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PK/PD dose finding study of ganciclovir in premature infants w/ CMV

Cohen Children's Medical Center | 269-01 76 Avenue | New Hyde Park | NY 11040
This study will examine Valganciclovir therapy in infants and children (1 month to 48 months) with congenital Cytomegalovirus (CMV) infection and hearing loss...

Cohen Children's Medical Center | 269-01 76 Avenue | New Hyde Park | NY 11040
Determining morbidity & costs associated with nosocomial resp. viral infections in CCMC

Cohen Children's Medical Center | 269-01 76 Avenue | New Hyde Park | NY 11040
Compassionate use protocol designed to treat selected infants and children, in the inpatient and/or outpatient settings, with parenteral nutrition-associated liver disease (PNALD) to reverse cholestasis (elevated serum transaminases and direct bilirubin) with Omegaven® Fat Emulsion...

Staten Island University Hospital North Campus | 475 Seaview Ave | Staten Island | NY 10305
The purpose of this research study is to determine the best time to identify allergens that may be triggering your child’s asthma.  This study is also seeking to identify when blood levels for specific allergens are likely to be highest...

Staten Island University Hospital North Campus | 475 Seaview Ave | Staten Island | NY 10305
The study is testing if a device called Cyranose can identify if there is a pneumonia or infection of the lungs. We will also be looking to see if the Cyranose is as good as a chest xray for detecting pneumonia...

Staten Island University Hospital North Campus | 475 Seaview Ave | Staten Island | NY 10305
Noninvasive continuous temperature and heart rate monitoring of the mother in labor will provide data and experience to distinguish between infectious and non-infectious patterns of temperature and heart rate.

Long Island Jewish Medical Center | 270-05 76th Avenue | New Hyde Park | NY 11040
This research study is being done to confirm that the measurement of transcutaneous bilirubin (TcB) in infants less than 35 weeks of pregnancy is correct using a meter...

Staten Island University Hospital North Campus | 475 Seaview Ave | Staten Island | NY 10305
The goals of this study are to learn more about the rare histiocytic disorders (RHDs), how they present and understand their distinguishing features and find out what treatment is used for these rare disorders, which may help us develop future treatment guidelines.

Staten Island University Hospital North Campus | 475 Seaview Ave | Staten Island | NY 10305
This research study hopes to identify very small particles, called exosomes, that are secreted by healthy as well as leukemia cells in body fluids such as blood and/or spinal fluid...

Staten Island University Hospital North Campus | 475 Seaview Ave | Staten Island | NY 10305