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Lier, Belgium Clinical Trials

A listing of Lier, Belgium clinical trials actively recruiting patients volunteers.

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Found (5) clinical trials

A Randomized Controlled HD-tDCS Trial: Effects on Tinnitus Severity and Cognition

This randomized, placebo-controlled study will compare the effects of HD-tDCS (a non-invasive neuromodulation technique) with a sham stimulation. In the sham situation, patients will undergo an identical treatment but no stimulation will be applied, allowing to control for placebo effects. This study will assess the effects of HD-tDCS on chronic, ...

Phase N/A

6.0 miles

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Moderato System in Patients With Hypertension

Protocol CS-03 Ver 1.1 (NCT02837445) was amended at the advice of the Scientific Advisory to protocol CS-03 Version 3.0 with more stringent hypertension inclusion criteria and different observation intervals for efficacy and safety. In CS-03 Version 3.0 the time of the primary efficacy endpoint was reduced from 6 months to ...

Phase N/A

9.1 miles

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Study to Evaluate Safety and Antiviral Activity of Doses of JNJ-53718678 in Children (>=28 Days to <=3 Years) With Respiratory Syncytial Virus Infection

JNJ-53718678 is an investigational respiratory syncytial virus (RSV) specific fusion inhibitor and is under development for the treatment of RSV infection, which results in an upper and/or lower respiratory tract illness. The primary hypothesis of this study is that JNJ-53718678 has antiviral activity against RSV (that is, results in a ...

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9.1 miles

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Identifying the Time Course of Functional Walking Recovery After Stroke: A Rehabilitation Cohort

In this study, the researchers aim to investigate the time course of walking recovery in a repeated-measurement design. Through measuring recovery with impairment- and activity-scales, as well as lab-based analyses of standing/walking performance, they are able to delineate between the restitution of 'normal' (i.e. pre-stroke) movement patterns and the use ...

Phase N/A

9.57 miles

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Exoskeleton-assisted Training to Accelerate Walking Recovery Early After Stroke

In a multi-comparison trial, the researchers aim to investigate the post-stroke brain's responsiveness to training as a function of time. The concept of a critical time window for rehabilitation heavily relies on pre-clinical evidence. For example, in mice reaching ability improved only if rehabilitative training is initiated 5 or 14, ...

Phase N/A

9.57 miles

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