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Chronic Bronchitis Clinical Trials

A listing of Chronic Bronchitis 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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Comparison of 3 Methods to Assess Inhalation Technique

Asthma and chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD) are common respiratory diseases. Inhaled therapy is the cornerstone of treatment in these two diseases. However, a significant proportion of patients with asthma and COPD do not use their inhalers properly. Experts recommend that in patients with obstructive lung diseases, inhalation technique and …

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Tocilizumab for the Treatment of Cytokine Release Syndrome in Patients With COVID-19 (SARS-CoV-2 Infection)

PRIMARY OBJECTIVE: I. To decrease the length of invasive mechanical ventilation (MV) and rate of 30-day mortality from CRS due to SARS-CoV-2. SECONDARY OBJECTIVES: I. To decrease the rates of intensive care unit (ICU) transfer. II. To decrease the rate of invasive mechanical ventilation (MV). III. To decrease the length …


Singing for Health: Improving Experiences of Lung Disease (SHIELD Trial)

Singing for lung health (SLH) is a novel approach intended to improve the health status of people with respiratory disease. In group sessions, a trained singing leader teaches vocal techniques, which improve breathing control and posture, in the context of an enjoyable non-disease related activity. Initial pilot studies and qualitative …

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Low-load Blood Flow Restriction Training in COPD

Peripheral muscle weakness is a predominant problem in patients with COPD and treated using exercise training in pulmonary rehabilitation. Despite pulmonary rehabilitation being an effective intervention, muscle strength impairment is a persisting problem in COPD patients. Patients have problems to tolerate the high training loads, which are necessary to develop …

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Short Arm Human Centrifuge Therapeutic Training and Rehabilitation (GRACER1)

The patients will be randomly assigned to the short arm human centrifuge training (SAHC intervention), standard of care (SOC training) or a passive control. The SAHC intervention consists of 3 sessions per week. The session duration is 1 hour. The intervention will last 3 months. Aiming to estimate the minimum …

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Saline vs Hypertonic Serum With Respiratory Physiotherapy in a Recurrent Wheezing Patient

Once each patient legal guardians has signed the informed consent document and it has been verified that the inclusion criteria are met, participants will be assigned the same identification number (ID) that is related to its Clinical History (CH) by simple coding; custody of the file with the relationship of …

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Effects of HIIT in Tolerance to Exercise of Individuals With HF and Coexisting COPD

INTRODUCTION: The complexity of the pathophysiology of heterogeneous diseases such as heart failure and obstructive pulmonary disease causes a different approach to these diseases or with a view as much as a better understanding of the same situations, with which the clinical profile of patients who are associated with an …

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Steroid Dosing by bioMARker Guided Titration in Critically Ill Patients With Pneumonia

This is a two-arm single-center pilot phase II clinical trial. Patients will be screened at the time of hospital admission and will be required to be enrolled within the clinical trial within 48 hours of hospital admission. In the individualized, biomarker-concordant arm, all patients will receive steroids once at the …


Effects of Immunonutrition in Patients With Pneumonia

Immunonutrition has a well-documented beneficial effect on surgical patients by strengthening the immune system and reducing the following: inflammation, the number of infections as well as hospitalization time. A study in operated patients demonstrated the benefit of immunonutrition by reducing unwanted inflammation, measured by the pro-inflammatory signalling protein, interleukin-6. The …

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Automation of Oxygen Delivery in Spontaneous Ventilation (FreeO2) in Infants

This is a multi-center, randomized, open-controlled, multicentre trial. Patients will be included after a compendium of informed and express consent from both parents. They will then be randomized either in the "FreeO2" arm or in the "manual" arm for Oxygen therapy with manual flow adjustment. The SpO2 will be recorded …

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