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NCT ID: NCT04833023 Not yet recruiting - Advanced Cancer Clinical Trials

HALO Trial: Haloperidol vs Olanzapine in Hyperactive Delirium in Advanced Cancer Patients; A Multi-Centre, Randomised-Controlled Trial

Start date: May 2021
Phase: Phase 3
Study type: Interventional

1. Background and Clinical Need: Delirium is common at the end of life and is challenging to control. There is a clinical need to study the benefits of commonly used drugs like Haloperidol and Olanzapine in the management of hyperactive delirium in advanced cancer patients in a scientifically robust manner. 2. Aims/Hypotheses: The investigators aim to study the effectiveness of Haloperidol compared with Olanzapine in the management of hyperactive delirium in advanced cancer patients receiving palliative care. The investigators hypothesise that Olanzapine is as effective as Haloperidol in the control of hyperactive delirium. 3. Methods: The investigators will conduct a pragmatic, multi-centre, (hospital, inpatient hospice, community hospital) open-label randomised-controlled trial comparing the use of Haloperidol versus Olanzapine in advanced cancer patients with hyperactive delirium. The primary outcome is the change in Richmond Agitation and Sedation Scale (RASS) scores among patients in each treatment group at 8 hours post-drug administration. The secondary outcome is the control of hyperactive delirium at 24, 48 and 72 hours using either Haloperidol or Olanzapine. The mean doses of Haloperidol and Olanzapine used as well as the volume of rescue Midazolam required as well as side-effects of the study medications, survival after enrolment into study will also be studied. 4. Significance to palliative care The results of this study will advance the knowledge of delirium management worldwide with regards to the efficacy of Haloperidol and Olanzapine in managing hyperactive delirium in patients with advanced cancer. Haloperidol is used traditionally in palliative care for managing delirium. However, as a conventional anti-psychotic, it does cause extra-pyramidal side-effects. Olanzapine, a newer atypical anti-psychotic with a more favourable side-effect profile is being used increasingly in the control of delirium. These 2 commonly used drugs have never been compared head to head in a randomised-controlled, multi-centre study.

NCT ID: NCT04825262 Recruiting - Clinical trials for Kidney Transplant; Complications

Efficacy of Achieving Early Target Trough Levels of Tacrolimus Using CYP3A5 Guided Dosing Versus Weight-based Dosing in a Multi-ethnic Population of Kidney Transplant Recipients in Singapore

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

The investigators hypothesise that the adaptation of CYP3A5 genotype-based Tacrolimus (FK) dosing will lead to earlier FK target achievement and consequently, better clinical outcome after kidney transplantation (RTx). This study aims to shed light on the possible impact of CYP3A genotype-based FK dosing on FK target achievement and clinical outcome after RTx in a multi-ethnic population where current evidence is lacking. This data would be helpful to the physicians so that by knowing the genotype of the patient before undergoing transplantation, practitioners would be able to decide on the starting dose of FK so as to avoid low trough levels and risk of acute rejection or high trough levels and risk of nephrotoxicity.

NCT ID: NCT04822259 Not yet recruiting - Arthroplasty Clinical Trials

Evaluate the Performance of JOURNEY II CR and JOURNEY II BCS in TKA Populations

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

Background: The JOURNEY II BCS Total Knee System (JOURNEY II Bi-cruciate Stabilized Total Knee System) consists of femoral component made from oxidized zirconium (OXINIUM) The JOURNEY II CR Total Knee System (JOURNEY II Cruciate Retaining Total Knee System ) consists of femoral component made from oxidized zirconium (OXINIUM) Purpose: Post-market evidence generation for JOURNEY II BCS and JOURNEY II CR Total Knee System Objectives: 1. Evaluate the performance of JOURNEY II TKA in Asia-Pacific (APAC) patient populations 2. Establish the equivalent performance between JOURNEY II BCS and JOURNEY II CR to support adoption of JOURNEY II CR Research participants / locations: A total of at least 176 knees' information will be collected in up to 10 sites. There will be at least eighty-eight (88) knees for JOURNEY II CR TKA group and at least 88 knees for JOURNEY II BCS TKA group.

NCT ID: NCT04819256 Recruiting - Clinical trials for Diabetes Mellitus, Type 2

Primary Care Based Integrated Community Care Team Intervention

PACE-It
Start date: December 7, 2020
Phase: N/A
Study type: Interventional

PACE-It study is a non-blinded, mix-method randomized controlled trial within a single site. This study aims to test the feasibility of implementing a complex intervention comprising of a) a Primary Care Based integrated community care team delivery of person centered care, b) supported by a care co-ordination platform using a mobile application and its effectiveness in improving the glycemic control of patients living with Diabetes and have complex needs.

NCT ID: NCT04818840 Recruiting - Arthroplasty Clinical Trials

Evaluate the Performance of JOURNEY II CR in TKA Populations

JIICRTKA
Start date: April 26, 2021
Phase:
Study type: Observational

Background: The JOURNEY II CR Total Knee System consists of femoral component made from oxidized zirconium (OXINIUM) Purpose: Post-market evidence generation for JOURNEY II CR Total Knee System Objectives: Evaluate the performance of JOURNEY II CR TKA in APAC populations Evaluate the impact of patella resurfacing on the outcomes of JOURNEY II CR TKA Research participants / locations: A total of up to 480 knees' information will be collected in up to 15 sites in India, China mainland, Hong Kong, Singapore, Thailand and Japan There will be up to 240 knees for resurfaced patella group and up to 240 knees for un-resurfaced patella group.

