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Herning, Denmark Clinical Trials

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

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Found (27) clinical trials

Continued Versus Discontinued Oxytocin Stimulation of Labour

Randomisation When the orificium 6 cm, regular painful contractions (3 per 10 minutes) and rupture of membranes participants will be randomised in a 1:1 ratio to either the control (continued Syntocinon) or intervention (discontinued Syntocinon) group using an Internet-based randomisation programme. The randomisation can only be performed when the woman …

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Antibiotic Resistance in Danish EDs.

The spread of multiresistant bacteria is an increasing problem which will mean increased costs, morbidity and mortality in the coming years. Emergency departments (ED) play a key role in the early identification and management of patients who are carriers of multiresistant bacteria, but today there is very limited knowledge about …

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Efficacy and Safety of Novel Treatment Options for Adults With COVID-19 Pneumonia

The study is a randomized, double blinded, placebo-controlled, multicenter, multi-stage study with six parallel treatment arms consisting of either convalescent plasma, sarilumab, hydroxychloroquine, baricitinib, intravenous and subcutaneous placebo, or oral placebo. We plan to enroll 250 patients in each arm, with a total of 1500 patients yielding a statistical power …

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The Role of Surgery of the Primary Tumour in Patients With Synchronous Unresectable Metastases of Colorectal Cancer

The clinical benefit of resection of the primary tumour in patients with synchronous unresectable metastases is not known. In the literature studies usually describe retrospective selected patients with synchronous metastases treated with or without resection of the primary tumour. All these studies are biased in patient selection and there are …

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The Conservative vs. Liberal Approach to Fluid Therapy of Septic Shock in Intensive Care Trial

BACKGROUND Septic shock is common, often lethal, costly, and associated with prolonged suffering among survivors and relatives. Traditionally, intravenous (IV) fluids are used to optimise the circulation, and the use of higher volumes is recommended by international guidelines. There is, however, no high-quality evidence to support this. In contrast, data …

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DANHEART (H-HeFT and Met-HeFT)

The present study is testing in a combined design to types of drugs in patients with chronic heart failure: 1) Hydralazine in combination with isosorbide dinitrate (BiDil) and 2) Metformin hydrochloride. The study is double blind, placebo controlled. The first hypothesis is that hydralazine in combination with isosorbide dinitrate can …

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Handling Oxygenation Targets in the Intensive Care Unit

Acutely ill adults with hypoxaemic respiratory failure admitted to the intensive care unit (ICU) are at risk of life-threatening hypoxia, and thus oxygen is administered. However, the evidence on the optimal level of oxygenation is of low quantity and quality with no firm evidence for benefit or harm. Importantly, liberal …

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Mobile Phones in Cryptogenic Stroke Patients Bringing Single Lead ECGs to Detect Atrial Fibrillation

Rationale: A standard work-up of stroke patients to identify a cause of stroke consists of Computed Tomography (CT), CT angiography of head and neck arteries, transthoracic echocardiography, 12-lead 10-seconds electrocardiogram (ECG), blood tests and 24-hour ECG monitoring. A stroke is called "cryptogenic" if no cause can be determined after standard …

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Development and Evaluation of a Patient Safety Model

Preventing deterioration in acute patients is of great interest internationally. Studies demonstrate that clinical deterioration can be measured up to 24 hours before a heart arrest or intensive care admission in the vital signs. Therefore, the health services have implemented early warning systems to detect deterioration and critical illness. Despite …

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Agents Intervening Against Delirium in Intensive Care Unit

Delirium among critically ill patients in the intensive care unit (ICU) is a common condition associated with increased morbidity and mortality. No evidence-based treatment exist of this condition. Haloperidol is the most frequently used agent to treat ICU-related delirium, but according to the available literature there is no firm evidence …

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