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Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada Clinical Trials

A listing of Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada clinical trials actively recruiting patients volunteers.

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Found (296) clinical trials

Apixaban for the Reduction of Thrombo-Embolism in Patients With Device-Detected Sub-Clinical Atrial Fibrillation

Device-detected sub-clinical atrial fibrillation (SCAF) is a new disorder that has been recognized since the availability of implantable devices capable of long term continuous heart rhythm monitoring. It is characterized by one or more runs of rapid atrial arrhythmia detected by the device without symptoms and without any clinical atrial ...

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MOre REsponse on Cardiac Resynchronization Therapy With MultiPoint Pacing

This study is designed as a prospective, randomized, multi-center trial. Data will be collected at enrollment, baseline, implant procedure, patient classification, 6 months and 12 months of follow-up. During the 6-month visit, the patient's response to CRT will be evaluated according to LVESV reduction. Patients with an LVESV reduction of ...

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Apixaban for the Prevention of Venous Thromboembolism in Cancer Patients

Patients holding a malignancy have a 7 to 28-fold higher risk for venous thromboembolism (VTE) than non-cancer patients(1). Since most cancer patients are currently treated in the outpatient setting, an acute episode of VTE has important implications on their care due to its effects on reduced life expectancy, high rates ...

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Ceramic-on-Ceramic (COC) 36mm Acetabular Bearing Insert Post Approval Study-New Subjects (COC36mmPAS)

Up to 10 (up to 5 original IDE + 5 new sites) A prospective, non-controlled, non-randomized, multicenter study. Subjects will be seen for a clinic visit pre-operatively at the time of consent, (-90 days to surgery) and then at post-operatively at 6 weeks (1-92 days), 1 year (275-455 days), 2 ...

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Study of Sacral Fractures Using Patient Based and Objective Outcomes

There is wide variation in the current treatment of pelvic ring trauma. This divergence in practice patterns includes the use of either operative or non-operative care for the same fractures. Sacral fractures are the most commonly observed posterior pelvic ring injury and comprise up to 75% of cases reported at ...

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Living Kidney Donor Study

Transplantation is the preferred treatment option for patients with kidney failure. Compared to dialysis, patients who receive a transplant have a substantial reduction in the risk of death, an improved quality of life, and decreased health care costs. The demand for kidneys has resulted in long waiting lists for deceased ...

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Testing the Developmental Origins Hypothesis

INTRODUCTION: Growing evidence shows that reduced fetal growth rate is associated with adult cardiovascular risk markers (e.g., obesity) and disease, and evidence worldwide indicates that this relationship is independent of birthweight. The leading theory describes 'developmental programming' in utero leading to permanent alteration of the fetal genome. While those changes ...

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Study Comparing Surgical Treatment Versus Non-surgical Treatment of Ulnar Fractures

Ulnar diaphyseal, or "nightstick", fractures are uncommon, but fraught with complications (Pollock et al., 1983; Grace & Witmer, 1980, Atkin et al., 1995) and may prevent return to work (Atkin et al., 1995). 3 systematic reviews have concluded that there is insufficient evidence to guide treatment of isolated ulnar shaft ...

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Femoroacetabular Impingement RandomiSed Controlled Trial

Femoroacetabular impingement (FAI) is a condition of the hip where there is a mismatch of the ball and socket in the hip joint. This mismatch creates abnormal contact in the hip which can cause patients to experience hip pain. This can eventually lead to hip damage and osteoarthritis. Hip arthroscopy, ...

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Minocycline in Acute Spinal Cord Injury (MASC)

The objective of this study is to assess the efficacy of IV minocycline in improving neurological and functional outcome after acute non-penetrating traumatic spinal cord injury (SCI). The primary hypothesis is that intravenous minocycline twice daily (800 mg initial dose tapered to 400 mg by 100 mg at each dose ...

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