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Lexington, Kentucky Clinical Trials

A listing of Lexington, Kentucky clinical trials actively recruiting patient volunteers.

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Found (592) clinical trials

Long-term Study in US Cystic Fibrosis Patients Receiving Digestive Enzyme Supplements to Assess Narrowing of the Large Intestine Causing Adverse Intestinal Symptoms (Fibrosing Colonopathy)

This is a prospective, observational, population-based cohort study in US cystic fibrosis patients participating in the Cystic Fibrosis Patient Registry in order to assess the incidence of and risk factors for fibrosing colonopathy. Cystic fibrosis (CF) patients participating in the registry from participating sites, as well as new CF patients ...

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Effects of Delayed Cord Clamp and/or Indomethacin on Preterm Infant Brain Injury

The investigators will compare efficacy and safety of prophylactic indomethacin, DCC, and their combination, in affecting the incidence and severity of IVH/PVL in infants <30wks gestational age (primary outcome measure of 'fraction of survivors with no severe IVH or PVL' among the 4 groups), and longer term neurocognitive function. Other ...

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Selective Surgical Staging for the Treatment of Endometrial Cancer Based on Intraoperative Consultation

Complete pelvic and para-aortic lymphadenectomy performed at the time of primary surgical staging for endometrial cancer increases operative time and surgical morbidity, but appears to be necessary in most high grade and deeply invasive cancers. To date, the Mayo Clinic approach has not been reproduced, and the investigators propose to ...

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Researchers at the University of Kentucky Colleges of Social Work and Nursing are inviting you to participate in a biofeedback study to help decrease stress related symptoms. This study includes 5-6 sessions (2-3 assessment and three biofeedback training sessions) and home practice with a mobile phone app and Bluetooth sensor ...

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Researchers with the University of Kentucky College of Medicine, Department of Behavioral Science, are conducting research to examine the behavioral effects of medications and alcohol. All information obtained will be kept confidential.

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Researchers at the University of Kentucky College of Medicine, Department of Behavioral Science, are conducting research on marijuana users. All information obtained will be kept confidential.  Eligible volunteers will be paid for their participation and may be reimbursed for travel.  

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Researchers at the University of Kentucky College of Medicine, Department of Behavioral Science, are conducting research to examine the behavioral effects of medications.  All information obtained will be kept confidential.  Eligible volunteers will be paid for their participation and may be reimbursed for travel.  

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Researchers at the University of Kentucky College of Medicine, Department of Behavioral Science, are conducting research to examine a new potential treatment for cocaine use.  All information obtained will be kept confidential.  Research is conducted on an outpatient basis and consists of 30 sessions over 12 weeks.  Eligible volunteers will ...

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Neural Correlates of Self-regulation on Academic Functioning

Based on the Self-Control Theory, individual differences in characteristics such as impulsivity, risk-seeking, and self-regulation consistently predict health-compromising and problem behaviors as well as academic functioning and success in adolescents and young adults.[1] Although suboptimal self-regulation is normative in adolescence and young adulthood, [2] it might result in negative consequences ...

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Exercise and Weight Control

Study Design: A factorial design will be employed with exercise frequency (6 days/week or 2 days/week) treated as a between-subjects variable and time (baseline, end of training, end follow-up) treated as a within subjects variable. Subjects will be randomly assigned to exercise groups (6 days/week, 2 days/week) or sedentary control. ...

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