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NCT ID: NCT05051956 Not yet recruiting - Clinical trials for Can the Geriatric Questionnaires Predict Adverse Effects in Geriatric Breast Cancer Patients Treated With Cyclin-dependent Kinase 4 and 6 Inhibitors

Evaluation of Geriatric Questionnaires to Predict Toxicities of CDK 4/6 Inhibitors in Older Breast Cancer Patients?

Start date: October 1, 2021
Phase:
Study type: Observational [Patient Registry]

CDK 4/6 inhibitors (palbociclib, ribociclib) have taken their place in our practice recently with their clinical benefits in the treatment of hormone-positive and HER2 negative metastatic breast cancer. Abemaciclib, another CDK 4/6 inhibitor, is not frequently preferred because of reimbursement problems in Turkey. The most obvious advantages of CDK 4/6 inhibitors are that they are used orally and have relatively fewer side effects against chemotherapy. Neutropenia, diarrhea, elevation in liver function tests are the main dose-limiting side effects. In the geriatric age group, it can be thought that the expected benefit from the treatment will not be achieved in cases where these side effects cannot be predicted or managed well. The geriatric age group (65 years and older) deserves special attention in oncology practice, considering both the treatments and the disease itself. Although a number of very useful clinical scales have been developed regarding this subject, it is important that the scale used should be comprehensive as well as being easily applicable for integrating it into daily practice. Geriatric 8 (G8) was found to be a highly sensitive test based on a comprehensive geriatric examination, while the Groningen frailty scale with high specificity. The common feature of these two tests is that they are suitable for daily practice as they are easy to fill. In the light of this information, we aimed to examine whether the G8 and Groningen frailty scale could shed light on clinicians in predicting side effects during the use of CDK 4/6 inhibitors (palbociclib and ribociclib) in geriatric breast cancer patients. We also aimed to reveal the adverse events of these CDK 4/6 inhibitors as real-life experience.

NCT ID: NCT05051514 Recruiting - Clinical trials for Obstructive Sleep Apnea Syndrome

Muscle Tone Change in OSA

OSASMumec
Start date: April 18, 2021
Phase:
Study type: Observational

To investigate the differences in respiratory functions, orofacial muscle tone changes, anxiety/depression, and quality of life of the patients according to the severity of Obstructive Sleep Apnea Syndrome.

NCT ID: NCT05051371 Recruiting - Geriatrics Clinical Trials

Postoperative Residual Curarization in Elderly Patients in Post-anesthesia Care Unit

Start date: August 15, 2021
Phase:
Study type: Observational

In this study, we aimed to determine the knowledge levels and approaches of anesthesiologists working in our clinic about postoperative residual curarization(PORC) in elderly patients with a questionnaire. In addition, we aimed to determine the incidence of PORC and factors associated with PORC in the recovery unit in elderly patients over 65 years of age who underwent surgery under general anesthesia using muscle relaxants with a prospective observational study.

NCT ID: NCT05051319 Completed - Elderly Clinical Trials

Factors Associated With Cognitive Status in the Elderly

Start date: April 1, 2017
Phase:
Study type: Observational [Patient Registry]

The aim of this study was to investigate the factors related to cognitive status in elderly individuals living in the community. A total of 841 elderly (female: 422, male: 419) living in the community were included in this cross-sectional study. The sociodemographic information of the elderly was recorded. In addition, cognitive status, quality of life, depression and musculoskeletal pain were questioned. The classification and regression tree analysis was used to identify factors associated with cognitive status. Age, depression, quality of life, neck pain, and headache were determinative on the cognitive status of the elderly. Knowing the factors related to cognitive status in elderly individuals living in the community is very important in terms of early diagnosis of factors that may affect the quality of life of these individuals.

NCT ID: NCT05051267 Recruiting - Infant, Newborn Clinical Trials

Evaluation of the Effectiveness of Non-pharmacological Methods During Heel Blood Collection

Start date: March 3, 2021
Phase: N/A
Study type: Interventional

Although various pharmacological methods have been used for heel puncture, their effectiveness has not been demonstrated. However, their use is limited due to their sedating effects, toxic effects, and respiratory depressant properties. In this sense, the use of non-pharmacological methods has been examined. Non-pharmacological methods have no side effects, are cheap, and are easily available/applicable. For these reasons, the fact that non-pharmacological methods (appropriate positioning, mother's lap, mother's voice, white noise, oral sucrose, classical music) have been frequently used in recent years, especially during painful interventions. Based on this information, the study was planned as a randomized controlled experimental study to compare the effects of holding the baby in the mother's arms, hearing white noise and mother's voice, or using them in combination during heel blood collection from healthy newborns.

