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101. Effects of a multimodal exercise program on balance, functional mobility and fall risk in older adults with cognitive impairment: a randomized controlled single-blind study. (Abstract)

balance, and risk of falls in older adults with mild or moderate cognitive impairment.A randomized controlled study.A long-term care institute.Cognitively impaired individuals aged over 60 years.Eighty-six participants were randomized to an exercise group providing multimodal exercise program for 12 months or a control group which did not participate in any exercise program. The Performance Oriented Mobility Assessment scale, Timed Up and Go test, and incidence of falls were measured at baseline, at 6 (...) Effects of a multimodal exercise program on balance, functional mobility and fall risk in older adults with cognitive impairment: a randomized controlled single-blind study. Exercise programs have important role in prevention of falls, but to date, there are conflicting findings about the effects of exercise programs on balance, functional performance and fall risk among cognitively impaired older adults. AIM. To investigate the effects of a multimodal exercise program on static and dynamic

2013 European journal of physical and rehabilitation medicine Controlled trial quality: uncertain

102. Cognitive impairment and "invisible symptoms" are not associated with CCSVI in MS. Full Text available with Trip Pro

duration and EDSS score with MS patients without CCSVI, serving as controls. CI was assessed with the Brief Repeatable Battery (BRB) and the Stroop Test (ST) and it was defined by the presence of at least three impaired tests. Fatigue and depressive symptoms were assessed with Fatigue Severity Scale (FSS) and Hamilton Depressive Rating Scale (HDRS), respectively. Bladder and sexual symptoms were assessed with the respective items of the Italian version of Guy's Neurological Disability Scale (GNDS (...) Cognitive impairment and "invisible symptoms" are not associated with CCSVI in MS. We investigated the association between chronic cerebrospinal venous insufficiency (CCSVI) and cognitive impairment (CI) in multiple sclerosis (MS). Moreover, we evaluated the association between CCSVI and other frequent self-reported MS symptoms.We looked at the presence of CI in incident MS patients with CCVSI in a population-based cohort of Catania, Italy. All subjects were group-matched by age, sex, disease

2013 BMC Neurology

103. Impaired Cerebral Haemodynamics in Vascular Depression: Insights From Transcranial Doppler Ultrasonography Full Text available with Trip Pro

function and severity of subcortical ischemic vascular disease in a sample of VD patients. Methods: Seventy six patients (mean age 72.5 ± 5.3 years; 53.9% females) met the DSM-5 diagnostic criteria for unipolar major depression. Mean blood flow velocity (MBFv) and pulsatility index (PI) were recorded from the middle cerebral artery. Quantification of depressive symptoms (17-item Hamilton Depression Rating Scale -HDRS), neuropsychological test evaluating frontal lobe abilities (Stroop Color-Word test (...) Impaired Cerebral Haemodynamics in Vascular Depression: Insights From Transcranial Doppler Ultrasonography Introduction: Late-life depression is a well-known risk factor for future dementia. Increasing evidences also show a link between cerebral hypoperfusion and neurodegeneration, although data on Transcranial Doppler ultrasonography (TCD)-derived measures in patients with "Vascular Depression" (VD) are lacking. The aim of this study was to assess and correlate TCD parameters with cognitive

2018 Frontiers in Psychiatry

104. Hearing Impairment, Strategies, and Outcomes in Emergency Departments

that decision makers in VAMCs, ED and Audiology Services need to commit to this approach Condition or disease Intervention/treatment Phase Hearing Loss Emergency Service Hospital Readmission Other: PockeTalker Other: No PockeTalker Not Applicable Detailed Description: The goal of this study is to test whether providing hearing assistance devices to older age hearing impaired patients in the ED setting will improve in-ED understanding and preparation for discharge. The proposed intervention, the Hearing (...) ] The investigators will observe and survey participants to determine whether or not they use the hearing assistance device while they are in the ED. This will be measured on a yes/no basis. Communication with providers during ED stay [ Time Frame: Duration of ED stay, average of 1-2 days ] Participants will self-rate their quality of hearing, understanding, and communication using a six item questionnaire. Scored on a 10-point Likert scale (1 = do not agree at all; 10 = completely agree) the questions

