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Memory Loss Clinical Trials

A listing of Memory Loss 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

Self-defining Memories in Patients With a TBI

A total of 40 participants (20 non-consecutive adults with a moderate or severe TBI and 20 volunteers with any history of neurological or psychiatric disease) will be recruited into the study. The duration of the protocol is 70 minutes. As regards the assessment, three questionnaires will be administered in order ...

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Alzheimer's Disease Core Center

All participants are seen annually. In addition to a detailed neurological examination, participants will receive a standardized battery of neuropsychological tests and will undergo genetic testing. The investigators will provide standardized periodic longitudinal assessment of the research participants. Autopsies to establish neurohistopathological diagnoses in clinically well-characterized patients with dementia, patients ...

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Memory Problems Perceptions Among Patients and Accompaniers During Diagnosis Process :

Through the french adaptation of the "illness perception questionnaire memory", this study aims to prospectively examine the memory problem perceptions of patients with memory complaints [MCs] and their accompaniers during the diagnostic process. The investigators plan to recruit 125 patients with MCs who come for the first time at the ...

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Predictive Factors and Autonomy Level Change

The Alzheimer's disease or related disorders (ADRD) are among the most disabling diseases because of their main features such as cognitive impairment, loss of functional autonomy and behavioural disorders. In absence of current curative treatment, the identification of the predictive risk factors of progression of the disease, evaluated through its ...

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Episodic Memory Before and After Surgery in Drug-resistant Partial Epilepsies

This study has two purposes: firstly, a better understanding of the neurobiological processes underlying episodic memory and, secondly, the development of useful clinical applications for epileptic patients, in particular the prediction of postoperative memory deficits and the development of cognitive remediation therapies. Memory performances during a fMRI experiment will be ...

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Multicenter Evaluation of Memory Remediation After TBI With Donepezil

Memory deficits are among the most common chronic and functionally important consequences of traumatic brain injury (TBI). Basic and clinical research studies suggest that persistent deficits in verbal memory are associated with chronically reduced levels of acetylcholine in the brain. Medicines that increase levels of acetylcholine in the brain appear ...

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Memory Modulation by Pain During Anesthesia

This study will add specific details to the current incomplete body of knowledge examining the effect of pain on memory formation under the influence of anesthetic agents. Pain is common during surgery, and preventing memory during such procedures is a fundamental goal of anesthetic care, as awareness under anesthesia can ...

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Cerebrovascular and Cognitive Improvement by Resveratrol (resVida) and Fruitflow-II (CCIRF-II)

Accumulating evidence suggests that tomato consumption has cardiovascular benefits, primarily through increasing blood flow in vivo; the active ingredient in tomato, or its extract (Fruitflow) have been shown to inhibit glycoprotein IIb/IIIa, similar to aspirin (which has antiplatelet activity and is used for secondary prevention of cardiovascular and cerebrovascular events ...

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Galantamine in the Treatment of Post-Traumatic Headache

Headache is the most common symptom after a closed head injury, persisting for more then 2 months in 60% of the patients. CPTH is an important cause of consultations in neurology offices and headache clinics, posing a severe burden and affecting the quality of life of sufferers.

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Sedation Strategy and Cognitive Outcome After Critical Illness in Early Childhood

Ensuring the safety and comfort of the more than 100,000 critically ill infants and young children supported on mechanical ventilation in the US each year is integral to the practice of pediatric critical care. Humane care of these young patients requires the use of sedating medications, most commonly combinations of ...

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