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A, Woolloongabba N Clinical Trials

A listing of A, Woolloongabba N clinical trials actively recruiting patients volunteers.


Found (626) clinical trials

Exoneuromusculoskeleton for Upper Limb Rehabilitation After Stroke

A new robotic arm, named mobile exo-neuro-musculo-skeleton, was developed for upper limb rehabilitation. The system integrated the advantages of exoskeleton, soft robot, and neuromuscular electrical stimulation. It is noninvasive, light in weight, comfortable to wear, and can support the motions at the elbow, the wrist and the fingers. The device ...

Phase N/A

Home-based Intervention to Test and Start

Research aim: The primary aim of the home-based intervention to test and start (HITS) trial is to establish whether (i) the provision of two micro-incentives and (ii) a male-sensitive and HIV-specific decision support app will reduce population-level HIV viral load and HIV-related mortality in men, as well as population-level HIV ...

Phase N/A

Three Restorative Protocols in MIH: a Randomized Controlled Clinical Study

Molar-Incisive Hipomineralization (MIH) is defined as a qualitative change in tooth enamel of systemic origin, which affects one or more permanent first molars, and may or may not involve permanent incisors. MIH has several clinical repercussions, such as presence of hypersensitivity, difficulty in local anesthesia, reduction of restorations longevity, among ...

Phase N/A

Individualized Positive End-expiratory Pressure Evaluation Using the Intratidal Compliance-volume Profile in Children

The investigators assess the changes in respiratory compliance according to different levels of positive end expiratory pressure (PEEP) in children under general anesthesia. In addition, the investigators evaluate the intratidal compliance-volume profile at each PEEP level and determine the optimal PEEP level during anesthesia.

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Investigation of the Instant Tooth Whitening Effect of a Silica Toothpaste Containing Blue Covarine

Participants are recruited by advertizing in several public areas in Aarhus, Denmark. Written and oral information on the study is provided, eligibility criteria are checked, and informed consent is given by the participants. The upper front teeth of the participants are cleaned with pumice and a rubber cup by operator ...

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Clinical Evaluation of the Safety and Efficacy of a 1060nm Diode Laser (Abdomen)

Open-label baseline controlled evaluator-blind multi-centre study evaluating a 1060nm diode laser for non-invasive fat reduction of the abdomen. The study will enrolled up to 50 subjects requesting non-invasive lipolysis of the abdomen. Each subject will receive a single study treatment which takes approximately 25 minutes. Subjects will be followed at ...

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The Effect of Exercise on Recent Onset Low Back Pain in the Emergency Department

Low back pain (LBP) is the leading contributor to years lived with disability and an important contributor to healthcare costs and time off work. Exercise is effective for chronic low back pain, but there is a lack of evidence to inform whether exercise in the emergency department is effective for ...

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Feasibility of an Activity Regimen in Patients With Advanced Stage Lung Cancer

The investigators will evaluate the feasibility of implementing a low-intensity, patient-centered activity regimen (PCAR) that prioritizes education and communication over a 12-week period in advanced stage lung cancer patients. The primary outcomes will include number of patients increasing their overall step count over the study period and adherence to step ...

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Efficacy and Safety of Balloon Guide Catheter in Mechanical Thrombectomy Patients

With mechanical thrombectomy now representing standard of care for treatment of acute ischemic stroke secondary to large vessel occlusion, identifying adjunctive techniques that result in improved outcomes for patients with LVO has become an issue of increasing importance. A number of retrospective studies have demonstrated that flow arrest during the ...