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HIV Infections Clinical Trials

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

Found (193) clinical trials

A Cost Effective and Time Saving Blood Test to Detect Six Human Bloodborne Infectious Diseases

The consortium will develop a new in vitro diagnostic (IVD) test to screen donated blood for bloodborne infectious pathogens, saving blood banks time and costs required for analysis of mandatory pathogens. The IVD test is a multiplex immunoassay that simultaneously screens for six bloodborne infectious diseases per blood sample. In …

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Alere COMBO and Alere q Detect in an HIV PrEP Program in Thailand

This will be a prospective study, collecting blood samples from individuals receiving PrEP at one of two drop-in centers in Bangkok, Thailand: Rainbow Sky Association of Thailand (RSAT) and Service Worker IN Group (SWING). RSAT is a community-based organization for people with sexual diversity (MSM, gay, transgender, lesbians, and bisexual), …

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Client and Provider Preferences for HIV Care

This will be a cross-sectional questionnaire study. A self-administered questionnaire will be used to assess their satisfaction with current clinical services, preferences for location, frequency and provider of HIV services, as well as expectations and concerns. Furthermore, staff working at the different HIV-care to community-based organizations (CBOs) and the health …

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NAFLD in HIV-infected Patients

The prevalence of NAFLD (nonalcoholic fatty liver disease) in HIV-infected patients is higher than that in general population, but the causes of morbidity and pathogenesis have not been fully explored. The investigators are planning to consecutively enroll 400 cases HIV-positive outpatients, and to detect NAFLD by ultrasound. The fecal and …

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The Lived Experience of Participants in an African Randomised Trial

Individuals recruited into clinical trials for life-threatening illnesses are particularly vulnerable and this is especially true in low-income settings. The decision to enrol may be influenced by existing inequalities, a poor healthcare infrastructure and the fear of death. Where patients are confused or unconscious the responsibility for this decision falls …

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The "Motoric Cognitive Risk" Syndrome in the Canadian Population

Cognition and locomotion are two human abilities controlled by the brain. Their decline is highly prevalent with aging, and is greater than the simple sum of their respective prevalence, suggesting a complex age-related interplay between cognition and locomotion. Recently, a systematic review and meta-analysis has provided evidence that poor gait …

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Left Atrial Appendage Occlusion With WATCHMAN Device in Patients With Non-valvular Atrial Fibrillation and End-stage Chronic Kidney Disease on Hemodialysis

Atrial fibrillation (AF) is more common in patients with renal disease compared to the general population an risk increase to as much as 10 times in patients on hemodialysis (HD). Stroke is an important cause of morbidity, mortality and suffering for patients with end-stage chronic kidney disease (ESCKD) on hemodialysis.The …

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Paradoxical Tuberculosis Reactions in Patients Without HIV Infection

Paradoxical reaction in non-HIV tuberculosis (TB) is a clinical and/or radiologic worsening of a patient s pre-existing TB while receiving anti-TB medications. This phenomenon has been clinically well described for many years and is thought to occur in 10%-25% of HIV-negative patients starting treatment for TB. Paradoxical reactions are diagnosed …

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Apheresis to Obtain Plasma or White Blood Cells for Laboratory Studies

In order to carry out research procedures on the plasma or mononuclear components of blood, it is often necessary to obtain larger quantities of plasma or mononuclear cells than can be safely obtained by simple phlebotomy. These components can be easily and safely obtained using apheresis procedures in the Clinical …

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Incidence of HANA Conditions in HIV-infected Individuals

With the availability of effective anti-retroviral therapy, HIV-infected individuals are expected not to die of AIDS and have longer life expectancy. But at the same time, HIV-associated non-AIDS (HANA) conditions are becoming more important in their clinical management. It is currently uncertain whether patients started on different anti-retroviral regimens will …

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