There are about 17907 clinical studies being (or have been) conducted in Germany. The country of the clinical trial is determined by the location of where the clinical research is being studied. Most studies are often held in multiple locations & countries.
PMCF study to observe the Routine application of Ostenil® Plus in the Treatment of pain and restricted mobility in degenerative and traumatic changes of the Hip Joint.
The purpose of this study is to explore the experience with paliperidone palmitate 3-month formulation (PP3M) treatment of participants and their corresponding physicians, nurses and carers, to understand the impact of less frequent injections from their perspective.
This is an investigator-initiated, one-armed, phase 2 clinical trial using an injectable fluorescent tracer to assay and evaluate measured plasma volume (mPV) and measured glomerular filtration rate (mGFR) in hospitalized patients with acute decompensated congestive heart failure (CHF).
Retrospective, multicenter, single arm, non-interventional study to assess the safety and Performance of NOVOCART Basic and the clinical outcome of AMIC with NOVOCART Basic in patients treated for cartilage defects in the knee.
In this study researchers want to learn more about the medication usage behavior among multiple sclerosis (MS) patients treated with Betaferon using the myBETAapp which includes the elements to what extent - taking medication matches the presciber´s recommendation (adherence, compliance), - treatment for the prescribed duration (persistence) is continued and - injections were missed. Among MS patients treated with Betaferon using the myBETAapp the study will also collect information on the health-related quality of life , treatment satisfaction and satisfaction with treatment support.
Several studies exist on patient performance in drive simulators especially around and after surgery. Recommendations concerning the ability to drive after inguinal hernia are scarce and so far do not offer conclusive results. Aim of the study is to analyse reaction time and foot transfer time (together brake response time) and brake force in a brake simulator before and after scheduled inguinal hernia surgery (Liechtenstein procedure).
This study will include patients suffering from chronic myeloid leukemia (CP-CML), who were treated with tyrosine kinase inhibitor (TKI, a substance that blocks the action of enzymes) in a previous therapy but which has not been effective. Patients will be treated with Ponatinib 30 mg in in this study. The aim of the study is to evaluate the safety and efficacy of Ponatinib as a second line treatment in patients failing or not tolerating first line therapy with any other approved TKIs. It is expected that Ponatinib, due to its efficacy, may be more effective as second line therapy than other approved TKIs and lead to improved overall survival. The effect will be determined by the molecular response rate (MMR) as the primary objective after 12 months of treatment. The safety of the drug will be evaluated on the basis if routine medical and laboratory examinations.
This study evaluates the different postprandial effect of isomaltulose and sucrose on the incretin profile and as an determinant for the second meal effect. In this nutritional intervention study, healthy participants and T2DM patients ingest 2 standardized meals for breakfast and lunch in combination with either sucrose or palatinose on 2 separate days. In addition, blood samples are taken to analyze markers of the carbohydrate metabolism, incretins and specific inflammation markers.
The study is developed to validate a new short psychotherapeutic group treatment for adults with ADHD diagnosis. The participants will be treated in a monocentric, parallel group randomized superiority study - one group with the new treatment and one group with well established relaxing treatment.
Pain is a highly complex and subjective phenomenon which results from the dynamic integration of sensory and contextual (i.e. cognitive, emotional, and motivational) processes. Recent evidence suggests that neural oscillations and their synchronization between different brain areas might form the basis of these integrative functions. When investigating tonic experimental pain lasting for several minutes, for example, objective stimulus intensity is inversely related to alpha (8-13 Hz) and beta (13-30 Hz) oscillations in early somatosensory areas, while subjective pain intensity is positively associated with gamma (30-100 Hz) oscillations in prefrontal cortex. Yet, with a few exemptions, reported links between oscillatory brain activity and pain have mostly been established by correlative approaches which do not allow to infer causality. The current project aims at comprehensively investigating the causal role of neural oscillations for tonic experimental pain in healthy human subjects. To this end, transcranial alternating current stimulation (tACS) will be employed to modulate oscillatory brain activity in alpha and gamma frequency bands and investigate effects of this manipulation on pain perception and pain-related autonomic responses. Using an established tonic pain stimulation protocol and a double-blind, sham-controlled design, effects of tACS of somatosensory as well as prefrontal brain areas will be investigated. Results promise to elucidate the neural mechanisms underlying tonic experimental pain by testing the mechanistic role of neural oscillations in different aspects of pain processing. Furthermore, they might contribute to the development of urgently needed new treatment approaches for chronic pain using neuromodulatory methods.