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Evaluation of Stimulant Withdrawl
The purpose of this research study is to determine whether Carvedilol, an FDA approved beta blocker, when administered for an 8-week period to veterans currently undergoing treatment for methamphetamine dependence (1) improves their ability to stay in treatment longer, (2)eases the aversive symptoms that accompany stimulant withdrawal, and (3) increases the time they remain abstinent from methamphetamine.
The Evaluation of Stimulant Withdrawal
The purpose of this research study is to determine whether Carvedilol, an FDA approved beta blocker, when administered for an 8-week period to veterans currently undergoing treatment for methamphetamine dependence (1) improves their ability to stay in treatment longer, (2)eases the aversive symptoms that accompany stimulant withdrawal, and (3) increases the time they remain abstinent from methamphetamine.
Therapy for Ph ALL Elderly Patients
This study aims at considering clinical heterogeneity of patients based on a “geriatric assessment” without taking into account the real age of the subject. This will allow physicians to adapt therapy according to three different groups of patients: frail, fit and intermediate and to evaluate the efficacy and feasibility of a therapy adapted to the different categories of patients.
How do Contrast Medias in Bone Cement Affect DXA Measurements After THR
Joint replacement is a well-documented and cost effective treatment of degenerative diseases in the hip (1,2). There are two different principles of fixation of prosthesis components; cemented and uncemented. The most common mode of fixation in Scandinavia has historically been with bone cement. In the recent years a reverse hybrid combination (uncemented stem and cemented cup) is gaining popularity, especially in Norway.
Low Magnitude Mechanical Stimulation to Improve Bone Mineral Density
The purpose of this study is to determine if daily low magnitude, high frequency whole body vibration can improve bone density in seniors.
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