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Allergy Clinical Trials

A listing of Allergy 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 (241) clinical trials

The Research of Standard Diagnosis and Treatment for Severe HSP in Children

Henoch-Schonlein purpura (HSP) is a systemic vasculitis affecting small vessels with immunoglobulin A (IgA)-dominant immune deposits. The clinical manifestations of severe HSP vary from massive hemorrhage and necrosis of the skin to severe gastrointestinal symptoms. The course of the disease would encounter delay and relapse. To some extent, the traditional ...

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Pediatric Arm of DZL All Age Asthma Cohort

About 25-30% of children have at least one episode of wheeze before their 3rd birthday, but considerable clinical heterogeneity exists. Many of these children become symptom-free between 3 and 8 years of age, but some go on to persistent asthma in later childhood and adulthood. Despite its high prevalence, still ...

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Efficacy Of Antenatal Maternal Supplementation With GOS/Inulin Prebiotics On Atopic Dermatitis Prevalence In High-Risk One-Year-Old Children

Study design : Inclusion visit at 20 weeks of gestation : randomization start of supplementation (GOS/inulin or placebo) Phone call at 24 weeks of gestation : checking tolerance checking observance 32 weeks of gestation visit : replenishment of prebiotics collect of AE Day 1 : assessment of the Transepidermal Waterlos ...

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Screening Protocol for Genetic Diseases of Allergic Inflammation

This protocol is designed to screen subjects (and some family members) with suspected or identified genetic diseases of allergic inflammation or mast cell homeostasis and activation. Patients determined by clinical history and initial outside evaluation by their referring physician to be of interest will be consented and enrolled into this ...

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Cause of Unexplained Anaphylaxis

Anaphylaxis is a severe life-threatening systemic hypersensitivity reaction caused by release of mediators from mast cells and basophils, characterized by cutaneous, respiratory, cardiovascular, or gastrointestinal signs and symptoms. The most common specific causes of anaphylaxis are venom, drug, and food allergies (i.e. patients with specific anaphylaxis, SA), When a causative ...

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Studies of Skin Microbes in Healthy People and in People With Skin Conditions

Skin microbiota (bacteria, fungi, viruses, phage, archae) play a significant role in common dermatological conditions, such as atopic dermatitis/AD (eczema). Since culture-dependent methods are often biased assessments of microbial diversity, genomic methods can expand our understanding of the human microbiome and skin diseases. Chronic dermatitis is typical among rare primary ...

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Short and Mid-term Repeatability of Active Anterior Rhinomanometry (AAR) Measurements in Paediatric Age

Longitudinal, observational study to assess the short-term (test re-test) and mid-term (within the span of 28 days) repeatability of active anterior rhinomanometry (AAR) measures on 4 parallel groups of children with different rhinitis phenotypes, and 1 group of control (healthy) children. Secondary objectives are: i) assessing of association between AAR, ...

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Dose Finding for the Treatment of Rhinitis/Rhinoconjunctivitis Against Mite Allergy

Double blind placebo-controlled study. The subjects will receive medication during 4 months.

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Trial on Vascular Inflammation in Atopic Dermatitis

A total of 30 subjects with moderate to severe atopic dermatitis. Thirty subjects without AD matched for sex, age and coronary artery disease risk factor with the AD subjects will also be included. All subjects will undergo the following imaging procedures: a 18FDG-PET to quantify vascular inflammation in the ascending ...

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Efficacy of Topical Coal Tar in Children With Atopic Dermatitis

Rationale/hypothesis: Atopic dermatitis (AD) is an inflammatory skin disease, occurring most frequently in children. Currently, topically applied corticosteroids are used as a standard anti-inflammatory treatment. When a corticosteroid with a high potency is used for a long period of time, adverse effects like skin atrophy and systemic effects may occur, ...

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