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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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Converting Elderly Kidney Transplant Recipients From Tacrolimus to Envarsus to Limit Neurological AE and Improve QOL

Tacrolimus (Prograf) is a calcineurin inhibitor that is widely used in all types of solid organ transplants. However, one of the major limitations in using tacrolimus are the adverse effects that significantly reduce a transplant recipient's quality-of-life (QOL). These QOL reducing AEs associated with tacrolimus include post-transplant diabetes mellitus, neurotoxicity, ...

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Comparison of Two Techniques of Renal Pre-transplant Infusion on the Evolution of Renal Function in the Recipient

Both machines differ in their operation: the LifePort machine manufactured by the "Organ Recovery System (ORS)," says renal perfusion by maintaining a continuous perfusion pressure that is adjustable, while the Waves machine company "Medical Waters" assures infusion maintaining a controlled pulsatile flow. Both machines are now available but the investigators ...

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Characterization Of the Intestinal Microbiome Evolution After Kidney Transplant Donation or Receipt

The emergence of multidrug resistant organisms (MDROs) is a growing threat to global public health and is associated with high morbidity and mortality in both the general and solid organ transplant population. Intestinal microbiota diversity can provide functional and spatial barriers to bacterial and fungal MDRO colonization, and loss of ...

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Evaluation of Immunobiogram as a Tool in Adjustment of Immunosuppressant Therapy for Renal Transplant

Rejection in renal transplants is a major problem unsolved in the long term, as 30-50% of patients lose their kidney due to rejection, or rejection mechanisms are involved elsewhere. One of the presumed key factors that may deliver such bad outcomes is the difficulties to personalise immunosuppressive treatment; a medical ...

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The Kidney and The Brain Study - Assessment of Cognitive Impairment in Advanced CKD

Aims of the proposed research Primary Objective: To test the feasibility of performing serial detailed neurocognitive assessments in patients before during and after the period of commencing RRT for End-Stage Kidney Disease Secondary Objectives: Estimate cross-sectional and longitudinal variability in a novel battery of neurocognitive assessments amongst participants in transition ...

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High Dose Therapy Followed by Autologous Transplantation for Myeloma Patients With Severe Renal Impairment

RI is associated with poor prognosis and short median survival (32 months vs 55 months for MM patients with normal renal function). Thus, RI remains a major challenge for hematologists, including decisions on optimal anti-myeloma therapy, potential dialysis, supportive care and quality of life. The combination of a proteasome inhibitor ...

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Prevention of Human Papillomavirus (HPV) Infection in Paediatric Kidney and Liver Transplant Recipients and in Paediatric Patients With Advanced Chronic Kidney Disease

Due to their immunosuppressive therapy, solid-organ transplant (SOT) recipients bear a 10 to 100 times higher risk of human papillomavirus (HPV)-associated malignancies than healthy individuals. The objectives of this observational, non-interventional multi-national, multi-centre research project are to gain an insight into current HPV vaccination strategies and to investigate the immune ...

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Effect of Preoperative Beta Blocker Use Postoperative Renal Function in the Patients Undergoing Liver Transplantation

Since beta blockers have been shown to reduce portal venous pressure in 1980, the nonselective beta blocker (NSBB) has been widely used for the last 25 years as the primary treatment for portal hypertension. NSBB, such as propranolol and nadolol, has been shown to reduce cardiac output through 1 -receptor ...

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A Follow up Study of Patients Treated With Imlifidase Prior to Kidney Transplantation

The rationale for the current protocol is to collect data from extended follow up in subjects that have received a kidney transplant following imlifidase dosing to provide a better understanding regarding the long-term outcome for these subjects. Data of parameters such as patient and graft survival, comorbidity, treatment of rebound ...

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Evaluation of Kidney Function by Multi-modal Magnetic Resonance Imaging and Spectroscopy

Early and specific detection of dysfunction in kidney diseases and differential diagnosis of potential complications in the renal allograft are fundamental to initiate appropriate treatment. In addition, determination of renal function may reveal physiological mechanisms that may prove useful for future therapeutic procedures. Currently, used methods to access renal function ...

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