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Panic Disorders Clinical Trials

A listing of Panic Disorders medical research trials actively recruiting patient volunteers. Search for closest city to find more detailed information on a research study in your area.

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Found (24) clinical trials

A Brief Version of Biofeedback Therapy for Panic Disorder

The purpose of this study is trying to find out whether our newly developed brief version of biofeedback is an effective treatment approach for panic disorder. At the same time, the investigators want to clarify the change of bio- and psycho- indices present through the process. Patient recently experienced panic ...

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Treatment of Panic Disorder Among Individuals Consulting Emergency Departments for Non Cardiac Chest Pain

The purpose of this study is to assess the impact of three different treatment modalities on panic symptoms, quality of life and use of health services among individuals consulting an emergency department for non cardiac chest pain and having Panic Disorder.

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Genetic Abnormalities and Biological Changes of Panic Disorder Patients After Pharmacotherapy

We plan to examine genetic polymorphism of catechol-O-methyltransferase in panic disorder and neurobiological changes of panic disorder patients after 12 weeks of pharmacotherapy with paroxetine. We plan to include 40 panic disorder patients and 40 normal control subjects in this study for 3 years.

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Costs of Lost Productive Time Among Korean Workers With Panic Disorder and Effect of Treatment With Paroxetine Controlled Release

Panic disorder(PD)is a disabling psychiatric condition associated with significant impairment in psychosocial, occupational functioning and quality of life, as mentioned by mogotsi et al. So, most patients with panic disorder suffers from the consequences of the impairment in occupational function. This impairment is not only individual problem, but also social ...

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Panic Disorder and Cardiac Risk

The reason for increased cardiac mortality in panic disorder has not been precisely identified, but possibly is due to chronic activation of the cardiac stimulant (sympathetic) nerves, which may predispose the individual with panic disorder to disorders of cardiac rhythm and coronary artery spasm. The uniqueness of this study lies ...

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A 14 Week Randomized Placebo-Controlled Cross-Over Study of Methylphenidate Hydrochloride Controlled Release Capsules in Adult ADHD With and Without Anxiety Disorder Comorbidity

Other psychiatric disorders, including anxiety, often co-occur with adult ADHD; with 85% of ADHD patients having at least one other psychiatric condition. The presence of a co-occurring anxiety disorder has been associated with additive clinical effects, leading to more global impairment, poorer outcome, greater resistance to treatment and increased costs ...

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Development of Magnetic Resonance Imaging Techniques for Studying Mood and Anxiety Disorders

Objective A major component of understanding the pathogenesis of mood and anxiety disorders is expected to involve elucidation of abnormalities in brain structure and function associated with these conditions. Historically post-mortem histopathological and neurochemical assessments constituted the primary methods for investigating abnormalities of brain structure and function in psychiatric disorders. ...

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The Use of a FDA Cleared Drug-free Breathing System for Anxiety and Panic Disorders in Children and Teens

The Freespira Breathing System (FBS; www.freespira.com) developed by Palo Alto Health Sciences, Inc, is a portable home device , and has been employed in breathing biofeedback in adults with panic disorder (PD). The FBS has now received FDA clearance for the treatment of PD adults and is currently commercially available ...

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RECOVERY: A Transdiagnostic Intervention for Anxiety and Depression

The effectiveness of a Transdiagnostic Cognitive-Behavioral Treatment will be compared with an improved version of it, in which new intervention techniques were added, pointing out the importance of improving some self-concept dimensions in reducing symptoms of anxiety and depression. In order to prove this, the study design will include two ...

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Predicting Treatment Response to Exposure Therapy Using Carbon Dioxide

Anxiety Sensitivity (AS) refers to an individual's fear of experiencing anxiety-related symptoms (e.g., dyspnea or heart palpitations) and is a core construct underlying the initiation and maintenance of pathological anxiety. Recent evidence suggests that reducing AS may be critical for the prevention and treatment of anxiety across diagnostic categories. Exposure ...

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