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Amersfoort, Netherlands Clinical Trials

A listing of Amersfoort, Netherlands clinical trials actively recruiting patients volunteers.

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Found (65) clinical trials

Comparison of Laparoscopic Procedures With and Without the Aid of the AutoLap System- a Robotic Camera Holder

The objective of this study is to evaluate the ability to reduce the number of OR personnel required while performing the following procedures: colon resections, cholecystectomies and anti-reflux/hiatal hernia surgery with the AutoLap system compared with the standard operation.

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A Study to Evaluate Daratumumab in Transplant Eligible Participants With Previously Untreated Multiple Myeloma

This is a randomized, open-label (identity of assigned treatment will be known to participants and study staff), 2-arm (2 treatment groups), multicenter study of daratumumab in participants diagnosed with previously untreated Multiple Myeloma who are eligible for high dose chemotherapy and autologous stem cell transplantation (transplantation of own bone marrow). ...

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Prospective Single-arm Multi Centre Observations Ultimaster Des Registry

All consecutive patients suitable for treatment with DES according to hospital routine practice in centres across the world that agree to participate in the e-ULTIMASTER registry will be treated with Ultimaster DES. Secondary objectives Evaluation of worldwide utilization of DES, Detection of rare events in representative patient population, identification of ...

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Trial Comparing Ferric(III)Carboxymaltose Infusion With Oral Iron Suppletion as Treatment of Anaemia

This multicenter randomized clinical trial aims to optimize postoperative outcome in anaemic patients who undergo curative surgery for colorectal carcinoma. The aim of this trial is to investigate which route of administration is superior in the treatment of iron deficiency anaemia in these patients. In addition, an economic evaluation of ...

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Laparoscopic Versus Open Gastrectomy for Gastric Cancer

This is the first randomized controlled trial comparing laparoscopic and open gastrectomy for resectable gastric cancer in a Western population. The hypothesis is that laparoscopic gastrectomy will result in a lower post-operative burden by means of shorter post-operative hospital stay. Secondarily that laparoscopic gastrectomy is hypothesized to be associated with ...

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Ergonomics of Laparoscopy: Robotic Camera Controlled Versus Human Camera Controlled

Objective It is our hypothesis that the ergonomics of the surgeon and his/her assistant will be improved with the aid of the AutoLap than without the aid of a robotic camera holder. Maintaining the same posture for a long period of time can lead to discomfort and fatigue of the ...

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Prospective Data Collection Initiative on Colorectal Cancer

Objectives To start a prospective observational cohort study of CRC patients from their primary diagnosis until death. After obtaining Informed Consent, to prospectively collect data on medical history, serious comorbidities, baseline clinical parameters, imaging results, pathology results, tumor characteristics, treatment, treatment outcomes, hospital stays, interventions and grade 3/4 adverse events. ...

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Chemotherapy and Maximal Tumor Debulking of Multi-organ Colorectal Cancer Metastases

The purpose of this study is to compare overall survival rates of colorectal cancer patients with multi-organ metastases with an indication for first line systemic treatment randomized for treatment with combination chemotherapy or treatment with combination chemotherapy and additional maximal tumor debulking including surgical tumor resection, RFA, (DEBIRI-)TACE and SBRT, ...

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ENdometrial Cancer SURvivors' Follow-up carE (ENSURE): Less is More?

Background: It has often been hypothesized that the frequency of follow-up for patients with early-stage endometrial cancer could be decreased. However, studies evaluating effects of a reduced follow-up schedule among this patient group are lacking. Objective: Assess patient satisfaction and cost-effectiveness of a less frequent follow-up schedule compared to the ...

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Implementation of a New Strategy to Identify HNPCC Patients

The Radboud University Nijmegen Medical Centre developed a new method to identify patients with HNPCC. This method appeared cost-effective and feasible. Using this new method 70% of the HNPCC patients will be identified as compared to less than 30% when the current method is used. However, this new method does ...

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