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Tai, China Clinical Trials

A listing of Tai, China clinical trials actively recruiting patients volunteers.


Found (23) clinical trials

International Guillain-Barr Syndrome Outcome Study

GBS is a post-infectious immune-mediated polyradiculoneuropathy with a highly diverse clinical course and outcome despite partially effective forms of treatment(immunoglobulins and plasma exchange). Outcome in patients with GBS has not improved in the last two decades. At present about 10 to 20% of patients remain severely disabled and about 5% ...

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Effects of Meditative Movement (Qigong/Tai Chi Easy) on Fatigued Breast Cancer Survivors

Patients with breast cancer often report fatigue and other associated symptoms that persist for months, even years, after treatment ends. In a recent pilot study of Qigong/Tai Chi Easy (QG/TCE, a low-intensity form of Meditative Movement), fatigued breast cancer survivors experienced greater improvements in fatigue (medium effect size, .56); compared ...

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Brain Connectivity and Response to Tai Chi in Geriatric Depression

The proposed randomized trial aims to investigate neural mechanisms of brain connectivity when comparing response to TCC to health and wellness education classes using fMRI biomarkers of emotional regulation and cognition. Control group will include health wellness education programs (HEW) that will help to control for the non-specific social support ...

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Comparing Effects and Neural Mechanisms of Tai Chi and Light-to-Moderate Intensity Aerobic Exercises

Leukoaraiosis prevails in middle-aged and older adults with cardiovascular risks. People with more severe leukoaraiosis would have greater risks for stroke, dementia, and disability. Tai Chi and aerobic exercises both can reduce cardiovascular risks; however, it remains unknown whether these two types of exercises also could prevent leukoaraiosis and associated ...

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Effectiveness of Tai Chi Training on Metabolic Syndrome

PURPOSE/OBJECTIVE: Metabolic syndrome (MetS) is a serious public health problem in Hong Kong and worldwide. Older adults, the age group with the highest prevalence of MetS, may prefer specific exercise modalities that are suitable for their regular participation to manage MetS. This project aims to evaluate the effectiveness of Tai ...

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Pegylated Somatropin (PEG Somatropin) in the Treatment of Children With Growth Hormone Deficiency

To evaluate the safety and efficacy of PEG Somatropin Injection in the treatment of children with growth hormone deficiency, as well as to study the feasibility of extending the dosing intervals (once per two weeks) of PEG Somatropin Injection.


The Use of an Oral Mixture of Arginine Glutamine and Beta-hydroxy-beta-methylbutyrate for Treatment of Pressure Ulcers

All patients would be assessed by a dietitian to ensure them receiving nutritional support of at least 30 kcal/kg/day and of at least 1.2 g/kg/day of protein regardless of feeding method. During the study period, vitamin C and zinc supplement would not be given. Nutritional supplement other than that provided ...

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The Efficacy of Tai Chi Training for the Prophylaxis of Migraine in Chinese Women

Migraine is a disabling neurological condition, characterized by attacks of headache and associated symptoms such as photophobia, nausea, and vomiting. In Hong Kong, the overall prevalence is around 12.5%. People with repeated migraine attacks are pain and personal suffering, have impaired social and personal life, and increased financial cost of ...

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The Impact on Recurrence Risk of Adjuvant Transarterial Chemoinfusion (TAI) for Patients With Hepatocellular Carcinoma And Microvascular Invasion (MVI) After Hepatectomy : A Random Controlled Stage III Clinical Trial.

To compare The Impact on Recurrence Risk of Adjuvant Transarterial Chemoinfusion (TAI) for Patients With Hepatocellular Carcinoma And Microvascular Invasion (MVI) After Hepatectomy.