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Nasal Obstruction Clinical Trials

A listing of Nasal Obstruction 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 (21) clinical trials

Dr. Craig LaForce, Dr. Karen Dunn and Dr. Magda Pugh are recruiting individuals with nasal polyps to participate in a research study involving an investigational medication

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Effect of Mepolizumab (currently an approved medication for patients with asthma), or placebo for patients with severe nasal polyps This research study may be an option for you. Please see the eligibility criteria to see if you may qualify. Please reach out to our research staff if you have any ...

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Effect of benralizumab or placebo in patients with severe nasal polyps. Please see eligibility criteria to find out if you might qualify. If you have any questions or are interested in the study, contact our research staff.

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High Flow Nasal Cannula and Exercise Testing in Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease (COPD)

Design: interventional, crossover, randomized. The main goal of this study is to compare the maximum speed reached in an Incremental Load Treadmill Test (ILTT) and max time tolerated in a Constant Treadmill Load Test (CTLT) while using High Flow Nasal Cannula Oxygen (HFNCO). Patients will be evaluated through two different ...

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Turbinate Cauterization in Pediatric Patients With Nasal Obstruction

To assess if inferior turbinate cautery improves nasal obstruction in children undergoing adenotonsillectomy.

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Risk and Importance of Peroperative Nasal Hemorrhage in the Treatment of Lacrimal Duct Obstruction in Young Children

The aim of the study is to evaluate the risk in intra-operative nasal hemorrhage when using a "pushed" probe (Master Ka) in the treatment of naso lacrimal duct obstruction (NLDO). In the investigator's experience, this risk seemed to minus using a pushed probe rather than the classical pulled-type probes. A ...

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High Flow Nasal Cannula During Pulmonary Rehabilitation

Pulmonary Rehabilitation is one of the most recommended methods to improve the muscle function of COPD patients. By exercise training, even patients with severe COPD can increase muscle strength, improve skeletal muscle function and enhance exercise endurance. Due to improvements in exercise endurance, when exercising at a higher intensity, ventilation ...

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Assessment of Adenoidal Obstruction in Children : Clinical Signs Versus Flexible Nasal Endoscopy and Roentgenographic Findings

The term adenoids describes lymphoid tissue on the superior and posterior walls of the nasopharynx, and their hypertrophy is a common condition of childhood. When enlarged, adenoids can obstruct the nasopharyngeal airway and cause mouth-breathing, hyponasal voice, and snoring. In more severe cases, obstructive sleep apnea (OSA) may result, which ...

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High Flow Nasal Cannula and Aerobic Capacity Training

Design: randomized, single blind, controlled trial. The main goal of this study is to compare the exercise tolerance in COPD patients after an 8 week pulmonary rehabilitation program using High Flow Nasal Cannula or The Venturi Mask. The exercise tolerance will be measured in seconds in a Constant Load Treadmill ...

Phase N/A

The Effectiveness of Nasal Corticosteroids Versus Placebo in Nasal Obstruction in Patients With Nasal Septal Deviation

The purpose of this project is to determine if intranasal corticosteroids have an effect on nasal obstruction in patients with nasal septal deviation.

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