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Birth Control Clinical Trials

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


Found (8) clinical trials

The Adding Value of Parents to Nursing Care in the Control of FiO2

Both episodes of hyperoxia and hypoxemia in preterm infants increase morbidity and mortality. Nowadays the adjustment of FiO2 is manually controlled, which means it depends on the staff, needing multiple adjustments throughout the day. The investigators's hypothesis is that the FiO2 control by parents, improve the percentage of time in ...

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Perspectives on Prescribing Hormonal Contraception Among Rural New Mexicans

There are no studies examining New Mexico pharmacists' interest in prescribing hormonal contraceptives or rural New Mexican women's support for pharmacist prescribed hormonal contraceptives. However, some states where pharmacists already prescribe contraception have experienced difficulties in implementing the education, infrastructure, and financial support necessary to provide hormonal contraception in the ...

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Patient-ventilator Asynchrony During Noninvasive Ventilation Assessed Using Diaphragm Ultrasonography

Fifteen healthy subjects under non-invasive ventilation will be have a recording of surface electromyogram, measurements of airway flows and pressures as well as a continuous ultrasound. The provocation of leaks on the Ventilation circuit and expiratory trigger modulation will generate a number of asynchronies between the subject and the respirator. ...

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Risk Factors of Preterm Birth Born in Hospital a Prospective Multicenter Case-control Study

Preterm birth is a global scourge, and the leading cause of newborn deaths (babies in the first 4 weeks of life) and raised to the leading cause of death among children under 5 years of age, responsible for approximately 1 million deaths in 2015. In China, the prevalence of preterm ...

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The Effect of Diaphragm Muscle Training on Chronic Low Back Pain

The study is a randomized controlled trial. The participants are divided randomly into two groups. One of the groups take part in a complex training which contains stretching, strengthening, mobilizing exercises and proprioceptive training and this training is completed by diaphragm strengthening exercises. This group is defined as diaphragm training ...

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Randomized Control Trial: Synchronized Non-invasive Positive Pressure Ventilation Versus Non Synchronized Non Invasive Positive Pressure Ventilation in Extremely Low Birth Weight Infants

Hypothesis The hypothesis is that sNIPPV will decrease the need for MVET and reduce BPD in ELBW infants as compared to NIPPV. Specific Aims: The specific aims are to determine whether: sNIPPV results in a decreased need for MVET at 7days of life and 28 days of life in ELBW ...

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Interscalene Block Versus Combined Supraprascapular: Axillary Nerve Blocks

The interscalene block provides effective analgesia after shoulder surgery. It consists of injecting local anaesthetic within the brachial plexus, in the interscalene groove, between the anterior and middle scalene muscles. Unfortunately, this technique is associated with respiratory complications such as hemidiaphragmatic paresis due to the spread of the local anaesthetic ...


Defining the Normal Range for Maximal Sniff Diaphragm Thickening Fraction

Diaphragm dysfunction is associated with poor clinical outcomes in critically ill patients but is difficult to diagnose. Traditionally, diaphragm function is measured by evaluating inspiratory muscle strength via maximal inspiratory pressure (MIP). However, this technique relies on a volitional maximal effort and can be challenging for patients to perform. An ...

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