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Brain Injury Clinical Trials

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


Found (8) clinical trials

Non-Opiate Treatment After Prenatal Opiate Exposure to Prevent Postnatal Injury to the Young Brain

In this current proposal, the research plan is based on our pilot study, which randomized infants with NAS to receive morphine or clonidine. The treatment groups were similar as to mean birth weight, gestational age, Apgar scores, and postnatal age at treatment. Infants enrolled had no other medical or surgical ...


Influence of Respiratory Gases Conditioning on Aerosol Delivery During Invasive Ventilation

The intention is to enroll a specific sample of intubated patients. To compare the effect of respiratory gas conditioning on lung deposition and considering the well-known influences of lung pathology on lung deposition, intubated patients with healthy lungs will be included. Postoperative neurosurgery ventilated patients respond perfectly to this criteria. ...

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Cognitive Abilities in Brain Damaged Patients

The presence of damage to the central and / or peripheral nervous system resulting from pathologies of a different nature (such as multiple sclerosis, Parkinson's disease, dementia, cranial trauma, stroke, epilepsy or other neurological syndromes) is commonly a cause of physical and mental disability. The presence of memory or language ...

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Noninvasive Brain Stimulation Training

Introduction TMS is a non-invasive neuronal stimulation of surface areas of the brain that since its introduction in 1985 has been frequently used in neurology as a diagnostic and research tool. TMS uses magnetic fields to induce electrical currents that cross the nervous tissue depolarizing neurons, and reproduced motions generated ...

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Rehabilitation of Visual Attention Following mTBI

Mild traumatic brain injury (mTBI) is one of the most commonly sustained combat-related injuries. Complaints of poor attention often follow mTBI and can become chronic in some individuals. Chronic attention complaints have traditionally been treated with cognitive rehabilitation by speech pathologists. Recent research has shown that computerized programs may add ...

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D-aspartate and Therapeutic Exercise

An important mechanism responsible for clinical recovery after neurological damage of different types is synaptic plasticity. Nervous tissue can enhance or de-energize inter-neuronal transmission at synaptic level in a lasting way. By increasing the efficiency of synaptic transmission, through long-term potentiation (LTP), it is possible to compensate for the loss ...

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Adapted Cognitive Behavioral Treatment for Depression in Patients With Moderate to Severe Traumatic Brain Injury

The primary aim of this study is to develop a highly acceptable, manualized treatment (CBTx-TBI) for MDD in patients with moderate to severe TBI. After developing the manual (Phase 1), a nonrandomized trial (Phase 2) will be conducted to test its acceptability and tolerability. Based on objective and qualitative feedback ...

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Preemie Hypothermia for Neonatal Encephalopathy

Most clinical studies of neonatal encephalopathy (NE) and potential interventions have focused on infants 36 weeks GA. Although many interventions have been suggested and assessed for prevention or palliation of NE, the only one currently supported by rigorous clinical evidence to improve outcome in human newborns has been hypothermia implemented ...