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Wald, Switzerland Clinical Trials

A listing of Wald, Switzerland clinical trials actively recruiting patients volunteers.

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Found (11) clinical trials

ArmeoSenso - Reward

Rewards not only increase motivation to train, but have also been shown to influence motor skill learning via activation of dopaminergic brain structures. In goal oriented tasks, receiving information about goal achievement has a rewarding value, which is further increased if performance has monetary consequences. Computer games often strengthen this ...

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Encouragement-induced Movement Therapy in Daily Life

Stroke places a major burden on health care and society. It often leads to a hemiparesis. Intensive stroke rehabilitation speeds up recovery. In daily practice, the financial and/or human resources to provide this intensive rehabilitation are often lacking. Applying modern-day tracking and feedback technology to encourage a self-administered, context specific ...

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Prevalence Severity and Natural Course of Sleep Apnea After Cardiac Surgery

Objective(s) of the project Evaluate the prevalence of sleep apnea after cardiac surgery Compare results interindividually (group A vs. group B) and intraindividually (longitudinal assessment after 3 months) Outcome(s) Prevalence of sleep apnoe at day 1 and 20 of rehabilitation and 3 months after cardiac surgery composite endpoint of events ...

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Integrated Practice-oriented Electromechanical-assisted Gait Training in Subacute Stroke Patients

Background and Rationale: Every year, more than a 15 million people worldwide suffer a stroke1. Despite laborious rehabilitation programs 70% of those stroke patients still show limited gait ability after three months. Numerous RCTs have shown the superiority of over ground gait training and electromechanical-assisted gait devices in comparison with ...

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Home-based Exercise Training for COPD Patients

Exercise training is an important component of the management of chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD) and numerous trials have shown large improvements in health-related quality of life (HRQoL) and exercise capacity in persons with COPD. However, the great majority of patients who would benefit from pulmonary rehabilitation (PR) never follow ...

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Lipidomics and Functional Analyses of Platelets in Fabry Disease

Fabry disease (FD) is a severe X-linked inborn error of the lysosomal glycosphingolipid metabolism. FD patients have significantly increased risks for cardiac and cerebrovascular events, which can also occur early and in absence of the typical FD symptoms. However, the pathophysiological mechanisms leading to vascular occlusion and ischemia in FD ...

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Self-efficacy Coaching for Women With Breast Cancer

Breast cancer represents the leading cause of cancer in women in Switzerland with around 6,000 newly diagnosed cases per year. Beside the therapy- and cancer-associated somatic illness, about one third of patients develop anxiety disorders or depression and need psychotherapeutic or psychiatric care. Women with breast cancer display the highest ...

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Anti-Angiotensin-Receptor 1 (ATR1)- Anti-Endothelin-Receptor A (ETRA)-Antibodies and T Cells in Cardiomyopathy

AIM OF THE STUDY 1.1. Background Progressive interstitial fibrosis parallels pathological remodeling in the failing heart. This is particularly the case in patients with post-inflammatory dilated cardiomyopathy, but is also observed in ischemic and hypertensive heart disease. Both, Angiotensin II (AngII) and Endothelin-1 (ET1) induce the formation of the profibrotic ...

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6.21 miles

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BAsel Syncope EvaLuation (BASEL IX) Study

Background: Management of patients with syncope is a serious problem concerning 1-2% of emergency department (ED) visits. In 6-20% of these, syncope will be due to a cardiac origin. The rapid and accurate identification of these patients is an important unmet clinical need. Aim: The aim of the study is ...

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6.5 miles

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Quest Sound Recover (SR2) vs. Venture SR2

Goal of this study is to determine the benefit of an improved feature on a new hearing aid platform. To investigate the improvements of this feature is compared on a new and older hearing aid platform. The obtained results will be used for future improvement for this feature. This feature ...

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8.93 miles

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