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Appendicitis Clinical Trials

A listing of Appendicitis 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 (31) clinical trials

Minimally Invasive Surgery: Using Natural Orfices

This is an observational study of pain and outcomes from females undergoing transvaginal NOTES removal of their appendix or gallbladder. Female subjects who elect to have a transvaginal NOTES removal of their appendix or gallbladder and agree to be in this study (through signature on the informed consent form) will ...

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Minimally Invasive Surgery: Using Natural Orifice Translumenal Endoscopic Surgery (NOTES)

This is an observational study of pain and outcomes from patients undergoing transgastric NOTES removal of their appendix or gallbladder. Subjects who elect to have a transgastric NOTES removal of their appendix or gallbladder and agree to be in this study (through signature on the informed consent form) will be ...

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Initial Versus Delayed Operation for Treatment of Complicated Appendicitis In Children

To determine the most cost effective way to treat children with perforated appendicitis we will randomize all children presenting with perforated appendicitis to initial operation, with in 24 hours of admission, or to initial antibiotics, with or without percutaneous drainage, and subsequent interval appendectomy after 8 weeks. Our outcomes will ...

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NOTES Transvaginal Cholecystectomy and Appendectomy

Natural Orifice Translumenal Endoscopic Surgery (NOTES) is considered by many leading expert surgeons to be the next step in MIS (Minimally Invasive Surgery). This is a rapidly evolving area of preclinical research and several groups worldwide are developing this surgical approach together with industry support. In this new surgical technique, ...

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Appendectomy Versus Conservative Treatment for Uncomplicated Acute Appendicitis

On September the 15th, 2015, Italian surgeons, radiologists and pathologists with a special interest and expertise in the diagnosis and management of Acute Appendicitis (AA), met up under the auspices of the Italian Society of Hospital Surgeons (ACOI) in Oristano (Italy) to constitute the ACTUAA collaborative working group. The main ...

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Explanations for Negative Laparoscopic Appendectomies and Normal Laparoscopies

Aim The aim of the study is to investigate which infectious diseases might mimic the symptoms of acute appendicitis to a degree that cause a diagnostic laparoscopy or laparoscopic appendectomy. Primary outcome A comparison of the incidence of Yersinia spp. (enterocolitica and/or pseudotuberculosis) infection diagnosed by PCR on rectal swabs ...

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Finding Evidence to Treat Or Reassure in Appendicitis (FETOR)

Acute appendicitis is the most common surgical emergency in childhood. Despite access to current diagnostic modalities, diagnosis may be challenging since the child may have difficulty in articulating symptoms. Additionally there is a high frequency of atypical presentation and rapid progression. Delayed diagnosis in children is reported as being up ...

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Optimal Care of Complicated Appendicitis

This is a single center, prospective study to compare early appendectomy vs. non-operative management of immunocompetent patients with complicated appendicitis, and then to compare interval appendectomy vs. no interval appendectomy in those managed with the initial non-operative approach. Patients who choose early appendectomy will have surgery within 24 hours of ...

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Raja Isteri Pengiran Anak Saleha Appendicitis Treatment Without Operation

Introduction Acute appendicitis is one of the most common surgical emergencies, with a lifetime prevalence approximately 1 in 7. The incidence is 1.5-1.9 per 1000 in a male and female population with approximately 1.4 times greater in men than in women. Despite being a common problem, acute appendicitis remains a ...

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The Hasselt APPendicitis Immunology and Environmental Cohort STudy

The Hasselt Appendicitis Immunology and Environmental Study (HAPPIEST) aims at characterizing factors that influence the development and severity of acute appendicitis. In a cohort of 300 patients and 300 controls, environmental factors as well as genetic make-up of the innate immune system, focusing mainly on pattern recognition, will be analyzed ...

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