There are about 1673 clinical studies being (or have been) conducted in Colombia. 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.
Cross-sectional, correlational cohort study where the variables Aerobic endurance (6-minute walk test), Muscle endurance (Medical research council MRC), Flexibility (Sit-and-reach test), Functionality (WHODAS 2.0), Number of days were analyzed hospitalized in the ICU, in post Covid-19 patients after one month of being discharged from the Intensive Care Unit. Users who met the criteria to be part of the research. For the analysis of variables and statistical significance of the results, the SPSS Statistics 22.0 program was used
The primary objectives of this study are to evaluate the humoral immunogenicity of mRNA-1010 relative to that of an active comparator against vaccine-matched influenza A and B strains at Day 29, and to evaluate the safety and reactogenicity of mRNA-1010.
In the CATCH study, a multidisciplinary team of investigators from Colombia, Jamaica, and the US will work with national and local government agencies and health systems to test the implementation and effectiveness outcomes of implementing and scaling up a team-based care strategy for hypertension control in Colombia and Jamaica. This study will identify effective, equitable, and sustainable strategies to achieve hypertension control in routine clinical settings and reduce cardiovascular risk in the general population of Latin America and the Caribbean, as well as other low- and middle-income countries.
The main study purpose is to demonstrate the non-inferiority of T4032 compared to Lumigan® 0.01% in terms of efficacy.
An open-label, single-arm clinical trial to confirm the safety of monoarticular injections or bi-lateral intra-articular injections of RTX-GRT7039 in patients who have pain associated with osteoarthritis of the knee despite standard of care.
Introduction: In patients diagnosed with DM2, it is essential to achieve good metabolic control. One of the tools to optimize said control is self-monitoring with capillary glucometry or SMBG (Self Monitoring of Blood Glucose), which is indicated in all patients treated with insulin and is part of the "treat to target" strategies associated with education. Despite this, many patients do not perform self-titration of insulin due to the number of capillary glucose measurements (CG) necessary, or they do not record them adequately, which leads to therapeutic inertia. Digital platforms integrated with the use of smart mobile devices facilitate this process, and in experimental settings, they have shown a significant decrease in glycosylated hemoglobin (HbA1c) and an increase in adherence to therapy. However, at the moment there are no data about the efficacy of this system in the real population. Objective: To determine the effectiveness of the use of a digital platform for diabetes care, in terms of HbA1c reduction, compared with the usual treatment, in patients with DM2 under follow-up in a chronic patient care center. Methodology: A controlled clinical study will be carried out. Patients with a diagnosis of DM2, under follow-up in specialized centers, with poor glycemic control defined by HbA1c outside the goals and who have been discharged from a high complexity hospital will be included. Demographic, clinical, and insulin requirement variables will be recorded according to the total daily dose of insulin (DDT) in units. They will be randomly distributed into two groups; the intervention group will use SMBG integrated with a digital platform for diabetes care and the control group will use SMBG associated with usual care for 3 months. A comparison will be made between HbA1c levels, the number of episodes of severe hypoglycemia, nocturnal hypoglycemia, at baseline and 3 months.
The purpose of this study is to evaluate the safety and efficacy of cotadutide in participants with non-cirrhotic NASH with fibrosis.
There are different forms of physical activity proven to improve muscular strength and cardiorespiratory fitness. One of them is concurrent training, which is defined as the combination of two or more physical capacities in the same session (resistance and endurance training). Another modality is superset training, which is characterized by performing two or more exercises for the same muscle group, or a different muscle group, consecutively, with minimal recovery between them. To date, the evidence has shown studies comparing different resistance training protocols, vs. aerobic training, and vs. concurrent training, performed in various ways, on muscle strength and cardiorespiratory fitness. Most of these studies involved men with resistance training experience, and little research linked women. It should be noted that no study found has used virtual training to test the effects of superset training compared to concurrent training in women with low to moderate levels of physical activity. Therefore, this study aims to identify the effect of a superset training program vs. a concurrent training program on muscle strength, cardiorespiratory fitness, motivation, adherence, and health-related quality of life in women with a low to moderate level of physical activity for eight weeks virtually.
Global surgery has become the undisputed starting point for addressing a myriad of problems in surgery today. Therefore, it is necessary to constantly evaluate the scientific productivity in surgery, its behavior, validity and impact. In Latin America, specifically in Colombia, there are no studies that have analyzed this production. A retrospective cross-sectional bibliometric study was carried out, in which the Colombian Ministry of Science database was consulted with the validated results up to July 2021. In the search section for research groups, the keyword "Surgery" was used, and all associated Groups in Latin America and the Caribbean(platform where the information of the research groups can be found) and their registered products were reviewed
Visceral pain (VP) following laparoscopic sleeve gastrectomy remains a substantial problem. VP is associated with autonomic symptoms, especially nausea and vomiting, and is unresponsive to traditional pain management algorithms aimed at alleviating somatic (incisional) pain. The present study was performed to evaluate the safety and effectiveness of laparoscopic paragastric autonomic neural blockade (PG-ANB) in managing the symptoms associated with VP following sleeve gastrectomy.