Urinary Incontinence Clinical Trials

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The Effect of Selecting Treatment With Desmopressin or Alarm to Children With Enuresis Based on Home Recordings.

The aim of this study is to investigate the importance of clinical characterization of children with monosymptomatic nocturnal enuresis (MNE) in order to improve treatment efficacy. The

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  • 25 Jan, 2021
  • 7 locations
Whole Body Vibration Training in the Treatment for Children's Incontinence - a Randomized-Controlled Trial

The determined study category is a prospective clinical randomized controlled study to evaluate the effect of WBVT in combination with urophysiotherapy to playfully expand the therapeutic options for children and adolescents with incontinence. This will be the first time use of WBVT for treating incontinence in children.

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  • 14 Feb, 2021
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Desmopressin for Bedwetting in Children With SCD

This study assesses if using the medication desmopressin will decrease nightime bedwetting in children with sickle cell disease.

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  • 25 Jan, 2021
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A Study With Mirabegron 50 mg and 25 mg in Chinese Participants With Overactive Bladder

The purpose of this study is to evaluate the efficacy of mirabegron for the treatment of overactive blsdder (OAB) in Chinese participants. This study will also evaluate the safety of mirabegron for the treatment of OAB in Chinese participants, evaluate other efficacy variables of mirabegron for the treatment of OAB …

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  • 18 Jun, 2021
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Sugammadex To IMprove Bowel Function

Colon and rectal surgery is associated with high cost, long length of stay, high postoperative surgical site infection rate, high incidence of postoperative nausea and vomiting, and a high rate of hospital readmission. Return of bowel function is of utmost importance in avoiding patient discomfort, morbidity, and mortality after colorectal …

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  • 09 May, 2021
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