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Anemia Clinical Trials

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Substudy of CADRE: for People With Extreme Phenotype: BIOCADRE

Sickle cell disease (SCD) is the most frequent monogenic disease in the world, due to a unique mutation on the -globin gene. Most affected individuals live in sub-Saharan Africa, yet, the natural history of the disease in Africa remains largely unknown. SCD usually presents in childhood and is characterized by ...

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Sickle-cell Disease Registry of the GPOH

Sickle cell disease is one of the most common hereditary diseases. Most severe complications can be avoided if the disease is detected early and treated appropriately. The sickle cell disease registry of the Society for Paediatric Oncology/Haematology aims at describing the epidemiology of sickle cell disease in German-speaking central Europe. ...

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Re-Aiming at Hydroxyurea Adherence for Sickle Cell With mHealth

Data for the needs assessment and pilot trial will be collected from the patients via validated surveys, qualitative methods (e.g., interviews and focus groups), and medical record abstraction. The study will utilize a Hybrid Effectiveness-Implementation design that will blend both a new intervention to impact the effectiveness of hydroxyurea, text ...

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Cerebrovascular Reserve Measurements in Sickle Cell Disease

CVR is hypothesized to be impaired in SCD patients and could account for the white matter hyperintensities seen on MRI in these patients. Cerebral blood flow (CBF) alone is not sufficient to provide insight into the hemodynamic status of the brain. CVR allows us to gain insight into the capacity ...

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Epidemiology of Silent and Overt Strokes in Sickle Cell Anemia

Sickle cell anemia is a rare disease occurring in an estimated 66,000 children and adults, often poor and underserved, in the United States. Strokes and silent strokes contribute significantly to illness burden in adults with sickle cell anemia, resulting in impairment, challenges with school and job performance, and premature death. ...

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Clinical Signs and Symptoms of Anemia in Patients Over 75 Years

Anemia is a common pathology in geriatrics. According to the World Health Organization it affects 23.9% of subjects over 60 years in the world, and 8% of patients over 60 years in Europe. A prevalence that increases with the age and twice in individuals over 85 years.

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Does Increase in Appetite After Iron Treatment Induced by Ghrelin Hormone

Prior to Iron treatment Investigator will sample subject blood for: counting blood, iron sector indices, renal function, electrolytes, and measure the level of ghrelin fasting plasma. In addition, the patient will fill a structured questionnaire that examines appetite levels. participants will be asked to answer a structured questionnaire which will ...

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Evaluation of Knowledge Among Adolescents With Sickle Cell Disease.

Sickle cell teenagers receive regular hospital medical care. Adolescence is the time when the pathophysiology of the disease is re-explained and when questions around puberty (possibly delayed), sexuality and contraception are discussed. Sickle cell disease, like any chronic disease, can have repercussion on the development and behavior of young patients. ...

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Novel Cardiac Magnetic Resonance Imaging to Define a Unique Restrictive Cardiomyopathy in Sickle Cell Disease

Sickle cell disease (SCD) causes progressive cardiopulmonary morbidity, beginning in childhood, which can ultimately be fatal. As a group, cardiopulmonary complications, such as acute chest syndrome and sudden death, are now the most common causes of death in SCD, especially in adolescents and adults. Patients with SCD have features of ...

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Investigating Lysosomal Storage Diseases in Minority Groups

Although lysosomal storage disorders, such as Fabry disease, Gaucher disease, and Pompe disease, represent serious challenges in the healthcare system, no study has yet investigated the prevalence of these diseases in the US. Frequently, patients show progressive worsening of symptoms for several years before they get diagnosed. Since many of ...

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