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NCT ID: NCT06262945 Completed - Clinical trials for Impacted Third Molar Tooth

Comperasion the Postoperative Effect of Low Laser Therapy and Platelet Rich Fibrin on Mandibular Third Molar Surgery.

Start date: January 2, 2024
Study type: Observational

The aim of this study was investigate the comparison of postoperative effects of low laser treatment and platelet-rich fibrin application on mandibular impacted third molar tooth extraction. The study included a total of 60 patients with impacted mandibular third molar. Patients were evaluated in 4 randomly separated groups. In group 1, PRF was applied to the tooth socket. In group 2, PRF was applied to the tooth socket combined with Low Laser Treatment extraorally to the extraction area for three days within surgery day In group 3, Low Laser Treatment was applied to the extraorally to the extraction area for three days within surgery day. In group 4 (control group), tradional osteomy was made. The outcome variables were pain, swelling, the number of analgesics taken, and trismus. These variables were also assessed based on first, second, third, and seventh days following the operation. All of the 4 groups patients were prescribed an 875/125 mg amoxicillin/clavulanic acid tablet twice daily for five days.

NCT ID: NCT06229808 Completed - Labor Pain Clinical Trials

The Effect of the Multifunctional Birthing Ball on Labor Pain

Start date: January 2, 2022
Phase: N/A
Study type: Interventional

Objective: By using the newly designed multifunctional birthing ball, it is aimed to reduce the intense perineal and sacral pain in the first and second stages of labor, to prevent perineal tears, pain and episiotomy opening with perineal heating, to take advantage of the positive effects of the birthing ball on the pelvis to support active labor and shorten the duration of labor, and to increase the satisfaction of mothers with labor by reducing anxiety and pain. Materials and Methods: The multifunctional birthing ball will support the active movements of the pregnant woman, as well as warming the perineum while providing lumbar and back massage. The multifunctional birthing ball was developed by researchers and manufactured by the Near East University 3D Lab. The bottom of the ball is made of flexible and explosion-proof material filled with air. The purpose of the ball is to enable the pregnant woman to make swinging and bouncing movements during active labor. The massager and heating pad will be controlled by a single electronic circuit. Three different massage modes can be selected: continuous, intermittent and fluctuating. The heating pad can be turned on and off with a single button and the temperature can be adjusted (decrease-increase). To prevent overheating and tissue damage, a maximum temperature of 42 °C was fixed on the control. The inner padding is made of a material that protects both the massager and the heating pad from external factors and also serves as a seat. The shape of the device is designed to ensure that the massager is in full contact with the waist when the pregnant woman sits on the ball. The coating of the massage chair and heating pad is made of cleanable material suitable for hospital use.

NCT ID: NCT06225063 Active, not recruiting - Chronic Neck Pain Clinical Trials

The Comparison of Pilates With Cognitive Functional Therapy in Adults With Chronic Neck Pain

Start date: August 15, 2023
Phase: N/A
Study type: Interventional

The aim of this study is to compare the effectiveness of Pilates compared with Cognitive Functional Therapy in adults with chronic neck pain.

NCT ID: NCT06214104 Not yet recruiting - Newborn; Vitality Clinical Trials

Acupressure Therapy Method and Heel Blood Effect of Position on Pain and Physiological Parameters

Start date: February 1, 2024
Phase: N/A
Study type: Interventional

It is important that integrated methods, which will not have a negative impact on the future health of babies who have just started life, are used in neonatal pain management by nurses who are in direct contact with babies, in terms of their ease of applicability. In addition, considering that by reducing the pain of newborns, their comfort will increase, mother-baby bonding will be greater, the newborn's adaptation to the outside world will increase, and sensory neural development will be positively affected. It is important for shaping. When the literature was examined, no study was found that examined the effect of the acupressure therapy method applied during heel blood collection of newborns and the effect of the fetal position on pain together. Accordingly, our study aimed to investigate the effects of these two important methods on pain and physiological parameters in newborns.

