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Kidney Transplantation Clinical Trials

A listing of Kidney Transplantation 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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Impact of the Use of Remote Monitoring in the Follow-up of the Renal Transplant Patient.

Transplant Centers are facing new organisational challenges with regards to the growing number of patients they have to follow-up. We have developed and assessed the feasibility of using a novel web application permitting a medically-tailored follow-up of stable renal transplanted outpatients: Ap'TELECARE. This novel approach is likely to facilitate the ...

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Pneumococcal Conjugate Vaccine in Aging Renal Transplant

Objectives / Specific Aims Normal aging is characterized by changes in the immune system that result in increased susceptibility to infections, poor response to new vaccine antigens, loss of protection offered by previous vaccinations and decreased immune surveillance. Despite the chronic inflammation associated with immunosenescence, the aging population is living ...

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Comparison Thymoglobulin and Grafalon

This is a prospective, multicenter, observational, non -interventional study with comparison with an historical cohort Investigators will compare the efficacy and safety of Thymoglobulin (Sanofi-Aventis) versus Grafalon (Neovii, previously ATG-Fresenius) in renal transplantation by evaluating patient survival, graft survival, delayed graft function, acute rejection, DSA occurrence and toxicities, various infections ...

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Veloxis de Novo Kidney Transplant ECSWD

This study is designed to evaluate the safety and efficacy of LCPT in combination with rATG, mycophenolate and early corticosteroid withdrawal (CSWD) in de novo kidney transplant recipients.

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Sitafloxacin and Ertapenem Treatment for Acute Urinary Tract Infection Caused by E. Coli or K. Pneumoniae in Post-kidney Transplantation Patients

A prospective randomized controlled trial of patients with a presumptive diagnosis of acute urinary tract infection caused by Extended Spectrum Beta Lactamase-producing Escherichia coli or Klebsiella pneumoniae in Post-kidney transplantation. Intravenous (IV) antibiotic is initially given to all patients. After day 3, patients were randomized to receive either oral sitafloxacin ...

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Transplantation Using Hepatitis C Positive Donors A Safety Trial

The investigators aim to transplant 40 recipients with end-stage organ disease (20 lung, and 20 other organs) using organs from HCV+ donors. Lungs to be used for transplantation will be exposed to ex vivo lung perfusion with use of ultraviolet C light during perfusion if clinically indicated for lung-related outcomes ...

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Glucose Disorders Induced by Tacrolimus on Pre Transplantation Endstage Renal Disease Patients

Diabetes after kidney transplantation is a frequent complication, the incidence of which varies from 7 to 45% depending on the studies and on the diagnostic criteria used. Post-transplant diabetes is an early complication, most often occurring in the first month after transplantation. In addition to the additional health costs generated ...

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Drug Interaction Study of Apixaban With Cyclosporine or Tacrolimus in Transplant Recipients

Solid organ transplantation is a lifesaving option for many patients with end-stage organ disease. After transplant surgery, patients must take immunosuppressive therapy, which carries significant risk for drug-drug interactions and adverse medication-related events. Transplant recipients are at an increased risk for co-morbidities traditionally managed with warfarin, such as venous thromboembolism ...

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IVIG/Rituximab vs Rituximab in Kidney Transplant With de Novo Donor-specific Antibodies

Although recent advances in immunosuppressive regimens after kidney transplantation (KT) have reduced the incidence and consequences of T-cell-mediated rejection (TCMR) and have improved short-term outcomes, long-term allograft loss attributable to AMR is still responsible for substantial medical and socioeconomic burdens in kidney transplant recipients. Numerous studies have shown that de ...

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