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Fever Clinical Trials

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


Found (9) clinical trials

Collection of Human Biospecimens for Basic and Clinical Research Into Alpha Globin Variants

Our goal is to understand the function of alpha globin in both erythroid and non-erythroid tissues. We hope to better understand the mechanism(s) through which alpha globin deletions protect against malaria, sickle cell disease or other diseases involving inflammation or endothelial dysfunction. The Physiology Unit of the Laboratory of Malaria ...

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Investigation of Serious Adverse Events Following Vaccination Against Yellow Fever: Emphasis on Genetic Basis and Biological Markers

The rational for the immunological study by LATIM is the observation made by the group that individuals vaccinated with the 17DD yellow fever vaccine show significant alterations on the levels of expression of genes such as CLEC5A, IFNG, IL6, RNASEL, IRF7, IRF9, STAT2 e OAS1 (8). The study which will ...

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Analysis of Sublingual Glycocalyx Damage at ICU Admission to Predict Risk of Death

The aim of this observative, prospective study is to evaluate if and to what extent glycocalyx damage/microcirculation data at admission in the ICU as well as during ICU stay can be predictive of mortality and clinical course in patients presenting with the suspicion of sepsis/septic shock. Therefore, the enrollment of ...

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Vitamin C to Reduce Vasopressor Dose in Septic Shock

Randomized, controlled, double blind clinical trial. Adult patients admitted to the ICU of the Hospital Espaol de Mxico with a diagnosis of septic shock will be included. Patients will be randomized to one of the study groups: Intervention Group: Vitamin C 6 grams in 250 ml of 0.9% saline solution ...


Stress Hydrocortisone In Pediatric Septic Shock

Sepsis represents the most common cause of childhood mortality worldwide. In the United States alone, 200 cases of pediatric sepsis are diagnosed each day, with an associated hospital mortality rate of 5-10% and health care expenditures now approaching $5 billion annually. Moreover, nearly one third of children admitted to pediatric ...


Prevalence Survey of Antimalarial Drug Resistance Markers

Malaria Malaria is caused by a mosquito-borne, protozoan parasite belonging to the genus Plasmodium. Of the five species of Plasmodium that infect humans, Plasmodium falciparum is the most deadly and is responsible for the majority of malaria disease and death. Every year, falciparum malaria causes disease in hundreds of millions ...

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Safety Tolerability and Immunogenicity of INO-4500 in Healthy Volunteers

This is a randomized and double-blinded within study group, placebo-controlled trial to evaluate the safety, tolerability and immunological profile of INO-4500 administered by intradermal (ID) injection followed by electroporation using the CELLECTRA 2000 device in healthy adult volunteers.


Fever After Tick Bite Study

The proposed study is a collaboration between Microbiology, SU/Sahlgrenska and the Infectious Diseases clinic at SU/stra as well as several Infectious Diseases clinics throughout Sweden aiming at improving microbiological diagnostic assays regarding the early identification of tick-borne microorganisms (including as of yet unidentified pathogens) capable of causing human disease using ...

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A Study to Determine if a New Malaria Vaccine is Safe and Induces Immunity Among Kenyan Adults Young Children and Infants

The study includes three age groups: Group 1: healthy adults (18-45 years) Group 2: young children (aged 1-5 years) Group 3: infants (aged 5- <12 months of age) Each group will receive 3 vaccine doses which will be 4-weeks apart.