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Extraction Clinical Trials

A listing of Extraction 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 (51) clinical trials

The Impact of Immediate Implant Placement on Alveolar Ridge Preservation Techniques

Hypothesis/Aims Primary hypotesis Placing an immediate implant into a fresh extraction site plus a bone substitute filling and a matrix covering could negatively modify the healing patterns and thus the tissue morphology of the ridge site with regard to: clinical hard tissues dimensions (bone width and height, bone volume) clinical ...

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A Clinical Assessment of the Full Range of Functional Vision With Three Tecnis Multifocal IOL 1-Piece Models in Bilateral Cataract Extraction

This will be a multi-center, parallel comparison clinical study design with two treatment groups. One hundred (100) qualified study patients will receive a +2.75D (ZKB00) Tecnis Multifocal 1-Piece IOL in their dominant eye. Of these study patients, 50 patients will receive the +3.25D (ZLB00) Tecnis Multifocal 1-Piece IOL in their ...

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Tissue Interface Pressures in Athlete Medical Extraction

Background In recent years the scoop stretcher, for a number of reasons, has been advocated by the Faculty for Pre-hospital Care (Royal College of Surgeons Edinburgh, United Kingdom) as the 'Gold Standard' method of extrication and transport in pre-hospital trauma and this has been extrapolated to extricating athletes from the ...

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Tooth Extraction in Patients With Atrial Fibrillation in Use of New Oral Anticoagulants

The sample will be divided into three groups according to the pharmacokinetics of the oral anticoagulant: rivaroxaban 1x/day (group 1); dabigatran and apixabana 2x/day (group 2) and warfarin (control group). Extraction of one to three teeth will be scheduled, in the valley of the new oral anticoagulants' concentration, considered the ...

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Effect of High-dose Naloxone Following Third Molar Extraction

Naloxone is a combined mu-opioid-receptor (MOR) inverse agonist and antagonist drug, which dose-dependently demonstrates hypoalgesic and hyperalgesic properties. Systemically administrated naloxone (3.0-10.0 mg/kg) and naltrexone (0.3-3.0 mg/kg) have been used in rodents to study the role of endogenous opioids on central processing of pain. It has been hypothesized that the ...

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FM-SRP and Tooth Extraction Improve Type 2 Diabetes Mellitus in Periodontitis

In a randomize, prospective study 200 patients from the endocrinology department of "Peja's Regional Hospital" and Dental Polyclinic at city of Peja, will be assessed and examined for eligibility. Personal interviews will be used to collect the baseline data from each participant using a pre structured questionnaire. After clinical examination, ...

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External Pop-Out Technique Versus Classic Head Extraction During Cesarean Section

Caesarean section is one the most common operations worldwide, its rates are globally increasing. A multitude of efforts had been done aiming at reduction of Caesarean section related maternal morbidities; most of them are related to technical modifications of how to open and how to close the abdominal and uterine ...

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A failed operative vaginal delivery is associated with increased risk of maternal and perinatal complications. It is very important the determination of the fetal head position prior to instrumental delivery. Generally,diagnosis of the fetal head position is made on transvaginal digital examination by delineating the suture lines of the fetal ...

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Perioperative Acupuncture for Impacted Mandibular Third Molar Extractions

Perioperative acupuncture for impacted mandibular third molar extractions - a double blinded randomized controlled trial. The extraction of impacted third molar teeth is one of the most common surgical procedures performed by oral and maxillofacial surgeons. Post operative pain (POP) remains a significant challenge for all healthcare providers, and is ...

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The Effects of Propranolol on Fear of Tooth or Molar Extraction

RATIONALE Tooth and molar removals are among the most feared interventions in dentistry and oral and maxillofacial surgery (OMFS). Anxiety for these procedures not only produces discomfort to the patient, but may also induce patient behavior that impedes surgery, thereby increasing operative time and complicating postoperative recovery. In addition, it ...

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