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Eczema (Atopic Dermatitis) Clinical Trials

A listing of Eczema (Atopic Dermatitis) 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 (21) clinical trials

Potential Research Study Participant Registry

Methods Subjects will self identify themselves via the UCDMC Dermatology website to complete a survey regarding their interest in learning about future dermatology clinical research projects. Subjects provide contact information and check of a list of potential topics of interest. Procedures Potential participants will find a link on the UCDMC ...

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Bathing Babies and Allergy

The UVA study team will perform all study-related procedures and will collect all data. Contact information and permission for the study team to contact the subject's family will be obtained at enrollment. Pre-bath Procedures: Prior to the first bath, a study team member will: Record health information about the subject. ...

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The Role of Bacterial Toxins in Human Skin Disease

Visit 1 (if needed). Study subjects will be asked to read and sign the informed consent. At that time the study inclusion and exclusion criteria for the study will be reviewed. Subject will be given instructions to stop taking certain medications for 7 days prior to the next study visit. ...

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10 Year Registry of Children (Ages 2-17 Years) With Eczema That Have Used Pimecrolimus

Registry study to examine the risk of systemic malignancies in pediatric patients with atopic dermatitis exposed to Elidel 1% cream.

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Identification of Epidermal Signatures in Patients With Atopic Dermatitis

Atopic dermatitis (AD) is a highly pruritic, chronic inflammatory skin disease that affects up to 25% of children and 10% of adults. Atopic skin disease is associated with significant morbidity as well as physical, psychological, and economical quality-of-life impairment. The economical impact of AD and the requirement for family support ...

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Systemic Therapies for Pediatric Atopic Dermatitis

Severe and/or refractory cases of atopic dermatitis (AD) can require systemic immunosuppressive therapy for disease control, yet there are few studies regarding the appropriate use of these drugs for pediatric AD and even less data comparing them. The current observational study will observe the effect of these therapies on children ...

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Study of the Frequency and of the Regulatory Function of Positive T Lymphocytes Dual CD4CD8aa (DP8a) Specific to a Bacteria of the Intestinal Microbiota (Faecalibacterium Prausnitzii) in Atopic Dermatitis Asthma and Allergic Rhinitis

The primary endpoint will be the highlight of a quantitative reduction of double positive T cells (CD4 + / CD8 +) the specific F prausnitzii peripheral blood in patients with allergic asthma, allergic rhinitis and atopic dermatitis compared to samples from a control sample collection made available by the laboratory ...

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Common Allergens in Skin Tests for Adult Atopic Dermatitis

The allergens involved in atopic patients are widely existed in our environment. Traditionally, we use serum specific IgE, skin prick test or intradermal test to verify the possible causative allergens in patients with atopic dermatitis. This study will evaluate the correlation between serum specific IgE, skin prick test, intradermal test, ...

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Defining the Skin and Blood Biomarkers of Pediatric Atopic Dermatitis

Objectives To define the cellular and molecular biomarkers of atopic dermatitis in skin biopsies and blood samples from a pre-adolescent pediatric population and correlate it with disease severity. To measure the skin barrier in atopic dermatitis. To determine quality of life in atopic dermatitis through various questionnaires.

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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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