Last updated on May 2020

The Safety and Efficacy of Micro-energy Ultrasound in the Treatment of Renal Insufficiency After Renal Transplantation

Brief description of study

The safety and efficacy of micro-energy ultrasound in the treatment of renal insufficiency after renal transplantation.

Detailed Study Description

  1. Study purposes: To evaluate the safety and efficacy of micro-energy ultrasound in the treatment of renal dysfunction after renal transplantation by measuring serum creatinine, urine volume, urea nitrogen, and transplanted kidney ultrasound, etc.
  2. Study design: This is a randomized, double-blind, controlled, multicenter clinical trial.
  3. Study objects: Patients with mild to moderate renal insufficiency after renal transplantation.
  4. Number of samples: 90
  5. Main study center: Department of Urology, The Second Affiliated Hospital, School of Medicine, Zhejiang University, Hangzhou, China.
  6. Treatments:

Test group: After installing the disposable treatment head coat, the transplanted kidney was treated with an ultrasonic therapeutic apparatus; after the treatment, the disposable treatment head coat was removed.Patients were treated twice a week for 6 weeks.

Control group: The placebo was treated with an ultrasound therapy device and used in the same manner as the test group.

Clinical Study Identifier: NCT04119427

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