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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 (122) clinical trials

Dietary Cholesterol and Defects in Cholesterol Synthesis in Mevalonate Kinase Deficiency

Participants are admitted to the clinical research center for up to a week per visit. Additional visits at least yearly encouraged. During the week we measure such things as cholesterol absorption, sterol and bile acid synthesis, mevalonate and mevalonate shunt products, isoprenoids, fatty acids, leukotrienes, plasma cholesterol and other sterol ...

Phase N/A

Cisplatin Metronomic Low-Dose Interferon Alfa Gemcitabine and Fever-Range Whole-Body Hyperthermia in Treating Patients With Inoperable or Metastatic Pancreatic Cancer

OBJECTIVES: Primary - Determine tumor response in patients with inoperable or metastatic pancreatic cancer treated with cisplatin, metronomic low-dose interferon alfa, gemcitabine, and fever-range whole-body hyperthermia. - Determine the toxicity of this regimen in these patients. - Determine the survival of patients treated with this regimen. - Determine changes in ...

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Angiotensin in Septic Kidney Injury Trial

Sepsis is the most common cause of ARF in the ICU. In last 50 years there have been no significant advances in our understanding of the pathogenesis, prevention or treatment of septic ARF, except for the use of renal replacement therapy (RRT) once it is established. It has been assumed ...

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Oral Versus Rectal Ibuprofen for Fever in Young Children - a Randomized Control Study.

Fever is one of the most common symptoms in pediatrics and one of the most common reasons for visits in pediatricians' office and pediatric emergency departments. Many parents consider fever to be the most terrifying symptom. Ibuprofen is an effective and safe treatment for febrile children. Until recently ibuprofen was ...

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Malarial Immunity in Pregnant Cameroonian Women

Plasmodium falciparum malaria is one of the three major infectious diseases in the world today. Infants in endemic areas are born with transplacentally-acquired antibodies (Ab) that help to protect them against severe infections. Once this passive-immunity wanes, infants become susceptible to severe disease. Asymptomatic and clinical malaria are more common ...

Phase N/A

Observational Study of Sepsis and Pneumonia to Develop Diagnostic Tests

3 interdependent aims are proposed to discover and initiate development of novel, in vitro diagnostic tests (IVD) for severe sepsis (SS) and community acquired pneumonia (CAP). Specific Aim 1: Discovery and initial development of an IVD for early diagnosis of severe sepsis. In patients with suspected sepsis, early, accurate identification ...

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Prospective Study of Infant Dengue

This is a prospective natural history study to define the levels of maternally-acquired neutralizing antibody (Ab) and other correlates of immunity that may protect against the development of dengue hemorrhagic fever in infants. Approximately 10,000 mother-infant pairs will be enrolled to achieve a continuous study cohort of approximately 4,000 children ...

Phase N/A

Malaria Transmission and Immunity in Highland Kenya

The purpose of this study is to see why malaria epidemics occur in highland areas in Kenya. A better understanding of factors contributing to malaria may be necessary for malaria vaccine planning. These factors include interactions between age, where malaria is passed from mosquitoes to people, immune system (how the ...

Phase N/A

Plasmodium Resistance in A. Gambiae

Malaria is a blood-borne human disease, and is transmitted to mosquitoes in the bloodmeal, an obligatory step in human malaria transmission. This is a study of malaria parasites in the major mosquito vector of human malaria in Africa, Anopheles gambiae. The intent of the study is to develop modern forms ...

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Fetal Immunity to Falciparum Malaria

The primary aim of this study is to determine how prenatal exposure to malaria influences development of humoral and cellular immune responses to malaria blood stage antigens from birth to 3 years of age. In addition, the study will determine the risk factors and mechanisms associated with congenital malaria or ...

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