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Anemia Clinical Trials

A listing of Anemia 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 (99) clinical trials

The Congenital Dyserythropoietic Anemia Registry (CDAR)

To establish and maintain a CDA registry (CDAR): a comprehensive registry of subjects with the diagnosis of any type of congenital dyserythropoietic anemia in North America. Subjects and their physicians have expressed interest in participating in a national/international registry that could promote research and further understanding of this rare disease-group. ...

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Specifying Interventions From the Sickle Cell Disease Implementation Consortium (SCDIC)

The long-term goal of this line of research is to identify the most effective components of SCD interventions while also identifying effective implementation strategies informed by a systematic and rigorous work done by the members of the SCDIC consortium to improve the quality of life of people with SCD, a ...

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Non-invasive Spot Hemoglobin Measurement in the Outpatient Obstetric Clinic

Pregnant women who are patients in the UT Medical Branch outpatient obstetric clinic will be screened for anemia using blood draw for CBC during the first prenatal visit. Those who are found to have anemia will be prospectively enrolled in this proof-of-concept study. Anemia will be defined according to the ...

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Prevalence Study of the Etiology of Pregnancy Anemia

Anemia during pregnancy occurs in 41% of women. The most common etiology is iron deficiency, but studies to determine prevalence of other causes of anemia in pregnancy are still lacking. However, anemia in pregnancy lead to adverse pregnancy outcomes and increase risk of maternal and ftal morbidity and mortality. Specific ...

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Immunopathology of Autoimmune Hemolytic Anemia

Autoimmune hemolytic anemia (AIHA) is an auto-immune disease mediated by specific antibodies targeting red blood cells. Its pathogenesis is not completely understood, and the role of T cells have been rarely studied. The aim of this study is to compare the frequency of circulating T cells, T cell polarization and ...

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Serum Hepcidin Immunoassay - Laboratory to Marketplace

This is a single center, prospective, observational study to demonstrate the clinical validity of the Intrinsic LifeSciences (ILS) Intrinsic Hepcidin IDx Test in the diagnosis and management of iron deficiency (ID) in adolescents and young adults. This test is considered non-significant risk.

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The Jiaxing Birth Cohort in China

The Jiaxing Birth Cohort (JBC) is the largest prospective cohort study to explore prenatal risk factors, early life feeding practice and growth pattern/ adiposity in Chinese children.Between 1999 and 2013, 338 413 mother-child pairs were recruited in Jiaxing area in south-east China.Children of the recruited women were followed up at ...

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Cardiovascular Complications of Sickle Cell Disease

Cardiac magnetic resonance (CMR) has gained increasing clinical application in cardiopulmonary diseases. Due to its 3-dimensional nature, CMR is considered the gold-standard for quantifying left and right ventricular systolic function and size. Additionally, its high tissue contrast allows for a detailed characterization of myocardial tissue. Specifically, the use of techniques ...

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Menorrhagia Dysmenorrhea and Iron Deficiency Among Young Women Soldiers and Effect on Activity

As combat women soldiers are required to more intensive daily activity the investigators believe that the impact of menorrhagia, dysmenorrhea and its clinical consequence (as characterized by, anemia iron deficiency and reduced quality of life)) on personal performance will be more significant in combat women soldiers compared to non-combat women ...

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Substudy of CADRE: for People With Extreme Phenotype: BIOCADRE

Sickle cell disease (SCD) is the most frequent monogenic disease in the world, due to a unique mutation on the -globin gene. Most affected individuals live in sub-Saharan Africa, yet, the natural history of the disease in Africa remains largely unknown. SCD usually presents in childhood and is characterized by ...

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