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Fecal Incontinence Clinical Trials

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


Found (30) clinical trials

Treatment of Incontinence Associated Dermatitis - Automated

Incontinence and incontinence associated dermatitis (IAD) are common problems. A recent CDC study noted that up to 50% of noninstitutionalized patients aged 65 and older experienced episodes of incontinence at least monthly, and that 40% of those with incontinence develop secondary IAD The treatment of IAD is focused on effective ...

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Diet and Fecal Incontinence in Senior Women

Study Procedure: Visit Schedule Visit 1(Baseline visit): Following consent, the study coordinator will obtain participant's demographic data including age, race/ethnicity, body mass index. Data on medical comorbidities, surgical history and medications known to be associated with FI will be collected. The participant's severity of FI will be measured using the ...

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Neuromodulation for Accidental Bowel Leakage

The overarching goal of this randomized clinical trial is to determine if PTNS is more effective than sham PTNS for the treatment of FI in women after 12 weeks of treatment and 1 year after initiating treatment. This is a two-part trial with a Run-In Phase prior to randomization. The ...

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Pelvic Floor Dysfunction and Its Influence on Body Image and Sexual Function

The first objective to determinate the prevalence of pelvic floor dysfunction in pregnant women and in the first year postpartum. The second objective is to assess the anatomical (both clinical and ultrasound), demographic and obstetric variables in symptomatic women and their association with pelvic floor dysfunction, sexual function and Body ...

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Comparison of Anorectal Manometry and 3D Manometry in Diagnosis of Functional Disorders in Children

Patients enrolled in study will be investigated by both types of anorectal catheters, first by anorectal high resolution flexible, thinner, solid-state catheter and after that with rigid, thicker, solid-state catheter. Both procedures will be undertaken during one session. There will be used standard protocol of the procedure that measures conventional ...

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Fecal Incontinence Treatment (FIT) Study

This is an unmasked, multisite, randomized, parallel group study comparing the effectiveness of three treatments [BIO; SNS; and INJ] for moderate to severe FI: Baseline: Patients will keep a daily symptom diary for two weeks to (a) document that they meet the minimum frequency required for inclusion in the study ...

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Pursuit: Real World Use of the Eclipse System

Up to 150 subjects enrolled, in up to 25 sites. Population of all adult female patients with Fecal Incontinence (FI) who present at, or are identified at, participating sites are eligible. This includes patients who are newly prescribed Eclipse, and those already using Eclipse who return for an annual renewal ...

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Assessment of Faecal Incontinence With MAPLe

This is cohort study of participants with symptoms of faecal incontinence. The study will take place across two hospital trusts, Ashford and St Peter's NHS Foundation Trust (ASPH) and University Hospital London Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust (UCLH). These trusts have been selected as both provide specialist pelvic floor services and ...

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Fat Grafting Technique for Fecal Incontinence

The purpose of this study is to evaluate reconstructive lipoplasty with micro-fragmented autologous adipose tissue (Lipogems) in female patients with fecal incontinence. Our hypothesis is that placing approximately up to 90 cc of Lipogems will yield an effective increase in surviving material (over normal fat injection) due to the refinement ...

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Mind Over Matter: Electronic Bladder and Bowel Continence Self-management Program

More than half of patients hospitalized with serious illness rated urinary and bowel incontinence as a state worse than death in a 2016 JAMA (The Journal of the American Medical Association) internal medicine study - worse than relying on a breathing machine, being unable to get out of bed, or ...

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