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The goal of this observational study is to investigate the effects of measles virus (MeV) infection on pre-existing immunity, vaccine response, and susceptibility to subsequent illness in children aged 1-15 either with or without acute MeV infection.
In this study, we want to evaluate the performance and accuracy of the PJI Panel compared to the currently used multiple-criterion scoring systems for the diagnosis of PJI.
the primary aim of this project is to evaluate the microbiological and inflammatory effect of smoking status and smoking severity on periimplantitis lesions. The secondary aim is to compare the effect of smoking on periimplantitis and periodontal microbiota and inflammation in the same individuals. There will include 96 patients, equally divided into four groups: Smokers with peri-implantitis (n=24), non-smoker individuals with peri-implantitis (n=24), smokers with healthy peri-implant tissues (n=24), non-smoker individuals with healthy peri-implant tissues (n=24). Microbiological and biochemical analyses will be performed on the samples taken.
The objectives of this study are to analyze the oral microbiome modulations occurring during the transition from partial (with some residual teeth) to full edentulous (without remaining teeth) status and implant placement in subjects affected by severe periodontitis; to evaluate if microbiome changes in relation to the used of different implant material/surface; and to assess the variance of the changes to determine the sample size for future longitudinal prospective studies.
Vapendavir (VPV) is a drug being developed to treat human rhinovirus (RV) infection, one virus responsible for the common cold. Vapendavir prevents the virus from entering cells and making more infectious copies of itself. A study is being planned to investigate VPV in patients with chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD, a lung disease making it difficult to breathe) who develop a rhinoviral infection; however, VPV has not been approved for use in treating any indication (disease) by the FDA or any other global regulatory agency. Therefore, VPV is considered investigational, and the study doctor is conducting this investigational research study. Safety will be monitored throughout the entire study.
Main research purpose To investigate the pharmacokinetics of the test preparation azithromycin capsule and the reference preparation azithromycin capsule (Sumamed®) in Chinese healthy adult subjects by single oral administration in fasting state, and to evaluate the bioequivalence of the two preparations by oral administration in fasting state. Secondary research purpose To investigate the safety of the test preparation azithromycin capsule and the reference preparation "Sumamed®" in healthy subjects.
Sepsis is the second leading cause of maternal death in the U.S. For racial and ethnic minoritized birthing people, especially those who are Black, living in poverty, and from underserved communities, labor and postpartum are particularly vulnerable risk periods. The goal of this multi-center, multidisciplinary observational study is to optimize risk prediction accounting for the social determinants of health, and establish a novel maternal care continuity model to reduce sepsis- related death and disability and increase maternal health equity.
This is a virtual, double-blind, two-arm, randomized, placebo-controlled clinical trial that will last 12 weeks. Participants will take the CanXida Remove Candida Cleansing Formula RMV or a placebo product daily and complete questionnaires at Baseline, Week 6, and Week 12. Candida microbiome testing will be conducted via stool sample at Baseline and Week 12. The participants will all be blinded to the name of the test brand.
Detection of the role of Complete Blood Count (CBC) parameters in early diagnosis of pediatric pneumonia -Testing the ability of Complete Blood Count (CBC) parameters (N/L ratio, PLT /MPV ratio, MPV and other parameters) to differentiate between viral and bacterial pneumonia.
Sepsis is the second leading cause of maternal death in the U.S. For racial and ethnic minoritized birthing people, especially those who are Black, living in poverty, and from underserved communities, labor and postpartum are particularly vulnerable risk periods. The goal of this multi-center, multidisciplinary study is to evaluate a maternal sepsis safety bundle.