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Centro, Osasco, Brazil Clinical Trials

A listing of Centro, Osasco, Brazil clinical trials actively recruiting patients volunteers.

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Found (368) clinical trials

OCT-angiography in Diabetic Patients

Patients who participate in this study will be selected among adults treated at the Retina Clinic and Ocular Oftalmologia clinics and will be aware of all stages of the research, formalizing the approval of their participation by informed consent term. The tests will be performed after pupillary dilation with 2 ...

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1.09 miles

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Physiotherapy in Overactive Bladder: Electrical Stimulation Treatment

This is a clinical trial, blind and randomized study with 86 women with OAB or Mixed Urinary Incontinence with prevalence in the OAB symptoms, who were randomly and allocated into 2 equal groups. Group 1 underwent transcutaneous tibial nerve electrical stimulation (TTNS),for 30 minutes using 10Hz for frequency and 200s ...

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2.98 miles

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Influence of Transcranial Direct Stimulation Current on Motor Learning of Young Adults

Thirty-six young healthy individuals, right-handed, with no deficits that difficult the performance of the procedures will participate in the study. These individuals will be randomly divided into an experimental group that will perform the motor training of a sequential task of fingers simultaneously to the anodic tDCS on the contralateral ...

Phase N/A

3.69 miles

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Progressive Mobility Program and Technology to Improve the Level of Physical Activity and Functionality of ICU Patients

The evolution of treatment in the Intensive Care Unit (ICU) has increased the survival and morbidity post hospital. Functional disability in these patients has its main factor in the weakness and loss of muscle mass, which is the major complications reported by these patients. The most negative result in long-term ...

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3.69 miles

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Effects of Physical Therapy in Pain and Posture of Fibromyalgia Patients

Fibromyalgia is characterized mainly by chronic widespread pain. Segmental muscle stretching therapeutic exercises reduce the shortening of myofascial structures and recover the body flexibility. It is indicated for the treatment of chronic pain caused by osteo-myo-articular dysfunction. The pain behavior may be defined as the adoption of body postures and ...

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3.69 miles

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Effects of Foot Strengthening on the Incidence of Injuries in Long Distance Runners

Using a web software as a follow up tool, subjects can be scanned for injuries and have them confirmed by a physician, determining the injuries prevalence in one year. Through force platform and infrared cameras, the kinematics and kinetics during gait will allow assessment of joint moments, power during propulsion, ...

Phase N/A

3.74 miles

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Effects of Foot Muscle Strengthening in Daily Activity in Diabetic Neuropathic Patients

A randomized controlled trial will be performed with 77 patients with diabetic neuropathy. The participants will be randomly assigned into either a control group (recommended foot care by international consensus with no exercises) or an intervention group which will receive 12-week physical therapy exercises, twice a week, under the supervision ...

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3.74 miles

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Cognitive-Behavioral Rehabilitation for Bipolar Disorder

Methods/Design The study compares Cognitive Behavioral Rehabilitation with Treatment as Usual (TAU), the latter being the commonly offered pharmacological treatment to bipolar patients. The psychological intervention will consist of twelve weekly group sessions, lasting 90 minutes each, and including 8 to 10 individuals. Subjects will be randomly assigned to one ...

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3.84 miles

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Exercise in Juvenile Takayasu Disease

Takayasu's Arteritis (TA) is a chronic inflammatory disease that affects large and medium-sized arteries. The number of cases describe in children and adolescents has growing, and the hypertension is one of the symptoms most common, followed by other manifestations that affects cardiovascular systems. All clinical manifestations may aggravate by physical ...

Phase N/A

3.95 miles

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Multicenter Prospective Cohort Study on Current Treatments of Legg-Calv -Perthes Disease

Approximately 50 pediatric orthopaedic surgeons from pediatric centers in the US and other countries have agreed to participate in this database as members of the International Perthes Study Group (IPSG). TSRH will be the lead center. Those who agree to participate will seek IRB approval from their own institutions. Data ...

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4.03 miles

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