2018 Clinical Trials

105. Effect of computerized cognitive rehabilitation program on cognitive function and activities of living in stroke patients. Full Text available with Trip Pro

Effect of computerized cognitive rehabilitation program on cognitive function and activities of living in stroke patients. [Purpose] The objective of this study was to examine the effect of cognitive rehabilitation using a computer on cognitive function and activities of daily living in stroke patients presenting impairment of cognitive function. [Subjects] Forty-six stroke patients were divided into two groups (a training group and control group) through random assignment. [Methods (...) ] The training group received rehabilitation therapy and an additional computerized cognitive rehabilitation program using The RehaCom software 30 minutes/day, 5 times/week for 5 weeks. The control group received only rehabilitation therapy including physical and occupational therapy. A comparative analysis on all subjects was conducted before and after the experiment using a cognitive test and activities of daily living test. [Results] After 5 weeks of therapy, the training group presented statistically

2015 Journal of physical therapy science Controlled trial quality: uncertain

106. Efficacy and Safety of Actovegin in Post-stroke Cognitive Impairment (PSCI)

task to test for memory consolidation and a maze test for executive performance. Each item is scored and then the item scores are totaled. Total scores range from 0 (best) to 90 (worst). Higher scores indicate greater cognitive impairment. A negative change from Baseline indicates improvement. Analysis of Covariance (ANCOVA) model was used for analyses that included treatment, pooled centre, and their interaction as factors and Baseline ADAS-cog+ score as a covariate. Secondary Outcome Measures (...) , a delayed recall task to test for memory consolidation and a maze test for executive performance. Each item is scored and then the item scores are totaled. Total scores range from 0 (best) to 90 (worst). Higher scores indicate greater cognitive impairment. A negative change from Baseline indicates improvement. ANCOVA model was used for analyses that included treatment, pooled centre, and their interaction as factors and Baseline ADAS-cog+ score as a covariate. Change From Baseline in Montreal Cognitive

2012 Clinical Trials

107. Knee Stability and Movement Coordination Impairments: Knee Ligament Sprain

: randomized controlled trials SANE: single assessment numeric evaluation SF-12: Medical Outcomes Study 12-Item Short-Form Health Survey SF-36: Medical Outcomes Study 36-Item Short-Form Health Survey TSK-11: Tampa Scale of Kinesiophobia AIM OF THE GUIDELINES The Orthopaedic Section of the American Physical Therapy Association (APTA) has an ongoing effort to create evidence- based clinical practice guidelines (CPGs) for orthopaedic physical therapy management of patients with musculoskel- etal impairments (...) -Item Short-Form Health Survey (SF-36), and Tegner activity scales from baseline to 2 years. In the 5-year follow-up study, they had similar results, with no differences between groups in PROs, activity level, or radiographic incidence of osteoar- thritis in the surgical knee. II In a systematic review assessing outcomes after quadriceps autograft ACL reconstruction, Mulford et al 81 reported in 4 comparative studies that liga- ment stability testing and PROs were similar among quadri- ceps tendon

2017 The Orthopaedic Section of the American Physical Therapy Association (APTA), Inc.

108. Evaluation of the Six Minute Walk Test and Other Instruments in Heart Failure

/treatment Heart Failure Autonomic Nervous System Imbalance Heart Rate and Rhythm Disorders Quality of Life Other: Six minute walk test Detailed Description: Heart failure and its treatment result in symptoms such as pulmonary or systemic congestion causing impairment to the effort, psychological and social commitment, and impact on quality of life. Study Design Go to Layout table for study information Study Type : Observational Actual Enrollment : 17 participants Observational Model: Case Control (...) ). They then will be taken to the hallway to perform the six minute walk test monitored with a heart rate monitor (Polar RS800 CX). After the test there will be a break of 20 to 30 minutes before repeating the walk test. During rest time, the patient will answer the general health survey questionnaire: Medical Outcome Study 36-item Short-Form Health Survey (SF-36). Other Names: MLHFQ SF-36 Heart rate variability (Polar RS800 CX) Control Group All control group participants will perform two walk tests at the same day

