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Bladder Disorders Clinical Trials

A listing of Bladder Disorders 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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A Prospective, Non-interventional, Registry Study of Patients Initiating a Course of Drug Therapy for Overactive Bladder (OAB). This is for patients starting a new course of treatment for OAB, which may be first course of any treatment for OAB, restart or switch from one drug to another.

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Don't wait, participate! A clinical trial for those with OAB (overactive bladder) is now enrolling. Play an active role in your health care and contact us to see if you qualify to participate in this study.

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Study for overactive bladder.

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Research Study for Overactive Bladder (OAB)

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Gotta Go Gotta Go Research Study for Overactive Bladder Boston Clinical Trials www.BostonTrials.com

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A research study is evaluating an investigational medication for overactive bladder (OAB) in females.

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Gotta Go, Gotta go Research Study for Overactive Bladder

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Gotta Go, Gotta go. Research Study for Overactive Bladder at Medical Center for Clinical Research

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Investigation to Minimize Prolapse Recurrence of the Vagina Using Estrogen

This is a double-blind randomized trial of intravaginal estrogen (conjugated estrogens, 0.625mg/1g cream) vs. placebo in postmenopausal women (n=222 total) with symptomatic prolapse beyond the hymen planning transvaginal native tissue repairs. Medication will be started 6-8 weeks before surgery and continued for 1 year postoperatively, i.e. until scar remodeling is ...

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Accuracy of Bladder Scanners in Post-operative Voiding Trials

The primary aim of this study is to determine if bladder scanners are accurate in determining a post-void residual volume (PVR) after Urogynecologic surgery. The secondary aim of this study is to determine if a post-void residual volume (PVR) measurement is needed after a back-fill voiding trial on Urogynecologic post-op ...

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