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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 (58) clinical trials

Study of Foam Sclerotherapy Versus Ambulatory Phlebectomy

This study will be comparing the treatment of varicose vein tributaries using either foam sclerotherapy or ambulatory phlebectomies. Patients will be randomised to having either ambulatory phlebectomy (group A) or foam sclerotherapy (group B) following treatment of their saphenous vein. The re-intervention rates, safety, patient experience as well as the ...

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Mechanochemical Ablation Compared to Cyanoacrylate Adhesive

This will be a randomised clinical trial comparing MOCA to CAE. Patients will be randomised into group A (MOCA) or group B (CAE). Only the endovenous ablation part of the procedure will be randomised while the decision as to whether patients should receive treatment of their varicose tributaries will be ...

Phase

Pilot RCT Evaluating a One Stop Vein Clinic

OBJECTIVES Primary Objective 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 provided using the Picker ...

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Acute Gastric Variceal Bleeding: Endoscopic Treatment Versus BRTO

The purpose of this study is to study the efficacy of endoscopic cyanoacrylate injection versus balloon-occluded retrograde transvenous obliteration in the management of acute gastric bleeding.

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Primary Prophylaxis of Gastric Variceal Bleed

The purpose of this study is to study the efficacy of endoscopic cyanoacrylate injection versus balloon-occluded retrograde transvenous obliteration in the prevention of gastric variceal bleeding.

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The Use of Propranolol for the Prevention of Worsening of Esophageal Varices in Patients With Isolated Gastric Varices

Balloon-occluded retrograde transvenous obliteration (BRTO) has been effective method to manage gastric varices. However, more than one third of patients after BRTO treatment experienced worsening of esophageal varices. The present study was designed to evaluate the effect of post-BRTO propranolol adminstration on the change of esophageal varices.

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Lower Limb Venous Insufficiency and the Effect of Radiofrequency Treatment Versus Open Surgery

200 patients with insufficient great saphenous veins will be randomized to either radiofrequency ablation or high ligation/stripping (open surgery). They will be examined according to standardized examination protocol Venous Clinical Severity Score (VCSS), with duplex ultrasound and plethysmography pre- and postoperatively (1-month, 1-, 3 and 5 years). They are to ...

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EASYX-1 : A Multicenter Study on Safety and Efficacy of Easyx Liquid Embolization Agent Used in Five Separate Indications

The EASYX Liquid Embolic is a new injectable, precipitating polymeric agent for the obliteration of vascular spaces through direct puncture or catheter access performed under X-ray guidance. The embolic liquid is an iodinized Polyvinyl Alcohol (PVA) Polymer ether. Iodine groups are covalently grafted to the PVA polymer backbone, whereby a ...

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New Compression Hosiery Versus Standard Class II Compression Stockings After Endothermal Ablation

It is common practice to use compression hosiery in the postoperative period to reduce pain, swelling, ecchymosis and hematoms. Long-term compression therapy is associated with a number of inconveniences, which leads to a decrease in compliance and violation of the patient's appointed treatment schedule. The use of short compression stoking ...

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Blood Ammonia as Predictor for Esophageal Varices and Risk of Bleeding

A prospective cross sectional study on 150 consecutive patients screening for esophageal varices. Patient groups groups: Group (1): 100 patients with esophageal varices Group (2): 50 chronic liver disease patients with no esophageal varices as a control group. All patients will be subjected to: - Detailed history-taking - Full clinical ...

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