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Pregnancy Clinical Trials

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


Found (13) clinical trials

Researching pregnancy outcomes, blood pressure, and weight changes during pregnancy.

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PrEP Implementation for Mothers in Antenatal Care

Women living in regions with high HIV prevalence are at high risk of HIV acquisition in pregnancy and postpartum because they infrequently use condoms, do not know their partner's HIV status, and have biologic changes or changes in their partner's sexual partnerships that increase susceptibility. Oral pre-exposure antiretroviral prophylaxis (PrEP) ...


Multi-center Study to Validate niPGT-A

Human embryos have higher aneuploidy rates (20-80%) than other species. A considerable proportion of these aneuploid embryos have the ability to reach the blastocyst stage. However, depending on the aneuploidy type, some will fail to implant in the uterus, while others will implant but will be unable to carry out ...

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Thromboelastometry Prediction Utility for Risk of Abortion

First, a case control study with samples collected from patients in the ED and OB clinic at Mount Sinai Hospital will be performed. Blood samples are being collected at time of study entry. Patient health history will be collected and blood samples will be tested using thromboelastometry in prospective fashion. ...

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Assessment of Women's Insight and Understanding of Down's Syndrome Screening by Non-invasive Prenatal Testing (NIPT) During Their First Ultrasound

Introduction NIPT (non invasive prenatal testing) Down's syndrome is the leading cause of mental retardation in France. It results form in a supernumerary chromosome 21. It concerns on average of 27.3 per 10,000 pregnancies and 6.6 per 10,000 births, frequency of non-disjunctive chromosomes increasing exponentially with age. French national policy ...

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Effect of Fibre Supplements on Gestational Diabetes

Aim: To evaluate the effect of a soluble fibre supplement in glucose metabolism in pregnant women at high risk of developing gestational diabetes. Study methodology: 12 week randomised, placebo-controlled, single-blinded study. Intervention: Women will first be categorised according to their glycaemic status into two groups: GDM and glucose tolerant women. ...

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Effects of ACS in Twin With LPB: Study Protocol for a RCT

Antenatal corticosteroid (ACS) has been proven to prevent adverse outcomes including respiratory morbidities in preterm neonates before 34 weeks of gestations. Recently, it has been suggested that ACS may be also effective for reduction of respiratory complications in singleton late preterm pregnancies. On the contrary, there is a paucity of ...


Evaluation of the Effect of Body Mass Index on Gastric Volume With Ultrasound in Term Pregnant Women

After approval by the Institutional Review Board, we will obtain consent from patients. The consent will be obtained by the authorized personnel as per protocol, in which we will explain to the patient the procedure, benefit, risk, cost and, confidentiality. We plan to get the consent immediately after the patient ...

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Prediction of Preeclampsia (PE) at 11-13 Week

The investigators have previously constructed Bayes model in the first-trimester which combines maternal characteristics and medical history (Mat-CH) together with mean arterial pressure (MAP), uterine artery pulsatility index (PI), and serum placental growth factor (PlGF) with a plan to assess the predictive performance. The reference standards will be PE defined ...

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Thromboelastogram in Postdelivery Preeclamptic Patients

After approval by the Institutional Review Board and informed consent from participants, we are obtaining blood samples for TEG processing, from pregnant patients admitted to the maternity unit of Augusta University Medical Center. Patients are being classified in 2 groups: term pregnant patients with diagnosis of pre-eclampsia who undergo cesarean ...

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