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Chest Trauma Clinical Trials

A listing of Chest Trauma 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 (78) clinical trials

Effects of MRSA Bactericidal Gel To Promote Healing and Eliminate MRSA in cSSTI Vancogel(TM)

Over a prior preliminary 33 month study I have found negative cultures at the end of one week of treatment and have had microbiological studies establishing the same MIC zones in culture media greater than 15mm over a 33 month time frame. The microbiological and HPLC studies are completed at ...

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Suturing With U-Technique Versus Un-Reapproximated Wound Edges During Removal of Closed Thoracostomy-tube Drain

Background: Closed thoracostomy tube drainage or chest tube insertion is one of the most commonly performed procedures in thoracic surgery. There are several published evidence-based guidelines on safe performance of a chest tube insertion. However, there is absence of any prospective controlled trial or systematic review, that scientifically proves the ...

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Probiotic Prophylaxis for Microbiome Modulation and VAP or Infections Prevention in Multitrauma Patients

The oropharyngeal swab will be collected on days 1, 3 and 7 after ICU admission and upon the occurrence of VAP or other infection. Nonbronchoscopic bronchoalveolar lavage (BAL) using a protected catheter will be collected on day 3 after ICU admission and upon the occurrence of VAP. Whole blood sample ...

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TRANexamic Acid to Reduce Bleeding in BURN Surgery

The first aim of the study is to demonstrate that tranexamic acid help limit blood loss and reduces the use of blood products. Secondary objectives are to evaluate impact of tranexamic acid on mortality, success of skin grafts and occurrence of deep vein thrombosis or myocardial infarction.

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Effect of Giving Reduced Fluid in Children After Trauma

Aggressive fluid resuscitation has been the cornerstone of early post-operative and trauma management for decades. However, recent prospective adult studies have challenged this practice, linking high volume crystalloid resuscitation to increased mortality, cardiopulmonary, gastrointestinal and hematologic complications. A retrospective study the investigators recently performed at their quaternary-care children's hospital echoed ...

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The Effects of Meditation and Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy on Chronic Wounds

Each year, Community Care Access Centers (CCAC) provide long-term wound care for over 22,000 patients in Ontario, with numbers steadily increasing with the aging population. In Ontario, the cost of community care for lower leg ulcers has been estimated at over $500 million per year. This does not include the ...

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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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Orthosis of Acute Traumatic Rib Fractures Via RibFx Belt for Pain Alleviation and Improved Pulmonary Function

The purpose of this study is to ascertain whether the use of next generation rib orthosis belts (such as the RibFx) can improve patient outcomes following traumatic rib fractures within our population, whether it be by improving pain control, decreased respiratory complications, or increased patient satisfaction. The investigators hypothesize that ...

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Relieving Acute Pain (RAP) Study

Overview We will screen 500 patients from the Shock Trauma Center to recruit a total of 159 (53 per arm) to participate in a pilot study aimed at reducing use of opioids. Participants will meet all of the eligibility criteria and none of the exclusion criteria. After enrollment, participants will ...

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Comparison of Transcutaneous and Epidural Spinal Stimulation for Improving Function

The purpose of this study is to determine the optimal method for delivering spinal stimulation to improve walking in people with incomplete spinal cord injury. By directly comparing non-invasive transcutaneous (TransQ) stimulation with implanted epidural stimulation, investigators hope to guide the field toward the most beneficial method for restoration of ...

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