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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 (79) clinical trials

Study the Safety and Efficacy of "Compont Medical Glue" in the Treatment of Esophagogastric Varices

"Compont Medical Glue" is a kind of histoacryl producted by Compont Company. It has been used to treat esophagogastric varices for several years. This study is a prospective multicenter,open study on the safety and efficacy of Compont Medical Glue in the treatment of esophagogastric varices. Weather the patient receiving injection ...

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Wool-derived Keratin Dressings for Venous Leg Ulcers

A pragmatic, community based, single-blind, usual care-controlled, randomised trial to determine whether keratin dressings increase the proportion of patients with venous leg ulcers healed at 24 weeks when used in addition to compression in patients with slow healing venous leg ulcers. Participants in have compression therapy (system of choice guided ...

Phase N/A

Primary Insufficiency of the GSV With a Diameter >/= 12 mm Antero-lateral Branches or Below the Knee

Varicose veins are a common problem in the World. From epidemiological studies we know that a quarter of the adult population suffers from some sort of varicose veins. Women suffer two to three times more often from varicose veins than men. The occurrence of varicose veins increase with increasing age ...

Phase N/A

The Effect of Laser Power and Fiber Traction Speed on the Outcomes of Endovenous Laser Ablation

A multicenter clinical randomized controlled trial, comparing of three different regimens of endovenous laser ablation with equal linear endovenous energy density in patients with insufficiency of the great saphenous vein (GSV). The linear endovenous energy density (LEED) is the main value for standardization EVLA. From many studies, it is known ...

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Efficacy of Rifaximin in Treatment of Cirrhotic Gastroesophageal Variceal Bleeding

Gastroesophageal variceal bleeding is the most common and life-threatening condition in patients with portal hypertension, which are susceptibility to bacterial infection. However, the prophylaxis use of antibiotics remained uncertain and lack of high level evidences. The purpose of the study is to evaluate the efficacy of Rifaximin in the treatment ...

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Elastic Compression in Chronic Venous Disease

Patients with chronic venous disease causing pain or ache satisfying the inclusion and exclusion criteria will be randomised into two groups, active stockings (18-21 mmHg) or placebo stockings. The primary outcome of the study (pain/ache scored using a visual analogue scale) and a number of secondary symptoms, signs and rVCSS ...

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Efficiency and Safety of Prophylactic Use of Antibiotics in Endoscopic Injection of Tissue Adhesive in Gastric Varices

At present, there is still a controversy about the application of antibiotics in the treatment of patients with non acute hemorrhage of esophageal varices. This study is a randomized controlled trial. Patients randomly enter two treatment groups: the prophylactic use of antibiotics group and 2. the non-prophylactic use of antibiotics ...

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Preventing Recurrent Bleeding After Eradication of Esophageal Varices

Cirrhotic patients with acute or recent esophageal variceal bleeding undergo banding ligation at 1-month interval until eradication of esophageal varices. Patients start propranolol (start with 30 mg daily) at 6th day after control of acute bleeding till eradication of esophageal varices, aiming at decreasing pulse rate to 25% or to ...

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The Accuracy and Acceptability of Magnet Assisted Capsule Endoscopy in the Diagnosis of Esophageal Pathology: a Pilot Study

This will be a single centre feasibility study performed at Nottingham University Hospitals NHS Trusts. We will assess the accuracy of MACE compared to gastroscopy in diagnosing Barretts oesophagus and esophageal varices. Patients will have both tests on the same ay, with the endoscopic findings compared.

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Juxta-CuresTM Versus Bandaging for Venous Ulcers

Participants with lower leg ulceration will be identified at consultant or nurse-led clinics. They will be assessed by their clinician, and identified as having a likely venous ulcer. Participants undergoing current leg ulcer management of any type may be considered for this trial. At this stage participants will be given ...

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