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Colic Clinical Trials

A listing of Colic 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 (21) clinical trials

Optimizing the Previs Device for Prediction of Postoperative Ileus

Following major abdominal surgery, up to 30% of patients develop a poorly understood condition known as ileus. When ileus occurs, the bowels shut down and patients often develop abdominal dissension, nausea, vomiting, and even more serious complications. Because this condition does not develop until many days after surgery has been ...

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The Predictive Value of Ureteral Jet Assessment With Ultrasound in Patients Presenting With Acute Renal Colic

This is a single institution, prospective study to evaluate the prognostic significance of renal and bladder ultrasound with ureteral jet assessment and its utility to evaluate the spontaneous stone passage rate of ureteral stones.

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Lactobacillus Reuteri Versus Placebo in the Treatment and Prevention of Infantile Colic

Infantile colic is one of the most common problems within the first three months of life. It consists of a behavioural syndrome characterised by paroxysmal, excessive and inconsolable crying without identifiable cause. Although infantile colic is commonly reported and causes appreciable distress for both parents and paediatricians, despite forty years ...

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Effect of a Prebiotic on Colic and Crying and Fussing Behaviour in Infants

Colic, or inconsolable crying and fussing, affects around 20% of babies who are 3 months of age or younger. To date, there are no known treatments that have been found to help reduce colic and its symptoms in babies. The investigators would like to see whether a baby formula that ...

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Comparison of Extraperitoneal and Intraperitoneal Cesarean Technique

Investigators will compared results intra and extraperitoneal cesarean section. Two groups will determine according to random numbers table. After operations, blood count, C reactive proteins, postoperative temperature, need for analgesia, ileus, bowel movement, mobilization time will compare by blind physician. Abdominal, shoulder and incisional pain at postoperative 0, 6, 12, ...

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Acute Abdominal Pain: Evaluation of Lactate Value as Predictive Factor of Surgical Issue

Abdominal pain is one of the most common reasons for consultation worldwide in Emergency Departments (ED). The challenge for physicians is to not misdiagnose a surgical emergency. The actual gold standard for diagnosis is computed tomography (CT). However with this procedure there is high radiation exposure and a risk factor ...

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Use of Analgesic Drugs in Renal Colic in Emergency Room

A prospective non-interventional study on the use of analgesic drugs in renal colic in emergency rooms

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Effect of Lactobacillus Reuteri DSM17938 in Neonates Treated With Antibiotics

The study is double-blind, placebo-controlled randomised trial and is composed from two parts. First part of the study aims to examine any difference in gut microbiota after postnatal antibiotic administration between the neonates who received probiotic Lactobacillus reuteri DSM 17938 or placebo and to compare the gut microbiota of patients ...

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Effect of Chewing Gum on Post-operative Ileus (GUMPI)

The patients undergoing spine surgery are at risk of developing post-operative ileus, which will lengthen the hospital stay and cause gastrointestinal distress in patients. Post-operative sham feeding in form of chewing a gum seems to increase the functionality of gastro-intestinal tract earlier in patients who have undergone gastro-intestinal and gynecological ...

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Evaluation of Safety and Efficacy of New Infant Formula in Infantile Colic

The study is conducted to examine the safety and efficacy of a new infant formula and its effects on the gastrointestinal tolerance in infants suffering from colic. Primary hypothesis to be tested is: an infant formula with optimized composition improves colicky symptoms compared to a standard formula.

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