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The aim of this crossover clinical study was the evaluation and comparison of masticatory performance and patient satisfaction for patients rehabilitated with conventional heat cured acrylic resin and 3D printed mandibular implant overdentures retained with bar attachment. it was concluded that 3D printed implant overdenture showed promising results regarding chewing efficiency and patient satisfaction compared to conventionally fabricated implant overdenture.
This study aimed to provide a recipe resource with visuals in line with the low-residue diet recommendations given to patients before colonoscopy, including cooking instructions for the meals in the diet list. In this way, we aimed to minimize confusion regarding dietary restrictions during colonoscopy preparation and ensure full compliance with the diet list. Our hypothesis is that this approach may enhance compliance with current recommendations and improve the quality of bowel preparation.
To evaluate whether the use of augmented reality (AR) for visualizing 3D models can be a valuable addition to patient education regarding orthognathic procedures compared to using only 2D visualization (on a computer screen).
The aim of this study is to evaluate the effectiveness of submucosal 8 mg (2 mL) dexamethasone on postoperative pain, swelling, chewing efficiency, trismus, healing, and discomfort after periodontal flap surgery
DESIGN: Prospective randomised-controlled trial AIM: To determine whether presenting both techniques of general anaesthesia and regional anaesthesia in an unbiased manner, with video media, aids the anaesthetic consent process, compared to standard verbal consent alone. OUTCOME MEASURES Primary outcome: - Participants' satisfaction regarding the anaesthetic consent process Secondary outcomes: - Knowledge, attitudes and practices towards anaesthesia - Participants' choice of anaesthetic technique POPULATION: General adult population (>18yrs), males and females DURATION: 2 years
To investigate the anxiolytic effects of binaural beat-embedded audio in patients undergoing sedation-free upper gastrointestinal endoscopy
This study aimed to evaluate patient satisfaction (VAS) , prosthetic outcomes and clinical outcomes of polyether ether ketone (PEEK) Versus Titanium Zirconium fixed prostheses supported by six maxillary implants and opposed by distal extension removable partial denture.
Twenty completely edentulous patients were enrolled in this study. Each patient received two types of prostheses. 1) Conventional complete dentures. 2) 3D printed dimethacrylate-based resin complete dentures. Patient satisfaction was assessed using the oral health impact profile (OHIP-EDENT-N) survey questionnaire, and masticatory performance was evaluated with the two-colored chewing gum mixing ability by evaluation of the standard deviation of hue at (T0) at the time of complete denture insertion, (T3) after 3 months of denture use and (T6) after 6 months of denture use.
Status epilepticus (SE) is a common life-threatening neurological emergency in which prolonged or multiple closely spaced seizures can result in long-term impairments. SE remains associated with considerable mortality and morbidity, with little progress over the last three decades. The proportion of patients who die in the hospital is about 20% overall and 40% in patients with refractory SE. Morbidity is more difficult to evaluate, as adverse effects of SE are often difficult to differentiate from those attributed to the cause of SE. Our experience suggests that nearly 50% of patients may experience long-term functional impairments. The precise description of the consequences of these functional impairments and their impact on quality of life after SE requiring intensive care management has been little studied. Indeed, if cognitive, physical and mental impairments are now identified in the populations of patients who required intensive care under the term postresuscitation syndrome (PICS), neuronal lesions consecutive to the SE itselfor to its cause could be responsible for these different functional alterations. Thus, the following have been described: (i) cognitive disorders in the areas of attention, executive functions and verbal fluency, visual and working memory disorders, but also spatio-temporal disorders; (ii) physical disorders such as the so-called post-resuscitation polyneuromyopathy; and (iii) mental disorders such as anxiety disorders, depressive states or those related to post-traumatic stress. Assessment and characterization of patient-reported outcomes is essential to complement the holistic assessment of clinically relevant outcomes from the patient's perspective. The POSEIDON study was a cross-sectional collection of PROs and HR-QOL components, and associated with patient functional outcomes, in those who required ICU management for status epilepticus. We propose here to continue the description of potential alterations after a subsequent ME, namely a longitudinal study (POSEIDON 2) which will also include the evaluation of patient-reported experience (PREMS) and the measurement of family burden.
The goal of this clinical trial is to compare if playing music before and during an embryo transfer can make a difference for women who are going through a frozen embryo transfer as part of a medical procedure called assisted reproduction technology (ART). The main questions it aims to answer are: - Does listening to music before and while having the embryo transfer make patients feel more satisfied and less anxious? - Does listening to music before and during the embryo transfer affect how likely it is for the woman to get pregnant? Before the embryo transfer, the participants will listen to music through earphones or speakers. During the embryo transfer, the participants will listen to music through speakers. During the embryo transfer, the comparison group will not listen to music and will receive the usual care. The aim is to see if listening to music before and during the embryo transfer can help make the procedure better for women.