2012 Clinical Trials

109. A Test-Drive Strategy for the Prescription of Prosthetic Feet for People With Leg Amputations

Measures : Two Minute Walk Test [ Time Frame: Administered at baseline and at 2-week follow up for each foot condition. ] Participants are asked to walk for 2 minutes at their fastest possible speed and distance walked is recorded. Prosthetic Limb Users Survey of Mobility (PLUS-M), tailored short-form [ Time Frame: Administered at baseline and at 2-week follow up for each foot condition. ] Standardized self-report item bank. Activities Specific Balance Confidence Scale (ABC) [ Time Frame: Administered (...) are unable to use test feet for any reason (e.g., excessively long residual limb that is not compatible with wearing study prosthetic feet) unable to walk under the minimal necessary study walking conditions in order to complete the study procedures without undo stress currently pregnant (determined via self-report during screening) current surgical, neurological, rheumatologic, or lower limb musculoskeletal problem that significantly impairs ambulation (e.g., current ulcer, terminal illness, lower

2018 Clinical Trials

110. Testing CBT Models and Change Mechanisms for Alcohol Dependent Women

Eligibility Description: Female participants only Accepts Healthy Volunteers: No Criteria Inclusion Criteria: age 18 or older have a current (past year) Diagnostic and Statistical Manual-IV (DSM-IV) alcohol dependence diagnosis used alcohol in the 60 days prior to telephone screening Exclusion Criteria: have psychotic symptoms in the past six months gross cognitive impairment current physiological dependence on any illicit drug Contacts and Locations Go to Information from the National Library of Medicine (...) ): Elizabeth Epstein, Ph.D., Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey Study Details Study Description Go to Brief Summary: The study has 4 specific aims: (1) To modify our existing Individual Female Specific Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (I-FS-CBT) for Alcohol Use Disorder (AUD) approach to treat women with alcohol dependence in a group format, Group Female Specific Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (G-FS-CBT); (2) To test the relative efficacy of I-FS-CBT and G-FS-CBT; (3) To test hypothesized mechanisms

2018 Clinical Trials

111. CARESSES Testing and Evaluation Phases

and reliability have been widely established. The scale items examine burden associated with functional / behavioural impairments and care situations. Each item is scored on a 5-point Likert Scale ranging from "never" to "nearly always present." A total score is obtained with higher scores indicting higher care burden among informal carers. Short form University of California Los Angeles (UCLA) Loneliness Scale (ULS-8) [ Time Frame: 2 sessions, about 8 min each in length ] Loneliness will be measured using (...) CARESSES Testing and Evaluation Phases CARESSES Testing and Evaluation Phases - Full Text View - ClinicalTrials.gov Hide glossary Glossary Study record managers: refer to the if submitting registration or results information. Search for terms x × Study Record Detail Saved Studies Save this study Warning You have reached the maximum number of saved studies (100). Please remove one or more studies before adding more. CARESSES Testing and Evaluation Phases The safety and scientific validity

2018 Clinical Trials

112. Heterogeneity of odorant identification impairment in patients with Alzheimer’s Disease Full Text available with Trip Pro

Heterogeneity of odorant identification impairment in patients with Alzheimer’s Disease Alzheimer's disease (AD) patients exhibit olfactory dysfunction. However, the olfactory declineti precise nature is not fully understood. One hundred patients (60 AD, 28 amnestic mild cognitive impairment (aMCI), 12 Normal) were enrolled. All participants underwent olfactory function testing using an odour stick identification test for Japanese (OSIT-J). OSIT-J scores were significantly correlated (...) was significantly better indicator of cognitive status than the ability to identify "non-cognitive subset", which consisted of the six remaining items. The ability to identify the gas leak odorant was decreased early in the aMCI stage, suggesting a need to reconsider the odours used to signal gas leaks. The "cognitive subset" would provide a more convenient and effective biomarker for diagnosing dementia in clinical settings.

