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Obesity Clinical Trials

A listing of Obesity medical research trials actively recruiting patient volunteers. Search for closest city to find more detailed information on a research study in your area.

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Found (18) clinical trials

This study will look mainly at the effect of semaglutide on cardiovascular events in patients with overweight or obesity and with prior cardiovascular disease. Approximately 17,500 men and women across the world will take part in this study.  

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Effects of Bariatric Surgery on Cardiac and Vascular Structure and Function in Obesity

The including citeria: 1)15-65 years old; 2) Indication for Asian bariatric surgery (I.BMI32.5 or 27.5BMI32.5 with obesity-related comorbidities ) ;3) available for inspection and therapeutic schedule; 4) available for follow up. The excluding cteria: 1)over 65 years old; 2)myocardial infarction, angina pectoris and ischemic stroke during the previous month;3)congestive heart ...

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Intermittent Low Energy Diet in CKD: MIX UP Feasibility Study

This study proposes to investigate the acceptability and efficacy of intermittent VLED (5:2 diet) plus exercise, compared with the investigator's established Weight Management Programme (WMP), in obese patients with CKD, using feasibility study methodology. Patients will be invited to participate in the parallel arm, single blinded, randomised controlled feasibility study, ...

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Body Weight-Based Interval Training in Sedentary Overweight and Obese Adults

Participants will be randomly assigned to one of the two home-based exercise groups. The MICT group is the standard care group and will be instructed to walk for 30 minutes, 5 days per week at a moderate intensity. The goal is to accumulate 150 minutes of continuous aerobic exercise each ...

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Sleeve Gastrectomy Outcomes With Different Stapling Devices

New bariatric patients who have elected for a sleeve gastrectomy as part of standard of care will be invited to participate in the study during the bariatric clinic at William Beaumont Army Medical Center. Patients who meet the inclusion criteria will be invited to participate in the study. These patients ...

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The CLiFF Study: Change in Liver Function and Fat in Pre-operative Chemotherapy for Colorectal Liver Metastases

Obesity is the second most common cause of cancer in the United Kingdom (UK) and bowel cancer is the third most common cancer. Obesity can increase both the chance of developing bowel cancer and it's progression. Increased liver fat is likely to be important in this process, but it is ...

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Winter-Swimming and Brown Adipose Tissue Activity in Middel-aged Obese Subjects (WinterBAT).

Brown fat (BAT) is an energy-consuming tissue. Long-term activation of BAT in adults increases clearance of blood glucose and non-esterified fatty acids (NEFA), insulin sensitivity and metabolic rate. Moreover, adipokines released from BAT, known as batokines, represent a promising but currently unexplored area in terms of metabolic regulation. Cooling activates ...

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Active Recreation Through Community-Healthcare Engagement Study

The investigators propose a three-year project to evaluate the implementation feasibility and effectiveness of an integrated clinic-community model of child obesity treatment. The investigators will engage four communities in North Carolina, facilitate a local clinic-community partnership, support the development of an integrated child obesity treatment program, and monitor outcomes. To ...

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Energy Intake Exercise and Energy Replacement

The present study will compare the nutritional response to the realisation of an acute exercise with and without an energy replacement snack on the following energy intake in adolescents with obesity. 18 adolescents with obesity will be asked to randomly complete three experimental sessions: i) one control session (rest); ii) ...

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Effect of ANACA3 Slimming Gel on Loss of Abdominal and Thigh Circumferences in Healthy Volunteers

Overweight and obesity is defined, according to the World Health Organization (WHO), by abnormal or excessive accumulation of adipose or fatty tissue that may be harmful to health. Overweight and obesity are therefore important determinants of health, which expose people to many pathologies whose consequences for individuals are not only ...

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