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Nanterre, France Clinical Trials

A listing of Nanterre, France clinical trials actively recruiting patients volunteers.

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Found (14) clinical trials

Spinal Cord Stimulation for Neuropathic Pain Relief : Efficacy Study Using the Specific NPSI Questionnaire (NPSI)

Several studies have shown the efficacy of spinal cord stimulation in reducing the intensity of neuropathic pain. This efficacy is defined as obtaining relief of at least 50% of the preoperative pain intensity assessed by the visual analog scale or the digital pain scale. No study has evaluated the efficacy …

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1.57 miles

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Prediction of Arterial Lactate and Blood Gas Values Through the Analysis of Central Venous Blood

Mathematical models for predicting arterial blood gas and arterial lactate have recently be published (PMID 27543529; see the citations section). The aim of the study is to externally validate these models in a multicenter (11 centres in France) cohort of intensive care unit patients suffering from acute circulatory failure. For …

Phase N/A

3.42 miles

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Surgical Emergency Flows and Delays in Admission to the Operating Room

French hospitals treat non-elective surgery according to three organizational models: in a dedicated multi-specialty emergency operative room (OR), in a dedicated OR within a specialized surgical platform or in any available OR from a list of non-dedicated OR. Some triage algorithms for the classification of non-elective surgery have been described …

Phase N/A

4.15 miles

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Predictability of Echographic Excursion of the Diaphragm for Intubation in COPD- Patients With Acute Respiratory Failure in ED

Inclusion of every lawful age patient presenting to the ER with inclusion criterias The patient must not have exclusion criteria and must have received the information and consent sheets to be signed jointly Then, the investigators perform an online randomization for the first and second operator and the side (left/right) …

Phase N/A

4.94 miles

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Dental Implants in Patients With X-linked Hypophosphatemia

Primary objective: to evaluate the efficacy of the specific implant management currently offered to XLH patients according to the recommendations, in terms of implant survival. Secondary objectives: 1. to study the evolution of the peri-implant bone level within 2 years after implant placement ; 2. to study the evolution of …

Phase N/A

6.25 miles

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Idiopathic Chronic Thrombocytopenia of Undetermined Significance : Pathogenesis and Biomarker

This study is a prospective study to collect blood, bone marrow and hair bulb from patients with thrombocytopenia, to better understand the mechanism of idiopathic chronic thrombocytopenia of undetermined significance (ICTUS)

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6.66 miles

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Assessment of Sleep Disturbance as a Biomarker of Disease Activity in a Military Population With Posttraumatic Stress Disorder

Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) is a public health problem due to both its chronic nature and the low response rate to conventional therapies. Sleep disorders are the first cause of complaint in patients with PTSD due to night awakenings, difficulty to fall asleep and nightmares. According to a part of …

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6.68 miles

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NoL Monitor Performances of Nociceptive and Non-nociceptive Stimuli Discrimination During Robotic Surgery

Anesthesia quality and safety have improved over the past decades, thanks to improved monitoring devices. Excess of anesthetics could lead to arterial hypotension which has been shown to be associated with increased cardiovascular events. On the other hand, insufficient anesthetics could lead to awareness and memorization during general anesthesia (GA). …

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6.69 miles

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From Immune System Damage to Podocyte Cell Damage: Prospective Database and Biological Collection of Patients (Children and Adults) With MGLS and HSFP

Idiopathic Nephrotic Syndrome (INS) is a kidney disease characterized by massive proteinuria and hypoalbuminemia. It includes two anatomopathological entities: nephrotic syndrome with minimal glomerular lesions (SNLGM) and primary segmental and focal hyalinosis (PHF). Renal biopsy reveals a fusion of the feet of the podocytes without inflammatory lesions or deposits of …

Phase N/A

6.83 miles

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The Study of the Fenestrated Anaconda Device in the Treatment of Abdominal Aortic Aneurysms

EPI-EFA study: Post-registration study of the Fenestrated Anaconda in the management of a complex abdominal, juxtarenal, pararenal, suprarenal aortic aneurysm, whether or not associated with a distal common iliac artery or thoracoabdominal aneurysm type IV, in high-risk patients requiring treatment, for whom a surgical contraindication has been asked. Study type …

Phase N/A

7.07 miles

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