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8000 Aarhus, Denmark Clinical Trials

A listing of 8000 Aarhus, Denmark clinical trials actively recruiting patients volunteers.

Found (327) clinical trials

Targeted Therapeutic Mild Hypercapnia After Resuscitated Cardiac Arrest

Cardiac arrest is a common and catastrophic event with substantial human and financial costs. It is well understood that cardiac arrest leads to brain injury. However, what is not widely appreciated is that, after circulation has been restored, cerebral hypoperfusion continues. Ongoing cerebral vasoconstriction and cerebral hypoxia has been demonstrated …

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Shortened Antibiotic Treatment of 5 Days in Gram-negative Bacteremia

Introduction: Prolonged use of antibiotics is closely related to antibiotic-associated infections, anti-microbial resistance and adverse drug events. The optimal duration of antibiotic treatment for Gram-negative bacteremia (GNB) with a urinary tract source of infection is poorly defined. Methods and analysis: Investigator initiated multicenter, non-blinded, non-inferiority randomized controlled trial with two …

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MOdified Urinary Conduit to Lower Strictures After radIcal Cystectomy

Cystectomy is the chosen treatment of bladder cancer in 400 cases every year in DK. In replacement of the removed bladder, a urinary diversion is constructed using 15cm of terminal ilium (Ad Modum Bricker). Ureteral strictures are diagnosed in 15% of the cystectomized patients, and these patients are at increased …

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Evaluation of Patients After Cardiac Surgery: Novel Ultrasound Parameters for Quantification of Renal Perfusion & Analysis of Phenylephrines' Effect on Invasive Haemodynamics and Echocardiographic Measures

To investigate the influence of PEEP (Positive end-expiratory pressure), changes in preload (patient position) and changes in afterload (phenylephrine) on ultrasound measures of renal perfusion in patients after uncomplicated cardiac surgery. To investigate the effects of phenylephrine on both invasive measures of the systemic- and pulmonary circulation and, secondarily, to …

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Effect of Combinations of Paracetamol Ibuprofen and Dexamethasone on Patient-Controlled Morphine Consumption in the First 24 Hours After Total Hip Arthroplasty

Multimodal pain management is essential for recovery after surgery, aiming to target different pain mechanisms to minimize opioid usage and opioid-related adverse effects. Evidence for benefits and harms of various non-opioid analgesic combinations is, however, nearly non-existing, and large-scale trials are urgently needed. Recently, the investigators have demonstrated that combining …

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The Neuroinflammatory Response and Biomarkers in Acute Traumatic Spinal Cord Injury

TSCI is an incurable condition with devastating consequences. The physical, psychosocial and financial implications in addition to a variable recovery and an uncertain prognosis have a profound impact on quality of life.The pathophysiology of TSCI is dual consisting of a primary injury and a secondary injury. The immediate trauma to …

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Development of the Danish Prospective Sarcoidosis Registry and Baseline Characteristics of a Danish Sarcoidosis Cohort

Development of a Danish Sarcoidosis Registry. Characterization of a cohort of sarcoidosis patients with respect to the baseline epidemiological characteristics, comorbidities, radiology, histopathology, diagnostic investigations and treatment.

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Validation of King's Sarcoidosis Questionnaire in a Danish Population

The King's Sarcoidosis Questionnaire (KSQ) is a brief questionnaire assessing health status in patients with sarcoidosis. The KSQ was previously validated in English German and Dutch. KSQ will be translated into Danish and validated in a Danish sarcoidosis population.

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Prediction of the Effect of Fluid Administration Using Arterial Pressure and Ventilator Data During Abdominal Surgery

It is well known, that patients with circulatory impairment sometimes, but not always, benefit from intravenous fluids. Predicting if a fluid administration will improve circulation is therefore of substantial clinical interest. Ventilator treatment induces cyclic variation in blood pressure due to interaction between the lungs and the heart. This variation …

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Balloon Lithoplasty for Preparation of Severely Calcified Coronary Lesions

Severely calcified coronary stenoses are difficult to treat with percutaneous coronary intervention (PCI) using current techniques. Severe calcifications make it difficult to sufficiently prepare lesions before stenting, to advance stents, and to achieve full stent expansion. There is increased risk of vessel dissection and perforation with angioplasty on severely calcified …

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