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Digestive System Neoplasms Clinical Trials

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


Found (45) clinical trials

Prediction of Intra-abdominal Infectious Complication by Drainage Fluid Analysis

Intra-abdominal infectious complications such as anastomotic leakage are the most feared but common complications after gastrointestinal surgery. In our previous study, a nomogram model was established to predict intra-abdominal complications after gastrointestinal surgery. This model was based on the clinical data and the drainage fluid cytokine levels, and it received ...

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Perioperative Palliative Care Surrounding Cancer Surgery for Patients & Their Family Members

The components of surgeon palliative care team co management practices will include Time, Education, Assessments, and Multi disciplinary (TEAM) element. Time; At least 60 minutes/month (per patient and caregiver preference) devoted to palliative care treatments for the patient and family Education - Patients and family members, per their desires and ...

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Indocyanine Green Fluorescence Imaging in Prevention of Colorectal Anastomotic Leakage

This is a randomized, controlled, parallel, multicenter trial to determine the difference in post-operative anastomotic leakages in colorectal surgery, where anastomosis perfusion is evaluated using indocyanine green fluorescence imaging as an addition to standard surgical practice compared to surgical practice alone.

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Observatory of the Quality of Surgical Procedures for Digestive Cancers

Surgery for digestive cancers is managed according to quality standards, validated by the scientific community. Despite the diffusion of these standards through the benchmarks of good practice, the results of the surgery remain disparate. In many countries, this "inequality of opportunity" has justified the establishment of quality assurance systems to ...

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A Clinicobiological Database in Metastatic Digestive Cancers

Digestive cancers account for 30% of all cancers. The most common of these colorectal cancer (CRC) is the third most common cause of cancer in the world. In the metastatic phase, patients with digestive cancers generally benefit from medical treatment based on cytotoxic chemotherapy, which can be combined with targeted ...

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Improving the Quality of Life of Cancer Patients Through a Perioperative and Coordinated Nutrition and Physical Care Program.

Then, the investigators hypothesize that the combination of perioperative nutrition and mobilization program coordinated andrealized by dieticians and physiotherapists, with the Nutrimus follow-up booklet, would improve the post-operative evolution of patients and reduce their postoperative comorbidities. This management, initiated at the consultation of anesthesia, would include an accurate nutritional diagnosis, ...

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Effects of Immunonutrition (Impact Oral ) in Patients Undergoing Surgery for Gastrointestinal Cancer

The present protocol describes a randomized, active-controlled, open labelled study in which either IMPACT Oral or Enteral Nutrition Emulsion(TPF-T) will be given to surgical patients for 5 days before surgery and 7 days after surgery. Both of the study products include immunonutrition, but the nutrient proportion is different. Prealbumin, C-reaction ...

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EHR-embedded OCDT in Breast or GI Cancer

For patients with advanced breast or gastrointestinal cancer prescribed Oral Cancer Directed Therapy. Participants will complete ePRO clinic for all medical oncology scheduled provider appointments during the study period per standard practice Participants between clinic visits, will be asked to complete the oral weekly survey at home via the mobile ...

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Association Between Perioperative Nutritional Status and Surgical Outcome in Digestive System Cancer Patients

Primary Questions What is the relationship between the preoperative nutrition status and the postoperative nutrition status in gastrointestinal cancer patients ? Secondary Questions What is the relationship between malnutrition during preoperative and postoperative stages, compared with postoperative complications? OBJECTIVE : The objective of this study is to study the association ...

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Sensitivity and Specificity of NGS in Detecting bMSI in Patients With Gastric Duodenal and Small Intestinal Cancer

NGS can not only detect tissue samples, but also blood samples. For some inoperable cancer patients, the acquisition of tissue samples is difficult and traumatic. It is of great significance for the diagnosis and treatment of these patients to determine MSI status by blood testing. In addition, the heterogeneity of ...

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