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Pressure Ulcers Clinical Trials

A listing of Pressure Ulcers 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 (13) clinical trials

Wound Healing Endpoint and Recurrence

This prospective pilot study is to enroll patients with clinically-defined infected wounds. Patients enrolled in the study will be followed for 16 weeks for wound closure (Phase A), and will then begin Phase B. Wounds will be subjected to Standard of Care (SoC) followed by all Comprehensive Wound Center (CWC) ...

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Cellular and Tissue Based Therapy Registry

The goal of the Cellular and Tissue Based Therapy Registry (CTPR) for Wounds is to provide comparative effectiveness data for patients with chronic wounds and ulcers and to understand whether clinical practice guidelines are followed in the use of these products. These products are referred to by a variety of ...

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Negative Pressure Wound Therapy Registry

The purpose of the Negative Pressure Wound Therapy Registry (NPWTR)) for Wounds and Ulcers is to provide comparative effectiveness data on NPWT including different NPWT devices, and safety data on NPWT (e.g. the frequency of adverse events experienced by typical NPWT patients). NPWT promotes wound healing by applying a vacuum ...

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A Real World Observational Registry of Chronic Wounds and Ulcers

This is a longitudinal, observational study of chronic wounds and ulcers treated at participating hospital based, outpatient wound centers. Data collection began in 2005. Structured data are collected at the point of care in the patient electronic health record and data from all patients at more than 100 wound centers ...

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Estimation of Changes in Soft Tissue Rigidity of the Buttocks in Sitting Under Weight Bearing Compared to Sitting Without Weight Bearing

The purpose of the current new research is to check whether Ultrasound device can be used as a tool for assessing the elasticity of the soft tissues in buttocks and measuring the elasticity of these tissues with and without bearing weight on a healthy population to set standards of normal ...

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Early Identification of Suspected Deep Tissue Injury (sDTI)

The purpose of this study is to further clarify existing research on the early identification and documentation of suspected deep tissue injury (sDTI). Basic principles of physiology along with prior research suggests that sDTI has quantifiable amounts of heat (or lack thereof) relative to surrounding tissue that will exhibit characteristic ...

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Assessment of the Potential for Pressure Ulcer Formation

Researchers developed a non-contact optical imaging technology call Spatial Frequency Domain Imaging which can identify the tissue regions that are at risk of developing pressure ulcers prior to development of irreversible tissue damage. The Spatial Frequency Domain Imaging can identify metabolic and biochemical differences in the tissues near bony prominences ...

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Pressure Area Distribution on a Variety of Clinical Surfaces

Participants in the study will be adults with full mobility, with the capacity to give informed written consent. The investigators will recruit a group of volunteers in order to represent a variety of BMIs, in an attempt to gain a sample of the BMIs found in the population. The investigators ...

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PuraPly Antimicrobial Wound Matrix and Wound Management

The purpose of the case series is to assess the ability of PuraPly AM to meet wound specific treatment goals including management of bioburden, support of granulation tissue formation and support of wound closure. Patients will undergo clinical assessments and receive the standard of care as determined by the treating ...

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The Analysis of Skin Temperature by Long Wave Infrared Imaging to Determine Its Effectiveness as a Predictor of Tissue Injury

The Trillennium Medical Imaging system will be used to gather skin temperature data on 100 subjects. The subjects will be enrolled from Duke North floors 8100 or 8300 in a prospective controlled trial. All eligible patients who have signed a consent form will be assessed using the Long Wave Infrared ...

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