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Kobenahvn O, Denmark Clinical Trials

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

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Found (8) clinical trials

An Upcoming Clinical Study to Measure the Safety and Impact of a Drug Called Macitentan in Teenage and Adult Fontan Patients.

The aim of this open-label (OL) trial is to study the long-term use of macitentan for up to 2 years in Fontan-palliated adult and adolescent patients beyond the 52 weeks of treatment in the parent RUBATO double-blind (DB) study (AC-055H301, NCT03153137). This OL trial studies the long-term effect of macitentan …

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Repurposing Colchicine to Improve Vascular Function in Hypertension

In this project w the potential beneficial effect of the drug colchicine on vascular reactivity and blood pressure is evaluated. Colchicine is a commonly used anti-inflammatory medication approved for the treatment of gout, Familial Mediterranean Fever and pericarditis in Denmark. The current project idea is based on accumulating evidence in …

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The Role of Serotonin in Compulsive Behavior in Humans: Underlying Brain Mechanisms

Previous studies have shown that 5-HT is strongly implicated in compulsive behaviours in experimental animals. Manipulation of 5-HT influences neuronal interactions underlying action selection. Reduced forebrain 5-HT causes perseveration and impairs goal-directed behaviour under reward but not punishment. Dysfunctional 5-HT neurotransmission has also been implicated in Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder (OCD) based …

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Effects of Whey and Collagen on FFM Muscle Strength and Wound Healing in Elderly Surgical Patients

The purpose of the study is to compare the effect of whey protein and collagen on fat free mass, muscle strength, functional ability, wound healing and life quality in elderly patients undergoing elective knee- or hip surgery (defined as elective knee- or hip arthroplasty). The patients are admitted at the …

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Percutaneous Coronary Intervention Versus Medical Treatment for Stable Angina Pectoris

Ischemic heart disease (IHD) is a major cause of death and disability worldwide. Patients with ischemic heart disease and symptoms due to lack of oxygen to the heart on exertion (stable angina pectoris) are usually treated by either percutaneous coronary intervention (PCI) or optimal medical therapy (OMT) alone. In patients …

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A Study to Evaluate Safety and Tolerability of Different Doses and Efficacy of PQ912 in Subjects With MCI and Mild AD

In the parallel group dose finding part of the study the first 90 subjects will be randomized 1:1:1 between PQ912 300 mg BID, 600 mg BID, and placebo. When the 90th patient has completed the week 24 treatment visit, the DSMB will decide on the dose of PQ912 to be …

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Motivators and Barriers for Physical Activity in Patients With Minor Stroke

Little is known about motivators and barriers for physical activity after hospital discharge for patients with a minor stroke or TIA. These patients have few and temporary symptoms and are therefore discharged early from the hospital or seen in a outpatient TIA clinic. Standard treatment are preventive medication and advice …

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HIP Fracture REhabilitation Programme

Little is known about the effect of an intersectoral rehabilitation intervention aiming at reducing the decrease in Activities of Daily Living (ADL) ability for elderly with hip fractures. Despite positive surgical outcomes, one-quarter dies within a year after surgery, around eight percent are readmitted to hospital, and just one-third regain …

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