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Stroke Clinical Trials

A listing of Stroke 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 (12) clinical trials

The objective of the study is to collect adequate quality TCD data performed by a trained sonographer from the Lucid M1 System and Guided Headmount System. This data will be used to develop an algorithmic framework for cerebral vascular occlusions based on CBFV in subjects with large vessel occlusion in ...

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Molecular Mechanisms of microRNA-494 Involving in Cerebral Ischemia

We and other investigations suggested that the activation of nerve cell cycle following cerebral ischemia led to neuronal apoptosis, glial cell proliferation and the formation of glial scar.The cyclin-dependent kinases (CDKs) and cyclins jointly promoted the cell cycle progression. Our preliminary clinical trial found a new microRNA-miR-494, which involved in ...

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Rural CT Examination and Thrombolytic Treatment for Stroke

Stroke is an acute, potentially mutilating disease. To counteract long term sequelae three factors are essential: Ultrarapid diagnosis and treatment, high quality multidiciplinary in-hospital care and optimal long term rehabilitation. Initial diagnosis and treatment has up to now been completed within the hospital domain. This study will change that: moving ...

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Error Augmentation Training Post Stroke

Post-stroke individuals continue to suffer from significant motor impairments years after the stroke. Motor recovery is usually limited to the first 6 month after the stroke, in which the majority of improvements occur at the first three months. Error augmentation (EA) training using a robotic apparatus was suggested to enhance ...

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Argatroban Plus Rt-pa for Posterior Ischemic Stroke (ARPIS)

Acute ischemic stroke (AIS) is the most common type of stroke, which has high rate of morbidity, mortality and disability. A large number of studies have confirmed that the thrombolytic therapy can effectively open blood vessels and improve the functional prognosis of acute ischemic stroke. Therefore, all guidelines recommend giving ...

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Motor Learning of Stroke Patients in Virtual Environments

Stroke is the main cause of long-term disability in adults and motor learning is vital for recovering from motor sequelae. A number of approaches have been proposed to promote motor learning, including virtual reality, which simulates a real world environment and is based on the assumption that skills acquired in ...

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StimRouter for Pain Management in Post-stroke Shoulder Pain

Adults age 18 or over with severe intractable chronic shoulder pain subsequent to stroke will be included. Pain relief will be measured after using StimRouter stimulation therapy targeting the axillary nerve. Existing/pre-study pain medications must be either maintained, reduced throughout the trial. Study Design is prospective, multi-center and will include ...

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Decision Support System for Stroke Survivors

The aim of the study is to evaluate the usability of the system and its accordance with the users' needs. This evaluation will consider the effectiveness and the efficiency of the system, as well as stroke survivors' satisfaction.

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Virtual Reality Mirror Therapy for Stroke

Up to twenty stroke survivors with upper extremity impairment will be enrolled in this study. After subjects have been consented, they will undergo screening to ensure they meet inclusion/exclusion criteria. This will include the Motion Sickness Susceptibility Questionnaire (Short Form). Demographics will be recorded including: relevant medical history (including any ...

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Sensorimotor Integration Exercises on Post-stroke Balance and Fall Efficacy

Balance impairment after stroke is significantly correlated with fall risk. To improve balance and reduce fall efficacy, the participants in the study group will be trained by six weeks three progressive steps of sensorimotor integration exercises. Each exercise step will take 30 minutes of a practice session, three sessions per ...

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