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Varicose Veins Clinical Trials

A listing of Varicose Veins 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 (20) clinical trials

Geko Venous Leg Ulcer Study

This study is designed to look at the effect of the geko device on the circulation in lower limbs of participants with venous leg ulcers.

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Registry Trial of the Effectiveness of Platelet Rich Plasma for Chronic Non-Healing Wounds

The proposed investigation is designed to solicit a large number of patients (N=1,500) with non-healing wounds (Diabetic Foot Ulcers, Venous Ulcers, or Pressure Ulcers) that have not responded to standard wound care in the previous 30 days or more. A prospective, interventional, single-blinded, controlled, registry trial will be used. Data ...

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VLU Non-inferiority Study Comparing a Dual Action Pneumatic Compression Device to Multi-layer Bandaging

Participants with a chronic venous leg ulcer will participate in a 2 week run in phase using standard of care multi-layer bandaging before being randomly assigned to either treatment using a dual action pneumatic compression device or multi-layer bandaging for up to 16 weeks. Participants will be seen in clinic ...

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Cost Evaluation of Venous Leg Ulcers Management

The purpose of this study is to evaluate direct costs of Venous Leg Ulcers management when two different compression systems are used. Micro-costing during the study will bring direct costs which include nurse and physician time, dressings and bandages. Perspective of costs will be Public Health Insurance. Time horizon will ...

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Efficacy and Safety of Artacent for Treatment Resistant Lower Extremity Venous and Diabetic Ulcers

This study is to document the efficacy of Artacent™ Human Amniotic Membrane (Artacent) in the treatment of diabetic and vascular lower extremity ulcers. The study will add to the currently available literature by also assessing the impact of treatment on quality of life and on heal economic outcomes. Finally the ...

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A Study in Patients With Venous Leg Ulcers and Measuring the Effects of Using Geko Device

This is a single centre open label study measuring lower limb physiology in patients with venous leg ulcers at the University Hospital of South Manchester. Ambulatory venous pressure, venous transit times, wound bed tissue oxygenation and changes in microcirculation will be measured at baseline after the gekoTM device is activated. ...

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The Effect of Carvedilol Vs Propranolol in Cirrhotic Patients With Variceal Bleeding

The study is a randomized controlled trial. Patients randomly enter into two treatment groups: 1)the Carvedilol group and 2)the Propranolol group. Treatment allocation is by block randomization, with an equal number for Carvedilol and Propranolol. The results are concealed in opaque envelopes. The dose of non-selective β-blocker(NSBB) is titrated according ...

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Pilot RCT Evaluating a One Stop Vein Clinic

OBJECTIVES - Primary Objective o Measure the quality-adjusted life years (QALY) gained at 3 months (using EuroQoL's EQ-5D) & AVVQ by patients randomised to treatment in the One Stop Vein Clinic with patients randomised to treatment in the normal care pathway - Secondary Objective - Patient satisfaction with the service ...

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Pilot Study to Asses the Function and Patency of Polyester-Coated Composite Bypasses From Autologous Varicose Veins

The ProVena trial is a non-randomised multi-centre trial, aiming to assess the suitability of the ProVena vein support. Currently, autologous veins are preferred to prosthetic grafts (Klinkert et al. 2004), but they are not considered to be suitable if they are varicose. Some early data indicate that these veins can ...

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Validation of Esophageal Variceal Grading: A Comparative Study of Upper Gastrointestinal (GI) Endoscopy and Capsule Endoscopy

Up to 35% of patients with cirrhosis will develop esophageal varices, which carry with them a 1-year and 3-year bleeding rate of 33% and 41%, respectively. Screening for varices with a video endoscopy is limited by its cost, patient compliance, and the risks of sedating a patient with portal hypertension. ...

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