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Colic Clinical Trials

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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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Environmental Exposure to Lead and Its Health Effects on Patients With Maintenance Hemodialysis

One thousand patients with LHD who have no history of exposure to lead will be observed for 18 months. Blood lead level(BLL), biochemical data, hemoglobin, albumin, Cr, high sensitivity C-reactive protein (HsCRP), and blood cell counts are assessed at baseline. The morbidity and mortality are recorded in detail. Then, one ...

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An Infant Formula Trial on Dietary Management of Infantile Colic

A randomised, double blind, controlled, multi-centre study to assess the efficacy of an infant formula in the dietary management of infantile colic. The hypothesis of the study is that the test product, compared to the control formula, will reduce the crying time in infants with infantile colic. The various time ...

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Clinical Trial of L. Reuteri in Infantile Colic 2017

RCT to evaluate the safety and efficacy of Lactobacillus reuteri DSM 17938 administrated for 21 days to significantly reduce the duration of crying time and fussines in infants from 15days to 4 months of age with colic. 66 infants feed with human milk and 180 infant feed with infant formula ...

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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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Plan for Testing Fingerstick Bloods on Magellan Systems

This study is to supplement our internal data that demonstrates the continued performance of capillary blood samples on Magellan's lead testing systems: LeadCare II, LeadCare Ultra (which have been cleared previously by FDA), and PediaStat, which is an upgraded LeadCare II instrument in development.

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The Effect of Chiropractic Treatment of Infantile Colic

OBJECTIVES Primary: To investigate the effect of chiropractic treatment on infantile colic Secondary: to investigate if infants with suspected musculoskeletal problems respond differently to the treatment than those without. METHOD A randomized controlled single blind multicenter clinical trial The project is to be carried out on the island of Funen, ...

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Efficacy of a Partially Hydrolyzed Formula Containing Lactobacillus Reuteri for Infant Colic

BACKGROUND Definition Infantile Colic (IC) is one of the Functional gastrointestinal disorders (FGIDs) of infants/toddlers, which are defined as a variable combination of chronic or recurrent gastrointestinal symptoms not explained by structural or biochemical abnormalities. In 2006, the Rome III committee established a new criteria defining it as "episodes of ...

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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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Infants Colics : Towards a Migrainous Origin ?

Recent studies shows that : Infants with colics have more probability to become migrainous when they will grow up Migrainous children have more colic history in their past Migrainous parents have more babies with colics than non-migrainous parents According to these studies, we want to find othen evidences that infant ...

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