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Aging Clinical Trials

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.

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Cohort of Patients Over 70 Years of Age With Cancer and / or Hematological Malignancy

The aging of the French population is associated with a constant increase in the number of cancers in people over 75 years of age (1/3 of cancers diagnosed in patients 75 years). Oncogeriatrics is a combination of two specialties, oncology and geriatrics. This practice aims to ensure that all elderly ...

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Successful Aging and Frailty

In the majority of the world, the population is living to a greater age. However, older age is usually associated with elevated risk of several pathologies, as well as age-related organ dysfunctions, which in turn can accelerate functional impairments, disability, or death. To identify this geriatric syndrome the term frailty ...

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Efficacy and Safety of Curosurf in Patients Invasively Ventilated for Severe Bronchiolitis Under 12 Months of Age

Background. Viral bronchiolitis is a common cause of hospitalization for acute respiratory insufficiency in young infants. Despite several RCT have tested the effectiveness of various agents, currently there is no proven specific therapy for bronchiolitis, treatment remaining mostly supportive. Based on available studies, exogenous surfactant replacement in bronchiolitis is likely ...

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Improving Voice Production for Adults With Age-related Dysphonia

The objectives for this research are to determine the mechanisms by which specific therapy tasks improve voice in age-related dysphonia, and the conditions that limit the extent of improvement. The central hypothesis is that targeted therapy tasks will improve voice, and that severity will determine the extent of improvement.

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Colon Cancer Surgery in the Aged; Postoperative Functional Ability Quality of Life and Survival

14 Finnish hospitals including five university hospitals participate in the study. The data is collected from the hospitals using specially designed and secure web application (RedCap). The preoperative patients data includes comorbidities, functional status, postoperative surgical and medical outcomes and survival data. The patient questionnaire is based to G-8 geriatric ...

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Mental Training for Adults With Mild Cognitive Impairment

Half of participants will be randomized to a mindfulness group and half to a brain games and puzzles group as forms of mental training. Participants are adults with mild cognitive impairment. Participants will undergo neuropsychological testing, MRI scanning, and qualitative interviews to assess feasibility of conducting a larger randomized clinical ...

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