There are about 5339 clinical studies being (or have been) conducted in Sweden. 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 purpose of this study is to determine T-cell mediated inflammatory immune response in some participants previously exposed to atabecestat.
The study is a two-armed randomized cross-over comparison of leakage with nasal prongs and nasal mask interface in newborn infants treated with CPAP, born after 28 weeks of gestational age. For infants with an interface leakage, the trial also includes an observational part evaluating simple measures to reduce leakage. The study will be carried out in the Karolinska University Hospital Stockholm and in the Östersund Hospital.
The aim of this study is to explore possible predicting factors associated with physical activity (PA) level change in a 6-month period of physical activity on prescription (PAP) treatment. This is done in order to highlight potential predictors important for increased PA-level and to identify which primary care patients who may benefit from the PAP-intervention. Four hundred forty four patients are included in the study, 27-85 years, physically inactive, having at least one component of the metabolic syndrome (MetS) present and receiving PAP-treatment. Possible predicting factors of PA change at baseline and PA-level at 6-month follow-up are analyzed.
Deceased donor uterus transplantation will be offered to patients that have either been excluded from Gothenburg II because of donor criteria or because of early graft failure in Gothenburg I and II
The aim of this longitudinal study is to determine whether brain function is affected after a cardiac arrest. The primary question is whether cognitive function is affected after cardiac arrest and whether it changes over time (during the first year after the event), compared with a healthy control group. Brain function during cognitive tasks and emotion processing will also be studied using functional MRI (fMRI). Another aim is to study whether clinical outcomes such as PTSD, anxiety and depression can be correlated with cognitive function and whether health- related quality of life is affected after a cardiac arrest. The results from the cardiac arrest patient group will be compared with a healthy control group.
The aim of this study is to evaluate if modern technology such as smartphone applications can be used to facilitate lifestyle changes and thereby improve health-related quality of life in gainfully employed persons in the general population in Stockholm, Sweden. The hypothesis is that at follow-up, the intervention group that use the new application will have improved health-related quality of life and other lifestyle habits including diet, physical activity and sleep, as well as biomarkers, compared to a control group.
This randomized, single-blinded study will investigate the effects of Spinal Manipulative Therapy on Heart Rate Variability and Pain Sensitivity in a population of patients with recurrent and persistent neck pain. Alongside, the study will also develop a clinical test for Conditioned Pain Modulation and investigate its predictive properties.
Based on the high response rate in heavily pretreated patients with indolent B-cell lymphomas, among which it is likely that many have undetected transformed disease, the investigators hypothesize that idelalisib may also be active in relapsed DLBCL, particularly of the GCB subtype. Possibly, the efficacy may be related to the presence of specific mutations within the B-cell receptor pathway.
The study aim is to investigate whether preoperative heart failure has impact on hemodynamic stability during anesthesia induction by target controlled infusion of anesthesia (TCI) in non-cardiac, non-morbidly obese surgery.
The main purpose of this Phase 3 study is to evaluate the efficacy of 10 mg and 25 mg ACT-541468 on objective sleep parameters in subjects with insomnia disorder.