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Inflammation Clinical Trials

A listing of Inflammation medical research trials actively recruiting patient volunteers. Search for closest city to find more detailed information on a research study in your area.


Found (13) clinical trials

Functional Chewing Gum in Reduction of Gingival Inflammation

Periodontal disease remains a prevalent and preventable disease in man. Plaque bacterial biofilm remains the primary etiologic agent of disease; colonization of non-shedding tooth surfaces greatly contributes to initiation and progression of gingivitis, for example. Although there are currently available chemotherapeutic agents to supplement daily oral hygiene measures, one continuous ...

Phase N/A

Macular Edema Nepafenac vs. Difluprednate Uveitis Trial

Trial: Randomized 3 arm (1:1:1) parallel design comparative effectiveness trial Stratification: Systemic corticosteroid/immunosuppressive therapy vs. none Treatments: 1) difluprednate 0.05% 2) combination therapy of prednisolone acetate 1% with nepafenac 0.1% 3) combination therapy of difluprednate 0.05% with nepafenac 0.1% Masking: Unmasked treatment administration; masked outcome assessment (evaluation of OCT and ...


Vascular Implications of a Naturally Occurring Asthma Exacerbation

BACKGROUND & SCOPE: While asthma is generally considered to be a disease of the airways, there are important systemic consequences which have predisposed people with asthma to become more likely to die from cardiovascular (CV) disease compared to non-asthmatics. Additional CV risks have been reported in people with severe asthma, ...

Phase N/A

Comparative Trial Via Tranforaminal Approach Versus Epidural Catheter Via Interlaminar Approach

Two distinct techniques used to administer epidural steroids specifically to the nerve root affected in a radicular pain syndrome, which include transforaminal access at the level of pathology and interlaminar interlaminar access at the C7-T1 level with subsequent advancement of an epidural cathether to the level of pathology. Use of ...


Does Low-does Cervical Epidural Lidocaine Cause Transient Weakness?

Cervical radicular pain is relatively common, often treated with epidural steroid injection (ESI), when conservative treatments like oral analgesics, physical therapy, and activity modification have failed. There are no universal clinical practice guidelines for the use of diluents when CESI are performed. Interlaminar CESI may be performed with or without ...


Standard Chemotherapy With or Without Nelarabine or Rituximab in Treating Patients With Newly Diagnosed Acute Lymphoblastic Leukemia

OBJECTIVES Primary To determine if the addition of a monoclonal antibody (none vs. rituximab) improves event-free survival (EFS) in patients with newly diagnosed precursor B-cell acute lymphoblastic leukemia (ALL). To determine if the addition of nelarabine improves outcome for patients with T-cell ALL. Secondary To determine the tolerability of pegaspargase ...


Procalcitonin at Zero and 24 Hours as a Prognostic Factor in Patients With Pneumonia

A procalcitonin order bundle will be created for admitted patients with pneumonia. This prepopulated bundle includes an initial and 24 hour procalcitonin level, much like the current initial and 4 hour lactate orders are set-up. These patients will receive treatment for their pneumonia as is deemed appropriate by their care ...

Phase N/A

Evaluation of Efficacy and Safety of SDN-037

The efficacy and safety of SDN-037 twice daily will be evaluated and compared with vehicle for the treatment of inflammation and pain associated with ocular surgery.


Comparison of Soft Tissue Biased Manual Therapy and Conventional Physical Therapy in Patients With Frozen Shoulder

Adhesive capsulitis, also known as frozen shoulder (FS), is a condition characterized by a functional restriction of both active and passive shoulder motion with unremarkable glenohumeral joint radiographs findings. Frozen shoulder is divided into primary and secondary type. The mechanism of primary FS is still unknown and the secondary FS ...

Phase N/A

The Effects of Probiotics on Intestinal Permeability in Gastrointestinal Cancer Patients in Chemotherapy

Treatment of most cancer patients involves radiation and/or chemotherapy which often leads to gastrointestinal toxicity. Cytotoxic chemotherapy in particular often induces several intestinal abnormalities such as mucositis including destruction of intestinal villi, alterations in the gut microbiota, modulation of tight junctions, leading to an increased intestinal permeability. These toxic effects ...

Phase N/A