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Post-acute sequelae of SARS-CoV-2 infection can cause multiple system function disorders, and complicated symptoms last for an extended period. The virus can cause this continued infection, or the virus causes immune system function disorder and post-infectious autoimmune disease. The clinical symptoms can be smell loss, taste loss to liver function disorder, kidney function failure, different. No matter how complicated the systems showed in the clinic, all of the symptoms are due to the specific cells being damaged. Our clinical study is focused on recovering the damaged structure and function of the cells that could restore the organ function back to normal or close to normal
Major depressive disorder (MDD) is a common psychiatric condition, mostly treated with antidepressant drugs, which are limited for issues such as refractoriness, adverse effects and drug interactions, especially in the elderly population. In this context, the investigators investigate a non-pharmacological treatment known as recurrent transcranial magnetic stimulation (rTMS) with the theta-burst stimulation (TBS) method for the treatment of geriatric depression. This treatment modality has almost no adverse effects and avoids the risk associated with polypharmacy, providing an interesting alternative to antidepressant treatments. Our aim is to evaluate TBS efficacy in the treatment of geriatric depression in a randomized, double-blind, placebo-controlled clinical trial.
Sport is a privileged area to promote socialization and health values, such as companionship; a healthy lifestyle; cooperation to achieve common goals, and justice, rejecting unjustified advantages in competition. The concept of fair play is on which the development of those values pivots. From a holistic perspective, it is possible to define fair play, not only as a way to participate but also as a way of projecting people in life with values, assuming a set of behaviors that enhance a healthy and respectful sporting experience with opponents, the companions, the spectators, the referees and all the agents that take part in the sport practice.
Study will be conducted to determine if caregivers who use music at home will feel less burden and whether the person they are caring for will demonstrate decreased symptoms of dementia. Caregivers will participate in a series of psycho-educational trainings for six weeks. During this time, caregivers will learn how to use singing, music listening and music with movement with their family member. Caregivers should feel less stressed and a decreased sense of burden. The care recipient should appear happier with less occurrences of depression or restlessness.
Depression and anxiety are increasingly common conditions for which primary care providers (PCPs) serve as the initial healthcare contact for most patients. Comorbid depression and anxiety result in higher costs, and treatment as usual, which is referrals to specialty psychiatric care, often contribute to delays in care. Collaborative psychiatric care is an evidence-based strategy to increase mental healthcare access while reducing costs. ADAPT is a novel collaborative care model. By using technology-driven appointments with providers, ADAPT increases access to mental healthcare, and reduces member wait times. This mixed methods study will assess implementation measures of the ADAPT program and the components of ADAPT related to patient mental health improvement compared to specialty mental health care. The hypothesis is that: ADAPT program will have good program reach and efficacy. We will examine program implementation and maintenance. Further, the study looks to uncover member and program characteristics that are associated with depression and anxiety remission and care utilization.
The goal of this study is to estimate the direct, causal impact of medical debt on health care utilization, mental health, and wellbeing of patients. The investigators will conduct a survey to measure the impact of the debt forgiveness on health care use, mental health, and wellbeing. The survey will be administered to approximately 17,000 subjects of a recent medical financial intervention. In that prior intervention, a non-profit charity, RIP Medical Debt, purchased and abolished medical debt for a randomly selected about 6,000 (out of the 17,000) individuals. In this current protocol, the investigators will administer the survey, and will compare surveyed outcomes of subjects who received and did not receive the intervention.
A randomized controlled trial will be conducted to determine the unique role of the arts as a proactive mental health strategy for college students in Generation Z. Arts-only, mindfulness-only, and arts-based mindfulness interventions as they compare to a non-intervention control group. These interventions will be delivered using a minimal contact, web-based approach. Psychological and physiological outcomes will be measured to determine if arts-related interventions activate unique and distinguishable mechanisms of change compared to the mindfulness only intervention and non-intervention control groups. In addition, protective effects will be assessed based on student participants' response to an acute academic stress simulation. Qualitative data in the form of transcribed exit interviews will be analyzed to characterize the unique needs of Generation Z students, along with level of engagement, intervention acceptance and satisfaction.
This is a randomized, double-blind, placebo-controlled clinical trial to assess the efficacy and safety of PRAX-114 in participants with moderate to severe major depressive disorder (MDD). Participants will be randomized to receive 28 days of either 40 mg PRAX-114 or placebo in a 1:1 ratio.
According to early 20th century psychoanalysis, the "unsaid" becomes apparent in the relationship between patient and therapist, as well as in metaphors and symbols revealed through unintended utterances, imaginative techniques, and dreams. To convey emotions and thoughts, this method relies on the use of spoken language. Likewise, spoken language remains central to the practice of psychotherapy in subsequent decades, as clinicians and researchers sought to translate and transform major claims of psychoanalysis into newer paradigms, the most prominent of them being cognitive-behavioral, client-centered and family-systems psychotherapy. Inspired by somatic psychology and neuroscience evidence, more recent approaches focus on body and movement to target the "unsaid" beyond spoken language. Funded by the German Federal Ministry of Education and Research, the "Sentire" project attempts to provide immediate sound feedback for physical distance and touch between individuals (www.sentire.me). The present phase-IIA waiting-list controlled proof-of-concept trial aims to explore the adequacy of "Sentire" as a potential means to complement existing methods in couple therapy. The results obtained will determine the design of a subsequent phase-IIB randomized controlled trial.
The clinical trial will investigate the effect of brexpiprazole on the concept of life engagement in patients with MDD with a current depressive episode.