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Anxiety Disorders Clinical Trials

A listing of Anxiety 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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A Study of Escitalopram in the Treatment of Children and Adolescents With Generalized Anxiety Disorder

This is a study in minors (7 to 17 years old) diagnosed with generalized anxiety disorder (GAD) and evaluated using standard questionnaires as having at least moderate severity of GAD. Participating minors will be assigned to receive either the study drug escitalopram or a pill without any drug in it ...

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Essential Hypotension and Allostasis Registry

DEFINITIONS ARTERIAL BLOOD PRESSURE CLASSIFICATION Arterial Blood Pressure (ABP) is a complex physiological variable in regard to its measure, behavior between BP taken in the same visit at the office and between these and ABPM, chronobiology (different day time BP levels), evolution in time, meaning and classification. Not appropriate approach ...

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Assessing Patient Anxiety During Mohs Micrographic Surgery

There has been a continual increase in cases of nonmelanoma skin cancer and melanoma over the last several decades. With the increase in incidence, there is also the need for increased treatment. Mohs micrographic surgery (MMS) is highly efficacious, with cure rates in the upper 90% for both basal cell ...

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Transdiagnostic CBT for Comorbid Alcohol Use and Anxiety Disorders

Almost 18 million US adults have alcohol use disorders (AUD), with one third of these individuals also diagnosed with anxiety disorders (AXD). The coexistence of AUD and AXD imposes a high burden via healthcare costs and lost productivity. To date, existing treatment approaches for addressing AUD/AXD comorbidity have been only ...

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Preventing Persistent Post-Surgical Pain and Dysfunction

Persistent post-surgical pain (PPSP) is a common and debilitating problem following surgery.1 Orthopedic surgeries, such as Total Knee Arthoplasty (TKA), are consistently associated with high postoperative pain, putting patients at risk for PPSP.2, 3 In fact, TKA has the highest rate of PPSP at 6 months (49%) when compared to ...

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Electronic Communication Augmented Mental Health Care

Mood and anxiety disorders are among the most common mental health disorder in the United States, and these disorders are associated with significant morbidity, mortality and overall impairment in functioning. These disorders often have an onset in adolescence, and suicide is now the second leading cause of death among 15-29 ...

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Preventing Psychological Distress and Suicidal Behaviours: a Web-based and Mobile Suicide Prevention Intervention in the General Population

Context France is one of the Western European countries most affected by suicide, which is associated with a high societal cost. Recently, a European project aiming to develop best practice for suicide prevention has recommended the development of web-based interventions and the French national plan for actions against suicide has ...

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Parent-Led Cognitive-Behavioral Teletherapy for Anxiety in Youth With ASD

Anxiety disorders affect 50-80% of children with autism spectrum disorder (ASD) and are associated with significant life impairment and worsening trajectory without treatment. The most effective psychotherapy for anxiety in youth with and without ASD is cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT), but many families are not able to access CBT due ...

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Post-SOPHrology Cancer Patients' anxieTY Report

Cancer is pathology with a high impact on patients and relatives quality of life. Most of the time, it is a stressful trial. Professionals have often resort to pharmaceutical solutions, but sometimes, it is not sufficient. So, patients resort to alternative and complementary medicines, as sophrology. In Lucien Neuwirth Cancer ...

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Thermomechanical Distraction and Social Anesthesia in Interventional Radiology to Improve Patient Satisfaction

There are wide ranging influences on the perception of human pain. The perception of pain is shaped by physiology, genetic factors, prior experiences, and external ameliorating factors. Extensive research has been performed in the pediatric population utilizing distraction as a means of reducing pain, particularly during venipuncture. These methods include ...

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