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Dhaka, Bangladesh Clinical Trials

A listing of Dhaka, Bangladesh clinical trials actively recruiting patients volunteers.

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Found (55) clinical trials

PTM202 for the Treatment of Environmental Enteric Dysfunction (EED)

The purpose of this study is to assess the effectiveness of PTM202 in treating environmental enteric dysfunction.

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Immunity to Human Cholera in Bangladesh

The purpose of this study is to investigate protective immunity to human cholera in Dhaka, Bangladesh. Immune responses to Vibrio cholerae are poorly understood and have not been extensively studied in an endemic setting such as Bangladesh. Understanding systemic and mucosal immune responses that influence the outcome of infection with ...

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Human Milk Oligosaccharides and Childhood Diarrhoea

The trial is single site, double blind, randomized of HMO addition (1.5 g /day) to standard of care in paediatric diarrhoea patients. HMO application and follow-up of the children at home will be done for 2 weeks. Control patients receive only the standard of care (ORS plus zinc). A breastfed ...

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Management of High Bleeding Risk Patients Post Bioresorbable Polymer Coated Stent Implantation With an Abbreviated Versus Prolonged DAPT Regimen

The study objective is to determine in a high bleeding risk patient population undergoing PCI under standardized treatment (within current guidelines and instructions for use and including the bioresorbable polymer coated Ultimaster sirolimus-eluting stent), whether abbreviated DAPT is non-inferior to prolonged DAPT regimen in terms of NACE within 12 months, ...

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The International Polycap Study 3 (TIPS-3)

Cardiovascular disease (CVD), cancers and osteoporosis collectively make up the largest disease burden globally. CVD is the major cause of death and disability and affects about half of the population over their lifetimes. Cancers are a leading cause of death and it accounts for 13.0% of all deaths. The commonest ...

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Maternal Cognitive Function and Neurobehavioral Development of Underprivileged Children

Child development consists of several interdependent domains of sensory-motor, cognitive-language, and social-emotional function. Children's development is affected by psychosocial and biological factors through changes in brain structure and function, and behavioral changes. Experiences in the first few years of life are of particular importance because vital development occurs in all ...

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Effectiveness Trial to Evaluate Protection of Pregnant Women by Hepatitis E Vaccine in Bangladesh.

Hepatitis E virus (HEV) infection is endemic in Bangladesh, causing severe or fatal complications in pregnant women. This GLOBVAC funded project aims to assess the safety, feasibility, acceptability, immunogenicity, effectiveness, and cost-effectiveness of the HEV vaccine (Hecolin, Innovax, China) when given women of childbearing age in a rural area in ...

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Risk of Tuberculous and Other Infections in Patients of Spondyloarthritis Treated With Tofacitinib in Bangladesh

Spondyloarthropathies (SpA) are non curable, diseases of young subjects, treatment failure leads to marked functional disability, higher rates of morbidity, mortality and poor quality of life. Effective drugs may not be safe in different geographic backgrounds. Bangladesh is a TB endemic country so patients are at risk of TB and ...

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Neuroprotective Effect of Vitamin B12 and Vitamin B6 Against Vincristine Induced Peripheral Neuropathy

Acute Lymphoblastic Leukemia (ALL) is an emerging health burden for Bangladesh. It is anticipated that about 20 million people are going to be affected annually by 2025 in countries currently on developmental transition. Good prognostic outcome of ALL relies on uninterrupted and complete course of chemotherapy. About 85% of adult ...

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Antibiotics for Children With Severe Diarrhoea

Although the current World Health Organization (WHO) recommended management package for acute diarrhoea (ORS, zinc and feeding advice) has contributed to significant reductions in diarrhoea associated mortality, over half a million children continue to die annually as a result of acute diarrhoeal episodes. In addition, rates of mortality in young ...

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