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Asthma Clinical Trials

A listing of Asthma 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 (253) clinical trials

PK and PD Profile of Dance 501 in Healthy Non-diabetic Subjects With Mild to Moderate Asthma or COPD

The PK and PD profile of Dance 501 (Human Insulin Inhalation Solution and Inhaler) will be compared to subcutaneous injection of insulin lispro.

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physicAl aCtiviTy In minOrity womeN With Asthma Intervention

Asthma is a highly prevalent chronic disease that disproportionately impacts African American (AA) women. AA women have poorer asthma-related quality of life and higher rates of asthma exacerbations, healthcare utilization and mortality compared to Caucasian women. Further, AA women are less physically active than any other subgroup of adults, which ...

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Influence of Mechanical Ventilation Modes on the Efficacy of Nebulized Bronchodilator

2. OBJECTIVES 2.1 Primary To evaluate the influence of mechanical ventilation modes in the efficacy of nebulized bronchodilator in ventilator dependent patients with obstructive pulmonary disease. 2.2 Secondary To compare regional ventilation distribution through Ventilation Surface Area (VSA) and Tidal Impedance Variation (TIV or Z) by electrical impedance tomography (EIT) ...

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Breathing Exercises in Asthma Targeting Dysfunctional Breathing

In Denmark around 300,000 suffer from asthma. Dyspnoe can disable patients with asthma. Dysfunctional breathing (DB), resulting in dyspnoe, can mimic or exaggerate asthma. Around 20-29% of asthmatic patients have DB. Breathing exercises (BrEX) can improve asthma-related quality of life (QOL) and control of asthma symptoms in less severe asthma. ...

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Asthma Symptom Management Through Mindfulness Training

Asthma is one of the four most common adult chronic disorders. It affects 7.3% (16.4 million) U.S. adults and costs $18 billion in direct healthcare costs and lost productivity. Control of symptoms and improving patient's quality of life (QOL) are the goals in asthma management and require patients to accurately ...

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Treating Caregiver Depression to Improve Childhood Asthma: Impact and Mediators

Caregiver will be consented for his/her and the child's participation. The child will assent to participate before study procedures begin. The proposed study will last 52 weeks and consist of study visits every 4 weeks (14 visits total). Screening (roughly 5 mins): 2 item Self-Report Screening Tool for Depression (2-SRSD) ...

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An Imaging Study Using PET/CT to Characterize the Effect of Intravenous Reslizumab on Airway Inflammation

This is an exploratory study with the primary objectives to 1) establish that PET/CT of the lung can reliably distinguish healthy, non-asthmatic volunteers from patients with asthma and an eosinophilic phenotype and 2) to examine the utility of PET/CT for demonstrating that reslizumab produces a reduction in lung inflammation in ...

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Unravelling Targets of Therapy in Bronchial Thermoplasty in Severe Asthma

This study has a two-fold purpose: to unravel the targets of BT in severe asthma (how does it work?) which is fundamental for better patient selection (who benefits most?) and further improvement of BT technology and novel asthma therapy development (how to treat better?). These objectives can only be achieved ...

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Translating an Efficacious Illness Management Intervention for Youth With Asthma

The study will be conducted in the emergency department at Children's Hospital of Michigan; CHM). 170 adolescents with poorly controlled asthma and their primary caregivers will be enrolled. Families will be randomly assigned to six months of home-based family treatment consisting of either RFC or Michigan MATCH , a model ...

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Asthma Exacerbations and Vascular Function

BACKGROUND & SCOPE: While asthma is generally considered to be a disease of the airways, there are important systemic consequences which have predisposed people with asthma to become more likely to die from cardiovascular (CV) disease compared to non-asthmatics. Additional CV risks have been reported in people with severe asthma, ...

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