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Vomiting Clinical Trials

A listing of Vomiting 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 (18) clinical trials

The ORBIT 1 clinical research study is now looking for patients with eosinophilic esophagitis (EoE) or suspected EoE. What is EoE? Usually, your immune system does a great job of keeping you healthy. But, sometimes, it reacts to things it shouldn’t—like food. EoE is thought to be a type of ...

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A Multicenter Trial of the Efficacy and Safety of Diclegis for Nausea and Vomiting of Pregnancy in Pregnant Adolescents

This is a multicenter study in the treatment of NVP that will actively recruit pregnant adolescents from approximately 14-16 study sites in the United States. After obtaining informed consent on Day 1, a medical examination will be conducted to ensure eligibility. Participants will be randomized to receive Diclegis or placebo. ...

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Anesthetic Premedication With a Cannabis Extract (Cannapremed)

The selection of patients will be done during the pre-anesthetic assessment the day before surgery. After obtaining informed consent, eligible patients will be randomly allocated to one of the following regimes: nabiximols high dose (21.6 mg THC + 20 mg CBD), nabiximols low dose (10.8 mg THC + 10 mg ...

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Effects of Rolapitant on Nausea/Vomiting in Patients With Sarcoma Receiving Multi-Day Highly Emetogenic Chemotherapy (HEC) With Doxorubicin and Ifosfamide Regimen (AI)

Study Groups and Study Drug Administration: There are 2 parts in this study. If you are found to be eligible to take part in this study, you will be assigned to either Part 1 or Part 2 based on when you joined the study. Each study cycle is 21 days. ...

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The Effects of Anesthetic Techniques and Palonosetron Administration on the Incidence of PONV

The incidence of postoperative nausea and vomiting (PONV) after thyroidectomy have been shown to be relatively high compared other surgeries, with a reported incidence 65-75 %. PONV may increase patient discomfort, delay patient discharge, and increase the cost of patient care, the risk of postoperative bleeding which may potentially cause ...

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Breath Test for Biomarkers in Humans Receiving Total Body Irradiation

The effect of radiation on normal tissue varies widely between individuals. Consequently, a test to measure tissue response to radiation could be clinically useful by permitting more accurate titration of dosage in patients undergoing radiotherapy. Also, in view of emerging concerns about possible nuclear terrorism a test for exposure to ...

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Physostigmine After General Anesthesia

The researchers wish to investigate the use of physostigmine in the elderly patients (age > 60 yrs, ASA I-III) in the postoperative recovery-phase after general anesthesia. Apart from the beneficial effects for the patient, the lessened amount of time in the PACU will release caregiving resources and thereby increase the ...

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Acupuncture in Reducing Ileus in Patients Who Have Undergone Surgery for Colorectal Cancer

OBJECTIVES: Primary - Determine whether a phase III study of acupuncture for postoperative recovery after colorectal surgery is warranted, as defined by evidence of reduction of postoperative ileus in patients who undergo acupuncture vs sham acupuncture after segmental or subtotal colectomy with primary anastomosis for colorectal cancer. Secondary - Determine ...

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Laser Acupuncture Against Nausea in Children

To investigate whether nonthermal low level laser acupuncture has beneficial effects on nausea and vomiting in children receiving highly emetogenic chemotherapy for a malignant solid tumor. In a previous crossover study comparing needle acupuncture to no intervention in an otherwise similar setting we found beneficial effects, but this trial was ...

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