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Fecal Incontinence Clinical Trials

A listing of Fecal Incontinence 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 (27) clinical trials

A Clinical Evaluation of the Eclipse System a Vaginal Bowel Control (VBC) Therapy for Fecal Incontinence in Women

Multi-center, prospective, within-subject control, open label clinical trial to evaluate the durability of the safety and effectiveness of the Eclipse™ System after 3 and 12 months of use.

Phase N/A

Feasibility Study of the Use of the gekoTM Device for Faecal Incontinence in Older People Living at Home or in Care Homes

This research aims to investigate the feasibility for the treatment of OnPulse(TM) for the treatment of faecal incontinence (FI) (including mixed faecal and urinary incontinence) in older people living at home or in a Care Home. It will determine patient acceptability, tolerability and usability of the T-2 gekoTM device for ...

Phase N/A

Neuromodulation Therapy for Fecal Incontinence

Our expected outcome include development of new treatment approaches for FI which are mechanistically based, effective, safe, low cost, less invasive, low risk and less dependent on patient compliance. The impact of our project include a new non-invasive treatment modality for FI, a scientific basis for the development of this ...

Phase N/A

Tibial Nerve Stimulation for Faecal Incontinence

Faecal incontinence is a common problem, affecting approximately 2% of the adult general population. Initial management involves dietary advice, anti−diarrhoeal medication, and behavioural therapy. In those who have not benefited from these conservative techniques sacral nerve stimulation is an established and effective treatment for faecal incontinence. This treatment involves using ...

Phase N/A

Studies in Patients With Defecatory Disorders

Defecatory disorders like chronic constipation and faecal incontinence affect 25% of the population with rising incidence. Defecatory disorders pose a major health care burden and are poorly recognized and treated. The need for better diagnostics and therapeutics is substantial. Currently management options for these patients are limited, partly due to ...

Phase N/A

Lateral Episiotomy or Not in Vacuum Assisted Delivery in Non-parous Women

The study has started at Danderyd Hospital. Danderyd Hospital is a large teaching hospital affiliated to the Karolinska Institute in Stockholm, Sweden. Danderyd Hospital attends approximately 7 000 deliveries annually, of which 330 are vacuum extractions in non-parous women. Other hospitals in Stockholm County and other parts of Sweden are ...

Phase N/A

Autologous Cell Therapy for Treatment of Fecal Incontinence

The aim of this clinical study is to investigate the safety and feasibility of Autologous Muscle Derived Cells (AMDC; a preparation of a patient's own cells) injection into the anal sphincter for treatment of patients with fecal incontinence.

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Transanal Total Mesorectal Excision for Rectal Cancer on Anal Physiology + Fecal Incontinence

Primary Objective To evaluate effect of TaTME on anal sphincter via anorectal functional studies and anorectal ultrasound administered post- and preoperatively. Secondary Objective(s) To evaluate the effect of TaTME on fecal incontinence, quality of life, and LARS utilizing validated questionnaires administered to patients preoperatively and during postoperative follow-up. Study Design ...

Phase N/A

Encopresis & MIE (DoD #2)

Toilet training one's child is a nearly universal challenge for parents, but is a particularly distressing ordeal for parents of individuals with autism spectrum disorder (ASD). Whereas typically developing children generally stop having daytime toileting accidents (i.e., they achieve continence) by 2-4 years of age, most individuals with ASD are ...

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