2017 Scientific reports

113. Driving and off-road impairments underlying failure on road testing in Parkinson's disease. (Abstract)

decision of pass/fail. Participants also completed an off-road evaluation assessing demographic features, disease characteristics, motor function, vision, and cognition. The most important driving skills and off-road predictors of the pass/fail outcome were identified using multivariate stepwise regression analyses. Eighty-six (65%) passed and 36 (35%) failed the on-road driving evaluation. Persons who failed performed worse on all on-road items. When adjusted for age and gender, poor performances (...) Driving and off-road impairments underlying failure on road testing in Parkinson's disease. Parkinson's disease (PD) affects driving ability. We aimed to determine the most critical impairments in specific road skills and in clinical characteristics leading to failure on a road test in PD. In this cross-sectional study, certified driving assessment experts evaluated specific driving skills in 104 active, licensed drivers with PD using a standardized, on-road checklist and issued a global

2013 Movement Disorders

114. The Effectiveness of TECH: Tablet Enhancement of Cognition and Health

Sponsor: Assuta Hospital Systems Information provided by (Responsible Party): Zvi Buckman, Assuta Hospital Systems Study Details Study Description Go to Brief Summary: This study assess the effectiveness of novel cognitive intervention utilizing tablet apps (TECH protocol: Tablet Enhancement of Cognition and Health) to improve cognitive abilities, daily function and health-related quality of life of older adults with MCI. Forty six older adults with MCI will be randomly allocated to the TECH protocol (...) (experimental group) or standard care (control group). Assessments will be administered pre and post the 6-week TECH protocol and at 6-month follow-up by assessors blind to group allocation. Condition or disease Intervention/treatment Phase Mild Cognitive Impairment Other: TECH: Tablet Enhancement of Cognition and Health Not Applicable Detailed Description: A single-blind randomized controlled trial (RCT) will be conducted, by assessors blind to group allocation. Participants will be referred to the study

2016 Clinical Trials

115. The Effect of Transcranial Direct Current Stimulation on Cognitive Side Effects of Electroconvulsive Therapy

stimulation applied over the left dorsolateral prefrontal cortex have been reported for working memory, attention and information processing in depressed patients. To the investigators' knowledge no studies have evaluated the potential efficacy of tDCS for the prevention of ECT induced cognitive adverse effects. In the current study, the investigators propose a double blind, randomized controlled trial to test the use of tDCS as a strategy to prevent or mitigate the memory impairments frequently (...) which can affect cognition or response to treatment; A history of medication-resistant epilepsy in the family, and/or past history of seizures or unexplained spells of loss of consciousness during the previous 36 months Current (within the past three months) diagnosis of active substance dependence, or active substance abuse within the past week, as determined by interview and chart review. Active suicidal ideation, as measured by scores of 3 or more on item 3 of the HRSD; ECT within six months

2016 Clinical Trials

116. Cognition Metabolism and Exercise Among Women Living With HIV in Puerto Rico

an intervention (described above) designed for normally active but physically untrained HIV+ Hispanic women, one with (n=15) and other without (n=15) neurocognitive impairment & HIV- controls (n=15). After the HIIT intervention, measurements of CR-fitness, insulin resistance, and cognitive function including hippocampal function using the memory island test will be obtained, as well as CR-fitness, anthropometry, DEXA densitometry, and blood and urine samples for metabolic testing. The ultimate goal (...) (n=15) neuro-cognitive impairment (HAND) on antiretroviral therapy (CART) receive 2 weeks, 6 sessions of 8 x 60 seconds cycling bouts eliciting approximately 80% of maximal heart rate with 60 second rest between bouts after which they will receive 4 week, 12 sessions of 10 x 60 seconds cycling bouts eliciting approximately 90% of maximal heart rate with 60 second rest between bouts. Other: High intensity interval training (HIIT) Six weeks, three days per week (total of 18 sessions) of HIIT cycle

