Hearing Loss Clinical Trials

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Natural History Study of ATP1A3-related Disease

An observational study aiming to study the natural history of a UK-wide patient cohort with ATP1A3-related disease.

  • 14 Jun, 2022
  • 1 location
Pervasive Sensing and AI in Intelligent ICU

Important information related to the visual assessment of patients, such as facial expressions, head and extremity movements, posture, and mobility are captured sporadically by overburdened nurses, or are not captured at all. Consequently, these important visual cues, although associated with critical indices such as physical functioning, pain, delirious state, and …

  • 25 Nov, 2021
  • 1 location
Deep Phenotyping of Hearing Instability Disorders: Cohort Establishment, Biomarker Identification, Development of Novel Phenotyping Measures, and Discovery of Therapeutic Targets

Background Disorders of hearing instability (HI) are poorly characterized and ineffectively treated. HI can cause fluctuations in hearing thresholds and speech understanding. Researchers want to use a specialized form of magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) and blood tests to learn more about HI. Objective To characterize a cohort of people with …

  • 27 Jul, 2022
  • 1 location
Postual Control in Pediatric Chiari I Malformation

BACKGROUND: Chiari I malformation is a rare disease characterized by cerebellar amygdalae descent under the level of the foramen magnum. It causes troubles in cerebrospinal fluid circulation and direct compression on brainstem, producing characteristic headaches, neurological impairment and syringomyelia. Surgery is the only treatment, indicated when symptomatology exists. However, sometimes …

  • 27 Jan, 2021
  • 1 location
CONNECT-ME: Consciousness in Neurocritical Care Cohort Study Using fMRI and EEG (CONNECT-ME)

Detecting preserved consciousness in brain-injured patients by traditional clinical means requires presence of motor function. Otherwise, patients may be erroneously classified as being in a vegetative state. In order to circumvent the need for motor function, paradigms using functional magnetic resonance imaging (fMRI) and electroencephalography (EEG) have been developed. According …

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acute brain injuries
  • 25 Feb, 2022
  • 1 location