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Cambridge, Massachusetts Clinical Trials

A listing of Cambridge, Massachusetts clinical trials actively recruiting patient volunteers.

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Found (668) clinical trials

Cancer Associated Thrombosis and Isoquercetin (CAT IQ)

This research study is a Phase II/III clinical trial. --The goal of this trial is to evaluate if isoquercetin can prevent blood clots in patients with pancreas, non small cell lung cancer or colorectal cancer. In the Phase II part of this study, the investigators are looking for the dose ...

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Altis 522 Trial - Treatment of Female Stress Urinary Incontinence

This study is a prospective, post-market, multi-center, cohort assessment comparing Altis SIS (n=266) and transobturator and/or retropubic slings (n=133) in the treatment of stress urinary incontinence at up to 40 U.S. and international sites. Subjects will be followed for a total of 36 months with scheduled visits at 6, 12, ...

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Botulinum Toxin Type A Versus Saline Trigger Point Injections for Myofascial Pelvic Pain

Objective: Primary objective: To evaluate the change in patient-reported pelvic pain following pelvic floor injections of 200 units of Botox compared with 20cc of normal saline. Secondary objective: To evaluate the change in patient-reported pelvic pain following Botox injections in conjunction with pelvic floor physical therapy compared to saline injections ...

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Follow-up Visit of High Risk Infants

The NICHD Neonatal Research Network's Follow-Up study is a multi-center cohort study in which surviving extremely low birth-weight infants undergo neurodevelopmental, neurosensory and functional assessments at 22-26 months corrected age (Infants born prior to July 1, 2012 were seen at 18-22 month corrected age). The goal of the study is ...

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Generic Database of Very Low Birth Weight Infants

The Generic Database (GDB) is a registry of very low birth weight infants born alive in NICHD Neonatal Research Network (NRN) centers. The purpose is to collect baseline and outcome data in a uniform manner on a large cohort of VLBW and other sick infants admitted to neonatal intensive care ...

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Acute Effect of Ventilatory Support During Exercise in Spinal Cord Injury

Regular aerobic exercise with sufficient intensity can improve overall health, however daily energy expenditure is low in those with SCI, especially in those with high level lesions. The investigators have developed Functional Electrical Stimulation Row Training (FESRT) that couples volitional arm and electrically controlled leg exercise, increasing the active muscle ...

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Hybrid-FES Exercise to Prevent Cardiovascular Declines in Acute SCI

Each year, 11,000 people suffer a spinal cord injury (SCI) in the U.S. Within the first year, there are profound declines in physiologic function, forming the underlying substrate for future cardiovascular disease . In fact, acquired cardiovascular disease is an increasingly recognized consequence of SCI and is the leading cause ...

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Student Outcomes of Integrative Mental Health Services

This project will implement and evaluate the Child STEPs (see Weisz et al., 2012) treatment approach through a randomized controlled trial (RCT) at eight K-8 public schools. The STEPs model has two components: (1) a modular protocol that combines 33 modulesi.e., descriptions of common elements within evidence-based therapies for anxiety, ...

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Using Neuroimaging to Understand Children's Mental Health and Treatment Outcomes

This project will implement and evaluate the Child STEPs treatment approach as compared to "treatment as usual" (known as Usual Care or UC) through a randomized controlled trial (RCT) at eight K-8 public schools. The STEPs model has two components: (1) a modular protocol that combines 33 modulesi.e., descriptions of ...

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Acute Intermittent Hypoxia on Leg Function Following Spinal Cord Injury

Accumulating evidence suggests that repeatedly breathing low oxygen levels for brief periods (termed intermittent hypoxia) is a safe and effective treatment strategy to promote meaningful functional recovery in persons with chronic spinal cord injury. Repetitive exposure to mild hypoxia triggers a cascade of events in the spinal cord, including new ...

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