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Pressure Ulcer Clinical Trials

A listing of Pressure Ulcer 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 (21) clinical trials

ACTICOAT for the Treatment of Burns and Chronic Wounds

The aim of the study is to evaluate participant reported quality of life, safety, and overall performance with ACTICOAT in a clinical setting. ACTICOAT is a silver coated antimicrobial barrier wound dressing for the treatment of a variety of wound types. It is widely used in routine clinical practice within ...

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Efficacy and Safety of Medifoam and Betafoam in Pressure Ulcer

As the primary objective, the percentage of completely healed patients and the time to complete healing will be assessed after applying the study device, MedifoamⓇ or BetafoamⓇ, for 12 weeks to pressure ulcer patients. In addition, the pressure ulcer size reduction rate over 12 weeks will be evaluated. Patients will ...

Phase N/A

The Effects of BAY1193397 on Skin Capillary Blood Flow and Transcutaneous Oxygen Pressure

The purpose of the study is to analyse skin blood flow in diabetic patients with peripheral artery disease. The patients receive a single dose of placebo, 1 mg BAY1193397, and 5 mg BAY1193397. The analysis of safety and tolerability are secondary objectives of this study.

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Evaluation Of An Advanced Borderless Dressing

Some wounds are very slow to heal. Keeping moisture at the right level in a wound is very important, so wounds are almost always kept covered while they are healing. There are many different dressings that can be used to cover a wound. These dressings have different capabilities in handling ...

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Hematopoietic Stem Cell Therapy in Chronic Wounds Using a Pressure Sore Model

Aim of the study: Evaluation of feasibility, safety and potential effects of stem cells on chronic wounds using a pressure sore model. Clinical relevance: - Accelerated healing of uncomplicated wounds - Enhanced healing of complicated (chronic, non-healing) wounds Study design: - Prospective controlled phase I/II study - Cohort of 5 ...

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The Analysis of Skin Temperature by Long Wave Infrared Imaging to Determine Its Effectiveness as a Predictor of Tissue Injury

The Trillennium Medical Imaging system will be used to gather skin temperature data on 100 subjects. The subjects will be enrolled from Duke North floors 8100 or 8300 in a prospective controlled trial. All eligible patients who have signed a consent form will be assessed using the Long Wave Infrared ...

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Obtaining and Storing Standard of Care Wound Biopsies for Immediate or Future Wound-Related Scientific Study

The criteria for considering a wound biopsy in a given patient are a chronic wound (venous leg ulcer, diabetic foot ulcer, decubitus ulcer) that has been present for over two (2) months and has failed to progress towards healing (less than 20% decrease in size over 2-week period of time). ...

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Registry Trial of the Effectiveness of Platelet Rich Plasma for Chronic Non-Healing Wounds

The proposed investigation is designed to solicit a large number of patients (N=1,500) with non-healing wounds (Diabetic Foot Ulcers, Venous Ulcers, or Pressure Ulcers) that have not responded to standard wound care in the previous 30 days or more. A prospective, interventional, single-blinded, controlled, registry trial will be used. Data ...

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Wound Management for Sacral Pressure Ulcers With Necrotic Tissue

Pressure ulcers on the sacral area will be applied with either a wound debridement product or a wound moisturizer product plus a gentle wound dressing to manage wound closure over a 2-3 week period of treatment.

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Effectiveness of Autologous Platelet Rich Plasma in the Treatment of Chronic Non-Healing Wounds

This is a multicenter randomized controlled trial, with a single-blind parallel design. 1,500 subjects are planned to enroll in the study. Each subject will be assigned to the treatments in random order. The stratified permuted block randomization method will be applied to the patient assignment. In addition to three study ...

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