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Poland, Ohio Clinical Trials

A listing of Poland, Ohio clinical trials actively recruiting patient volunteers.

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Found (26) clinical trials

ReNu vs. Corticosteroids for the Treatment of Plantar Fasciitis

This is a two (2) arm evaluation in 150 subjects with plantar fasciitis. Patients will be treated with ReNu(study treatment) or Corticosteroids (control). At each follow-up visit, concomitant medications and adverse events shall be collected from each subject, and each subject shall complete following questionnaires: AOFAS Ankle-Hindfoot Score (AOFAS-AHS) Visual ...

Phase N/A

0.0 miles

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A Long-Term Registry of Humira (Adalimumab) in Patients With Moderately to Severely Active Ulcerative Colitis (UC)

This is a registry study to evaluate the long-term safety and effectiveness of adalimumab in patients with moderately to severely active UC who are treated as recommended in the product label.

Phase N/A

1.05 miles

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Core Stabilization for the Treatment of Anterior Knee Pain

The investigators hypothesize that the use of trunk (core) stabilization exercises early in treatment combined with lower extremity exercises will enhance the outcome over lower extremity exercises alone in the treatment of young athletes with anterior knee pain.

Phase N/A

1.05 miles

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Trial of Overminus Spectacle Therapy for Intermittent Exotropia

The main objectives of this randomized trial comparing overminus lens treatment to non-overminus (spectacles without overminus or spectacles with plano lenses) are to determine The long-term on-treatment effect of overminus treatment on distance IXT control score. The off-treatment effect of overminus treatment on distance IXT control score (following weaning and ...

Phase N/A

1.05 miles

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Evaluation of Virtual Touch Tissue Imaging Quantification (VTIQ - 2D-SWE) in the Assessment of BI-RADS 3 and 4 Lesions

Elastography is a method of imaging tissue stiffness. It is based on shear wave velocity information that can be mapped to create an image of the stiffness in the region of interest. Sonoelastography is used to differentiate benign from malignant lesions since malignant lesions alter tissue elasticity. Adding Shear Wave ...

Phase N/A

2.81 miles

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Clinical Trial Evaluating the Effect of Resorbable Glass Fiber Matrix in the Treatment of Diabetic Foot Ulcers

This study is a prospective, multi-center, RCT designed to collect patient outcome data on two commercially available SOC treatments for DFUs. The trial will be single blinded in regard to wound healing assessment (another clinician, other than the investigator at each site will assess wound healing) and confirmation of wound ...

Phase N/A

2.81 miles

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Strategic Management to Improve CRT Using Multi-Site Pacing Post Approval Study (Reference # C1918)

Evaluate the effectiveness of Boston Scientific (BSC)'s LV MSP (Left Ventricular MultiSite Pacing) feature in the Resonate family of CRT-D devices1 and confirm safety in a post approval study when used in accordance with its approved labeling.

Phase N/A

5.34 miles

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Posture and Timed Up and Go

This study determines the effects of posture on time up and go test. Half of the subjects will assume a high-power posture, while the other half will assume a low-power posture.

Phase N/A

5.71 miles

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The Effects of IASTM and Proprioception

The research design will be single group pretest-posttest design. The subject will be instructed to position the knee joint to a position previously set by the experimenter. Intervention will be 10 minutes of GT1 instrument application at anterior thigh using sweep technique.

Phase N/A

5.71 miles

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The Advocate Study

Hollister Incorporated is studying stoma related cost of care related to a new ostomy skin barrier that is designed to maintain adhesive properties and good peristomal skin health compared to other currently marketed barriers.

Phase N/A

7.17 miles

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