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Bacterial Infections Clinical Trials

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


Found (83) clinical trials

Direct Molecular Characterization of Bacteria From ICU

Investigators goal is to determine major bacterial activities and properties in the infected patient as a basis for more targeted, efficient antimicrobial discovery. Investigators will determine the abundance of dozens to hundreds of pathogen proteins in the samples and in in vitro cultures of the same pathogen strains using cutting-edge ...

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Phase 1 Study of Oral QPX2015 in Healthy Adult Subjects

The worldwide spread of resistance to antibiotics among gram-negative bacteria, particularly members of the ESKAPE group of pathogens, has resulted in a crisis in the treatment of both hospital acquired and community acquired infections. In particular, the increase in Enterobacteriaceae expressing extended spectrum beta-lactamases (ESBLs) and carbapenemases that are resistant ...


Antimicrobial Synthetic Bone Grafts

This project aims to produce synthetic bone tissue graft that supports bone regeneration and combats infection simultaneously, according to industry standards and regulations. This original and high value added biomaterial "silver doped calcium phosphate based synthetic bone tissue " will be used in clinical trials in patients with osteomyelitis and ...


Short or Long Antibiotic Regimes in Orthopaedics

Using antibiotics wisely, only when and where they are really needed, is important to prevent superbugs emerging. At the moment, bone and joint infections are usually treated by a combination of surgery and antibiotics. Traditionally, treatment relies on several weeks of antibiotics as tablets or injections (systemic antibiotics), but these ...

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Safety and Efficacy Study of Ftortiazinon in the Treatment of Patients With Complicated Urinary Tract Infections Caused by P. Aeruginosa

The study is divided into 2 phases. The course of treatment will be single (course of therapy with the drug/placebo under study) for a group consisting of three cohorts, and also single for a group of phase 2 participants (770 patients in total) consisting of two cohorts groups. The recruitment ...


Xydalba Utilization Registry in France

OBJECTIVES The objectives of this registry are as follows: To determine the following characteristics in patients who received intravenous Xydalba administration Patient characteristics. Disease characteristics. Pathogen characteristics. To characterize the usage of Xydalba. To characterize the patient's residence and, in hospitalized patients, the lengths of hospital and intensive care unit ...

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Improving Antimicrobial-Prescribing in Emergency Departments

Using a quasi-experimental design, the study team will work collaboratively with ED providers in the Veterans Health Administration (VHA) to improve antimicrobial-prescribing. Academic-detailing and an audit-and-feedback intervention will be implemented. Through audit-and-feedback, providers will be shown how their antimicrobial-prescribing compares to their peers, thereby encouraging them to consider their professional ...

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Bacterial and Human Biomarkers of Prognostic Value for Severe Legionnaire's Disease

Legionnaires' disease (LD) is a relatively common pneumonia in France (1200 cases/year), 98% of cases are hospitalized and 40% require intensive care unit (ICU) admission. Risk factors that may predispose to acquisition of LD are well known. Some studies suggest that genetic factor may also enhance susceptibility to LD. The ...

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Topical Silver Nanoparticles for Microbial Activity

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Stool Biobanking and Impact of Antimicrobials on the Gut Microbiota in Patients With Bone and Joint Infection

Bone and joint infections (BJI) is a public health issue in industrialized countries. Implant-associated BJI, are complex hospital-acquired infections and eradication of the pathogen is challenging in such patients. A prolonged antimicrobial therapy is usually required from 6 weeks to 3 months, but some patients are eligible to several years ...

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