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Lymphedema Clinical Trials

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


Found (35) clinical trials

Treatment of Lymphedema: Application of the Kinesio Taping

First part: To investigate the reliability study of water displacement and circumference measurement and the change in thickness of subcutaneous space measured by sonography and blood flow measured by DRT4 in normal subjects after applying K-tape. Second part: The incidence of breast carcinoma is in the second place in women ...


Lymphedema Following Hand/Wrist Surgery in Women Post Axillary Node Dissection

This is a prospective, randomized, equivalence trial designed to evaluate postoperative complications following hand surgery with a brachial tourniquet and without a tourniquet in patients that have previously had a mastectomy with axillary node dissection with or without radiation treatment or history of lymphedema.

Phase N/A

Effects on the Personalized Rehabilitation Service in Patients With Cancer

In order to study the effectiveness of personalized healthcare service program for breast cancer rehabilitation, investigators designed this study using mobile phone and clinical intervention(feedback coaching).

Phase N/A

Treatment of Breast Cancer-related Lymphedema With a Negative Pressure Device

Lymphedema (LE) is a protein-rich interstitial swelling caused by reduced lymph transport secondary to lymphatic system damage from cancer treatments. 1 in 5 women will develop LE following breast cancer treatment. These women have greater restrictions in activity and poorer quality of life (QOL) and are more prone to cellulitis ...

Phase N/A

Innovation Oncological Rehabilitation: Applicability of the Different Techniques Physiotherapeutic Post Breast Cancer

The brest cancer is considered a public health problem worldwide. In Brazil, there was increased survival due to advances in early diagnosis and the therapeutic approaches each more accurate and effective, however these women require care and attention for short and long time, due to the consequences physical and psychosocial, ...

Phase N/A

Lymphedema Progression Screening Using MRI

Lymphedema is a chronic, debilitating disease caused by lymphatic flow obstruction. Breast cancer-related lymphedema (BCRL) secondary to mastectomy and/or radiation therapy is a growing health concern, with a reported incidence as high as 94% in breast cancer survivors. Behavioral adjustments and aggressive therapeutic management can reduce long-term impairment and optimize ...

Phase N/A

Hypofractionated Loco-regional Adjuvant Radiation Therapy of Breast Cancer Combined With a Simultaneous Integrated Boost

The randomization is between 50 Gy / 25 fractions and 40 Gy/15 fractions, 5 fractions weekly. In patients treated with boost 2 dose levels are accepted: 16 Gy/8 fractions and 10 Gy/5 fractions. These boost treatments will be provided as simultaneous integrated boost, where the overall treatment time in general ...

Phase N/A

Lymphedema Prophylaxis in Breast Cancer Survivors Who Show Early Evidence of High-risk Status

The current investigation is designed to prospectively evaluate the potential for simple, effective lymphedema prophylaxis in breast cancer survivors who show early evidence of high-risk status. There is growing evidence that the mechanisms of lymphatic repair after injury are mediated through lymphatic flow. Accordingly, we propose that physical measures designed ...

Phase N/A

A 24 Month Study to Compare Efficacy of Doxycycline vs Placebo for Improving Filarial Lymphedema in Sri Lanka

This (LEDOXY) trial is designed as a randomized, controlled, observer-, provider- and patient-blinded multicenter superiority trial with two parallel groups and a primary endpoint of change in grade of lymphedema at 24 months. The population will be stratified according to the Grade (Early Grade 1-3; Late Grade 4-6). Randomization will ...


Comfort Subcutaneous Drainage: a Descriptive Study Among Palliative Phase Cancer Patients

Lower limbs lymphedemas are often reported in advanced palliative phase cancer patients. These oedemas have multiple causes and are complicated to be taken care of. Actual available treatments such as physiotherapist massage and compression stockings, are often lacking efficiency and are not adapted for these patients. Physical embarrassment, pain and ...

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