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Excessive Sweating Clinical Trials

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


Found (5) clinical trials

Study to evaluate the safety and effectiveness of DRM04 Topical Wipes, 3.75% in subjects with excessive underarm sweat (axillary hyperhydrosis).

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Botulinum Toxin Treatment in Craniofacial Inguinal Palmar Plantar and Truncal Hyperhidrosis

Hyperhidrosis is defined as excessive sweating and affects about 2.8 % of the population. It has been shown to have a deleterious effect on the quality of life measured using the Dermatology Life Quality Index (DLQI) which is one of the most widely used dermatology-specific quality of life instruments. This ...


Topical Aluminium Chloride vs OnabotulinumtoxinA Intradermal Injections in Residual Limb Hyperhidrosis (Lower Limbs)

After randomization patients will receive either OnabotulinumtoxinA once or topical aluminium chloride for 6 months. All patients will be evaluated during 3 study visits (week 4, week 12, week 24) and 1 phone call (week 18).


Assessing the Effect of Patient Characteristics on Treatment Response in Primary Hyperhidrosis

Subject Recruitment Recruitment will take place at SLUCare Dermatology Des Peres Clinic. Patients with non-study related appointments with Dr. Glaser regarding the management of primary hyperhidrosis will be approached by a research member. Patients will be given ample time to review study design and have questions and concerns addressed. After ...

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Hyperhidrosis Developing a Treatment Approach Aims 1 & 2

One objective of the Prosthetic Outcomes Research Award (PORA) is to improve the understanding of secondary health effects on Service members and Veterans who have undergone limb amputation and to advance the adoption and implementation of evidence-based interventions. The investigators will address the important secondary health problem of excessive residual ...