There are about 3407 clinical studies being (or have been) conducted in Singapore. The country of the clinical trial is determined by the location of where the clinical research is being studied. Most studies are often held in multiple locations & countries.
The purpose of this study is to assess the effectiveness, safety, and tolerability of BMS-986446 an Anti-MTBR Tau Monoclonal Antibody in participants with Early Alzheimer's Disease.
This study examines the impact of using an algorithm to select therapy content for patients engaged with the mobile mental health platform AmDTx (Mobio Interactive). The algorithm is to be trained with three separate sources of data. Two sources of data come from self-reports by the patients themselves, provided before and after engaging with therapy content. The third source of data comes from an objective measurement of psychological stress, made possible through artificial analysis of computer vision data captured from the mobile device camera as the patient completes a 30 second selfie video before and after engaging with therapy content.
The treatment and prognosis of breast cancer (BC) are dependent on its molecular subtype and nodal burden. In early BCs with favourable molecular subtype, the incidence of axillary node involvement is low. However, these patients are still subjected to an axillary operation, which can result in additional cost, operating time and morbidities. Similarly, in patients with limited nodal burden of 1-2 metastatic nodes, there is emerging evidence that these patients may need sentinel lymph node biopsy (SLNB) only, instead of an axillary clearance (AC), which has more surgical morbidities. We aimed to determine if axillary surgery could be safely tailored in BC patients based on their molecular subtype and nodal burden, without compromising their oncological outcomes. This could in turn reduce the morbidities associated with the axillary surgery, Total 350 patients will be enrolled. 50 patients with early BC and favourable molecular subtype will be enrolled in a pilot study A (SentiOMIT), whereby SLNB is omitted. For eligible patients who declined study A and other stage I-II patients, with preoperative N0 status, undergoing upfront surgery but did not meet the inclusion criteria of Study A, these patients will be enrolled into study B (SentiMACRO) to undergo SLNB. In study B, the patients will be categorized based on SLNB into 3 groups with 100 patients in each arm: B1 with pN0, B2- 1-2 metastatic nodes and B3- >/=3 metastatic nodes. In Study B, we aim to investigate if the B2 group (100 patients) can be treated with a less invasive procedure of SLNB alone instead of AC, without affecting oncological outcomes. B1 and B3 are controls. The outcomes for study A and B include short term outcomes such as morbidity rates, cost and operating time savings. Long term outcomes include recurrence and survival rates. This study will allow individualisation of axillary surgery based on the patient's molecular subtype and nodal burden, to benefit patients' care.
Childbirth is a multifaceted experience and could involve both positive and negative feelings. Feelings of limited capability in the face of childbirth may result in a condition termed as Fear of Childbirth (FOC), which contributes to significantly higher risks of birth complications resulting in psychological trauma. This study aims to examine the effects of Art Therapy (AT) on FOC, perceived maternal parental self-efficacy, postpartum maternal infant bonding and postpartum depression. A mixed-methods sequential explanatory design will be used. Phase one will adopt a quasi-experimental study design. Women who are aged 21 and above, English literate and having a singleton pregnancy will be approached to fill in the Fear of Birth Scale (FOBS). Participants with FOBS score of 60 and above will be considered as having FOC and will be invited to participate in the AT intervention. Participants who are agreeable to receive AT will be recruited in the experimental group. Participants who declined to participate in AT will receive routine antenatal care (control group). Outcomes that will be measured in both groups include perceived maternal self-efficacy, maternal infant bonding, and maternal depression after childbirth. A qualitative descriptive design will be used in phase two. Semi-structured interviews will be conducted with the participants to explore their experiences of the AT. Descriptive analysis, independent sample t-test, paired sample t-test, and regression analysis will be used for analysis of the quantitative data in phase one. Qualitative data from phase two will be analysed using thematic analysis. Findings of this study may provide evidence on the use of AT to cope with FOC during pregnancy. If proven to be beneficial, AT may potentially be introduced and advocated as an intervention for women with FOC.
The objective of this study is to evaluate the efficacy, cosmetic acceptability and improvement of the stigmatization of the tested product (2039125 03) used bis in die (BID) for 3 months in adult patients suffering from mild to moderate melasma, or mild to moderate acne induced post-inflammatory hyperpigmentation, or solar lentigo.
A modified Zelen design randomised controlled trial over 6 months period is designed to investigate the influence of a heart failure medication decision aid prior to clinic session on shared decision making and its long term effect. Participants are randomised to either the decision aid arm or the usual care arm.
There is evidence for the effectiveness and feasibility of the individual components of TIER-HF-PC, however there is a need to test how these individual components interact to allow the researchers to deliver TIER-HF-PC as a model of care in its totality. In the short term, this study will assess if TIER-HF-PC is beneficial for patients and caregivers.
Inpatient delirium incidence is widely documented in international and local studies, however, there is no viable and labour-free delirium detection and management tool. CURATE.DTx is our tablet ready, multi-tasking serious game, that leverage a small data artificial intelligence-derived platform that can dynamically personalise cognitive training by modifying the game intensity. The main aims of this study are to explore the feasibility and usability of this new digital tool to aid in the delirium screening and management of at-risk delirium hospitalized patients.
This is a prospective, randomised controlled trial that evaluates whether transcranial pulsed current stimulation increased total sleep time in children with neuroevelopmental disorder, compared to Melatonin
This is an observational, prospective cohort of patients who were prescribed or have taken CognivAiD as prescribed by the attending physician. The safety and efficacy of CognivAiD have been established in clinical studies. The registry will assess the safe use and effectiveness of CognivAiD in a real-world setting. The registry is designed as a product registry in clinical practice. The design also takes into account the different scenarios of product use in the real world (e.g., switching therapies during follow-up, use of multiple products in combination or sequence, different dosing, and compliance).