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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.

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Found (125) clinical trials

Cardiac Surgery Peer Support Recovery

Patients admitted with active IE secondary to IV drug use require a myriad of services and will remain hospitalized for a minimum of six weeks. During their hospitalization, infectious disease service assists in developing a treatment plan for the active infection, neurosurgery service evaluates and develops a plan to treat ...

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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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Data Collection and Identification of Infection-responsible Bacterial Resistances in Cirrhotic Patients

Cirrhotic patients have a high risk of bacterial infection. These infections induce systemic inflammation that can lead to acute liver failure or even acute liver failure associated with multi-visceral failure (Acute-to-Chronic Liver Failure, ACLF) associated with an increased risk of short-term mortality in this population. Cirrhotic patients have a higher ...

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TNP-2092 to Treat Acute Bacterial Skin and Skin Structure Infection

This Phase 2, double-blind, randomized, multicenter, parallel, controlled study is conducted to evaluate safety, tolerability, pharmacokinetics and efficacy of TNP-2092, and vancomycin in adults with ABSSSI suspected or confirmed to be caused by gram-positive pathogens. The duration of the treatment period is a minimum of 7 days and a maximum ...

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Impact of Cefotaxime and Ceftriaxone on the Emergence and Carrying of Multidrug-Resistant Bacteria

Among enterobacteria, the production of ESBL is the first cause of multidrug resistance. The first cases of ESBL-producing enterobacteriaceae (EBLSE) infections were described during the 1980s and subsequently experienced global spread. Since the beginning of the century, the prevalence of EBLSE infections, especially among E. coli and K. pneumoniae, has ...

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Therapeutic Drug Monitoring of Antiinfectives for Patients With Severe Illness = TAPSI

Bacterial infections are associated with high mortality in intensive care patients. Antibiotic therapy is the only causal opportunity to treat those infections. Pharmacokinetic and -dynamic changes in critically ill patients lead to unpredictable plasma concentrations of the applied drugs. Research results of the last years with many quantified plasma concentrations ...

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Adjunctive Steps for Disinfection of Teeth With Primary Endodontic Infections

The success of endodontic treatment in teeth with necrotic pulp and apical periodontitis depends on the reduction of viable microorganisms of root canals by endodontic disinfection procedures. This study aims to evaluate by molecular methods the effect of different disinfection procedures on reduction, diversity and microbial metabolic activity. Patients with ...

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Bacterial Infections in Cirrhotic Patients With Acute Severe Liver Injury

Acute hepatic insults including hepatitis flare-up, active alcohol assumption and hepatotoxic drug use are common in patients with cirrhosis especially in Eastern countries.These patients are at high risk of developing acute-on-chronic liver failure (ACLF) and associated with high short-term mortality. And the natural history of these patients is frequently complicated ...

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Challenge of the Nasopharynx With Neisseria Lactamica Expressing the Meningococcal Protein Neisseria Adhesin A (NadA)

The NadA protein is one of the 4 strongly immunogenic components of the 4CMenB vaccine against serogroup B meningococcal disease (Bexsero) and has been demonstrated to be immunogenic in terms of generating serum bactericidal antibodies against N. meningitides strains that express the cognate NadA. Furthermore, University students vaccinated with Bexsero ...

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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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