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OOsteeklo, Belgium Clinical Trials

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

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Found (335) clinical trials

A Prospective Evaluation of Natriuretic Peptide Based Referral of CHF Patients in Primary Care

In the majority of European countries, the primary management of chronic heart failure patients is performed by General Practitioners in collaboration with cardiologists (specialists). Previous studies have shown that many patients suffering from CHF do not receive optimal pharmacological and/or device treatment for their disease. An increase in natriuretic peptides ...

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1.6 miles

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Pressure Ulcer Incidence Cat. II+ on a Static Air Mattress: a Multicenter Cohort Study in Nursing Home Residents at Risk

Pressure Ulcers are a serious and common problem for residents admitted to long-term care facilities and community care patients. They represent a major burden to patients, carers and the Healthcare system, affecting approximately 1 in 20 community patients. International guidelines recommend the use of pressure redistribution support surfaces, systematic patient ...

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3.7 miles

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A 4 Year Combination Therapy of Growth Hormone and (GnRH) Agonist in Children With a Short Predicted Height

Estrogens are responsible for the disappearance of growth cartilage in the long bones at the end of the pubertal growth spurt both in boys and in girls. It is therefore hypothesized that stopping pubertal development and hence estrogen production, will prolong and increase the pubertal growth spurt, especially when growth ...

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8.76 miles

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The Implantation Under Echography of Fiducial Markers in the Intraprostatic Lesion and Prostate

Implantation of fiducial markers in the prostate and daily check of the positioning during radiotherapy based on the implanted fiducial markers

Phase N/A

8.76 miles

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International PFO Consortium

Background The prevalence of patent foramen ovale (PFO) is about 25% in the general population and approximately 40% in patients who have ischemic stroke of unknown cause (cryptogenic stroke). Given the large number of asymptomatic patients, no primary prevention is currently recommended. On the contrary, secondary prevention is very important. ...

Phase N/A

8.76 miles

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Influence of Corticoids on Renal Function in Cardiac Surgery

Hypothesis: Corticoid treatment in cardiac surgery works renal protective. Study design: Randomized, double blind trial in which one group of patients will receive methylprednisolone and the other group (control) will receive placebo NaCl 0.9%.

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8.76 miles

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Trial Comparing Prone and Supine Intensity-modulated Radiotherapy (IMRT) After Breast-conserving Surgery in Patients With Large Breast Volume at High Risk for Skin Toxicity and Fibrosis

84 patients with a cup size C or more will be randomized to receive intensity-modulated radiotherapy in supine or prone position.

Phase N/A

8.76 miles

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Studying Blood Samples in Young Patients With Cytopenia After a Donor Stem Cell Transplant

OBJECTIVES: Primary - To study hematopoietic chimerism in whole blood and different cell populations (i.e., CD14, CD15, CD 56, CD3, and CD19) as well as in dendritic cells and regulatory T cells after allogeneic hematopoietic stem cell transplantation with reduced intensity conditioning in patients with refractory cytopenia. - To compare ...

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8.76 miles

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Calcineurin Inhibitor (CNI) Versus Steroid Cessation in Renal Transplantation

Methodology: - A 5-year, multicentre, prospective, randomized, open-label, controlled study - Group 1: Simulect + cyclosporine + Myfortic + steroid stop at 3 months - Group 2: Simulect + cyclosporine (decrease dose in one week at month 3 and replace by everolimus) + Myfortic + steroid maintenance. - In both ...

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8.76 miles

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Complement Activation During Hemodialysis in Atypical Hemolytic Uraemic Syndrome as Underlying Kidney Disease

Atypical hemolytic uraemic syndrome is caused by defects in the regulating factors in the alternative pathway of the complement system. Triggering can cause an uncontrolled complement activation with endothelial damage and thrombotic micro-angiopathy, especially in the kidneys. This can result in endstage renal failure. Complement activation during hemodialysis has been ...

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8.76 miles

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