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Oulu, Finland Clinical Trials

A listing of Oulu, Finland clinical trials actively recruiting patients volunteers.

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Found (27) clinical trials

Operative Correction of Rectus Muscle Diastasis (ARD): the Effect on Low Back Pain and Movement Control

Abdominal diastasis recti (ADR) persists after pregnancies in one third of women. Traditionally plain ADR has been managed conservatively. There is some evidence that ADR reduces abdominal integrity and functional strength, contributing to pelvic instability and back pain. However, patients are referred to a surgeon mainly because of some other …

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ACCURATE Trial - Operative Treatment of Acute Rotator Cuff Tear Related to Trauma

Rotator cuff tear is a very common and disabling condition that can be related to acute trauma such as falling on the shoulder. A tear is associated with symptoms such as pain in abduction, abduction weakness and night pain. Rotator cuff tear surgery is a well-established form of treatment in …

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PRELOOP Trial: Synthetic Versus Biological Mesh for Prevention of Incisional Hernia After Loop-ileostomy Closure

Incisional hernia after loop-ileostomy closure may be an underestimated problem. Research on both biological and synthetic mesh in this context is scarce and no randomized controlled trials comparing meshes exist. The aim of this study is to compare Parietene Macro and Permacol in prevention of incisional site hernia after temporary …

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Quality of Perioperative Invasive Ventilation in PICU

20 neonates and infants undergoing elective surgery and requiring postoperative treatment and follow up in PICU or in pediatric anestesiology clinic, will be included in this prospective observational study. Swisstom BB2-monitor and NeoSensorBelts will be used to monitor their ventilatory care from arrival to the operation room (prior intubation) to …

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A Study of Perioperative Oral Nutritional Support for Patients Having Surgery for Colon Cancer Peri-Nutri

The hypothesis in this study are: Perioperative ONS decreases surgery related morbidity Perioperative ONS increases the quality of life after surgery Perioperative ONS decreases the length of stay in institutional care Perioperative ONS decreases 90-day mortality and improve 5-year survival Perioperative ONS benefits the patients to tolerate the adjuvant chemotherapy …

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An Innovative Approach Towards Understanding and Arresting Type 1 Diabetes (INNODIA)

This is a longitudinal observational study of the relationship between measures of -cell function, genotype, immunological phenotype and potential environmental factors over time, in individuals with new onset T1D or first degree relatives at higher risk for T1D due to the presence of auto-antibodies. It is a multicentre international study …

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Safety of Spinal Anesthesia in Patients With Tibial Shaft Fracture

For some of the patients RA may be even more safe than GA. According to a large meta-analysis RA reduces the risk of several complications versus GA. Risk of deep vein thrombosis is reduced by 44% Risk of pulmonary embolism is reduced by 55 % Risk of major bleeding is …

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Brain Oxygenation During Prehospital Anesthesia: an Observational Study

Brain oxygenation of adult patients undergoing prehospital emergency anesthesia is monitored using noninvasive near-infrared spectroscopy. Patients are afterwards interviewed to define neurological outcome to measure quality of life. The purpose of this study is to reveal the risk factors of prehospital anesthesia related cerebral desaturation events (CDE) and to define …

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Tonsillotomy or Follow-up in PFAPA Syndrome

Children with periodic fever, aphthous stomatitis, pharyngitis, adenitis (PFAPA) -syndrome diagnosis will be randomised either to tonsillotomy (partial tonsillectomy) or 3 months follow up. In both groups the symptoms are monitored with symptom diaries. At follow up visit 3 months after randomisation the children from either groups with ongoing symptoms …

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Estimation of the Minimal Important Difference and Validation of Foot and Ankle Instruments

Patients who are waiting for foot and ankle surgery are recruited from four large referral centers (Peijas Hospital, Seinjoki Central Hospital, Central Finland Central Hospital, Oulu University Hospital). Participants fill in foot and ankle-specific, generic and sosiodemographic questionnaires on the day of surgery, 6 months after surgery, and 6 months …

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