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Vitamin Deficiency Clinical Trials

A listing of Vitamin Deficiency 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 (66) clinical trials

Multimodal Approach in IBD Patients

Patients with a confirmed diagnosis of IBD will be prospectively assessed on a yearly basis in order to assess relapse risk factors. Disease activity will be assessed using the Mayo score for UC patients and CDAI for Crohn's disease and endoscopic activity will be assessed using the Mayo endoscopic subscore ...

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Effects of Vitamin D and Calcium Supplementation on Health and Well-being of Vitamin D Deficient UAE Citizens

The proposed study is a two by two factorial, randomized controlled intervention trial. Following informed written consent of eligible subject's blood and urine samples will be taken for measurements of vitamin D, markers of bone turnover and related biochemical variables. Patients who have evidence of vitamin D deficiency will then ...

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High-dose Vitamin D3 in Pancreas Cancer

Different studies have shown that a deficiency in vitamin D (20ng/mL) results in higher rates in morbidity and mortality rates in cancer patients. Clinical studies investigated and demonstrated altered vitamin d tissue in pancreatic cancer. But there is no prospective study evaluating the beneficiary effects of oral supplementation of vitamin ...

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Thiamine Supplementation in Heart Failure: a Pilot Randomized Controlled Crossover Trial

Heart failure (HF) is a major cardiovascular disease with increasing prevalence. Thiamine deficiency is common in HF patients. Previous small studies have shown that thiamine supplementation can improve left ventricular systolic function in HF, but larger clinical studies are lacking. Given the ease of supplementation and the potential benefits in ...

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Alcohol: Thiamine and or Magnesium 1

This is a 3- arm randomised, open label, controlled study in a cohort of alcoholic patients admitted through A&E. Patients will be randomised to concurrent infusion of one of the following Arm 1: IV thiamine Arm 2: IV magnesium sulphate followed by delayed IV thiamine Arm 3: IV thiamine and ...

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Supplementation With Vitamin D to Patients With Heart Failure (D-Heart).

In a population with a systolic heart failure with an EF<40%, the levels of vitamin D will be analysed. In those with a 25-OH-vitamin D level <50nmol/L the patients that accept participation, will be randomised into active supplementation as described below, or placebo. In those with a 25-OH-vitamin D level ...

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Myocardial Function and Vitamin D Supplementation in Diabetes.

Rationale Vitamin D exerts a principal role in homeostasis of calcium and phosphorus. However, recent studies indicated also its important function in cell differentiation, proliferation and growth as well as regulation of the immune system. Vitamin Deficiency is today recognized as a risk factor for cardiovascular disease (CVD). Diabetic patients ...

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Effects of Vitamin B12 Treatment in Singers

Through the investigators' experience, they have observed that amongst singers and voice professionals, there is a common belief that there are voice benefits from cobalamin treatment. Consequently, some singers and voice professionals tend to ask for cobalamin injections in order to enhance their vocal performance. However, there are no previous ...

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'Palliative-D' Vitamin D to Palliative Cancer Patients

PROTOCOL IDENTITY AND OBJECTIVES: EudraCT Number 2017-000268-14 Protocol Title: Vitamin D supplementation to palliative cancer patients - A double blind, randomised controlled trial. Acronym: "Palliative-D" Trial Objectives: To test the hypothesis that vitamin D treatment during 12 weeks to palliative cancer patients can decrease opioid consumption, fatigue and infectious burden ...

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The Effects of Discontinuation of Vitamin K Antagonists on the Rate of Elastin Degradation

Background: Elastin is a unique protein providing elasticity, resilience and deformability to dynamic tissues, such as lungs and vasculature. Elastin fibers are characterized by their high affinity for calcium. However, calcified elastin is more prone to the degrading effects of proteases and, in turn, partially degraded elastin has an even ...

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