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Modi'In, Israel Clinical Trials

A listing of Modi'In, Israel clinical trials actively recruiting patients volunteers.

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Found (4) clinical trials

The Effect of Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy on Aerobic and Anaerobic Physical Fitness

In recent years, several options for physical performance enhancement by increasing blood oxygen content were explored. One option is increasing the number of red blood cells by blood transfusions. Another option is using the erythropoietin hormone. These methods showed an effective increase of maximal oxygen consumption rate (VO2MAX) by 10%. ...

Phase N/A

8.55 miles

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Identifying Patients With the COPD-Asthma Overlap Phenotype: Therapeutic Implications

Background: Asthma and COPD are considered different diseases but many patients share characteristics of both entities. This has been termed "COPD-asthma overlap syndrome". Study objective: To examine: (a) the frequency of the overlap phenotype among patients referred for pulmonary function testing and, (b) the impact of this phenotype on the ...

Phase N/A

8.72 miles

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The Reciprocal Relations Between Psychosocial Characteristics and the Progression of Vestibulodynia

Provoked vestibulodynia (PVD) is the term describing a syndrome of provoked, localized allodynia of the vestibule of the vulva, not explained by another condition, and lasting more than 3 months. PVD is not a defined disease but rather a symptom. It is thought that PVD represent a group of distinct ...

Phase N/A

8.72 miles

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A Double-Blind Study to Evaluate the Effect of Femarelle on Menopausal on Vasomotor Symptoms

Symptomatic menopausal women will be divided to treatment with Femarelle or placebo for 12 weeks after two weeks of baseline record. Hot flashes daily diary will be recorded daily and a quality of life questionnaire will be filled at the beginning and at completion of the study.

Phase N/A

9.98 miles

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