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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.


Found (84) clinical trials

Lake Washington Vascular VenaSeal Post-Market Evaluation

New WAVES is an investigator initiated protocol that will assess clinical outcomes and patient satisfaction after treatment with VenaSeal(TM)/ Cyanoacrylate Adhesive Closure System 3 years post-treatment. All patients treated from a multi-provider practice, whom meet protocol inclusion criteria, will be invited to consider participation in this study.

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Antibiotic Prophylaxis in Patients Undergoing GVO

Gastric varices is not uncommon is patients with chronic liver diseases including liver cirrhosis and hepatocellular carcinoma. Occurrence of gastric varices (GV) rupture is less often than esophageal varices (EV) but it is characteristic of higher rebleeding rate and mortality and represents an even tougher problem than EV hemorrhage. Endoscopic ...


Efficacy Study for Geko Device in VLU Patients

Screen patient database to identify eligible patients Obtain informed consent and inform participant's GP Complete CRF throughout the study period (demographics, vital signs, medical history, study ulcer history, concomitant medication) Physical examination at the study start up visit and at consecutive weekly visits Take a digital image of the wound ...


Testicular Growth During Puberty in Boys With and Without a Left-sided Varicocele

Prospective observational study. A varicocele is defined as a dilatation of the veins in the plexus pampiniformis in the testicles. Varicoceles are a diagnostic dilemma and a therapeutic challenge. Most of the boys with a varicocele don't show any symptoms, but approximately 15-20% experience some sort of infertility later during ...

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Caprini Score in Venous Surgery: a Prospective Cohort Study

A prospective cohort study based on the platform of Ongoing Registry of Treatment of Chronic Venous Diseases (NCT03035747). The study will enrol adult patients undergoing any kind of varicose veins surgery with and without any prophylaxis. The patients should be examined for venous thromboembolic complications during 2-4 weeks after the ...

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MRI to Assess the Effect of Non-selective Beta-blocker in Patients With Cirrhosis

Background Standardization and new therapeutic treatments of variceal bleeding has significantly reduced the mortality the last 25 years, but there is still a high 6-week mortality around 15-20% and 1-year mortality of about 40%. Cirrhotic patients without prophylactic treatment suffer a risk of 60% of re-bleeding within the first year ...

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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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COMpression Following Endovenous TreatmenT of Incompetent Varicose Veins (COMFETTI)

This will be a randomised clinical trial looking at the impact of wearing or not wearing compression stocking following endovenous ablation using foam sclerotherapy. Patients will be randomised to group A (compression) and group B (no compression). Target Population Patients referred to the Imperial College NHS Trust for treatment of ...

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Optimum Duration of Compression Stockings After Endovenous Varicose Vein Surgery

The Nice Guidelines for Varicose Veins, published by the NHS in 2013, questioned the clinical benefit of stockings after endovenous ablation, and if there is benefit, how long the stockings should be worn for. Three randomised controlled trials have addressed these issues: Bakker and colleagues randomised 69 patients into two ...

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Local Application of Combined Optical and Magnetic Stimulation (COMS) for Treatment of Chronic Wounds: Safety Evaluation

The demographic shift and the increasing prevalence of chronic wounds represent major challenges for modern health care systems. Classic chronic wounds (venous ulcer, arterial ulcer, mixed ulcer) persist for months or years with a very slow or even no healing progress. Patients suffer from pain and immobility, which dramatically reduces ...

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