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Le Chesnay Cedex, France Clinical Trials

A listing of Le Chesnay Cedex, France clinical trials actively recruiting patients volunteers.

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Found (15) clinical trials

Natural History of Pompe Disease

Study aim: The principal objective of the study is to find biomarkers and clinical criteria that correlate with the disease progression. Methods Clinical information will be obtained according to a pre-defined protocol including six visits: screening visit, visit at baseline, visits at 6 months, 12 months, 18 months and 24 ...

Phase N/A

3.05 miles

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Exploration of Angiogenesis in Decompensated Developmental Venous Abnormalities

The purpose of our study is to demonstrate by blood samples in situ in the vascular lesion (performed during any cerebral catheterization for an embolization of arteriovenous malformation) the existence of angiogenic growth factors and inflammatory factors that would confirm the decompensation of venous ischemia.

Phase N/A

5.06 miles

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Volatile Organic Compounds in Exhaled Air and Sweat of Patients Treated by Immunotherapy for Lung Cancer: Research on Biomarkers for Early Therapeutic Response

The study of volatile organic compounds (VOC) detected in exhaled air or in sweat, is an innovative research area for respiratory diseases. The volatolomic analysis can be done either by the technique of the mass spectrometry which allows the identification of each VOC in the exhaled air or by the ...

Phase N/A

5.06 miles

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Nosocomial Infections During Total Prostatic Cystectomies (TPC) With Replacement Enterocystoplasty: Prophylactic Role of Urell Condensed Extract of Cranberry (Vaccicium Macrocarpon)

Total prostatic cystectomy with enterocystoplasty is the most extensive urological surgical procedure and one with the highest complication rate, especially infectious complication. The mortality rate remains substantial (2 to 5%). Examination of hundreds of TPCs made every year in the Urology Department of Foch Hospital, shows that nosocomial urinary infection ...

Phase N/A

5.13 miles

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Impact of Cold Ischemia on Pulmonary Endothelial Dysfunction in Ex-vivo Pulmonary Reconditioning

The study population will be patients with planned double-lung transplant, with preoperative ex-vivo reconditioning procedure. The ex-vivo procedure will be performed for lungs considered as limit to be directly implanted according to the national classification or in case of Maastrich 3 decision. They required a rehabilitation procedure like ex-vivo to ...

Phase N/A

5.13 miles

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Volatil Organic Compounds in Exhaled Air and Sweat After Thoracic Surgery for Carcinological Resection

Bronchopulmonary cancer, with 39 000 new cases and 30 000 deaths per year, is a main issue in public health in France. It is the leading cause of cancer death in France. A lot of progress in medical care has been made, but surgery remains the most effective treatment, when ...

Phase N/A

5.13 miles

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Evaluation of the Response to Monoclonal Antibody Therapy in Severe Asthma: Research of Predictive Biomarkers in Exhaled Air

At least one in two patients treated by monoclonal antibody for severe asthma doesn't have satisfying result after 6 months of treatment. The evaluation of the answer, and even better the answer prediction, are fundamental issues for medico-economic plan as part of these innovative therapeutics. The interest of the use ...

Phase N/A

5.13 miles

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Implementation and Evaluation of an Electronic Alert to Encourage Targeted Screening for HIV Infection at Foch Hospital According to Socio-demographic Criteria

In 2013 in France, 29,000 people are reported to be unaware of their HIV status. HIV testing is a priority in France where one third of all diagnoses remain late despite 5 million annual tests. It is recommended to offer at least one HIV test to the general population, over ...

Phase N/A

5.13 miles

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Evaluation of Ambulatory ECG Telemetry for the Early Detection of Atrial Fibrillation During Hospital Assessment of Cerebral Infarction

The aim of the study is to show that an ambulatory ECG telemetry monitoring of some patients hospitalized for cerebral infarction increases the frequency of the diagnosis of atrial fibrillation, cause of their stroke, and reinforces the protection against recurrences.

Phase N/A

5.13 miles

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Determinants of Frailty Among of Informal Caregivers of Demented Patient

Frailty, a transitional state between successful and pathological aging, may be benefit from early multi-interventional intervention. Fried's criteria are the more commonly used criteria to diagnose frailty : Loss of weight > 4.5 kg over one year, Self-reported exhaustion, Low muscle strength (handgrip <20% norm for age and sex), Low ...

Phase N/A

5.71 miles

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