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Abdominal Surgery Clinical Trials

A listing of Abdominal Surgery 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 (52) clinical trials

The Efficacy and Security of the Small Stitch Technique in Emergency Surgery

The closure of laparotomy is one of the most important challenges facing the surgeon. The classic technique of wall closure is the Large Stitch technique that uses monofilament double-strand sutures with a SL/WL (Suture Lengh/Wound Lengh) 4:1 ratio, with a distance to the alba line and between each stitch of ...

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Structured Exercise Programme and Abdominal Aortic Aneurysm Surgery

The UK has a national AAA screening programme. At the age of 65 men are offered a one off ultrasound test to look for a AAA. If their abdominal aorta is > 5.5 cm they are referred to a Vascular Surgeon. If the patients abdominal aorta is between 3 cm ...

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Early Debridement Within 24 Hours After Surgery for Wound Healing of Abdominal Incision

Wound healing after surgery is a complex procedure. Liquefaction of the fat and necrosis of inactivated tissue, as well as blood clots are always accumulated mostly within 24 hours after surgery. As such, early debridement within 24 hours after surgery might improve the healing of the wounds. This study is ...

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Perioperative Lidocaine and Ketamine in Abdominal Surgery

The investigators propose a prospective, randomized, double-blind, placebo-controlled clinical trial (RCT) with a factorial design. Adults 18 to 80 years old having elective inpatient open or laparoscopic abdominal surgery with general anesthesia lasting 2 hours or longer will be included in this study.

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Remote Ischemic Preconditioning in Patients Undergoing Acute Minor Abdominal Surgery

Remote ischemic preconditioning (RIPC) consists of cycles of forearm or leg ischemia and reperfusion by the inflation of a blood-pressure cuff over the systemic blood pressure for brief periods. The procedure is simple, safe and with no clear side effects. In clinical studies covering acute cardiology RIPC has effectively reduced ...

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Safety and Efficacy of 6% Hydroxyethyl Starch (HES) Solution Versus an Electrolyte Solution in Patients Undergoing Elective Abdominal Surgery

The aim of the study is to investigate the safety of a 6% HES (Hydroxyethyl Starch) solution (Volulyte 6%) versus an electrolyte solution (Ionolyte) in patients undergoing elective abdominal surgery.

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Can the Use of Ear Plugs and Eye Masks Help to Improve Sleep Quality After Major Abdominal Surgery?

The importance of good sleep has been gaining interest in critically ill patients as poor sleep has been found to be associated with increased rates of delirium, non-invasive ventilation failure, and may serve as a stressor to patients. The use of earplugs and eye masks to improve sleep quality has ...

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Safety and Efficacy of D-PLEX in the Prevention of Post Abdominal Surgery Incisional Infection

D-PLEX is a new formulation of extended controlled release of Doxycycline in the applied area for about 30 days. This study is aimed to assess the safety and efficacy of D-PLEX in prevention of post abdominal surgery incisional infection. Eligible and willing subjects will be randomly divided, in a single-blinded ...

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NSS-2 BRIDGE Device in Post-Operative Pain Management

Potential subjects (from both the prospective interventional and control groups) will be recruited in the pre-surgical clinic of Dr. David Bartlett once they are scheduled for major abdominal surgery. Patients will be asked for their interest in pursuing a research study that involves wearing a percutaneous, auricular field stimulator for ...

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Impact of Core Muscle Training on Incisional Hernia and Pain After Abdominal Surgery

The current practice to avoid incisional hernia, one of the most frequent complications following abdominal surgery, is to minimize core muscle activity in the postoperative phase. Therefore the patients are instructed not to bear or lift weights and to limit physical activities in the first 8-12 weeks after surgery. However, ...

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