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Nasal Obstruction Clinical Trials

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


Found (16) clinical trials

Sleep and Daytime Use of Humidified Nasal High-flow Oxygen in COPD Outpatients

Humidified Nasal High-flow with Oxygen (HNHF-O2) therapy has been reported to have acute beneficial effects in patients with hypoxemic respiratory failure. HNHF-O2 may be beneficial in patients with COPD and chronic impairments in gas exchange, both hypoxemia as well as hypercapnia. HNHF-O2 may decrease work of breathing, reduce dyspnea, improve ...

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A New Treatment for Mechanical Nasal Obstruction

Background Restricted nasal breathing is a common complaint among patients presenting to Otolaryngology clinics. In fact, one in eight people experiences some degree of nasal obstruction, or regular difficulty breathing through the nose, which is often the result of a narrowing or collapse of the internal nasal valve. This condition ...

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High-Flow Nasal Oxygen Therapy for Exacerbation of Chronic Pulmonary Obstructive Disease.

As soon as admission to the intensive care unit, eligible patients who gave consent will be randomized to either HFNO or Noninvasive ventilation therapy for at least the first 24 hours. In the usual care group , Noninvasive ventilation will be applied in alternance with standard nasal oxygen therapy. In ...

Phase N/A

High Flow Nasal Cannula and Hypercapnia

Fifthy COPD patients inpatients recovering from an acute exacerbation of their disease and persisting hypercapnia, despite having reached a stabilization in pH (i.e. pH>7,35 and PaCO2>45 mmHg on 3 consecutive measurements) will be enrolled in the study after having signed a written informed consent OSA/COPD overlap syndrome was not considered ...

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Ability of Beta-glucan Supplementation to Augment Immune Function

At screening, an informed consent form will be given to the potential volunteer. They will be required to read the information and will be given the opportunity to seek more information if needed or provided with the option of taking the consent form home to review prior to making their ...

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High Flow Nasal Oxygen Versus Usual Care in COPD Pulmonary Rehabiliation

This is a pilot randomized controlled trial to compare the effects of high flow nasal oxygen with usual care during an outpatient 6-week pulmonary rehabilitation program after hospitalization for COPD exacerbation.

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