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Brain Injury Clinical Trials

A listing of Brain Injury medical research trials actively recruiting patient volunteers. Search for closest city to find more detailed information on a research study in your area.


Found (117) clinical trials

NeuroAiD Safe Treatment Registry

The NeST Registry is designed as a product registry that would provide information on the use and safety of NeuroAiD in clinical practice. An online NeST Registry was set up to allow easy entry and retrieval of essential information including demographics, medical conditions, clinical assessments of neurological, functional, and cognitive ...

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A Study to Assess the Effectiveness of the Nautilus BrainPulse as an Aid in the Diagnosis of Concussion

This is a prospective, non-randomized, blinded, matched control study of young athletes (ages 10-25 years old) in competitive sports (Cohort A: higher-risk of concussion, Cohort B: lower-risk of concussion) to assess the effectiveness of the Nautilus BrainPulse device when used as an aid in the diagnosis of concussion. The Nautilus ...

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Validation of Brain Function Assessment Algorithm for mTBI From Injury to Rehabilitation in College Athletes

Performance will be assessed by comparing the output of the algorithms, which were developed by correlating changes in brain electrical activity (EEG) and other measures of brain function to mTBI (e.g. concussion) in the sports environment. Injured athletes will be studied during the season at time of injury, and then ...

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Unblinded Data Collection Study of Concussion Using BrainPulse

Cohort I is defined as all enrolled athletes at the University of Wyoming and is divided into two sub-cohorts: Cohort Ia include all athletes participating in Division 1 Athletics; Cohort Ib are athletes subscribed to the Head Health Network. Cohort II is defined as all injured athletes participating in the ...

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Control Study of Nautilus BrainPulse for the Detection of Concussion

This study is a non-blinded study in high school athletes who will be presumed to no be suffering from a concussion. Healthy controls will be recruited from high school sports that are not associated with physical contact, which could generate concussions. The primary objective of this study is to improve ...

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Evaluation of Mild TBI in Collegiate Athletes

The purpose of this study is to evaluate blood-based biomarkers before and after sports-induced concussion using neuroimaging and head impact sensor technology.

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Measure of Cerebrovascular Dysfunction After TBI With fNIRS

The prospective study design will consist of two study groups; the experimental group and the control group. In the Experimental Group (Group 1) we will enroll adult participants with TBI with persistent post-concussion symptoms or abnormalities on neuropsychological testing. In Group 2 we will enroll adult participants to serve as ...

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Rare Disease Patient Registry & Natural History Study - Coordination of Rare Diseases at Sanford

CoRDS collects contact, sociodemographic and health information about participants. This information is entered into CoRDS and linked to a unique coded identifier. Below are some examples of information requested on the Questionnaire that will be entered into CoRDS: Contact information: Name, Mailing Address, Phone Number, Email Address Sociodemographic information: Date ...

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Characteristics of Blood- Brain Barrier Permeability in Neurological Patients

Traumatic brain injury (TBI) is one of the most common traumatic events, occurring in approximately 200 per 100,000, and is a known risk factor for later development of epileptic seizures. This occurs in up to 17% of TBI patients, and accounts for approximately 20% of symptomatic epilepsies (Annegers, JF. et ...

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Non-Interventional F-Two Isoprostane Trial (NIFTI)

Each year in the United States alone, 300,000 persons are hospitalized for traumatic brain injury, with approximately one quarter dying. Despite advances in aggressive neurosurgical interventions, intensive care monitoring and overall supportive management, many of those who do "survive" do not fully recover and are left with a varying degree ...

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