NCT ID: NCT05050552 Completed - Clinical trials for One-Lung Ventilation

Oxygen Reserve Index in One-Lung Ventilation During Elective Thoracic Operations

Start date: March 1, 2020
Phase:
Study type: Observational [Patient Registry]

The investigators' goal is to perform an observational cohort study investigating the use of oxygen reserve index (ORi) in patients undergoing elective thoracic surgery and one-lung ventilation (OLV). For this purpose, ORi values are recorded and compared to the other collected hemodynamical and oximeter parameters. The primary hemodynamic parameters include heart rate (HR) and blood pressure (BP), while; oximeter device-related parameters include peripheral oxygen saturation, perfusion index (PI), and pleth variability index (PVI). The investigators' secondary goal is to investigate relationships between these hemodynamical and oximeter parameters using statistical analysis methods.

NCT ID: NCT05049694 Recruiting - Caries; Dentin Clinical Trials

Success of Zirconia and Stainless Steel Crowns for Permanent Molars

Start date: August 1, 2019
Phase: N/A
Study type: Interventional

The purpose of this study is to evaluate and compare the clinical and radiographic performance of zirconia and stainless steel crowns on permanent molar

NCT ID: NCT05049382 Recruiting - Clinical trials for Impacted Third Molar Tooth

Does Extraction Difficulty of Mandibular Impacted Third Molars Mirror Post-op Outcomes?

Start date: September 9, 2021
Phase: N/A
Study type: Interventional

The tooth of the patient who applies to the clinic for the impacted wisdom tooth will be classified according to pell-gregory and winter. Before the extraction, patients' interincisal, tragus-comissura and lateral canthus-angulus distances, OHIP-14 scores will be measured. Operation time will be recorded. After the operation, on 3rd day patients' interincisal, tragus-comissura and lateral canthus-angulus distances, OHIP-14 scores and VAS scores will be recorded. On 7th and 14th day, all these measurement will be replied. On 30th day and 60th day OHIP-14 scores will measured again. All these data will be evaluated to find any correlation between; operation time, classification and post-op outcomes.

NCT ID: NCT05048420 Completed - Sport Injury Clinical Trials

THE EFFECT OF RAMP LESION REPAIR ON RETURN TO SPORTS IN ANTERIOR CRUCIATE LIGAMENT RECONSTRUCTION

Start date: March 1, 2019
Phase: N/A
Study type: Interventional

Purpose/reason of the research: The anterior cruciate ligament (ACL) is an important ligament in maintaining knee function. In patients with anterior cruciate ligament (ACL) injury, concomitant intra-articular lesions are usually seen. It has been reported that approximately 43% of all patients with ACL tears have associated lateral or medial meniscal injuries. Injury associated with a tear of the meniscotibial ligament in the posterior horn of the medial meniscus is defined as a RAMP lesion. Because the RAMP lesion is located within the posteromedial "blind spot", it has historically been underdiagnosed. It has been reported that 9-17% of all ACL tears have RAMP lesions. RAMP lesions have been found to increase the force on the ACL. Injury to the meniscotibial ligaments has been shown to increase rotational instability of the knee. Based on the available literature, there is a discrepancy between authors regarding the repair of a RAMP lesion during an acute ACL surgery. In chronic ACL rupture, some authors have suggested that the RAMP lesion has a suitable biological environment for healing. thinks. However, excessive mobility of the meniscocapsular junction has been reported in RAMP lesions during knee flexion and extension. It has been suggested that these lesions are different from other peripheral tears and are not suitable for spontaneous healing. It is suggested that meniscal RAMP lesion repair will be the most effective approach. Rehabilitation after repair of a RAMP lesion depends on whether the repair is performed concurrently with ACL surgery. When performed with an ACL surgery, the process is followed according to the ACL rehabilitation protocol. Even if the functionality of the knee is fully restored in the post-ACL surgery period, not all patients can return to their previous level of sportive performance due to various psychological, social and physiological factors. In the literature, different information can be found as criteria for returning to sports after ACL surgery. The rate of returning to sports was reported as 65-88% in patients with ACL reconstruction, and 19-82% in patients who were followed conservatively. However, there are few studies with short- or long-term follow-up after the identification and treatment of RAMP lesions. Accordingly, our aim in this study is to comprehensively evaluate the return to sports of participants who have undergone isolated anterior cruciate ligament surgery and who have had simultaneous RAMP lesion repair with anterior cruciate ligament surgery. This assessment will provide the opportunity to examine functional capacity, balance, psychological state, activity level and pain with different measurement methods. Material and method of the research: The study will consist of 2 groups, including 12 participants who have undergone isolated ACL surgery and 12 participants who have had simultaneous RAMP lesion repair in Istanbul Medipol Mega Hospitals Complex Orthopedics and Traumatology Unit, with a total of 24 participants.

NCT ID: NCT05047874 Recruiting - Clinical trials for Short-term (3 Days) High-dose (1000 mg) Systemic Methylprednisolone

High-dose, Short-term Steroid and Low-dose Long-term Steroid Use in ARDS Caused by COVID-19

Start date: September 20, 2021
Phase:
Study type: Observational

In this study, we aimed to compare, retrospectively, the 15-day continuous hemodynamic, laboratory and clinical course of COVID 19 patients to whom we administered short-term (3 days) high-dose (1000 mg) systemic methylprednisolone with those to whom low-dose long-term (2x 40 mg) systemic methylprednisolone was administered.