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Bed Sores (Decubitus Ulcers) Clinical Trials

A listing of Bed Sores (Decubitus Ulcers) 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 (38) clinical trials

Cellular and Tissue Based Therapy Registry

The goal of the Cellular and Tissue Based Therapy Registry (CTPR) for Wounds is to provide comparative effectiveness data for patients with chronic wounds and ulcers and to understand whether clinical practice guidelines are followed in the use of these products. These products are referred to by a variety of ...

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Negative Pressure Wound Therapy Registry

The purpose of the Negative Pressure Wound Therapy Registry (NPWTR)) for Wounds and Ulcers is to provide comparative effectiveness data on NPWT including different NPWT devices, and safety data on NPWT (e.g. the frequency of adverse events experienced by typical NPWT patients). NPWT promotes wound healing by applying a vacuum ...

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A Real World Observational Registry of Chronic Wounds and Ulcers

This is a longitudinal, observational study of chronic wounds and ulcers treated at participating hospital based, outpatient wound centers. Data collection began in 2005. Structured data are collected at the point of care in the patient electronic health record and data from all patients at more than 100 wound centers ...

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Prevention of Pressure Sores in the Prone Position in ARDS Patients

A nursing strategy to prevent pressure sores in the prone position in Acute Respiratory Distress Syndrome (ARDS) patients. A multicenter controlled prospective stepped wedge trial.

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Effectiveness of Two Silicone Dressings for Sacral and Heel Pressure Ulcer Prevention

Patients of intensive acute care and residents of institutional long-term care facilities are at high risk for developing pressure ulcers (PUs). PU standard prevention includes repositioning, early mobilization and the use of special support surfaces. The use of prophylactic dressings might reduce friction and shear forces and/or modify the microclimate ...

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Wound Healing Endpoint and Recurrence

This prospective pilot study is to enroll patients with clinically-defined infected wounds. Patients enrolled in the study will be followed for 16 weeks for wound closure (Phase A), and will then begin Phase B. Wounds will be subjected to Standard of Care (SoC) followed by all Comprehensive Wound Center (CWC) ...

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Effectiveness of Aurix Therapy in Pressure Ulcers

Pressure ulcers (PUs) are a common problem in all patient care settings, especially long-term acute care facilities and nursing homes. Aurix is a platelet-rich plasma gel used in the treatment of non-healing chronic wounds. The results of Aurix to date when used to treat PUs have been promising. The aim ...

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Adipose-Derived Stromal Cells (ASC's) and Pressure Ulcers

Wound healing for Stage III and IV pressure ulcers can take four to six weeks or longer and cost upwards of $40,000 to treat. Past studies have shown that adipose tissue contains progenitor cells or regenerative cells that can release multiple angiogenic growth factors and cytokines including vascular endothelial growth ...

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Skin Blood Flow Response to Insulin Iontophoresis in Pressure Ulcers of SCI

Pressure ulcers (PU) are skin breakdowns that often form after blood flow in the skin is reduced from prolonged and repeated exposure to externally applied forces. As many as 85% of individuals with a spinal cord injury (SCI) report the occurrence of at least 1 PU since being injured. Despite ...

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Pressure Sensing to Reduce the Risk of Pressure Ulcer Formation

Background: Pressure ulcers result in substantial financial costs to the healthcare system as well as significant distress to affected patients and their families. As interface pressure is a key risk factor in the development of pressure ulcers, continuous visual feedback of continuous pressure imaging (CPI) between the body and support ...

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