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Dearborn, Michigan Clinical Trials

A listing of Dearborn, Michigan clinical trials actively recruiting patient volunteers.

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Found (4) clinical trials

NOvel by Upper Airway Respiratory Muscle Training to Treat OSA in Chronic SCI

In recent years, the investigators and others have discovered that spinal cord injury/disease (SCI/D) is associated with significant increase in the sleep-disordered breathing (SDB) prevalence. Nearly 80% of patients with SCI/D including Veterans suffer from SDB after six months of injury (majority of them 70-80% are obstructive apneas and hypopneas-OSA). ...

Phase N/A

5.88 miles

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Hypotension Prediction Index Study (HPI Study)

A prospective, single-arm, open-label, multicenter post-approval study to determine whether the use of the Acumen HPI Software to guide intraoperative hemodynamic management in non-cardiac surgery reduces the duration of intraoperative hypotension below a threshold of Mean Arterial Pressure (MAP)

Phase N/A

6.12 miles

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Student Anxiety & Stress Study

Anxiety is an increasingly common condition among college students and is often accompanied by somatic symptoms. These conditions impair students' social, psychological, and academic functioning and outcomes. Although students are utilizing campus and community mental health centers at increasing rates, these resources are strained. The present study aims to test ...

Phase N/A

6.45 miles

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Trial to Evaluate Reduction in Inflammation in Patients With Advanced Chronic Renal Disease Utilizing Antibody Mediated IL-6 Inhibition

Patients with chronic kidney disease, who have evidence of systemic inflammation with increased cardiovascular risk, will be enrolled into this trial. The purpose of this trial is to determine a dose to select for a potential cardiovascular outcome trial with Ziltivekimab. Doses to be tested will be 7.5 mg, 15 ...

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6.45 miles

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