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Usefulness of 3D Digital Reconstruction in the Imaging Diagnosis of Pancreatic Tumors

NCT04783844

Reconstruction using 3D virtual models has brought about a revolution in diagnostic imaging and its use is increasingly widespread. The objective of this work is to determine the precision of the 3D model when establishing the characteristics of tumors and their relationship with other anatomical structures.

Conditions: Pancreas Neoplasm

Effect of Dapagliflozin on LV Remodeling Post AMI

NCT04783870

The overall hypothesis of the study is that Dapagliflozin will reduce left ventricular remodeling in patients who have had a myocardial infarction.

Conditions: Myocardial Infarction

Single and Dual Task Gait Parameters in Children With Specific Learning Difficulties

NCT04783987

Children with spesific learning disorders have differences in motor and cognitive abilities compared to normal developing children. Motor tasks as walking are not just have a motor components and also require a cognitive process to realize. Therefore cognitive abilities may effect motor performance. In daily life, individuals perform dual or multitasks instead of single tasks naturally. Dual task is defined as the concurrent performance of two tasks that can be performed independently. Also du ...

Conditions: Specific Learning Disorder, Gait

Validity and Reliability of Turkish Version of The Working Memory Questionnaire

NCT04783740

The aim of this study was to determine the Turkish validity and reliability of ''The Working Memory Questionnaire'' developed by Dr. Vallat-Azouvi.

Conditions: Working Memory, The Working Memory Questionnaire

Instrument Assisted Soft Tissue Mobilization Effect on Blood Flow

NCT04785079

This study is designed to evaluate the short term change in blood flow in the superficial human tissue layers after the application of 3 min Graston instrumented assisted soft tissue mobilization on the plantar aspect of the foot and the trapezius muscle.

Conditions: Asymptomatic Condition
Phase: Not Applicable

A Study to Determine the Validity and Sensitivity of 'Questionnaire to Screen for HYpothyroidism' (Q'SHY)

NCT04784208

Type of Study Questionnaire- Development and validation Information about the Q'SHY: The Q'SHY- Questionnaire for Screening of Hypothyroidism is a Patient Reported Outcome (PRO) tool to enable screening for Hypothyroidism in the general population. It is a 20-item questionnaire which covers aspects of the symptoms of Hypothyroidism and incorporates the contributory factors from patient history which when combined, provides a robust tool to effectively screen the population. The questionnaire c ...

Conditions: Hypothyroidism, Healthy

Telehealth Program to Prevent Cancer and Chemotherapy-related Cognitive Impairment.

NCT04783402

The present randomized controlled trial has the main objective to study the effects of a videoconferenced occupational therapy program in preventing cancer and chemotherapy-related cognitive impairment and other health outcomes, as well as in improving quality of live and occupational performance of women undergoing chemotherapy for breast cancer.

Conditions: Breast Neoplasms
Phase: Not Applicable

Agreement Between Video and In-person Airway Assessment Performed by Anaesthetists in Patients Scheduled for Elective Same-day Gynaecological Procedures

NCT04783584

During a general anaesthetic, patients cannot breathe on their own and have to be artificially ventilated. This is achieved by connecting the patient's windpipe (trachea) to a ventilator via the use of a plastic tube called an endotracheal tube (ETT). To place this ETT into the patient's trachea, an instrument called a laryngoscope is used to lift the tongue and view the entrance to the trachea. This process is called laryngoscopy. The act of placing this ETT into the trachea is called intubatio ...

Conditions: Difficult Intubation, Difficult Airway Intubation

The Effect of Phenolic Compounds in Osteoarthritis; a Nutritional Intervention

NCT04783792

The main objective of the study is to elucidate the beneficial effect of a dietary supplement with phenolic compounds in patients with OA versus ascorbic acid. The analysis of the data is expected to clarify the role of the new supplement as one with a positive effect on OA-related biomarkers, on functional abilities and on the quality of life of patients with OA.

Conditions: Symptomatic Knee Osteoarthritis
Phase: Phase 1/2

Vision Preservation and Restoration Following a 6 Month Trial of GlaucoCetin

NCT04784234

This study is looking at changes in vision and visual function before and after a six month trial of a daily medical food called GlaucoCetin, formulated with ingredients to support and protect the optic nerve cells. Open angle glaucoma patients will be randomized to receive either a placebo or the medical food for 6 months. We hope to learn if this medical food can improve the vision of our glaucoma patients and to report the findings obtained to the general public.

Conditions: Primary Open Angle Glaucoma
Phase: Not Applicable

Miro-randomized Trial for Optimizing a JITAI to Reduce Dietary Lapses in Obesity Treatment

NCT04784585

This project targets dietary lapses (instances of nonadherence to dietary goals), a major cause of poor outcomes during behavioral obesity treatment, which is a recommended first-line intervention for cardiovascular disease. The investigators propose to conduct a micro-randomized trial (MRT) to empirically optimize a smartphone-based just-in-time adaptive intervention (JITAI) that monitors risk and intervenes on lapses as needed. By evaluating the immediate, proximal effect of four theory-driven ...

Conditions: Obesity
Phase: Not Applicable

Validity and Reliability of the Turkish Version of the Pectus Carinatum Evaluation Questionnaire for Patients With Pectus Carinatum

NCT04783948

Based on the hypothesis that the chest wall was still pliable in adolescence and could be reshaped in a normal position with the external suppressor applied on the chest, a pressure orthosis was started to be used in the pectus carinatum. It is the focus of attention as it is an alternative method to surgery for patients. However, the patient's compliance with the orthosis is difficult. Therefore, in our study, we aimed to investigate the Turkish Validity and Reliability of the Pectus Carinatum ...

Conditions: Pectus Carinatum, Compliance, Brace