Many observational and interventional clinical studies are conducted in the cardiorespiratory and neurological areas of Auxilium Vitae, and mainly have as their object the analysis of the various aspects of rehabilitation outcomes, the physiology of exercise and the evaluation of techniques or devices, or particular treatment schemes. Some studies are conducted in the context of multicentric trials, sometimes supported by an unconditional contribution from companies producing electro-medical devices.
These studies represent a current research activity, to which the various professional figures of Auxilium Vitae contribute, which produces an important part of presentations at conferences and scientific publications, in addition to collaborations with important Italian and international rehabilitation centers.
Numerous clinical and pathophysiological studies are carried out in the cognitive-psychological field, with excellent results in particular in the evaluation of the patient with eminegligence and aphasia and in the rehabilitation of the comatose patient following a head injury.
Below there is a review of the current or recently completed cognitive-psychological studies, and some of the most recent and significant ISI publications produced.
|Title Project||Responsible||Project Type|
|Randomized controlled clinical feasibility study of a respiratory rehabilitation program in patients with chronic respiratory disease following acute exacerbations (3472/2011)||G. Vagheggini (Auxilium Vitae)||Single Center, Spontaneous|
|Evaluation of the additional effect of non-invasive mechanical ventilation (VMN) during exercise in a cycle ergometer training program in patients with chronic respiratory failure in home nocturnal VMNI (667 / 2011CEC FSM)||K. Foglio (FSM Lumezzane)
G. Vagheggini (Auxilium Vitae)
|Multi center, Spontaneous, No Profit|
|Evaluation of swallowing disorders in subjects with difficulty weaning from mechanical ventilation||A. Bartolini
M. Bilei (Auxilium Vitae)
|Single Center, Observational, Spontaneous|
|Use of binaural beats as non-pharmacological premedication in elderly subjects to be subjected to major orthopedic surgery. Randomized controlled trial (NCT02712749)||A. Tani (Anestesia e Rianimazione AVC)
F. Moretti (Auxilium Vitae) F. Tomaiuolo (Auxilium Vitae) G. Vagheggini (Auxilium V.)
|Controlled randomized trial, Single Center, Spontaneous|