This trial is evaluating whether Wireless pressure sensor will improve 4 primary outcomes in patients with Fever. Measurement will happen over the course of 2 hours.
This trial requires 500 total participants across 2 different treatment groups
This trial involves 2 different treatments. Wireless Pressure Sensor is the primary treatment being studied. Participants will all receive the same treatment. There is no placebo group. The treatments being tested are not being studied for commercial purposes.
"Approximately 1 in 60 fetuses will be affected by a chromosomal abnormality. Approximately 15% of these fetuses will die in utero. The prevalence of heart defects, chromosomal abnormalities, and fetal death may have significantly evolved in industrialized societies and should be considered when discussing prenatal testing." - Anonymous Online Contributor
"In the US and Canada, nearly 90% of surgeries for CHD are repairs. In Europe and Australia, about 70% of surgeries are repairs. The high incidence of surgeries indicates a large demand for pediatric cardiac surgeons. The high complication rate in CHD surgery can be attributed to the relatively low quality of information available to the pediatric surgeon, the lack of experience of many CHD surgeons with pediatric CHD surgeries, and the lack of a standardized approach to the management of CHD." - Anonymous Online Contributor
"A number of congenital defects can be cured in the right circumstances and the future prospects are bright in the field of repair of these conditions. The key lies in the appropriate referral mechanism and a good collaboration between cardiothoracic surgeons and pediatric surgeons." - Anonymous Online Contributor
"There are many causes of heart defects, but congenital heart disease is often due to genetic factors. Many women may develop symptoms of a heart problem before getting pregnant. People who have experienced problems in pregnancy typically seek healthcare before starting antenatal care. Having children is a major risk factor for developing heart problems, but it is hard to predict who will have problems and how it may affect the parents. Any heart problems a woman might have are usually treatable." - Anonymous Online Contributor
"Congenital heart defects cause a significant number of birth defects. The most common defects are pulmonary valve defects. The defects can be divided into two groups depending on their timing of occurrence during fetal development: cyanotic heart defects (CHD), and noncyanotic heart defects (CHD). At the time the fetus is conceived, CHD may not be apparent externally; however, the unborn fetuses do not develop the fetal lung circulation for their own good. Although the neonates, even in the absence of CHD, most commonly present with cyanosis as the only manifestation of the defect, some are born without any external presentation of the defect. Some congenital heart defects are not detectable until after birth, i.e." - Anonymous Online Contributor
"To date there are several signs of heart defects, congential. None of them are conclusive. They include chest pain and a murmur, not all of them are specific, but can be very helpful for primary diagnosis of heart disease. The systolic murmur was found in all cases. It means that systolic murmur, not all the other signs of heart defects, congential, can be used to diagnose heart disease." - Anonymous Online Contributor
"The serious potential of these defects, if not corrected at the time of diagnosis, can be life-threatening to both patient and clinician. They can also severely hinder the future functioning of an affected child's mental, physical, and intellectual development. It is essential to have a high degree of knowledge regarding the diagnosis and management of these conditions. With this foundation, parents can have a better understanding in how to help their child and will be better proactive on the health of their child and more likely to provide support to family members." - Anonymous Online Contributor
"There has been no research on wireless pressure sensor in heart defect clinic. The result of this study shows that Wireless Pressure Sensor is suitable in heart defect clinic because of better detection accuracy and lower cost. Moreover, it not only helps improve detection accuracy of heart defect at the first glance, but also helps to reduce the delay in consultation of heart defects." - Anonymous Online Contributor
"We have found out the usual application of pressure sensor, which includes the measurement of pressure, as well as other sensors, such as the oxygen level, temperature, temperature deviation, humidity, and pH, etc. There are also [therapy tips] for the treatment of these common problems. We haven't found out, though, the applications of wireless pressure sensor in [rehabilitation] fields, which are still far from being familiarized to us. We want to try our best to increase the number of studies which are conducted in the different areas. We'd like to thank the research team at the Biomedical Center of Shanghai Medical College, Shanghai, China, who worked with us, for the clinical applications of wireless pressure sensor." - Anonymous Online Contributor
"A significant genetic component is suspected for the aetiology of cardiac defects in newborns, though the degree and degree if the involvement of environmental and genetic factors is not clear." - Anonymous Online Contributor
"Most users (91%) experienced at least one side effect while the rest (09%) experienced one or two adverse effects. Most common adverse effects were: (1) headache, (2) sore throat, (3) body ache or fatigue, and (4) nausea. In the rare adverse reactions the severity was generally not severe, but can become more severe and dangerous if ignored. Most common side effects were also mild in severity." - Anonymous Online Contributor
"Results from a recent paper demonstrates a significant increase in the frequency of cardiac defects in pregnancies of siblings with the same cardiac defects and shows a significant genetic predisposition in the population of patients with cardiac defects and the development of heart defects in their offspring. Such family history of heart defects does not appear to occur in the general population." - Anonymous Online Contributor