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Nerve Injury Clinical Trials

A listing of Nerve 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 (57) clinical trials

Must be receiving treatment for Radioculopathy Must be at least 18 years old Radioculopathy must be present for at least 3 months prior to first visit All patients will receive investigational medication, physical exams, laboratory tests, and compensation or time and travel  

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Traumatic Optic Neuropathy Treatment Trial 2

Patients with TON will be visited. After being eligible to enter the study and obtaining informed consent, they will be randomly assigned into 3 groups of different total dose of intravenous administration of EPO to which patients and outcome assessors will be masked. They will be assessed at different follow ...


A Real World Observational Registry of Chronic Wounds and Ulcers

This is a longitudinal, observational study of chronic wounds and ulcers treated at participating hospital based, outpatient wound centers. Data collection began in 2005. Structured data are collected at the point of care in the patient electronic health record and data from all patients at more than 100 wound centers ...

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Somatosensory Evoked Potential (SSEP) Monitoring for Detection of Intraoperative Positional Neuropraxia

General objectives The general objective of this study is to identify the causative insults during various kinds of cardiac surgeries. To attain this objective, we have three specific aims. Firstly, surgical insults such as excessive or asymmetric sternal retraction have long been regarded as the main causes of PNI. Therefore, ...

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Low Dose Dexamethasone in Supraclavicular Blocks

The investigators will evaluate the block-prolonging efficacy of dexamethasone 1 mg in supraclavicular blocks. The investigators will be answering essentially two questions. First, how long do supraclavicular blocks last when low dose dexamethasone is used as an adjunct. Only one study has looked at doses this low (Liu et al. ...

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Umbilical Cord Mesenchymal Stem Cells Transplantation to Patients With Spinal Cord Injury

Spinal cord injury(SCI) is a common severe traumatic central nervous system damage. And now the treatment of SCI is still a worldwide problem in clinic. How to improve the curative effect of SCI and restore the limb nerve function as far as possible are becoming the key problems in the ...


Electrical Stimulation to Enhance Peripheral Nerve Regeneration

Background Rationale: Surgical repair and nerve grafting are currently the standard treatment for nerve laceration. However, even with that, the functional outcome in patients with proximal nerve cut is often poor. In those cases, the surviving axons in the proximal nerve stump have already reached their capacity limit to sprout ...

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Patient-Controlled Anxiolysis With Dexmedetomidine (PCA-DEX) for Burn-care Dressing Changes

The primary aim of this pilot study is to establish the safety and feasibility of patient-controlled administration with dexmedetomidine for anxiolysis (PCA-DEX) during burn care dressings for patients with burn injury. The secondary aim is to determine the acceptability of PCA-DEX for anxiety symptom management by patients with burn injury ...


Comparison of Exercise Intervention Effects Following Lumbar Microdiscectomy

The direction of treatment for low back pain both surgically and conservatively seeks to improve function in both daily and sporting activities for all patients. The patients continuing to suffer from a significant level of pain, disability and reduced function following single level microdiscectomy may benefit from a multi-factorial approach. ...

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Conversion of Seddon III Nerve Injury to Seddon I/II Nerve Injury

To demonstrate more rapid and increased return of function by PEG-fusion compared to the best current nerve repair techniques. Neurorrhaphy is not new, being performed now for over 150 years much research has been performed. PEG-Axon fusion on the other hand is relatively new in mammals. Success has already been ...