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Allergies & Asthma Clinical Trials

A listing of Allergies & Asthma 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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Found (79) clinical trials

Participation is simple: Attend 2 visits over 2 weeks. Complete a simple breathing test on an investigational device designed to assess asthma.

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Qualified participants will receive: Study-related medication at no cost Study-related medical exams at no cost Compensation for time and travel

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EMPOWER-1: A Multi-site Clinical Cohort Research Study to Reduce Health Inequality

This multi-centre real-world study will recruit patients across different National Health Service (NHS) sites based in England, where the overall patient population demographic profile is sufficiently variable to allow for meaningful representation of different ethnicities in the analysis of pooled data-sets. The study addresses the issue of health inequality and …

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The Role of Concomitant Diseases in Postoperative Complications Risk Stratification.

Advances in modern anesthesiology have significantly reduced the risk of anesthesia compared to the last century, however, the level of perioperative hospital mortality of planned operations at the moment is on average about 0.5% (ISOS group, 2016). Weiser et al. (2016) estimated that more than 313 million adults worldwide are …

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The Correlations of FeNO Blood Eosinophils and Lung Function in Well-controlled Asthma

This is a single prospective trial. Enrollment will continue until 50 patients with well controlled asthma have been entered into this trial and have completed blood tests and spirometry. In this trial, the following parameters are to be evaluated: Blood eosinophils (absolute and relative) FeNO Pulmonary lung function test: FEV1, …

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AQI and Childhood Asthma: an Intervention

Over 3 million US children with asthma reported at least one attack in the prior year. Poorly controlled asthma is a major cause of suffering, school absences, loss of caregiver productivity, and healthcare costs (estimated as ~$80 billion/year). Over half of children on controller medication are not well controlled, due …

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Sample Collections From the Airways of Asthmatic Patients

This tissue procurement protocol proposes to perform bronchoscopy with bronchoalveolar lavage, bronchial brushings, and bronchial wall biopsies as well as to collect samples of sputum, exhaled breath condensates and blood, in order to evaluate the molecular mechanisms underlying the pathogenesis of airway inflammation, airway hyperresponsiveness, and airway remodeling in asthmatic …

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Bronchial Asthma and Diabetes: Impact on Bronchial Inflammation and Exercise Capacity

The basic therapy for asthma treatment involves the use of corticosteroids that can lead to the development of glucose intolerance and to the onset of diabetes. Moreover, several works in literature highlight the fact that patients with diagnosis of both asthma and diabetes have a scarcer glycaemic control, a reduced …

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Childhood Asthma Perception Study

Under-perception of asthma symptoms in children is a major risk factor for emergency department visits, hospitalizations, and near-fatal/fatal asthma attacks. Puerto Rican and Black children have greater asthma morbidity and mortality rates than all other racial/ethnic groups. Interventions targeting asthma symptom perception and medication adherence may help close this asthma …

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Role of Genetic Factors in the Development of Lung Disease

This study is designed to evaluate genetic mechanisms of lung disease by surveying polymorphic genes involved in respiratory function and examining gene expression in the lung cells of individuals with pulmonary disease (e.g., alpha 1-antitrypsin deficiency, asthma, chronic obstructive pulmonary disease, cystic fibrosis, sarcoidosis, history of infection, and genetic mutations …

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