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The Happy Older Latinos Are Active (HOLA) Health Promotion Study in HIV-Infected Latino Men

The purpose of this study is to examine the feasibility of an intervention to prevent chronic diseases like diabetes, high blood pressure, and obesity in midlife and older Latino adults living with HIV. The investigators expect that the participant will be in this study for seven months. Participants will be ...

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Comparison of Pupilometer and Ultrasound of Optic Nerve Sheath Diameter in Estimating Intracranial Pressure (ICP)

The purpose of this investigator-initiated study is to compare the use of pupilometer and ultrasound assessment of optic nerve sheath diameter in predicting the ICP and to see if there is a value that could be used to indicate elevated ICP with either modality as these numbers are inconsistent throughout ...

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Medication Adherence and Outcomes Among Patients in United States With HIV

The goal of this study is to explore the feasibility of using wireless devices and financial incentives to motivate medication adherence among high-risk HIV positive patients. By partnering with the Drexel Partnership Comprehensive Care Clinic at Drexel University, the investigators will be able to identify such patients using clinic patient ...

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Growth Hormone Dynamics and Cardiac Steatosis in HIV

Cardiac steatosis is increased among individuals with HIV, and may predispose to cardiac mechanical dysfunction and subsequent heart failure. The pathogenesis and treatment of cardiac steatosis is not well understood. The investigators have previously shown that perturbed growth hormone (GH) secretion in HIV contributes to ectopic fat accumulation in the ...

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Fluid Status and T1-mapping by CMR

It is unclear to what extent systemic fluid overload has an impact on T1-mapping results by cardiovascular mangetic resonance imaging. In this study, patients will undergo body composition monitoring assessing systemic fluid overload and T1-mapping using MOLLI by cardiovacular magnetic resonance imaging in order to investigate a possible association with ...

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Impact of Representative Payee Services on ART Adherence Among Marginalized People Living With HIV/AIDS

Marginalized populations, including those who are unstably housed and have mental health or substance use disorders, demonstrate alarming rates of disparities in the incidence of new HIV infections and treatment outcomes. These populations have HIV viral suppression rates as low as 13% and mortality 3 to 5 times higher than ...

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Community Based Interventions to Improve HIV Outcomes in Youth: a Cluster Randomised Trial in Zimbabwe

Young people fare disproportionately poorly across the HIV care continuum compared to other age-groups; the prevalence of undiagnosed HIV is substantially higher, and coverage of and adherence to antiretroviral therapy is lower, resulting overall in worse virological outcomes. Aim: The aim is to determine the impact of an integrated community-based ...

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Task Shifting to Treat Depression and HIV Medication Nonadherence in Low Resource Settings

Depression is commonly co-morbid with HIV infection in Zimbabwe and is consistently associated with worse adherence to antiretroviral therapy (ART). A task-shifted intervention for depression and ART adherence, suitable for delivery by non-specialists, could make a critical difference to the health and survival of people managing the challenges of HIV ...

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Clinical Evaluation of a Modular Extracorporeal Circulation Circuit

Development of cardiopulmonary bypass circuit (heart-lung machine) is considered as a landmark breakthrough in cardiac surgery, greatly promoting treatment of cardiovascular diseases. Since 1953, when the first operation under cardiopulmonary bypass was performed and for almost 6 decades, little progress has been made in the direction of improving cardiopulmonary bypass ...

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Early Feasibility Study of the RelayBranch Thoracic Stent-Graft System

This Early Feasibility Study (EFS) protocol describes the clinical study requirements for the Relay Branch System; a device designed to provide an option for patients with arch and proximal descending chronic thoracic aortic pathologies. As an EFS, this investigation is intended to provide proof of principle and initial clinical safety ...

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