2016 Clinical Trials

117. Cognitive-Existential Group Therapy to Reduce Fear of Cancer Recurrence: A RCT Study

: Supportive Therapy Group 2 Not Applicable Detailed Description: The present study aims to further test this cognitive-existential group intervention for FCR in a randomized control clinical trial with women with breast or gynecological cancer. Participants will be recruited from Princess Margaret Hospital, Mount Sinai Hospital, the Jewish General Hospital, and the Ottawa Hospital. 144 cancer patients will be randomized to either receive the 6 week cognitive-existential group intervention or to a control (...) Completion Date : December 1, 2018 Estimated Study Completion Date : December 1, 2018 Resource links provided by the National Library of Medicine related topics: resources: Arms and Interventions Go to Arm Intervention/treatment Experimental: Group 1 Behavioral:Cognitive Existential Therapy Group 1- Weekly two-hour group sessions Behavioral: Cognitive Existential Therapy Group 1 Six group sessions of two hour each using a cognitive-existential group approach Active Comparator: Group 2 Behavioral

2016 Clinical Trials

118. A Superiority Study To Compare The Effects Of An 8-Weeks Mindfulness-based Intervention Versus Health Education Programme On Mental Health And Wellbeing In Individuals With Subjective Cognitive Decline

in the earliest stages for intervention when neurodegeneration is still limited. Individuals clinically judged to have SCD, defined by subjectively experienced cognitive decline but normal performance on cognitive tests, are at increased risk for future cognitive decline and AD. These individuals with SCD currently have no established treatment options. Symptoms of anxiety have high prevalence in this population, and evidence from recent longitudinal research links anxiety with significantly accelerated (...) to affect a number of areas of life we will also look at changes in other areas of psycho-affective symptoms, social functioning, awareness, well being and quality of life, sleep quality, and cognition, after the intervention and 16 weeks after the end of the intervention. Validated neuropsychological tests and behavioural questionnaires were selected for their sensitivity to the domains listed above. These measures will be completed alone by the participant or in the presence of a psychometrist

2016 Clinical Trials

119. Effect of Alternating Postures on Cognitive Performance

participants were familiarized with the study protocol. Sitting time and weekly physical activity were determined via the long version of the International Physical Activity Questionnaire (IPAQ, only on the first day of measurement). Examples of each cognitive test implemented in the cognitive phase were executed according to their guidelines. A 30 minute break in a sitting posture was used to ascertain baseline heart-rate level. Baseline heart-rate was calculated after a 20 minute rest for a 5 minute (...) interval. In the second (cognitive) phase subjects participated in a test battery containing five blocks. Each block consisted of a working speed test (text editing task), an attentional test (d2R-test of attention) and a reaction time test (Stroop-test). These tests lasted for 30 minutes to fulfill recommendations regarding postural changes. To simulate "common" working conditions (computer based and non-computer based tasks), digital (text editing task, Stroop-test) as well as pen & paper (d2R-test

2016 Clinical Trials

120. Efficacy and Mechanisms of Change of an Emotion-oriented Version of Cognitive-behavioral Therapy for Psychosis

symptoms in addition to antipsychotic treatment vary between small to medium. However, the effect sizes for changes in delusions are somewhat lower. Thus, it could prove beneficial to tailor CBTp interventions more precisely to the processes that are relevant to delusions. Empirically derived models of the formation and maintenance of delusions postulate an important role of cognitive biases, emotional factors and self-esteem. Additional studies have demonstrated the relevance of impaired sleep (...) that a combination of CBT-interventions within a broader therapy rational might have an even greater impact on delusions. The aim of the present single-blind randomized-controlled therapy study is to assess the efficacy of a new form of Cognitive Behavioral Therapy for delusions with a focus on emotion regulation, improvement of self-esteem and sleep quality (CBTd-E) that will be applied in 25 individual sessions. Moreover, the study aims to test whether the efficacy of CBTd-E is mediated by the postulated

2016 Clinical Trials

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