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Contact Dermatitis Clinical Trials

A listing of Contact Dermatitis 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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Pathophysiological Study of Allergic Contact Dermatitis to Para-Phenylenediamine (PPD). Analysis of Cellular and Molecular Targets in Skin Inflammation

The current knowledge of the pathophysiology of allergic contact dermatitis is based on the murine model. In this model, CD8+ T cells are effector cells, and CD4+ T cells regulate the response by limiting the expansion of CD8+ T cells. The goal of this study is to characterize the pathophysiology ...

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CeraVe Cream Compared to Desitin Paste for Treating Diaper Dermatitis in Infants

Visit 1 - Screening and Baseline Visit (Day 0) Subjects will be evaluated for study eligibility using inclusion and exclusion criteria. The study doctor will assess diaper dermatitis for inclusion and exclusion criteria and to verify mild to moderate severity. Once study eligibility has been confirmed, parental/guardian consent will be ...

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Trial Comparing Calmoseptine Ointment and Desitin Diaper Rash Paste in Diaper Dermatitis in Neonates and Infants

This is a single-center, randomized, controlled, assessor-blinded clinical trial. Neonates born in UP-PGH or infants (< 1 year of age) in the general pediatric wards for any condition who have diaper dermatitis are recruited and randomized to treatment with either Calmoseptine Ointment or Desitin Maximum Strength 40% Zinc Oxide Diaper ...

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Cutaneous and Systemic Reactions to Metal Implants

This prospective cohort study will enroll patients with a history of metal allergy who require implantation of a metal orthopedic device. Patients will be followed for one year after surgery to determine if any symptoms including rash, itch, joint pain, joint swelling, and/or joint failure develop post implantation. Patients will ...

Phase N/A

Mechlorethamine Induced Contact Dermatitis Avoidance Study

Mechlorethamine hydrochloride, or most commonly known as nitrogen nitrogen mustard, was approved by the FDA in 2013 for the treatment of IA and IB Mycosis Fungoides. The most common side effect of Valchlor is a skin rash, which is routinely ameliorated with the application of topical corticosteroids, such as topical ...

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A Real World Observational Registry of Chronic Wounds and Ulcers

This is a longitudinal, observational study of chronic wounds and ulcers treated at participating hospital based, outpatient wound centers. Data collection began in 2005. Structured data are collected at the point of care in the patient electronic health record and data from all patients at more than 100 wound centers ...

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The Use of Coconut Oil for the Prevention and Treatment of Diaper Dermatitis in the NICU Population

The purpose of the study is to examine the safety and effectiveness of the use of coconut oil for the prevention and treatment of diaper dermatitis among NICU babies at Genesis Medical Center, Davenport.

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Prevention of Phototoxicities in Patients Undergoing Vemurafenib Treatment

Vemurafenib is an anti-cancer treatment indicated as monotherapy in the treatment of adult patients with non-resectable or metastatic melanoma carrying a BRAF V600 mutation. Cobimetinib is indicated in combination with Vemurafenib in the treatment of adult patients with non-resectable or metastatic melanoma carrying a BRAF V600 mutation. These treatments are ...

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Comparison of Barrier Products in the Prevention of Incontinence-associated Dermatitis in Hospitalized Elderly

Introduction Skin lesions associated with moisture are defined as inflammation and skin erosion arising from prolonged exposure to sources such as urine, feces, sweat, wound exudate, mucus and saliva. They are initially triggered by lesions of the corneal extract, induced by exposure to multiple factors such as hyperhydration, friction, temperature, ...

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Pressure Ulcer Prevention: a Turn and Positioning System Combined With Incontinence Care and Tailored/Standard Repositioning

The prevalence of pressure ulcer in hospitals is 7,3% - 23%. The primary etiological factors are pressure or pressure combined with shear. Prevention is very important and comprises: preventive skin care including cleansing and protecting the skin from exposure to moisture, the systematic repositioning of the patient, the offloading of ...

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