There are about 3312 clinical studies being (or have been) conducted in India. 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.
The main objective of this study is to quantify the distal movement of maxillary central incisors and molars achieved with miniplate anchorage.
Drug resistant epilepsy constitutes about one third of all children diagnosed with epilepsy. Although ketogenic diet is being used for drug resistant epilepsy for almost hundred years, its restrictiveness and adverse effects interferes with its compliance. So less restrictive alternatives like Low Glycemic Index Therapy diet is gradually becoming more popular and its effectiveness is well established. Still the restrictiveness of such monotonous diets is one of the most significant issues for long term maintenance of children on dietary therapy. In this study, we are planning to compare the efficacy of daily and intermittent Low Glycemic Index therapy Diet in children aged 1-15 years with drug resistant epilepsy in a open labelled randomized controlled non-inferiority trial. The children in intermittent LGIT arm will receive the dietary therapy for five days of each week, alternating with a liberal diet on the rest of the two days of the week.
To demonstrate bioequivalence of single dose test formulation of Losartan potassium tablets (containing Losartan potassium 100 mg) of Pharmtechnology LLC, Republic of Belarus with reference Cozaar® (containing Losartan potassium 100 mg) of "Merck Sharpe & Dohme B.V.", Haarlem, the Netherlands in normal, healthy, adult, human subjects under fasting conditions.To monitor adverse events and ensure the safety
The study aims to assess whether time to CT is associated with survival in adult trauma patients in an urban lower-middle income setting.
This study will evaluate the efficacy and safety of atezolizumab compared with placebo as adjuvant therapy after definitive local therapy in patients with high-risk locally advanced squamous cell carcinoma of the head and neck (SCCHN)
This study is aimed at assessing the survival benefit potentially associated with CT scans for trauma patients in an urban lower-middle income setting.
The study aims to assess whether time between injury and first Glasgow Coma Scale measurement will affect its predictive value.
Consecutive patients who are planned to undergo a medical thoracoscopy for obtaining pleural biopsies will be enrolled in the study. One hundred subjects will be randomized in 1:1 ratio to undergo thoracoscopy to the following groups: Group A (mini-thoracoscopy) Group B (Conventional rigid thoracoscopy) Primary outcome: (a) diagnostic sensitivity of mini-thoracoscopy and conventional rigid thoracoscopy in the diagnosis of exudative pleural effusions
This study will test the well-known medicine turoctocog alfa for any side effects. The purpose is to test turoctocog alfa for any side effects in the Indian population. The participants will get turoctocog alfa. Turoctocog alfa is already a well-known medicine in India, and can be prescribed by the study doctor. The participants will get an injection every second day or 3 times per week. This is decided by the study doctor. The study doctor will decide the amount and how often the participants must take the medicine. The study will last for about 16 weeks. The participants will have 5 visits with the study doctor. If the participants agree to participate in this study, the participants will receive the first injection at the second visit, thereafter the participants will be trained to do the injection by themself.
All patients presenting to the emergency department of Institute of Liver and Biliary Sciences with known cirrhosis and hepatic encephalopathy with grade II will be included in the study. The patient will be randomized into one of the two arms of lactulose or polyethylene glycol. The patient on the lactulose arm will be administered 20 to 30 g of lactulose orally or by nasogastric tube (3 or more doses within 24 hours ) or if oral intake was not possible or inadequate. The Dose will be repeated to ensure 3-4 loose motions per day. The Polyethylene Glycol group will get 17 gm of PEG (Polyethylene Glycol) administered orally or via nasogastric tube. PEG (Polyethylene Glycol)will be administered in 3-4 doses in 24 hours to ensure 3-4 loose stools per day.