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Chronic Obstructive Lung Disease Clinical Trials

A listing of Chronic Obstructive Lung Disease 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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Defective FGFR2 Signaling in the Small Airway Basal Progenitor Cells in COPD

Changes within the small airways of the lungs represent the key element in the mechanism of COPD, as they precede the development of emphysema and contribute to the progressive decline in expiratory airflow. One of the key features of COPD is the remodeling of the small airway epithelium (SAE), and ...

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A Study to Investigate the Differential Effects of Inhaled Symbicort and Advair on Lung Microbiota

This is a randomized, non-placebo controlled study to evaluate the effects of Symbicort 400 mcg twice daily (BID) and Advair 250 mcg BID over 12 weeks. As the standard of therapy for COPD is a long-acting muscarinic antagonist (LAMA) treatment, a placebo only group cannot be ethically justified. The control ...

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Right Heart Dysfunction and Pulmonary Hypertension Evaluation in Airway Disease Using Cardiac Magnetic Resonance

Background and Importance: Chronic respiratory diseases, which include asthma, COPD and pulmonary hypertension (PH), were responsible for 4.2 million deaths globally in 2008. COPD and asthma affect more than 500 million people worldwide and present an enormous health and economic burden. Exacerbations of airway disease contribute to disease progression and ...

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HFNC Effect on BCSS in Patients With COPD

This is a prospective pilot study. Targeted population include patients with COPD, non-oxygen dependent, with a baseline normal bicarbonate on previous lab (within 6 months of enrollment). Patients will be randomly selected to be part of the study sample. Recruitment will occur in both inpatient and outpatient settings. An email ...

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Examine the Impact of Early Education on COPD Management

Purpose: To examine the impact of early pulmonary education (PE) following hospital discharge on QoL, pulmonary/CV outcomes and AECOPD hospitalizations. Rationale: Studies have shown that education improves self-efficacy and QoL in COPD. Whether these improvements translate to increased exercise tolerance, physical activity, reduced CV risk and hospitalizations in patients recently ...

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Examining Pulmonary Rehabilitation on Discharged COPD Patients

Purpose: To examine the impact of early pulmonary rehabilitation (PR) following hospital discharge on QoL, pulmonary/CV outcomes and AECOPD hospitalizations. Rationale: In addition to typical improvements in QoL and exercise tolerance, studies have shown that PR increases self-efficacy and physical activity while reducing CV risk in stable COPD patients. Patients ...

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Utilizing Wearable Device to Observe the Clinical Response of COPD Patients Treated With Combined Bronchodilator and Home-based Pulmonary Rehabilitation Program

The prevalence of chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD) has increased year by year and the estimated mortality rate by 2030 will be in the fourth place. Estimated global prevalence of COPD in the population over age 40 is about 9-10% of the population. In Taiwan, the prevalence is about 16%. ...

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The Effect of Chlorhexidine on the Oral and Lung Microbiota in Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease

Our hypothesis is that 8 weeks of chlorhexidine oral rinse will decrease microbiota biomass compared to baseline and those on placebo. Furthermore, we hypothesize that chlorhexidine treatment will: i) decrease lung and oral microbiota diversity; ii) alter microbiota taxonomic composition in the lung and oral cavity; iii) decrease systemic inflammation ...

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Examining Vascular Outcomes in COPD Inpatients (AIM 1) Examining Early Rehabilitation on Discharged COPD Patients (AIM 2)

AIM 1: Purpose: To examine pulmonary and cardiovascular outcomes in COPD patients from the time of their acute hospital admission until discharge. Rationale: AECOPD is associated with systemic inflammation, prolonged bed-rest and increased CV risk. Proper medical management strategies such as appropriate systemic corticosteroids, mobilization, and bedside education may reduce ...

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COPD Metabolome Smoking Oxidants and Aberrant Ciliated Cell Function

Cigarette smoking is the major cause of chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD), the 4th cause of mortality in the US. Central to COPD pathogenesis is "ciliopathy", dysfunction of the airway ciliated cells that mediate transport of mucus to remove inhaled pathogens. The COPD ciliopathy leads to mucus accumulation, impaired host ...

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