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


Found (1164) clinical trials

Increasing the Winter Community Participation of Older Adult Wheelchair Users

There is strong evidence to support that community-dwelling older adults who are able to maintain their involvement in social, recreational, spiritual and physical activities experience positive effects on their health and quality of life. While winter creates challenges to community participation for many Manitobans, these difficulties are magnified for older ...

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Sex and Age Ultrasound Response to Differential Jugular Vein Pressure

The Device has the promise of providing a novel mechanism for reducing or preventing the likelihood of TBI, and may be used in conjunction with other protective equipment. TBI is the leading cause of death in individuals under age 45. The cost of TBI in the U.S. is estimated at ...

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Difference of Gastric Microbiota in the Process of Correa's Model.

Helicobater pylori plays an important role in the development of gastric cancer. Eradication therapy can reducing the morbidity of gastric cancer, but can't totally prevent it especially when atrophy and more serious precancerous lesions already happened. Prior studies found the gastric bacterial difference among gastritis, intestinal metaplasia and gastric cancer. ...


Effectiveness of a Program Using Video Games Associated With Conventional Physiotherapy in Physical Functioning in Frail Elderly Compared to Conventional Physiotherapy

Frailty is considered a biological geriatric syndrome, characterized by a decreased resistance to stresses and functional reserve due to the cumulative decline in multiple physiological systems, with consequent increased state of vulnerability [2]. Negative health related outcomes, such as disability, recurrent hospitalization, institutionalization, falls and mortality [2-4] are associated with ...

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Retinal Imaging by Adaptive Optics in Healthy Eyes and During Retinal and General Diseases

Most cases of severe visual loss in developed countries are due to retinal diseases affecting a specialized class of neurons, the photoreceptors. Currently available systems for retinal imaging in humans do not allow neuronal imaging at the cellular level, which is crucial to understand, diagnose and monitor retinal diseases. In ...

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Pain Assessment in Children With Cerebral Palsy Through Parasympathetic Tone Analysis.

Cerebral Palsy (CP) is the most common cause of motor handicap in childhood. CP is caused by damage to the developing brain, resulting in limits in movement, posture, or communication ability. CP affects about one newborn on 450. Pain management is one of the major expectations of CP patients (La ...

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Pharmacogenomic Study on Anti-VEGF Medicine in Treatment of Macular Neovascular Diseases

Research Background Macular neovascular disease, is a group of diseases with subfoveal choroidal neovascularization, including age-related macular degeneration (AMD), polypoidal choroidal vasculopathy (PCV), pathological myopia (PM) and etc. Due to the high permeability of immature blood vessel wall, consequent bleeding, and scarringmacular neovascularization often leads to severe vision loss. It ...

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AT-001 for Long-term Preservation of Brain Health in Aging

Double blind, placebo-controlled, single-center study. Approximately 40 healthy volunteers will be randomized to the study drug and 20 healthy volunteers randomized to the placebo, for a total of 60 enrolled participants. All participants will be treated with the study drug or placebo for 12 months. Subjects will be seen in ...

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Long-term Effects of Visual Spatial Working Memory Training Program Performed at Preschool Age in Very Preterm Infants With Visual Spatial Working Memory Deficit. A Randomized Controlled Trial

Prematurity tends to increase in France in recent years and more children born extremely premature infants survive. If severe impairments have stabilized, the majority of former extremely premature children have neuropsychological disorders and moderate appearance behavior disorder, but with a significant impact both family, school and social persisting into adulthood. ...

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Safety Evaluation of China Patients: Long-term Treatment Outcome of Conbercept Ophthalmic Injection in Real Word STONE

This is a post-marketing drug safety monitoring study in a prospective manner, and data collection will be performed in a registration-follow-up manner. Safety information about patients who have received intravitreal injection of Conbercept Ophthalmic Injection in medical institutions involved in the study during research will be actively monitored without intervening ...

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