NCT ID: NCT04813458 Recruiting - Opioid Abuse Clinical Trials

A Multi-centre Survey on Tramadol Abuse in Singapore

Start date: December 1, 2020
Phase:
Study type: Observational

The rampant prescription of opioid has in part contributed to the ongoing worldwide opioid crisis. In the United States of America, it is estimated that death from the use of opioids outnumber death from motor vehicle accident deaths by more than 40%. Consequently, many countries such as America and Canada have drawn up guidelines pertaining to safe opioid prescribing. Tramadol is often used by pain physicians to treat chronic pain. As it is a weak opioid and unscheduled in many countries, it is often considered to have a lower addiction potential compared to strong opioids. Despite this, the literature does reveal evidence of abuse, addiction and withdrawal - although the incidence of this is unclear. In this study, the investigators aim to determine the prevalence of tramadol misuse in a pain clinic population. The investigators also aim to determine the real-life compliance of physicians to guidelines provided by International regulatory bodies (CDC) and the modifiable risk factors associated with tramadol misuse.

NCT ID: NCT04813289 Completed - Anesthesia Clinical Trials

Review of Anaesthetic Practice in Orthognathic Surgery

Start date: July 1, 2017
Phase:
Study type: Observational

Orthognathic surgeries for maxillofacial deformities are commonly performed globally. However, they are associated with significant blood loss which can affect the surgical field and result in blood transfusion and its risks. We aim to review the different hypotensive anaesthetic practices for orthognathic surgeries, and their effects on intraoperative blood loss and transfusion requirements.

NCT ID: NCT04812327 Not yet recruiting - Covid19 Clinical Trials

Capturing Infectious COVID-19 Asymptomatic Cases in Singapore

Start date: June 2021
Phase:
Study type: Observational

This study is being conducted to assess the performance of the BD Veritorâ„¢ Plus System for Rapid Detection of SARS-CoV-2, used in serial testing, in identification of infectious, asymptomatic individuals. This information may be used to inform development of an effective testing strategy by policy makers.

NCT ID: NCT04809571 Recruiting - Psoriasis Clinical Trials

Non-invasive Photoacoustic Imaging of Skin Inflammatory Disorders With Machine Learning-assisted Scoring

Start date: February 22, 2021
Phase: N/A
Study type: Interventional

Inflammatory skin disorders are usually assessed by disease scoring system such as Scoring AD (SCORAD)/Eczema Area and Severity Index (EASI) and Psoriasis Area and Severity Index (PASI) for atopic eczema and psoriasis respectively. The current approach to score the severity of these inflammatory skin disorders is through clinical observations and questionnaires. These scores however do not reflect the structural characteristics of the skin such as morphology, vasculature architecture and dermis thickness and are subject to inter and intra-assessor variability. Objective inflammatory diseases indicators through non-invasive imaging techniques have the potential to be an important clinical tool to shed light on its severity in an objective manner. Furthermore, given the abundance of cutaneous vasculature, non-invasive imaging in patients with chronic inflammatory skin conditions allows the investigators to evaluate in detail how co-morbidities of metabolic syndrome, especially type 2 diabetes, further affects the vasculature or the epidermis in the skin. It helps to answer the question of whether a tighter control of the "overlying" skin condition helps in management of the underlying co-morbidities. Currently, there are many skin imaging modalities available to visualize the morphology and vascular architecture non-invasively, but they are hindered by their penetration depth and lack of contrast. Examples include optical coherence tomography (OCT), high-frequency ultrasound, and Doppler based ultrasound. In this study, these shortcomings will be circumvented through the usage of photoacoustic mesoscopic imaging, a non-invasive, high resolution, intrinsic or contrast-enhanced imaging technique, which can provide functional and metabolic information at greater depths, and an optical fibre-based handheld confocal Raman spectroscopy system with inbuilt data processing algorithms and software, which allows for highly effective and accurate analysis of various skin constituents, such as ceramides, filaggrin, and hydration. These technologies will allow the investigators to study inflammatory and skin barrier markers in, as well as correlations between, psoriasis, eczema, diabetes, and obesity. In addition, by studying the skin before and after therapeutic interventions, this study will aid in understanding the mechanisms of action and efficacy of various interventions.

NCT ID: NCT04807049 Completed - Atrial Fibrillation Clinical Trials

Clinical Survey on the Stroke Prevention in Atrial Fibrillation in Asia

AF-Registry
Start date: April 2016
Phase:
Study type: Observational

Despite relatively lower prevalence of atrial fibrillation (AF) in Asians (~1%) than Caucasians (~2%) as reported in observational studies, Asia has a much higher overall disease burden, due to its proportionally larger aged population. Based on reported prevalence rates and projected population figures in Asia, there will be an estimated 49 million men and 23 million women with AF, by year 2050. Stroke is a disabling complication of AF that is of particular cause for concern in Asians patients. Implementing consensus expert recommendations for managing stroke risk in AF patients can considerably reduce stroke rates. However, caution is necessary when aligning management of Asian AF patients to that of their Caucasian counterparts. Current international guidelines and risk stratification tools for AF management are based on findings in predominantly Caucasian populations and may therefore have limited relevance, in certain respects, to Asian patients. The vitamin K antagonist (VKA), warfarin and alternative new oral anticoagulants, direct thrombin inhibitors or factor Xa inhibitors is recommended for reducing the risk of stroke and thromboembolism in high-risk patients with non-valvular AF. However, there is very limited information about the safety and efficacy of those agents in Asian population. Therefore, further research is urgently needed to inform specific guidance on the implications of different stroke and bleeding profiles in Asians versus Caucasians. In order to allow comparison between Asians versus Caucasians population, we propose to adopt the current study protocol and case report form of the EurObservational Research Programme on Atrial Fibrillation General Long-Term study.