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Transplant Rejection Clinical Trials

A listing of Transplant Rejection 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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VIRTUUS Children's Study

Advances in immunosuppressive regimens have significantly improved short-term allograft survival for kidney transplant recipients. Yet, long-term allograft survival remains static. For children with end-stage renal disease (ESRD), improvements in long-term outcomes are greatly needed. Children with ESRD require multiple transplants over a lifetime, incurring repeated surgical and immunological risks with ...

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MRI in Renal Transplantation

Kidney transplantation remains the optimal therapy for patients with end stage kidney disease and is associated with significant improvements in life expectancy and quality of life compared to subjects receiving dialysis. Despite significant advances in our understanding of the immune system and development of drugs to prolong transplant function, a ...

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Budesonide for Liver Transplant Immune Suppression

Enrollment of Subjects: All consecutive patients undergoing liver transplant (LT) at the University Of Cincinnati Transplant Center will be screened for enrollment upon admission for transplant surgery. Subjects will be approached after permission from attending on record by one of the members of research team. Study rationale, procedures, different interventions, ...

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Urine CXCL10 Monitoring Trial in Kidney Transplant

This is a Phase II-III multi-center prospective randomized controlled clinical trial of incident adult renal transplant patients. Patients will be screened for eligibility (n485) and n420 will be enrolled and undergo post-transplant surveillance with urinary CXCL10. Two hundred and fifty patients deemed at high risk for rejection based on a ...

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Extended Release Tacrolimus vs. Twice-Daily Tacrolimus

Kidney transplantation is the treatment of choice for most patients with end-stage renal disease. Lifelong immunosuppressive therapies are required to prevent organ rejection. However, long term exposure to immunosuppressive therapy after kidney transplantation can place patients at risk for multiple adverse events. The optimal immunosuppressive therapy is not well established. ...

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Prospective Cohort of Kidney Transplanted Patients Receiving an Extended Releasing Tacrolimus-Everolimus Association

The tacrolimus-Everolimus association is used as an immunospressive treatment after a kidney transplant. It combined immunosupressive properties of both products and reduce the nephrotoxicity of tacrolimus by lowering the dosage. The commercialisation of a new extended release Tacrolimus pharmaceutical form and the lack of information justify a modality of use ...

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Goal of Open Lung Ventilation in Donors

Deceased organ donors are maintained on life support including mechanical ventilation during the time between brain death and organ procurement. The optimal mode of mechanical ventilation for deceased organ donors has not been definitively established. Since deceased organ donors may develop atelectasis leading to impaired oxygenation, an open lung protective ...

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Surveillance of Allograft Rejection After Intestinal Transplantation Using Endoscopy

Study design This cohort study was conducted prospectively and approved by the ethics committee of Far Eastern Memorial Hospital (IRB No. FEMH-105023-F). Consecutive patients who received IT between November 2016 and September 2017 were enrolled. The inclusion criteria were as followings: post-IT patients older than 7-year-old, and with informed consent ...

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Clinical Significance of Community-acquired Respiratory Virus Infection and Longitudinal Analysis of the Lung Microbiome in Lung Transplantation

Title:Clinical Significance of Community-acquired Respiratory Virus Infection and Longitudinal Analysis of the Lung Microbiome in Lung Transplantation. Background:Infection affects the short-term prognosis of patients with lung transplantation and chronic lung allograft dysfunction(CLAD) limits their long-term survival.It is important to provide more theoretical support for early diagnosis and treatment of acute ...

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