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Diabetic Retinopathy Clinical Trials

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


Found (15) clinical trials

Cohort Study on Patient Outcomes Effectiveness and Cost-effectiveness of Intervention Programmes for DM/HT Patients

A naturalistic cohort study with a maximum follow-up period of 10 years, and retrospective extraction of relevant data from the HA clinical management system (CMS) database, designed as four sub-studies:- A trajectory study on all HA primary care patients with HT and/or DM receiving care from 2006 to 2019, to ...

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Comparing Nifedipine and Enalapril in Medical Resources Used in the Postpartum Period

This is randomized controlled trial to investigate if enalapril is superior to nifedipine in terms of medical resources used in postpartum women with hypertension. These are both antihypertensives we commonly use in the postpartum period for women with hypertension in pregnancy but we do not know which medication works better ...


Chronic Hypertension and Pregnancy (CHAP) Project

During pregnancy, chronic hypertension (CHTN) is the most common major medical disorder encountered, occurring in 2-6%. The substantial negative effect of CHTN on pregnancy includes a consistent 3- to 5-fold increase in superimposed preeclampsia and adverse perinatal outcomes (fetal or neonatal death, preterm birth -PTB, poor fetal growth and placental ...


Metabolic and Bone Changes After Adjuvant Cancer Treatments in Early Non-metastatic Breast Cancer

Purpose and background Breast cancer is the most common cancer in Danish women, and has an average of 4,750 new cases a year (1). Patients treated for early (non-metastatic) breast cancer (EBC) comprise, due to earlier diagnosis and improved treatment, a large and growing group of cancer survivors. However, many ...

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Preeclampsia Risk Assessment: Evaluation of Cut-offs to Improve Stratification

Preeclampsia is a leading cause of maternal and fetal morbidity and mortality in the US, and affects about 5% of pregnancies. Despite its morbidity, preeclampsia is challenging to distinguish from worsening chronic hypertension or gestational hypertension. Furthermore, it is challenging to identify who among those with hypertensive disorders of pregnancy ...

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Blueberries for Improving Vascular Endothelial Function in Postmenopausal Women With Elevated Blood Pressure

Postmenopausal women are at an increased risk of developing cardiovascular disease (CVD) largely due to accelerated aging-related modifications to vascular health following menopause. The vascular endothelium is responsible for producing chemicals that are essential for proper vasodilation and blood flow and therefore is involved in maintaining normal blood pressure. A ...


Cardiovascular Risk Screening and Risk Reduction in Women Vets

Background: Women Veterans are the fastest growing segment of Veterans Health Administration (VHA) users. This dramatic growth has created challenges for VHA. Gender disparities persist in cardiovascular (CV) and diabetes risk factor control, and rates of depression, anxiety, and mental health comorbidity are disproportionately high among women Veterans. Furthermore, a ...

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Effects of Probiotic Supplementation in Hypertensive Women on Menopause

After randomization, subjects will be included in their intervention group for a period of three months with initial and final evaluations. The study will evaluate the effects and possible benefits of probiotic supplementation on the functioning of the Autonomic Nervous System and vascular changes in hypertension in menopausal women. The ...

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Peking University Birth Cohort in Tongzhou

Maternal and child health is of great concern globally. Early life phase of a fetus and infant is a critical period for the development of health and disease in the whole life. Exposure of negative environmental, nutritional and lifestyle factors in pregnant women during this period can have adverse effects ...

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Fit After Baby: A Health Intervention to Increase Postpartum Weight Loss in Women at Increased Risk for Cardiometabolic Disease

This study plans to learn more about how to increase postpartum weight loss and how to decrease risk factors for postpartum women at increased risk for diabetes and heart disease. The program is delivered using a mobile application (app) and a lifestyle coach. This mobile application is developed for women ...

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