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Liuying Township, Taiwan Clinical Trials

A listing of Liuying Township, Taiwan clinical trials actively recruiting patients volunteers.

Found (41216) clinical trials

Pediatric Image-Guided Cochlear Implant Programming

Although children with cochlear implants (CIs) have significantly improved speech, language, and reading outcomes relative to previous generation CI recipients, too many pediatric CI users still display persistent speech, language, and reading difficulties despite early implantation and early intervention. Children with CIs typically lag behind their peers with normal hearing ...

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Prophylaxis of Periprosthetic Joint Infections With Calcium Sulfate Beads in Patients With Non-modifiable Risk Factors.

Since joint replacement procedures have been successful in recent decades, every year the number of implanted prostheses is increasing, however, at the same time, orthopaedic surgeons also find complications inherent to this surgery, where peri-prosthetic infection results to be the most devastating. In order to find a solution to this ...


Prehabilitation in Esophageal Surgery (PRESS)

Multi-modal prehabilitation programs reported positive results in patients undergoing colonic resection. These protocols are, generally, based on physiotherapist, nutritional and psychological implementation programs. Nevertheless, the conflicting results obtained in previous trials demonstrate how many elements have still to be clarified and that, probably, the pre-habilitation interventions must be tailored, as ...

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To Compare the Pharmacokinetics and Safety of CT-P17 and Humira (US Licensed Humira and EU-approved Humira) in Healthy Subjects

A Phase 1, Randomized, Double-blind, Three-arm, Parallel group, Single-dose Study to Compare the Pharmacokinetics and Safety of CT-P17 and Humira (US licensed Humira and EU-approved Humira) in Healthy Subjects


Normative Metrics of High-Resolution Anorectal Manometry With the Use of Solid-State Catheter in a Healthy Russian Cohort

High-resolution anorectal manometry (HRAM) is a modern technique used to evaluate the function of the rectum and its sphincters. It is intended to measure the resting pressure in the anal canal, as well as pressure during voluntary contraction of the external anorectal sphincter and pelvic floor muscles and to evaluate ...

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Metabolism and Disposition of [14C] Herombopag in Chinese Healthy Human Subjects

The metabolism and disposition of Herombopag, will be studied in six healthy men after a single oral administration of a solution dose of [14C]eltrombopag (5 mg,100 uCi). The sutdy will investigate total radioactivity pharmacokinetics in whole blood and plasma quantitatively analyze the the total radioactivity in the excretaevaluate the predominant ...


Artificial Intelligence/Machine Learning Modeling on Time to Palliative Care Review in an Inpatient Hospital Population

The need for timely palliative care is crucial. Aging patient populations are becoming more complex, often needing care from multiple specialties. There has been a growing mismatch between clinical care and patient preferences particularly with regards to services near end-of-life. Research has shown that that most people prefer to die ...

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Evaluating "Signs of Safety": A Deaf-Accessible Therapy Toolkit for Alcohol Use Disorder and Trauma

The U.S. Deaf community - 500,000+ Americans who communicate using American Sign Language (ASL) - experiences nearly triple the rate of lifetime problem drinking compared to the general population and twice the rate of trauma exposure. Although there are validated treatments for comorbid alcohol use disorder (AUD) and posttraumatic stress ...

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Use Of Oral Itraconazole In Patients With Locally Limited Basocellular Carcinoma Of Skin.

Patients with localized basocellular carcinoma of the skin, will receive oral Itraconazole, 200 mg once daily, for 60 days, before surgery with curative intent. Tumor area regression will be measured through dermatologic evaluation and photographic documentation on baseline and at the end of the 60 day treatment period. The activity ...

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Umbilical Cord Milking in Non-Vigorous Infants

At birth, it is critical that an infant begins breathing quickly. The infant has to switch from relying on the placenta for oxygen to using its lungs for the first time. The currently recommended practice for infants who need resuscitation is to immediately clamp the umbilical cord. Animal studies show ...

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