Search Medical Condition
Please enter condition
Please choose location from dropdown
Clear Trial Filters

Ysterplaat, South Africa Clinical Trials

A listing of Ysterplaat, South Africa clinical trials actively recruiting patients volunteers.

RESULTS

Found (22) clinical trials

VATS ( Video-Assisted Thoracoscopy) Compared to Reinsertion of a Thoracostomy Tube for Persistent Haemothorax

This is a prospective, randomized study comparing VATS( Video-Assisted Thoracoscopy ) to reinsertion of a Thoracostomy Tube in patients with retained haemothorax. The hypothesis is that early VATS as opposed to reinsertion of a thoracostomy tube , will lead to less complications and shorter hospital stay.

Phase N/A

2.49 miles

Learn More »

Combating Craving With Contingency Management: Neuroplasticity and Methamphetamine Abuse in South Africa

Methamphetamine addiction (MA) is a global health problem with high prevalence and great social and health costs in the United States and in the Republic of South Africa, and there is a strong need for development and implementation of effective MA treatment approaches. This study will correlate MA-abstinence outcomes from ...

Phase N/A

2.49 miles

Learn More »

Immediate Versus Delayed IUD Insertion After Second Trimester Medical Abortion

The main objective of the study is to compare use, in a randomised controlled trial, of the the copper IUD if inserted immediately after completion of a second trimester medical abortion, to standard care with insertion 3-4 or more weeks after abortion at community health centres.

Phase N/A

2.49 miles

Learn More »

Enhanced Recovery After Trauma Surgery

ERAS IN TRAUMA Enhanced recovery after surgery (ERAS) or enhanced recovery protocols (ERP) is a concept first described by Kehlet in the early 1990s .Since its introduction, ERAS protocols have been successfully used in elective gastrointestinal surgery (colorectal, hepatobiliary and gastric), and there has been widespread acceptance and implementation in ...

Phase N/A

2.49 miles

Learn More »

Effectiveness & Implementation of a Behavioral Intervention for Adherence and Substance Use in HIV Care in South Africa

The HIV epidemic in South Africa (SA) is among the highest in the world. SA has a large antiretroviral therapy (ART) program, but some individuals exhibit poor ART adherence, which increases the likelihood of developing drug resistance and failing the only available first and second line ART regimens in SA. ...

Phase N/A

4.18 miles

Learn More »

Pilot Study to Improve Access to Early Intervention for Autism in Africa

In this proposal, the investigator's aim is to adapt the caregiver coaching version of the Early Start Denver Model (P-ESDM) and conduct a pilot study to explore the impact of this adapted intervention on child and caregiver outcomes in an African setting as well as understand key facilitators and barriers ...

Phase N/A

4.26 miles

Learn More »

The Utility of Radiotherapy in the Management of Haemoptysis Secondary to Aspergillomata and Structural Lung Diseases

Currently the best curative treatment of massive haemoptysis is surgical resection of the affected portion of lung. For patients who do not qualify for surgery, there are few alternative interventions, most of which only provide a temporary solution. Surgical resection of the diseased areas, which offers the possibility of cure, ...

Phase N/A

4.26 miles

Learn More »

Rapid Diagnosis of Pulmonary Tuberculosis

Early case detection, treatment, and prompt household contact investigation, depend on rapid microbiological confirmation, by direct smear microscopy of acid-fast bacilli, in patients with suspected pulmonary tuberculosis. Since delayed diagnosis may result in death due to lack of appropriate therapy, rapid microbiological diagnosis is especially critical in HIV-infected persons. Improved ...

Phase N/A

4.26 miles

Learn More »

Stable Iron Isotope Method in HIV+ and HIV- Children

In Sub-Saharan Africa, HIV is a major cause of morbidity and mortality in children. Anemia frequently complicates pediatric HIV infection and predicts disease progression and mortality. Iron requirements and the specific contribution of iron deficiency (ID) to anemia in pediatric HIV infection remains uncertain. The fundamental barrier to understanding iron ...

Phase N/A

4.26 miles

Learn More »

Safety Tolerability and Efficacy of Rapid Optimization Helped by NT-proBNP and GDF-15 of Heart Failure Therapies

STRONG-HF is a multicenter, randomized, parallel group study designed to evaluate the efficacy and safety of up-titration of standard of care medical therapy including beta-blockers; angiotensin converting enzyme inhibitors (ACEi), angiotensin receptor blocker (ARB) or angiotensin receptor neprolysin inhibitor (ARNi); and mineralocorticoid receptor antagonist (MRAs), on morbidity and mortality when ...

Phase N/A

4.26 miles

Learn More »