Mont-Royal, Canada Clinical Trials

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Understanding the Negative Effects of Bed Rest and Using Exercise as Countermeasure

Physical activity appears to be an important lifestyle habit to achieve healthy aging by promoting autonomy and quality of life. Interestingly, the dramatic changes that the human body undergoes due to bedrest for illnesses and hospitalization are similar to those seen over decades of normal aging. Bedrest in otherwise healthy …

Royal Victoria Hospital - Glen Site
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  • 21 Jul, 2021
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ImproviNg rEnal Outcomes Following Coronary angiograPhy and/or percuTaneoUs coroNary intErventions

The NEPTUNE triple-blind, active-placebo, adaptive, pragmatic, randomized trial aims to evaluate the effectiveness of a new intra-venous hydration strategy guided by left ventricular end-diastolic pressure (LVEDP), amount of contrast used, and baseline renal function, to prevent contrast-induced acute kidney injury (CI-AKI) and patient-oriented clinical endpoints in all-comer patients undergoing coronary …

Montreal Heart Institute
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  • 19 Jul, 2021
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Prevention of Mild-to-moderate Hypoglycemia in Type 1 Diabetes

According to guidelines, when a mild-to-moderate hypoglycemia occurs (capillary blood glucose < 4.0 mmol/L), 15-20g of rapidly absorbed carbohydrates should be ingested. Patients should re-test and re-ingest 15-20g carbohydrates every 15 minutes until they recover from hypoglycemia. These recommendations were principally based on two studies conducted in the 80s before …

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Montreal Clinical Research Institute
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  • 19 Jul, 2021
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A Combined Multidomain Intervention to Prevent Cognitive Decline Associated With Cardiovascular Risk Factors.

The ACTIONcardioRisk trial is designed to investigate the effect of aerobic and progressive resistance training exercises combined with cognitive training, on neurocognitive functioning of sedentary older adults with and without cardiovascular risk factors.

Preventive medicine and physical activity centre (centre EPIC), Montreal Heart Institute
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  • 21 Jul, 2021
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