NCT ID: NCT06210412 Not yet recruiting - Quality of Life Clinical Trials

The Effect of Health Education and Yoga on Menopause Symptoms and Quality of Life According to Pender's Model

Start date: March 1, 2024
Phase: N/A
Study type: Interventional

The aim of the study is to examine the effect of health education and yoga intervention prepared according to Pender's Health Promotion Model on menopausal women's "menopause-specific quality of life" compared to routine care. Health education and yoga will be conducted by a certified and responsible investigator. After obtaining informed consent from the participants, the scales will be applied before and after health education and yoga practice.

NCT ID: NCT06190587 Completed - Healthy Clinical Trials

Effect of Goji Berry Consumption on Biochemical Parameters

Start date: May 15, 2022
Phase: N/A
Study type: Interventional

Goji Berry as a functional food have been shown to reduce risk of hyperlipidemia, type 2 diabetes, etc. However, human studies are limited in this area. In this study, it has been aimed to evaluate the effect of goji berry consumption on some biochemical parameters in healthy individuals.

NCT ID: NCT06184061 Enrolling by invitation - Diet, Healthy Clinical Trials

Acute Effects of Herbal Dietary Supplements on Aerobic Performance

Start date: November 30, 2023
Phase: N/A
Study type: Interventional

Positive effects of herbal supplements such as red berries, ginseng, ashwagandha on athletic performance have been reported. The aim of this study was to evaluate the acute effects of a herbal dietary supplement prepared from a mixture of red berries, ginseng and ashwagandha on aerobic performance of recreational athletes.

NCT ID: NCT06181513 Recruiting - Clinical trials for Neurodegenerative Diseases

Probiotics in Mild Alzheimer's Disease

Start date: December 19, 2022
Phase: Early Phase 1
Study type: Interventional

The main objective is to investigate whether administration of probiotics to patients with mild Alzheimer's Disease (AD) reduces neuroinflammation, improves cognitive function and modifies neurophysiological measures, compared to a patient group that receives placebo (no active probiotics).

NCT ID: NCT06180135 Recruiting - Clinical trials for Gastrointestinal Functions

The Effect Of Coffee And Tea Drink On Gis Functions Healing Quality After Surgery in Patients Surgery

Start date: August 5, 2023
Phase: N/A
Study type: Interventional

The positive effects of coffee on general health, central nervous system, cardiovascular system and bowel movements in healthy people are known. In a few studies conducted in recent years, it is stated that coffee consumption is a safe and effective method for accelerating bowel movements after surgical intervention. It is known that many plants have been used for medicinal purposes since ancient times in the world. Among these plants is fennel (foeniculum vulgare). The fennel plant was used as a spice in Greece and Rome, as well as recognized and used for medicinal purposes. Fennel, dyspeptic ailments; it is effective in spasmodic gastrointestinal complaints, bloating, gas and upper respiratory tract disorders This research; A randomized controlled study was planned to evaluate the effects of Turkish coffee and fennel tea consumption on patients' gastrointestinal functions and healing quality after laparoscopic cholecystectomy surgery.

NCT ID: NCT06138288 Completed - Clinical trials for Cesarean Section Complications

Acupressure Applied After Cesarean Section on Postpartum Pain

Start date: November 20, 2023
Study type: Observational [Patient Registry]

Pressure applied according to the principles of acupressure limits the pain limit, reduces the secretion of endorphins, which is a neurochemical, reduces the tension in the muscles, reduces the amount of oxygen in the blood flow, and finally provides duration and relaxation. Acupressure application is becoming more and more common nowadays because it is a noninvasive, safe, easy-to-apply and effective method without side effects. It seems that there is a limit to the study in which group acupressure applications in the literature are examined together on pain and comfort after cesarean section. In these basic points, the expectations of achieving postpartum pain and postpartum comfort of acupressure applied after cesarean delivery in this study. The circle of the research; There will be women who will have repeated cesarean section in a private Obstetrics Clinic in Famagusta. Women will be separated from two groups, one group will continue acupressure and the other group will do routine care. Visual analog scale and end-of-birth comfort procedure will be applied to women before and after the application.