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IoT-Based OL Trap and Community Dengue Early Warning System (C-DEWS) 

Implementing Agency
Isabela State University - Cauayan
Project Description
The proposed IoT-based ol trap aims to primarily serve the community to immediately be informed on the ol index in their respective barangays, so that appropriate action will be taken. The enhancement of the existing ol traps will be digitized and automate the recording of dengue larvae, simultan . . .
Cooperating Sponsor
National Institute of Information and Communications Technology
Local Government Unit, Cauayan City
Date of Registration
01 June 2021
Region
Region II
Sources of Monetary or Material Support
National Institute of Information and Communications Technology
Philippine Council for Health Research and Development, Department of Science and Technology
Primary Outcomes

non-clinical studies, systems development

Health Condition(s) or Problem(s) Studied

not applicable


A Retrospective Cohort Study on the Incidence and Risk Factors of Postoperative Bacteriuria in Patients Undergoing Transurethral Resection of the Prostate in the Philippine General Hospital

Implementing Agency
Philippine General Hospital
Project Description
Postoperative bacteriuria is one of the most common complications of TURP and eventually leads to prolonged hospital stay, consumption of additional hospital resources, morbidity and at times, mortality.1 This study aims to determine the incidence of postoperative bacteriuria and the r . . .
Date of Registration
02 June 2021
Region
NCR
Sources of Monetary or Material Support
Self- Funded
Philippine Council for Health Research and Development, Department of Science and Technology
Primary Outcomes

Determine the incidence of postoperative infections and the risk factors which predispose our patients to such.

Health Condition(s) or Problem(s) Studied

Incidence of postoperative bacteriuria in post TURP patients


Impact of COVID-19 on Diabetes and eHealth in the Philippines 

Implementing Agency
College of Medicine, University of the Philippines Manila
Project Description
On March 11, 2020, the World Health Organization (WHO) declared COVID 19 a pandemic.  Lockdowns were declared, disrupting all aspects of life as we knew it.   The pandemic presented unprecedented challenges to health systems around the world, many of which struggled to respond to this global p . . .
Cooperating Sponsor
College of Medicine, University of the Philippines Manila
Local Government Unit, Cauayan City
Date of Registration
03 June 2021
Region
NCR
Sources of Monetary or Material Support
Duke University
Philippine Council for Health Research and Development, Department of Science and Technology
Primary Outcomes

Impact of COVID-19 on availability, affordability, accessibility of diabetes care

Institutional adaptations of health facilities in response to COVID-19 pandemic

 

Health Condition(s) or Problem(s) Studied

Type 2 Diabetes Mellitus


Clinical profile, outcomes, and predictors of mortality among patients with confirmed Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19) admitted in a tertiary hospital in the Philippines

Implementing Agency
Philippine General Hospital
Project Description

The proposed study aims to describe the clinical profile and determine the clinical predictors of morbidity and mortality among laboratory-confirmed COVID-19 patients admitted in a tertiary hospital in the Philippines.

Date of Registration
04 June 2021
Region
NCR
Sources of Monetary or Material Support
Philippine General Hospital
Philippine Council for Health Research and Development, Department of Science and Technology
Primary Outcomes

The proposed study aims to describe the clinical profile and determine the clinical predictors of morbidity and mortality among laboratory-confirmed COVID-19 patients admitted in a tertiary hospital in the Philippines.

Health Condition(s) or Problem(s) Studied

The proposed study aims to describe the clinical profile and determine the clinical predictors of morbidity and mortality among laboratory-confirmed COVID-19 patients admitted in a tertiary hospital in the Philippines.


Compliance to a perioperative rectal cancer management checklist and its association to a short-term surgery-related and cancer-related outcomes in a tertiary government hospital: a retrospective study

Implementing Agency
Philippine General Hospital - Department of Surgery
Project Description
This study aims to determine which important elements of the modified American Society of Colon and Rectal Surgeons (ASCRS) rectal cancer checklist is/are often missed and if there is association with high adherence to patient outcomes. This could possibly encourage and facilitate a standardized . . .
Date of Registration
10 June 2021
Region
NCR
Sources of Monetary or Material Support
Philippine General Hospital - Department of Surgery
Philippine Council for Health Research and Development, Department of Science and Technology
Primary Outcomes
This will look into the in-hospital morbidity and mortality; and 30-day readmission rates, reoperation rates, morbidity and mortality rates.  This will also determine rectal surgery-related outcomes in terms of negative circumferential resection margin rates, adequate lymph node harvest rates, a . . .
Health Condition(s) or Problem(s) Studied

This study will determine the adherence rate to a modified ASCRS rectal cancer checklist and correlate this to in-hospital, rectal surgery-related, and cancer-related outcomes.


Validation of the Filipino version of the Clients’ Perceptions of Providers’ Cultural Competency Instrument (CPOPCC) on LGBTQ population

Implementing Agency
College of Nursing, University of the Philippines Manila
Project Description

Translate the Client Perceptions of Provider Cultural Competency (CPOPCC) instrument in Filipino language and Perform psychometric evaluation of the Filipino version of CPOPCC on Filipino LGBT population. 

