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Abuja, Nigeria Clinical Trials

A listing of Abuja, Nigeria clinical trials actively recruiting patients volunteers.

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Found (9) clinical trials

Dolutegravir and Darunavir Evaluation in Adults Failing Therapy

Consenting participants will be screened and within 45 days randomly allocated to receive either dolutegravir and darunavir/ritonavir, dolutegravir and 2 prespecified NRTIs or the SOC regimen. Participants will be seen four weeks after their randomisation (week 0) visit and then at weeks 12, 24, 48 and 96. Consenting participants will ...

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Long-term Safety Follow-up of Participants Exposed to the Candidate Ebola Vaccines Ad26.ZEBOV and/or MVA-BN-Filo

This is a multi-country, prospective, long-term clinical safety study for collection of serious adverse events and pregnancy outcomes following administration of Ad26.ZEBOV and/or MVA-BN-Filo vaccines among participants who were enrolled in Phase 1, 2 or 3 clinical studies. The safety data will be collected in 3 cohorts; Cohort 1- adult ...

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Long-term Safety Follow-up of Participants Exposed to the Candidate Ebola Vaccines Ad26.ZEBOV and/or MVA-BN-Filo

This is a multi-country, prospective, long-term clinical safety study for collection of serious adverse events and pregnancy outcomes following administration of Ad26.ZEBOV and/or MVA-BN-Filo vaccines among participants who were enrolled in Phase 1, 2 or 3 clinical studies. The safety data will be collected in 3 cohorts; Cohort 1- adult ...

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Abuja Heart Study: Prospective Epidemiological Investigation of Cardiovascular Diseases

Sub-Saharan Africa continues to fight the battle of infectious diseases such as HIV/AIDS, Tuberculosis and Malaria. But given all the international efforts geared to curing and containing these diseases, and with progress made in various countries, Sub-Saharan Africa is now heading into another type of epidemic, cardiovascular disease (CVD). Predicted ...

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Global Genomic and Proteomic Profiling of African Children With Typhoid Fever

Typhoid fever is caused by Salmonella enteric serovar Typhi (S. typhi), a human specific pathogen. The World Health Organization (WHO) recognizes typhoid fever as a global health problem, with an estimated 21 million cases and 200,000-600,000 deaths annually. In Africa and South Asia, young children represent a subgroup with the ...

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Community Acquired Bacteremic Syndromes in Young Nigerian Children

Specific Aim 1. To define and characterize the etiologic agents of community acquired bacteremic syndromes in young Nigerian children Hypothesis 1a: the role of vaccine-preventable infections such as those caused by the Pneumococcus, Hib in the etiology of CABS is currently underestimated due to widespread use of non-prescription antibiotics. Hypothesis ...

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Adolescent Coordinated Transition Nigerian HIV+ Youth

Using a two-arm cluster randomized design, our proposed study will evaluate the comparative effectiveness of ACT, a coordinated protocol for transitioning adolescents living with HIV (ALHIV) from pediatric to adult care (Intervention Group; IG) versus the usual abrupt transfer to adult care (Control group; CG) on rates of retention in ...

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Validation of the Translated Hausa Versions of the Oswestry Disability Index Roland-Morris Disability Questionnaire SF-12 Health Survey Pain Catastrophizing Scale and Back Beliefs Questionnaire in Individuals With Chronic Low Back Pain

This study will test the psychometric properties (i.e validity; reliability, and ceiling effect) of the ODI-H, RMDQ-H, SF-12-H, PCS-H and BBQ-H in Hausa speaking CNLBP individuals. Rural and urban participants with CNLBP will be recruited purposively. Copies of the translated Hausa versions of the ODI, RMDQ, SF-12, PCS, BBQ, and ...

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Motor Control Exercise and Patient Education Among Rural Community-Dwelling Individuals With Chronic Nonspecific Low Back Pain

The hypothesis of this study is that combination of MCE and PE will be more effective than using either MCE or PE alone among rural community-dwelling individuals with CNLBP following 8-weeks of therapeutic session, at 3-month follow-up. Participants will be recruited and assigned to one of four intervention groups that ...

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