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test-category Clinical Trials

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


Found (18) clinical trials

Sacral Neuromodulation Test With Bilateral First Stage Tined Lead Procedure in Patients With Non-obstructive Urinary Retention: A Pilot Study

The objective of this study is to determine whether bilateral sacral nerve stimulation with First stage tined lead placement test is more effective than unilateral stimulation, among patients with non obstructive urinary retention.

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Trial to Test the Effects of Adding 1 of 2 New Treatment Agents to Commonly Used Chemotherapy Combinations

AML 18 is the replacement trial for AML16 intensive. This 1600 patient trial is primarily designed for patients over the age of 60 who are considered fit enough for an intensive chemotherapy approach and will aim to test the effects of adding 1 of 2 new treatment agents to commonly ...


Evaluation of Doppler Flow From the Femoral Artery as a Reflection of Cardiac Flow in a Vascular Fluid Test

It is notable that in the intensive care patient, the ultrasound measurement of cardiac flow is not always possible, especially in case of mechanical ventilation, often responsible for air interposed between the ultrasound probe and the heart, thus stopping the ultrasound. Use the blood pressure increase as a reflection of ...

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A Pragmatic Pilot Study of Cognitive Behavioural Therapy for Insomnia Among People Living With HIV

The prevalence of insomnia in the general population ranges from 6% to 10% (American Psychiatric Association, 2013), whereas its estimated prevalence among people living with HIV (PWH) is 73% (Rubinstein & Selwyn, 1998). Cognitive, behavioural, physiological, and psychosocial explanations for this elevated prevalence have been proposed (Taibi, 2013), however, there ...

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Use TST and QFT-RD1 Test to Monitor the Tuberculous Infection in Patients Close Contact People and Health Care Workers

STUDY POPULATION AND METHODS Population The study population represented individuals screened for TB over a 6-month period ending in December 2004 as part of a number of community health outreach programs based at the Center of Disease Control in Taichung, Taiwan. Changhwa Veterans Home is a government-expense veterans home with ...


Prospective Validation Study of a Novel Type IV Home Sleep Apnea Test

The purpose of this prospective validation study is the evaluation of the accuracy of the NightOwl HSAT to derive parameters relevant for the diagnosis of sleep apnea. The NightOwl HSAT comprises a finger or forehead mounted sensor and an automated analytics software. The sensor measures double-wavelength photo-plethysmography and accelerometry. The ...

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Smart Linkage-to-HIV Care Via a Smartphone App

This evaluation of a newly designed smartphone application (app) for linkage to care, HIV treatment adherence and retention in care, is taking place at five Johannesburg health facilities. Intervention allocation is random with individuals either receiving the smartphone app or standard of care. The trial is motivated by evidence from ...

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A More Engaging Visual Field Test to Increase Use and Reliability in Pediatrics

The majority of young children do not think that visual field (VF) testing of peripheral vision is similar to a game; therefore, it is not surprising that they have difficulty maintaining attention during VF testing and thus the test reliability suffers as a consequence. Poor VF reliability has been a ...

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Impact of Virtual Reality Before Oocytes Retrieval on Anxiety and Pregnancy Rate

The primary objective of this study is to evaluate the impact of a session of virtual reality (VR) with the objective of lowering the anxiety level on the clinical pregnancy rate following an In-vitro fertilisation (IVF) procedure. Indeed, anxiety in relation to infertility happens frequently and over time, can become ...

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Performance of Diuretic Stress Test in Predicting Short Term Renal Recovery in Oliguric Critically-ill Patients Recovery in the Short Term

Acute kidney injury (AKI) is a common disorder and associated with high morbidity and mortality. However, distinguishing transient AKI from persistent AKI may help in individualizing treatment and limit short and long term consequences of AKI. Previous studies suggested usual urinary indices to perform poorly for separating transient from persistent ...

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