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Depression Clinical Trials

A listing of Depression medical research trials actively recruiting patient volunteers. Search for closest city to find more detailed information on a research study in your area.


Found (19) clinical trials

Clinical trials of Texas, Inc. is conducing a research study for children ages 7-17 who are exhibiting symptoms of depression. Symptoms include sadness, loss of interest in things, feeling like a failure, discouragement and even some suicidal thoughts. Qualified participants receive study-related medical care from a board certified psychiatrist.  

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CYCLE: A Randomized Clinical Trial of Early In-bed Cycling for Mechanically Ventilated Patients

Background: Survivors of critical illness have a long road of physical, cognitive, and psychological recovery. Although medical advances have reduced the mortality of critical illness, survival often comes with substantial long-term morbidity and societal cost. At 1-year follow-up, ~35% of intensive care unit (ICU) survivors had sub-normal 6-minute walk distance, ...

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Cancer Patients in Clinical Trials and Their Relatives

Background The association between cancer and the occurrence of psychological disturbances has been shown in several studies. For cancer patients participating in phase I trials, psychological disturbances have also been found to be present, although with no comparison group. Relatives to patients in phase I trials are also found to ...

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Effect of Vitamin D Administration Along With SSRIs in Patients With Major Depressive Disorder

Depression is a major global health problem. Major depression was ranked as the third leading cause of the global burden of diseases in 2004 and is supposed to occupy the first place by 2030. Major depression is a complex and multifactorial symptom-complex while dysfunctions in various endocrine axes may be ...

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Targeted OXYgen Therapy in Critical Illness

The investigators aim is to determine whether revising standard targets for blood oxygen levels in patients requiring artificial ventilation on a critical care unit is feasible and whether this affects specific blood biomarker levels. Investigators in this area of expertise currently lack the information necessary to determine how much oxygen ...

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Reward Function and Therapy for Late-Life Depression

Late-life depression is prevalent and devastating, and response rates to even the most effective treatments are low. Outcomes may be improved by developing targeted interventions such as Engage - a new, easily disseminated, neurobiologically informed psychotherapy for late-life depression designed to restore impaired function of neural reward systems. This study ...

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Adjunctive Use of Celecoxib in the Treatment of Bipolar Postpartum Depression

The investigators will conduct a 6-week, randomized, double-blind, placebo-controlled trial of celecoxib as an add-on treatment to the mood stabilizer among women with bipolar I or II postpartum depression. Women who are taking a mood stabilizer for treatment of bipolar disorder in the postpartum treatment will receive either a placebo ...


Ford Rumination and Mindfulness Merit

Is "the idle mind the devil's playground?" It depends on where the wandering mind goes. If it is busy reflecting on recent activity, consolidating recent material into long term memories, and envisioning the future, then these thought patterns may be highly adaptive, allowing us to learn from the past and ...

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Efficacy of a Blended Low Intensity Internet-delivered Psychological Program in Patients With Multimorbidity in Primary Care.

Although multimorbidity is highly prevalent, health care systems are designed for the management individual diseases. New strategies are needed to help general practitioners to provide appropriate personalized care to patients. The World Health Organization (WHO) has included comorbidity between depression and a chronic disease as one of the 10 main ...

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Cost-utility Analysis of Maintenance rTMS for Treatment-resistant Depression

TRD is associated with enormous social, economic, and personal costs. In literature, psychosocial and pharmacological interventions showed limited one year long-term efficacy in terms of relapse (only 10% of sustained remission at one-year follow-up actually) and quality of life due to refractoriness, observance and adverse effects. In the recent years ...

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