There are about 21766 clinical studies being (or have been) conducted in France. 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.
BOVARY-Pilot is a monocentric prospective transversal pilot study with a total duration of 6 months. The purpose of this study is to determine the feasibility of detecting somatic tumor mutations in the blood of patients with ovarian cancer in order to determine whether a blood test can replace a tissue biopsy to prescribe a personalized treatment. The method will consist of a single blood sample during the patient's visit and prior to the establishment of any newly diagnosed cancer treatment. The concordance of somatic mutations (SNV) found in tissue and in cell-free DNA (cfDNA) extracted from blood will then be compared
Burnout is a public health issue. Healthcare workers are particularly at risk of burnout with occupational stress identified as the major risk factor. The "Health Work Environment" service is composed of physicians, nurses and psychologist with the aim of providing efficient and adapted care for healthcare workers at CHU of Clermont-Ferrand. In addition, they must ensure a role of primary, secondary and tertiary prevention. With regard to burnout, the majority of the work carried out concerns tertiary prevention, that is to say the care of a person in a situation of burnout. It would be necessary to carry out secondary prevention in order that people at risk of burnout can be detected earlier. However, there is currently no individual questionnaire to detect early burnout
Urinary and faecal incontinences generally come from a dysfunction of the pelvic floor muscles, and more particularly the sphincters. Among other causes, they may be related to accidental trauma, obstetric or iatrogenic. On this last point, the incidence of surgical interventions on the bladder collar and on the anal canal on the prevalence of incontinences can be underlined. MRI tractography could be an interesting tool to visualize in 3D the structure of pelvic sphincters and their lesions. It may thereby establish the link with observed dysfunctions, thus potentially providing a complement to the urological and proctographic examinations already carried out. The objective of this study is, first, to define the sensitivity of the MRI tractography for the visualization of the pelvic sphincters architecture regardless of the gender. In a second time, it will give a description of normal and abnormal (pathological cases) tractography, as well as a descriptive post-surgery. The other interest of this study is the assessment of the information provided by pelvic sphincters tractography on a panel of various and frequently encountered situations in clinical routine at the IHU.
According to the World Health Organization 1 death by suicide occurs every 40 seconds, leading suicide prevention to one of the public health priority. Borderline personality disorder (BPD) is a common condition affecting 6% of the population. This disorder is characterized by unstable emotions, unstable mood, difficulties with relationship and feer of abandonment. BPD is also the psychopathology the most related to suicidal attempts. Indeed, up to 50% of the patients admitted to hospital after a suicide attempt are diagnosis with a BPD. Negative interpersonal events (events occurring between two people) are known as the main stressor that trigger a suicidal attempt. People with a BPD are highly sensitive to it. Unfortunately, patient care for this disorder is limited. Pharmacological strategies didn't show any efficacy and psychotherapies, although proven effective, are difficult to set up. As BPD is strongly related to suicidal attempts it appears to be a good model to study suicidal behavior. Thus, this study could improve knowledge in this field. Suicidal behavior in patients receiving the standard therapy (dialectic behavioural therapy: DBT) will be compared to patients receiving dialectical behavior therapy and acceptance commitment therapy (ACT). Clinical data reflecting how the participant is feeling will be collected as well.
X-linked hypophosphatemia (XLH) is a rare genetic skeletal disease where increased phosphate wasting in the kidney leads to hypophosphatemia and prevents normal mineralization of bone and dentin, with osteomalacia as a principal manifestation. In previous works, the investigators have shown that adults with XLH present with more frequent and severe periodontitis than in the general population, and that vitamin D and phosphate supplementation improves their periodontal health, as it does for the osteomalacia. Their medical records also reveal that early implant failure is dramatically increased in these patients, when no supplementation is implemented, and standard surgical protocols followed. In contrast, the investigator's preliminary data showed that successful osseointegration was achieved with supplementation prior and after implant placement and extended healing time. Here, the investigators propose to assess the current recommendations for implant therapy in XLH patients, with 24 implants placed. The current recommendations consist of: 1) supplementation with vitamin D and phosphate for 3 months prior to implant placement and 6 months after; 2) implant healing time extended to 6 months. If osseointegration is achieved, prosthesis will be fabricated. Radiographic and clinical examination at 6, 12, 18 and 24 months after placement of the definitive restoration will evaluate the implant osseointegration, crestal bone level and peri-implant tissues health.
The purpose of this study is to evaluate the safety and the efficacy of Human T Lymphoid Progenitor (HTLP) injection to accelerate immune reconstitution after partially HLA compatible allogeneic hematopoietic stem cell transplantation in SCID patients.
Each year, tens of thousands of cardiac rhythm devices including pacemaker (PM) or implantable cardioverter-defibrillator (ICD) are implanted in France. More than 25% of patients undergoing cardiac device implantation receive long-term anticoagulation therapy, that increases the incidence of pocket hematoma with potential serious consequences for patients. Although more and more patients receive direct oral anticoagulants (DOACs), limited data currently exist on the perioperative management of DOAC-treated patients undergoing cardiac device implantation and the optimal strategy remains unclear. Especially, the time of DOAC resumption after the procedure is controversial. We hypothesize that the time of DOAC resumption is the main risk factor of bleeding event in DOAC-treated patients undergoing cardiac device implantation, that is to say that a delayed DOAC resumption > 48 hours following the procedure will reduce pocket hematoma incidence compared with an early resumption, ≤ 48 hours, without increasing thromboembolic events. We propose here an observational multicentre national study to find out the optimal strategy.
GRECCAR 15 is focused on Locally Recurrent Rectal Cancer (LRRC) for patients with previous pelvic radiotherapy for the primary rectal cancer. This situation leads to a 20% higher risk of non-curative resection for the LRRC management (R1 status) impacting significantly the overall survival. The widespread use of neoadjuvant radiotherapy for primary rectal cancer introduces this new problem: the treatment of LRRC in previously irradiated area. The objective of GRECCAR 15 is to assess the efficacy of neoadjuvant chemotherapy followed by pelvic reirradiation versus neoadjuvant chemotherapy alone on the rate of curative surgery (R0) in previously irradiated patients with LRRC.
The purpose of this first-in-human study is to evaluate safety and tolerability of ODM-209 and find the dose of ODM-209.
The management of anal fistula in Crohn Disease is complex. In aim to obtain the healing of the anal fistula, different approaches can be proposed but the best strategy is not yet determined. The aim was to describe the therapeutic management of anal fistula in Crohn Disease.