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Anxiety Disorders (Pediatric) Clinical Trials

A listing of Anxiety Disorders (Pediatric) 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 (11) clinical trials

We are doing a treatment study to examine the use of transcranial magnetic stimulation (TMS) in treating people with OCD and to investigate what areas of the brain are involved during emotional learning. TMS is a noninvasive method in which a magnetic “coil” is placed near an individual’s head and ...

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The purpose of this research study is to investigate brain changes in adolescents who are currently experiencing depressive and/or anxiety symptoms and have a family history of bipolar disorder. Participants will be randomized to escitalopram and psychotherapy or placebo and psychotherapy for 16-week treatment.

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A clinical study designed to collect information on the safety and efficacy of an anti-depressant to treat depression, OCD, or anxiety with or without CBT therapy.

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Dimensional Brain Behavior Predictors of CBT Outcomes in Pediatric Anxiety

Impairing anxiety affects 33% of the population by adolescence and can become chronic, leading to depression, substance abuse, school-drop out and even suicide. To reduce anxiety and prevent its sequelae, patients must be effectively treated early; yet, the first line intervention, cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT), has a heterogeneous response with ...

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Magic Therapy to Relieve Pediatric Patient Anxiety and Improve the Hospitalization Experience

The use of magic in healthcare has been described across a variety of settings. Several peer-reviewed publications have described the use of magic to help encourage the recovery of motor skills 2. Green et al. reported that after the completion of an intense 2-week magic-theme summer camp, patients with spastic ...

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Parent-Delivered Massage in Paediatric Cancer

In Canadian children aged 0-19, the number of new cancer cases from 1997-2001 was on average 1,285 children per year for a total of 6,427 children over a five year period. Individual and family responses to a child's or adolescent's cancer diagnosis and treatment include psychological, sociocultural and biological dimensions. ...

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Intranasal Sedation With Dexmedetomidine and Ketamine in Pediatric Dentistry (NASO II)

This proposal aims to determine the most effective pharmacological regimen in the treatment of child pain and anxiety during outpatient dental procedures. Advancement in this field is a reflection, on the one hand, of the use of new and more effective routes of drug administration, such as the intranasal route ...

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Improving Access to Child Anxiety Treatment

Anxiety disorders are a significant public health problem that cause suffering for youth and their families, derail normal childhood development, and when left untreated persist into adulthood with high societal costs. Cognitive Behavioral Treatment (CBT) including exposure therapy is the treatment of choice, yet multiple barriers limit access to care. ...

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Functional Gastrointestinal Disorders in Pediatric IBD

Background: Persistent gastrointestinal symptoms have been described in patients who are considered in remission of their inflammatory bowel disease (IBD). These symptoms, attributed to Functional gastrointestinal disorders (FGID) in IBD, may have a significant impact of quality of life, and may be associated with fatigue, anxiety and depression. There is ...

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Impact of Pre-Sedation Virtual Reality Game on Post-Discharge Negative Behaviors in the Pediatric Emergency Department

This randomized control trial will investigate the use of a virtual reality (VR) distraction game prior to IV ketamine procedural sedation for long bone fracture reduction. Prior studies have demonstrated that children undergoing anesthesia or procedural sedation can have lingering negative behavioral changes lasting several weeks after discharge home. Children ...

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