emerging focus on the development of simple, non-invasive, and cheap biomarkers to support clinical decision-making in IBD. This Nordic, prospective, clinical study has the aim of identifying markers that are associated with the diagnosis of IBD and prediction of clinical outcomes with various disease manifestations. Importantly, this study will evaluate the markers in a relevant clinical setting, i.e. among patients referred to the hospital for suspicion on IBD using the ECCO Criteria. Specifically the aims of the study are to: - Improve the accuracy to diagnose IBD - Improve the accuracy to define the prognosis of IBD The study is approved by the local Ethics Committee (S-20200051) and the local Data Agency (20/54594).

NCT ID: NCT05399186 Active, not recruiting - Clinical trials for Postoperative Complications

Arthroplasty and Modifiable Risk Factors

Start date: August 20, 2018
Phase: N/A
Study type: Interventional

Hip and knee total joint arthroplasty are one of the most frequently performed surgery worldwide. However, prosthetic joint infection remains a devastating complication of them, associated with severe morbidity, increased mortality and huge costs. Several underlying medical conditions that have been identified as independent risk factors for development of prosthetic joint infection. The hypothesis of the study is that by utilizing the waiting time for operation (6 -12 months) to improve the state of known modifiable risk factors the frequency of prosthetic joint infection may be decreased. This optimization was established with co-operation between hospital and primary care. Therefore a prospective non-randomized quality control study before and after an intervention regarding preoperative preparation for total joint arthroplasty of either hip or knee was planned. The control arm was included one week prior to surgery at the anesthesia preoperative assessment outpatient clinic and were operated on between 27/8 2018 and 7/9 2020 and consists of 738 patients. Inclusion of the interventional arm happened at the orthopedic outpatient clinic from 2/1 2019 - 30/1 2021, 6 -12 months prior to surgery and an appointment with their general physician ensured within 3 weeks for further evaluation. Enlisted have been 1010 patients, operation of them started 25/3 2019 and to date 710 patients have been operated on, but due to delays caused by Covid-19 surgery of them is still ongoing. The effect of the intervention will be evaluated with by comparison of patient characteristics and frequency of surgical site and prosthetic joint infections before and after.

NCT ID: NCT05319808 Not yet recruiting - Clinical trials for Whiplash Injury of Cervical Spine

Rehabilitation for Whiplash Associated Disorders; a Randomized Clinical Trial

WAD-RCT
Start date: May 1, 2022
Phase: N/A
Study type: Interventional

Individuals (n=180) with subacute (<1 month, >3 months) WAD grade I and II with medium to high-risk symptoms of working age will be randomized into three groups with block randomization in a prospective, assessor-blinded randomized controlled trial. Two primary intervention groups (A and B) will receive manual therapy (MT) in the same out-patient clinic. In addition, group A will receive a remote, novel, computer-based cervical kinaesthetic exercise program starting at visit two, whereby quality and quantity of exercise performance, as well as compliance (frequency and duration), will be registered into the physical therapy clinic's system for evaluation. Group B will receive neck exercises (not computer-based) provided by the corresponding physical therapist. Group A will continue remote exercise therapy until 6 months post baseline measurements regardless of whether they are still being treated in-clinic or discharged. Hypothesis 1.a.: Internet-based neck-specific CKE combined with in-clinic manual therapy and exercises will be superior to manual therapy and exercises alone at a physiotherapy clinic (i.e., treatment A is superior to treatment B) for self-reported and measured (movement performance) outcome measures. Hypothesis 1.b.: Improvements in self-reported outcomes will positively correlate with outcomes of movement performance testing, as will the pre- to post-intervention changes from baseline to follow-up assessments. The groups will be compared to a "treatment as usual" group (C). Objective measures include measurements for motor control, proprioception, and cervical range of motion. Neck disability and pain intensity, general health, self-perceived handicap, and physical, emotional and functional difficulties due to dizziness will be measured using questionnaires. Short-term effects will be measured at 10-12 weeks and long-term effects at 6- and 12-months post baseline measurements. Hypothesis 2.a.: Participants of groups A and B will improve significantly more than those in group C for subjective and objective outcome measures.

NCT ID: NCT05193344 Recruiting - Heart Failure Clinical Trials

A Digital Solution for Patients With Heart Failure

Start date: January 15, 2022
Phase: N/A
Study type: Interventional

The study aim is to determine whether a 12-month digitally delivered behaviour change solution for patients with heart failure improves symptom frequency, mental health, quality of life, medication adherence, and self-care behaviour. The primary and secondary endpoints will be captured at 6- and 12-months follow-up visits to assess longer term effect on outcomes.

