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COPD (Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease) Clinical Trials

A listing of COPD (Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease) 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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Lung Deposition of TRIMBOW pMDI in Healthy Volunteers Asthmatic and COPD Patients

The purpose of this study is to investigate the lung deposition and distribution pattern of TRIMBOW using a Gamma-scintigraphic technique after inhalation of a single dose of 99mTc radiolabelled TRIMBOW administered via pMDI in healthy volunteers, asthmatic and COPD patients

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Oscillating Positive Expiratory Pressure Devices and Acute Exacerbation of Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease

In this study, investigators will investigate the change of objective measurements of lung functions and exercise capacity in addition to subjective measures of quality of life.

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RheOx Registry Study in Europe

RheOx is a device-based, energy delivery system that delivers high frequency short duration energy to the airway epithelium and sub-mucosal tissue layers. The energy is delivered via a proprietary catheter through the bronchoscope. Two sessions of treatment will be delivered one month apart. The right lung is treated at the ...

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A 12-week Study Treating Participants Who Have alpha1-antitrypsin-related COPD With Alvelestat (MPH966) or Placebo.

The purpose of this study is to investigate the effect of alvelestat (an oral neutrophil elastase inhibitor) on blood and sputum biomarkers in patients with Pizz or null genotype alpha-1 anti-trypsin deficient lung disease. Change in a number of different blood and sputum biomarkers related to lung damage, inflammation and ...

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HFNC vs Nasal Cannula in Mild Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease Exacerbation

For AECOPD patients, most of patients don't need respiratory support, only 8% patients ventilated by noninvasive and invasive positive pressure ventilation. Nasal cannula is the most common pattern of oxygen therapy in mild AECOPD. As a low flow oxygen therapy, nasal cannula has many disadvantages: discomfort, low humidity and unstable ...

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High Flow Nasal Cannula vs NPPV in Moderate Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease Exacerbation

Recently, many clinical studies have showed that HFNC can be successfully used in patients with hypoxemic respiratory failure to improve the comfort, to attenuate respiratory failure and to decrease the rate of tracheal intubation and mortality. Although theoretically HFNC is a potential and ideal treatment for AECOPD patients, the related ...

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Differential Mechanisms of Dyspnea Relief in Advanced COPD: Opiates vs. Bronchodilators

Dyspnea arises during exercise in COPD patients when there is a mismatch between the ventilatory demand (largely dictated by chemical stimuli) and the capacity to respond to that demand (dictated by mechanical/muscular factors). Our preliminary studies have indicated that treatment with opioids in COPD patients can improve activity related dyspnea ...

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Inspiration Point-A Digital Pulmonary Rehabilitation Tool Management Interventions

The study design is a between subjects (Usual care/App) repeated measures (pre/post) design to compare the feasibility of usual care compared with the digital app, Inspiration Point, used in the home for 8 weeks.

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Impact of a Telemonitoring Program on the Rate of Hospitalizations for Worsening of Cardio-respiratory Symptoms in COPD Patients Treated at Home by Long-term Non-invasive Ventilation (NIV)

Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease (COPD) is characterized by non-reversible chronic airway obstruction associated with co-morbidities and is the third leading cause of death worldwide. Its evolution is punctuated by successive exacerbations precipitating the progression of the disease and its co-morbidities. The most severe exacerbations are the source of frequent hospitalizations ...

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Hyperpolarized 129Xe MRI for Imaging Pulmonary Function

Non-invasive imaging of pulmonary function is expected to provide critical insights that are needed to spur progress in characterizing and treating chronic pulmonary diseases. The current primary diagnostic measure is pulmonary function testing (PFT), which was introduced in the mid-19th century, yet remains the standard of care today. PFTs have ...

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