Cooperating Sponsor
None
Local Government Unit, Cauayan City
Date of Registration
11 June 2021
Region
NCR
Sources of Monetary or Material Support
Self - Funded
Philippine Council for Health Research and Development, Department of Science and Technology
Primary Outcomes

Translate the Client Perceptions of Provider Cultural Competency (CPOPCC) instrument in Filipino language and Perform psychometric evaluation of the Filipino version of CPOPCC on Filipino LGBT population.

Health Condition(s) or Problem(s) Studied

Culturally competent care has been recognized by major health organizations as a key strategy to promote access, utilization and positive outcomes of care among racial and ethnic minorities, the poor and powerless population groups.


ADDED VALUE OF DIGITAL BREAST TOMOSYNTHESIS OVER DIGITAL MAMMOGRAPHY IN A ROUTINE BREAST SCREENING PRACTICE: THE SPMC EXPERIENCE

Implementing Agency
Southern Philippines Medical Center - Department of Radiological and Imaging Sciences
Project Description

A retrospective, cross sectional study exploring the added value of digital breast tomosynthesis over digital mammography in a routine breast screening practice in Southern Philippines Medical Center. 

Cooperating Sponsor
Southern Philippines Medical Center - Department of Radiological and Imaging Sciences
Local Government Unit, Cauayan City
Date of Registration
12 June 2021
Region
Region XI
Sources of Monetary or Material Support
Southern Philippines Medical Center - Department of Radiological and Imaging Sciences
Philippine Council for Health Research and Development, Department of Science and Technology
Primary Outcomes

Determine the added value of digital breast tomosynthesis over digital mammography in routine breast screening practice in Southern Philippines Medical Center.

Health Condition(s) or Problem(s) Studied

Breast cancer is by far, the most common cancer in women and about 80% of breast cancers are invasive ductal carcinoma type, also known as infiltrating ductal carcinoma.  Statistics from the World Health Organization showed that about 2.1 million women are diagnosed with breast cancer yearly and it is the most frequent cause of cancer-related deaths among women. In 2018 alone, about 627,000 women died from breast cancer worldwide. Locally, 1 out of 13 Filipino women will develop in her lifetime breast cancer. In fact, the Philippines have the highest number of incidence of breast cancer in Asia with a registered peak increase of 589% among 187 countries over a 30-year period from 1980 to 2010. Furthermore, 3 out of 100 Filipino women will get breast cancer before age 75 and 1 out of 100 will die before reaching 75 years old. In 2018, breast cancer was the third leading cause of cancer-related mortality in the Philippines.

Despite its constraints, mammography is the benchmark for screening and diagnostic evaluation of breast cancer. However, depending on breast density or tumor type, the false-negative mammography rate varies from 8 to 66% amongst symptomatic women1. This limited sensitivity is primarily due to the tumor overlapping fibroglandular tissue.

New techniques to enhance breast carcinoma detection, including digital tomosynthesis, have been developed in recent years. Recent studies have shown that digital breasts tomosynthesis is better than full-field digital mammography (FFDM) in two-views with only minimal added radiation when emphasized masses and areas of architectural distortion. Nevertheless, it is believed that digital breast tomosynthesis may lower the recall rate in combination with full-field digital mammography (FFDM). In spite of some promising studies, the relative usefulness of FFDM digital breast tomosynthesis versus two-view FFDM is still unknown5. In addition, the more expensive digital tomosynthesis procedure as compared to FFDM alone would be a constraint in utilizing the digital tomosynthesis as part of routine screening breast mammography, where more than thirds of patients in SPMC belonged to the under marginalized sector.  Thus, the aim of this study is to determine the added value of digital breast tomosynthesis over digital mammography in a routine breast screening practice in Southern Philippines Medical Center.


A Phase Ib Multicenter, Open-label Dose-escalation Study to Evaluate the Safety and Tolerability of Trastuzumab Deruxtecan(T-DXd) and Durvalumab in Combination with Cisplatin, Carboplatin or Pemetrexed in First-line Treatment of Patients with Advanced or Metastatic Non-squamous Non-small Cell Lung Cancer (NSCLC) and Human Epidermal Growth FactorReceptor 2 Overexpression (HER2+) (DESTINY-Lung03)

Implementing Agency
AstraZeneca AB
Project Description
This is an open-label, multi-center, dose-escalation Phase Ib study to evaluate the safety, tolerability and RP2D of T-DXd with durvalumab plus cisplatin, carboplatin or pemetrexed in patients with non-squamous HER2+ (IHC 3+/2+) mNSCLC. Patients must have RECIST v1.1 evaluable disease and ECOG PS . . .
Date of Registration
12 June 2021
Region
Sweden
Sources of Monetary or Material Support
AstraZeneca Pharmaceuticals (Philippines) Inc.
Philippine Council for Health Research and Development, Department of Science and Technology
Primary Outcomes

To assess the safety and tolerability (and to determine the RP2D) of T-DXd plus durvalumab in combination with cisplatin, carboplatin, or pemetrexed.

Health Condition(s) or Problem(s) Studied

Patients with Advanced or Metastatic Non-squamous Non-small Cell Lung Cancer (NSCLC) and Human Epidermal Growth Factor Receptor 2 Overexpression 


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