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Columbia, Missouri Clinical Trials

A listing of Columbia, Missouri clinical trials actively recruiting patient volunteers.

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Found (129) clinical trials

Phase III Efficacy and Safety Study of AB103 in the Treatment of Patients With Necrotizing Soft Tissue Infections

The primary hypothesis of this study is that in addition to standard of care treatment (which includes surgical intervention, antimicrobial therapy and critical care support for organ dysfunction or failure), AB103 will demonstrate a clinically significant treatment benefit over placebo. This hypothesis will be addressed by measuring the effect of ...

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Phase 2 Study of Reltecimod vs Placebo in Patients With Sepsis-associated Acute Kidney Injury

Phase 2 randomized, placebo controlled study assessing the efficacy (complete recovery from AKI) and safety of Reltecimod in patients with suspected or confirmed abdominal sepsis (planned or completed surgical (laparotomy or laparoscopy) or interventional radiologic procedures for control of underlying abdominal infection within 12 hours of evaluation by medical personnel), ...

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Patients' Perspectives About a Pain Education Video

The long-term goal is to reduce disability in patients with chronic pain by improving communication about pain among patients, caregivers, and health care providers (HCPs). The proposed study addresses the long-term goal by conducting a project that investigates the validation and contradiction of patients' preexisting pain beliefs during pain education. ...

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Feasibility of the Lee Silverman Voice Treatment -BIG Intervention in Stroke

Literature suggests the Lee Silverman Voice Treatment-BIG (LSVT-BIG) program is an effective intervention for individuals with Parkinson's Disease (Ebersbach et al., 2015); however, no literature or research exists on the use of this program as an intervention for individuals with stroke. Therefore, this project aims to measure the effectiveness of ...

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A Systematic Investigation of Phonetic Complexity Effects on Articulatory Motor Performance in Progressive Dysarthria

The long-term goal is to optimize dysarthria assessment by improving the early detection and tracking of articulatory performance in progressive dysarthrias. The short-term goal of the proposed cross-sectional study is to focus on ALS and PD and quantify articulatory kinematic performance as a function of phonetic complexity, which is experimentally ...

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Sex Differences in Reflex Responses to Intermittent Hypoxia

Over 35% of the US population will develop sleep apnea at some point in their life. Sleep apnea is the most common form of sleep disordered breathing and patients with sleep apnea are at increased risk of developing high blood pressure. Intermittent, repeated exposures to low oxygen during sleep (intermittent ...

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Shelter Cat Adoption in Families of Children With Autism (Feline Friends)

Many families in the United States live with cats as companion animals, including families of children with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD). One in 68 children are diagnosed with ASD. There is no cure for ASD, and no one treatment works for all children. Symptoms of ASD include a lack of ...

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Harnessing Neuroplasticity to Enhance Functional Recovery During Chronic Recovery From Upper Extremity Nerve Repair

This study will implement and evaluate an innovative program of post hand transplant rehabilitation; one that harnesses recent discoveries in neuroscience to facilitate long-term, experience-dependent adaptations within the brain's sensory and motor systems. The current approach to rehabilitation of function in allogeneic hand transplant recipients is largely the same as ...

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Effects of Dietary Supplement Tauroursodeoxycholic Acid on Vascular Function

The notion that cellular stress lowers insulin-induced vasodilation is largely founded on ex vivo studies and experiments in rodents. However, it remains unknown if maintenance of cellular function with the use of dietary supplement tauroursodeoxycholic acid enhances vascular function in humans. The investigators test the hypothesis that daily administration of ...

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Lowering Impaired Fasting Glucose Levels With Exercise

In individuals with type 2 diabetes (T2D), chronically elevated glucose and insulin levels result in numerous health complications. Maintaining tight glucose control is difficult for individuals with T2D, particularly in the postprandial period and in the morning period just prior to waking. In the postprandial period, the combined effect of ...

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