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Bronchoscopy Clinical Trials

A listing of Bronchoscopy 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 (4) clinical trials

Diagnosis of Individuals With Pulmonary Nodules by Different Bronchoscopy Combination

This study evaluates the value of different bronchoscopy combination for diagnosing peripheral pulmonary lesions suspected to be cancer. One-third of participants will receive routine bronchoscopy, while one-third of participants will receive bronchoscopy combined with a guiding equipment and the other one-third of participants will receive bronchoscopy combined with two or ...

Phase N/A

Bronchoscopy Assisted by Electromagnetic Navigation (EMN) in the Diagnosis of Small Pulmonary Nodules

Due to CT screening, a lot of peripheral nodule not accessible to conventional endoscopy will be found. Electromagnetic navigation directed bronchoscopy (ENB) is a new technique needing validation. the primary aim of the study is to compare ENB to radiologically guided bronchoscopy, considered the standard comparator.

Phase

Feasibility Study of Using Navigational Bronchoscopy to Perform PDT-Photofrin in Unresectable Peripheral Lung Cancer

Lung cancer accounts for almost one-third of cancer deaths. Cancer screening strategies have the potential to achieve a 20% reduction in death rates. Newly developed bronchoscopic technologies (such as navigational bronchoscopy) have shown to enable physicians to safely reach lesions in peripheral regions of the lung and obtain diagnosis. This ...

Phase

A New Guide for Our Guided-Bronchoscopy: The Use of Cone-Beam CT to Enhance Navigation and Diagnostic Yield of RP-EBUS and Hybrid Bronchoscope for Peripheral Lung Nodules Suspicious for Malignancy

Bronchoscopy: If participant is eligible and agrees to take part in this study, as a part of participant's standard care, participant will have a bronchoscopy to biopsy participant's suspicious lung lesion. Participant will receive a separate consent form describing the standard bronchoscopy and its risks. During the standard bronchoscopy, the ...

Phase N/A