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Fever Clinical Trials

A listing of Fever 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 (112) clinical trials

Release of Nociceptin From Granulocytes in Sepsis

Nociceptin is a protein found in the body, with a number of functions in the central nervous system, blood vessels and the gut. There is evidence that it may have a role in controlling the immune response to infection, and may act as a link between the brain and immune ...

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Vasculitis Pregnancy Registry

The study will consist of several on-line surveys to assess each woman's vasculitis severity, pregnancy-related experiences, and pregnancy outcomes. Participants will be asked to complete questionnaires at study entry, during the second trimester, during the third trimester, and postpartum. Investigators estimate that it will take approximately 20 minutes to complete ...

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Survey of Non-resuscitation Fluids in Septic Shock

Background: Several studies indicate that a large part of the fluid intake in intensive care patients consists of fluids that are given for indications other than volume expansion. However, the type of non-resuscitation fluids that hemodynamically unstable ICU patients receive has not been well characterized. Methods: A multicenter observational cohort ...

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Alveolar Dead Space as Predictor of Organ Failure in Severe Sepsis

The patient will be followed during their ICU stay up to two weeks while on mechanical ventilation. Patient will be followed daily for the initial 48 hours and then once per week for 2 weeks while mechanically ventilated.

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Microassay and Allergy Skin Prick Test Correlation Study

Prospective subjects for study entry will initially be screened by the results of their allergy skin test that were acquired within the past two years. In order to be a prospective subject positive SPT results of five of the following ten allergens will be required: Dust Mite, Ragweed, Cat Dander, ...

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VCRC Tissue Repository

Biopsy specimens collected as standard of care for these diseases will be retrieved and used in research. The most common biopsies performed are kidney, lung, skin, nerves, and vessels; however, other tissue is also of interest for the study. Biopsies are not performed as part of this protocol, rather we ...

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Predicting Visceral Leishmaniasis in HIV Infected Patients

HIV co-infection drastically increases the risk of developing active VL. Clinical outcomes are dire in immune-compromised patients even with the best available treatment, and relapse is frequent. The incubation period may provide an important window of opportunity for a pre-emptive "screen an treat" approach in HIV co-infected patients to prevent ...

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Colchicine Levels in the Serum of FMF (Familial Mediterranean Fever) Patients

80 FMF patients will enroll: 20 taking 1 mg colchicine a day 20 taking 1.5 mg colchicine a day 20 taking 2 mg colchicine a day 20 taking 2.5 mg colchicine a day one blood sample for trough colchicine levels will be taken. response to treatment, colchicine side effects and ...

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Personalised Risk Assessment in Febrile Illness to Optimise Real-life Management Across the European Union (PERFORM)

The problem to be addressed: Fever is among the commonest symptoms for which parents consult health care providers worldwide. Distinction between life-threatening bacterial infection and viral infection is clinically difficult, and many children worldwide receive unnecessary antibiotic treatment, or undergo invasive investigations and hospitalization, whilst bacterial infection is missed in ...

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Natural History of Anthrax: a Study of Primary Infected Recovered and Exposed Individuals (SPoRE); and Evaluation of AVA-Vaccinated Recipients

The intentional use of Bacillus anthracis in 2001 as a bioterrorism weapon with fatal consequences renewed interest in past epidemiologic and animal research about pathogenesis and posed new dilemmas about diagnosis and treatment. Cases in the October 2001 US outbreak were theoretically exposed via one dispersal method: aerosolization of Ames ...

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