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Rueil Malmaison, France Clinical Trials

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

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Found (306) clinical trials

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 ...

Phase N/A

1.58 miles

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Follow-up of HBsAg Inactive Carriers Study

The definition of HBs antigen (HBsAg) inactive carrier status has evolved during time. We spoke first from HBsAg" healthy carrier ", then from " asymptomatic carrier ", last from HBsAg" inactive carrier ". This definition continue to be not totally consensual. A very low viral load (< 2000 UI/ml) or ...

Phase N/A

1.58 miles

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Volatile Organic Compounds as Markers of Acute Rejection in Lung Transplant

Prospective single-center study. A single visit, no follow-up. The visit will take place before or within five days from date of transbronchial biopsies (BTB). It will include a noninvasive collection of exhaled breath for VOC analysis. VOC analysis will be conducted using two types of devices: "electronic nose" and mass ...

Phase N/A

2.08 miles

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Assessment of Peripheral Endothelial Function in Idiopathic Pulmonary Fibrosis

The primary criteria is the peripheral endothelial function that will be assessed by the measure of flow-mediated dilation (reactive hyperemia-peripheral artery tone index). The pulmonary function will be assessed by the measures of the forced expiratory volume at one second (FEV1), the forced vital capacity (FVC) and the total lung ...

Phase N/A

2.08 miles

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Bridging Thrombolysis Versus Direct Mechanical Thrombectomy in Acute Ischemic Stroke

Intravenous thrombolysis with recombinant tissue-type plasminogen activator (IV t-PA) has been the only proven therapy for acute ischemic stroke (AIS) for almost 20 years. Since December 2014 a new era in acute stroke treatment has begun: randomized controlled studies have consistently shown that endovascular clot retrieval in addition to best ...

Phase N/A

2.08 miles

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Comparison of the Skin Conductance Values and Patient Pain Scores During Minor Procedures in the ICU

Although pain must be assessed to be treated, it has been challenging to obtain consistent, objective, and quantifiable measurements. The best methods currently available are subjective scales communicated by the patient such as standardized sentences, visual analog scales (VAS), or plain numeric scales. When a patient is unable to communicate, ...

Phase N/A

2.08 miles

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Contribution of Learning and Practice of Different Complementary Therapies in Pulmonary Transplant Patients

Patients approaching a lung transplant will face specific infectious, immunological, ventilatory and hemodynamic problems but also to painful, stressful and anxiety-provoking situations. Learning different complementary therapies in the pre-transplant period allows patients to have personal tools to improve their comfort before and after the transplant. These tools can be used ...

Phase N/A

2.08 miles

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Medication Reconciliation at Discharge: Impact on Patient's Care

Patient's discharge from hospital is associated with iatrogenic events for 12 to 17% of patients and may lead to further hospitalization. This risk may be linked with discontinuity of care between hospital physicians and Primary Care Physician (PCP) and from discrepancies between patient's current medications and drugs prescribed at discharge. ...

Phase N/A

2.08 miles

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Impact of Subcutaneous Electric Lumbar Stimulation on Treatment of Refractory Chronic and Disabling Lumbago

The aim of the study is to show that subcutaneous electric lumbar stimulation reduces pain in chronic lumbago after 12 months of treatment.

Phase N/A

2.08 miles

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Portal Hypertension and Systemic Endothelial Function

Prospective , monocentric study, with four groups of patients: Patients with cystic fibrosis and PHT Cystic fibrosis patients without PHT Patients free from cystic fibrosis with PHT from other causes Healthy controls. One study visit, no follow-up. During the visit the following examinations will be performed: Collection of a blood ...

Phase N/A

2.08 miles

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