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La Roche sur Yon, France Clinical Trials

A listing of La Roche sur Yon, France clinical trials actively recruiting patients volunteers.

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Found (147) clinical trials

Nivolumab With Gemcitabine Oxaliplatin + Rituximab in r/r Elderly Lymphoma Patients

International, multicentre, randomised, open-label, treatment optimisation study, preceded by safety run-in phases conducted for B-cell and T-cell lymphoma separately.

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Study of the Analgesic Effect of the Perineal Infiltration of Ropivacaine 0.75% Versus Placebo in Post-episiotomy Perineal Pain

Episiotomy is a common obstetric gesture (20 to 30% of deliveries by the low route). In postpartum, perineal pains associated with episiotomy are common, about 70% on D7 and persistent 13% at 5 months. Most studies of obstetrical analgesia have focussed on pain during labor or following a caesarean section. ...

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QUALIOR Feasibility and Efficacy of a Supervised Home-based Standard Physical Exercise Program

This phase II-III study will randomize (2:1) patients starting first-line OTT for metastatic cancer between an individualized SPEP supervised by a personal coach, and recommended physical exercises via a booklet. Eligible patients will have received 2 lines of metastatic chemotherapy, ECOG PS 2, controlled pain (VAS <3/10), and life expectancy ...

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Impact of the Nurse Visit on Observance of the Intake of Oral Carcinological Treatment in the Elderly

The increasingly used oral anticancer treatments allow the patient to reduce treatment and social constraints to reduce hospitalization costs. The counterpart is a decrease in the monitoring of the correct intake of drugs and the detection of side effects. These two risks are major in the elderly, due to comorbidities, ...

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Treatment of Patients With Early Septic Shock and Bio-Adrenomedullin(ADM) Concentration > 70 pg/ml With ADRECIZUMAB

This is a double-blind, placebo-controlled, randomized, multicenter proof of concept and dose-finding phase II study using two doses of ADRECIZUMAB in patients with early septic shock and a bio-ADM plasma concentration at admission of > 70 pg/ml. "Early" septic shock is defined as a life-threatening organ dysfunction due to dysregulated ...

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Comparison of Two Techniques of Renal Pre-transplant Infusion on the Evolution of Renal Function in the Recipient

Both machines differ in their operation: the LifePort machine manufactured by the "Organ Recovery System (ORS)," says renal perfusion by maintaining a continuous perfusion pressure that is adjustable, while the Waves machine company "Medical Waters" assures infusion maintaining a controlled pulsatile flow. Both machines are now available but the investigators ...

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Staphylococcus Aureus Surgical Site Infection Multinational Epidemiology in Europe

This is a retrospective multinational, multicenter cohort study with a nested case-control. The study includes all surgical procedures performed at a participating site to prevent bias. Data will be assessed in two populations. Cohort population: Export of electronic file data on demographics, surgical procedure ICPM code, duration of procedure, American ...

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STEP: Proglide Versus Femoseal : A Trial to Compare the Efficacy of Arterial Closure Devices Following Endovascular Peripheral Arterial Procedures

Over the past years, arterial closure systems have tended to replace manual compression to ensure hemostasis at femoral artery puncture points. Arterial closure systems reduce hemostasis and patient immobilization times, thus enabling early resumption of walking. These devices have contributed extensively to the development of outpatient stays for cardiology, vascular ...

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Combining MRI Steatosis Assessment and Transient Elastography to Improve Liver Fibrosis Diagnosis in Non Alcoholic Fatty Liver Disease

No alcoholic fatty liver disease (NAFLD) is induced by an abnormal build up of fat in the liver. It can induce liver damage, namely fibrosis, which leads to cirrhosis and an increased risk of liver cancer. The diagnosis of liver fibrosis is thus critical to identify patients at risk. Liver ...

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The Effect of Subcutaneous Immunoglobulin Gammanorm on the Distribution of IgG Subclasses and on Immunity of Patients With Secondary Immunodeficiency

Patients with Myeloma or CLL with severe secondary hypogammaglobinemia and recurrent infections will be included in this study; for whom an IgSC treatment was prescribed. The IgSC prescription will be the decision of the treating physician. Patient care and follow up will be performed according to the current clinical practice ...

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