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Montclair, New Jersey Clinical Trials

A listing of Montclair, New Jersey clinical trials actively recruiting patient volunteers.

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Found (190) clinical trials

A Prospective Validation Study of a Rapid Point-of-Care Breath Test for Breast Cancer

Introduction Clinical perspective on breath testing for breast cancer: Breast cancer is the most commonly diagnosed cancer in women, in whom it is second only to lung cancer as a cause of cancer death. The National Cancer Institute estimated that more than 232,000 US women would be diagnosed with breast ...

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Safety Follow-up Study in Subjects With Silicone Gel-filled Breast Implants as Compared Both to Saline-filled Breast Implants and to National Norms

Ten year safety study examining rates of rare adverse events, child bearing issues, effects of mammography, MRI compliance and results, and long-term benefit of silicone-filled breast implants.

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0.65 miles

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Neurophysiological Evaluation of Training Effect on Cancer-Related Weakness

Participants will be randomized to either a no treatment group or one of two low intensity 6-week exercise training. Outcomes will be measured at baseline, post-intervention and 4 weeks post intervention.

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1.55 miles

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Cardiovascular Disease Study

Coronary heart disease (CHD) is a leading cause of death in the spinal cord injured (SCI) population, occurring at younger ages than in the able-bodied population. Conventional risk factors for CHD include high concentrations of low-density lipoprotein (LDL), low concentrations of high-density lipoprotein (HDL), diabetes mellitus (DM), smoking history, and ...

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Denosumab Administration After Spinal Cord Injury

The primary objective of this study is to test the efficacy of a potent anti-resorptive agent, denosumab [receptor activator of nuclear factor-κB ligand (RANKL) antibody; Amgen Inc.] to preserve bone mass at the hip and knee and trabecular connectivity at the knee after acute SCI. Setting: patient enrollment, study drug ...

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Spatial Neglect and Bias in Near and Far Space

Visual distraction is a problem that more often occurs people who have suffered strokes than in the general population. Problems of visual attention generally appear immediately following a stroke, and may impair driving and other functions. While it is thought that there is a natural course of improvement over time, ...

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1.55 miles

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Efficacy of Pharmacological Treatment of Working Memory Impairment After Traumatic Brain Injury: Evaluation With fMRI

Work from our institution has shown that moderate and severe TBI subjects demonstrate an altered cerebral representation when they attempt to process a verbal WM task. Specifically, our data show a post-TBI pattern of activation that is dispersed and more lateralized to the right hemisphere, as compared to healthy controls. ...

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Fatigue Sleep Disorders and Endocrine Abnormalities in TBI Patients

This study will test if patients with moderate to severe traumatic brain injuries also have endocrine abnormalities, examine any existing relationships among fatigue, depression and endocrine abnormalities, and the relationship between endocrine abnormalities, quality of life, and community integration.

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1.55 miles

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Adjusting Wheelchair Set-Up to Minimize Shoulder Joint Forces During Propulsion

Individuals who use a manual wheelchair depend upon their upper limbs to provide a means of locomotion during completion of their activities of daily living. As a result of greater than normal usage of the upper limbs, shoulder pain and pathology is common among manual wheelchair users. Accordingly, proper wheelchair ...

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1.55 miles

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Education Interventions for Self-Management of Pain Post-SCI: A Pilot Study

Pain is a highly prevalent and disabling condition among persons with spinal cord injury (SCI). Unfortunately, current pain treatments offer incomplete relief, produce side effects, and/or involve significant cost. Low-risk, low-cost treatments capable of addressing residual pain and pain-related disability are greatly needed. A number of research studies have associated ...

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