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Kelowna, Canada Clinical Trials

A listing of Kelowna, Canada clinical trials actively recruiting patients volunteers.

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Found (68) clinical trials

High Oxygen Delivery to Preserve Exercise Capacity in Idiopathic Pulmonary Fibrosis Patients Treated With Nintedanib

Pulmonary rehabilitation is a structured evidence-based exercise and education intervention that is recommended for most patients with IPF. Pulmonary rehabilitation improves functional capacity (6-minute walk distance [6MWD]), breathlessness and quality of life in patients, however these benefits are often modest and only temporary. Nintedanib is an antifibrotic medication that has ...

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Resistance Training to Prehabilitate Patients With Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease

Skeletal muscle dysfunction is common in patients with COPD and has been recognized as a contributing factor to reduced exercise capacity, health related quality of life and increased mortality associated with this disease. Several structural changes in the limb muscles of patients have previously been reported and have been linked ...

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Exogenous Ketones and Glucose Tolerance

The ketone body beta-hydroxybutyrate is produced during prolonged fasting or when endogenous carbohydrate stores are depleted and can be used as an alternative fuel source. Exogenous beta-hydroxybutyrate, in the form of a ketone monoester, is proposed to have glucose-lowering potential but this has not been adequately studied. The purpose of ...

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The Effect of Raising Ketones Directly With MCT Oil on Inflammation in Healthy Young Adults

The potential for a ketogenic diet to reduce inflammation has become increasingly popular in recent years, but direct scientific evidence to demonstrate that ketones impact inflammatory mechanisms in humans does not exist. B-hydroxybutyrate (B-OHB) is the most abundant circulating ketone and recent evidence indicates that B-OHB may be able to ...

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Exercise Intervention to Reverse Frailty

Frailty is term widely used to denote a multidimensional syndrome associated with the loss of physical and cognitive reserve capacity that makes an individual vulnerable to cumulative clinical health conditions. The level of frailty can be classified as one of three phenotypes (non-frail; pre-frail, frail) using the Cardiac Health Study ...

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AT1R Blockade and Periodic Breathing During Sleep in Hypoxia

Objective: To determine the effects of angiotensin-II, type-I receptor (AT1R) blockade on the relationship between ventilatory control and sleep disordered breathing (SDB) following a night of hypoxic sleep in healthy humans. Justification: Ventilatory adaptation to hypoxia is one of two major adaptations permitting humans to acclimatize successfully to high altitude. ...

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Girls United on the Move: A Unique Integrated Physical Activity and Psychosocial Program for At-risk Adolescent Girls

Body dissatisfaction increases throughout adolescence; strong associations have been established between body image emotions and negative self--perceptions, reduced self-compassion, low self- esteem, and depression in adolescent girls. This is heightened in at--risk adolescent girls, including those of low socioeconomic status, who have experienced abuse and who have limited social support. ...

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Study of an International Commercial Program on Weight Loss and Health Outcomes

The purpose of this study is to compare the effectiveness of the Weight Watchers program delivered in the community to a DIY approach for weight loss. Potential participants will be recruited through a variety of advertisement methods. Those individuals responding to these advertisements will undergo web-based preliminary screening. Initially eligible ...

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