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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.


Found (45) clinical trials

100% Whey Protein Based Diet In Enhancing Pressure Ulcer Healing.

A pressure ulcer is defined as an area of localized damage to the skin and underlying tissues caused by pressure, shear, friction, and/or a combination of these. The most common sites for pressure ulcers are the sacrum, heels, ischial tuberosities, greater trochanters, and lateral malleoli. In Singapore, the prevalence of ...

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Fluid Immersion Simulation (FIS) System Versus Air Fluidized Bed (AFB) System for Pressure Ulcers

Secondary Objectives: Compare the complication rate in each treatment group during the acute postoperative period (2 weeks). Comparisons of the inflammatory and bacterial microbiomes of pressure ulcers following surgical therapy. Comparisons of baseline patient characteristics and their relationship to both early and late pressure ulcer recurrence, and complication rates. Assessment ...

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Pressure Ulcers in Patients Receiving Enteral Nutrition Therapy and Their Relationship With Gut Microbiota

Participants will be randomly assigned to the experimental group where they will be given enteral nutrition formula rich in zinc and arginine plus a symbiotic (Probinul- Ca.Di.GROUP S.r.l.) once a day for 90 days or the control group where they will receive only the enteral nutrition formula rich in zinc ...

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Early Detection of Pressure Induced Tissue Damage by Infrared Spectroscopy (ODP) Device

During pressure injuries formation early sub dermal bio signal appear. By applying infrared spectroscopy at a suspicions injury site on the human body and obtaining a reflected infrared light infrared allows to determine early formation of a pressure injury/

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Negative Pressure Wound Therapy With Instillation of Saline Solution Versus Collagenase Ointment in Grade 3 or Higher Pressure Ulcers.

This study evaluates changes in wound bed surface area of clean, healthy viable tissue in subjects with Grade 3 or higher pressure ulcers using negative pressure wound therapy with instillation of saline solution versus a collagenase ointment.

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