NCT ID: NCT05180175 Recruiting - Ulcerative Colitis Clinical Trials

The Nordic IBD Treatment Strategy Trial

NORDTREAT
Start date: February 7, 2022
Phase: Phase 4
Study type: Interventional

Purpose: To demonstrate that personalised therapy can be delivered to patients with IBD, by treating patients with an increased risk of poor disease course, defined by a serum protein signature at diagnosis, with a top-down treatment, and that this treatment strategy improves clinical outcomes. Objectives: Primary objective: To assess if a top-down treatment can improve treatment outcomes in IBD patients with a high risk of poor disease course, defined by a serum protein signature at diagnosis. Secondary objective: To assess if a top-down treatment can improve quality of life and health resource allocation in IBD patients with a high risk of poor disease course, defined by a serum protein signature at diagnosis. Study design: A multi-centre, biomarker-stratified open-label controlled trial, where newly diagnosed IBD patients are randomised (1:1) to a group with access to the protein signature or a group without access to the protein signature. Study subjects within the protein signature arm who display a high-risk protein profile, will be treated according to a top-down treatment algorithm (anti-TNF agent with/without an immunomodulatory) and subjects without access to the protein signature will be treated according to current clinical practice. Study population: Newly diagnosed IBD patients. Number of subjects:250 Primary variables: Composite of both corticosteroid-free clinical remission and endoscopic remission at Week 52, defined as below. Surgery because of IBD during follow-up will be defined as treatment failure. Ulcerative colitis; - Clinical remission per patient reported Mayo: A stool frequency subscore (SFS) ≤ 1, and not greater than baseline, and a rectal bleeding subscore (RBS) of 0. - Endoscopic remission: An endoscopic Mayo subscore of 0 (OR in patients without endoscopy at week 52, normalization of f-Calprotectin, defined as < 250μg/g Crohn's disease; - Clinical remission: An average daily Stool Frequency (SF) ≤ 2.8 and not worse than Baseline AND average daily Abdominal Pain (AP) score ≤ 1 and not worse than Baseline. - Endoscopic remission: SES-CD≤2 (OR in patients without endoscopy at week 52, normalization of f-Calprotectin, defined as < 250μg/g.

NCT ID: NCT05161598 No longer available - Multiple Myeloma Clinical Trials

Pre-approval Access Single Patient Request for Teclistamab (JNJ-64007957)

Start date: n/a
Phase:
Study type: Expanded Access

Teclistamab pre-approval access in relapsed or refractory multiple myeloma.

NCT ID: NCT05089058 Active, not recruiting - Clinical trials for Intrusive Memories of Traumatic Event(s)

Lóa Project: An Exploratory Pilot Randomised Controlled Trial of a Remotely-delivered Brief Cognitive Intervention to Reduce Intrusive Memories of Trauma for Women in Iceland

Start date: November 1, 2021
Phase: N/A
Study type: Interventional

Intrusive memories are sensory memories of a traumatic event(s) that spring to mind involuntarily, evoke strong emotions, and disrupt functioning in daily life. Previous research has demonstrated that a brief cognitive intervention can prevent the development of intrusive memories as well as reduce the number of intrusive memories of long-standing trauma. Initial pilot work (using case studies) with women in Iceland indicates that the intervention is acceptable and feasible. This exploratory pilot trial will compare remote delivery of the intervention (i.e. brief, digitally delivered imagery-competing task intervention, n = 12) to an attention-placebo control condition (i.e., brief, digitally delivered relaxation exercise task; n = 12). We will explore whether (relative to the control condition) the intervention: (i) reduces the number of intrusive memories (primary outcome), and (ii) improves other symptoms and functioning. This study is funded by the OAK foundation (OCAY-18-442) and the Strategic Research and Development Program: Societal Challenges in Iceland (200095-5601).

NCT ID: NCT05048355 Completed - Amputation Clinical Trials

Metabolic Cost of Walking With Passive vs. Powered Microprocessor Controlled Knees

Start date: May 26, 2021
Phase: N/A
Study type: Interventional

This study is conducted to evaluate the efficacy of the Power Knee Mainstream Dynamic compared to passive microprocessor-controlled knees (MPKs) regarding metabolic cost for high active transfemoral amputees.The test is of a single group repeated measures crossover design. The primary endpoint is the difference in MET/HRI-VO2 index between conditions. Subjects are measured on their prescribed device at visit 1, be fitted to the PKM which they wear as their primary prosthesis for one week before coming for visit 2 and being measured again on the PKM.

NCT ID: NCT04805151 Active, not recruiting - Polypharmacy Clinical Trials

Polypharmacy and Associated Risk Factors and Clinical Outcomes for Surgical Patients Discharged From Hospital

Start date: January 2, 2021
Phase:
Study type: Observational

The World Health Organisation Patient Safety Challenge: Medication Without Harm has brought our attention to the importance of medication-related harm as a global public health issue. One of the major contributing factors is polypharmacy, the usage of multiple medicines at the same time. People are getting older and living longer with chronic diseases; they need more medications, which frequently leads to polypharmacy. Subsequently, they are at more risk of medication-related harm. The planned project is an epidemiological study on polypharmacy, medication appropriateness, risk factors, and clinical outcomes post-discharge from a hospital for surgical patients. The study group hypothesise that pre-and post-operative polypharmacy and potentially inappropriate prescribing is common, especially among older patients, patients with a high comorbidity and frailty burden, and patients undergoing more complicated surgery. Our hypothesis is additionally that preoperative polypharmacy and potentially inappropriate prescribing is associated with a higher short- and long-term mortality, a longer primary hospitalization length of stay, and a higher risk of readmission.