There are about 9483 clinical studies being (or have been) conducted in Denmark. 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 aim of the study is to investigate progression in muscle affection in patients with pathogenic variants in the anoctamin 5 gene to: 1. investigate possible progression of disease over time 2. investigate good and reliable outcome measures
The overall objective of this randomized trial is to investigate the effects of treatment of AAS- induced male hypogonadism with combined therapy of letrozole and hCG compared with placebo on reproductive hormone levels, adherence to cessation of AAS use, fertility, cardiac function and quality of life.
350 new cases of hepatocellular carcinoma (HCC) are diagnosed in Denmark each year, but the overall prognosis is poor with a 1-year survival rate of less than 40% and a 5-year survival rate of 10% for the entire patient group. This national phase II non-randomized single-arm study of proton therapy in HCC is conducted with the aim to offer a safe and efficient radiation treatment to fragile patients with reduced dose to the normal liver compared to conventional photon-based radiotherapy.
A double-blind, randomized, placebo controlled intervention trial on patients with actinic keratosis.
The overall objective is to demonstrate preliminary efficacy of APX005M-carboplatin-PLD and APX005M-radiotherapy-carboplatin-PLD combinations as treatment for relapsed BRCAwt ovarian cancer patients, where platinum combination therapy is an option.
The aim of this study is to investigate the procedure efficiency, organisational and economic impact, and physician evaluation of the conventional reusable rhino laryngoscope vs. Ambu® aScope™ 4 RhinoLaryngo in procedures conducted distally form the ENT department e.g. in the emergency department (ED), intensive care unit (ICU), ward etc., i.e. consults.
EUS-FNB samples will be used for organoid cultures, which will be co-cultured with cancer associated fibroblasts derived from the surrounding stroma of the lesion. The organoid cultures will be used for pharmacotyping using relevant chemotherapeutic agents used in the clinic, and the organoid's response compared with the patient's response.
Researchers are looking for a better way to treat children who have chronic kidney disease (CKD), which is long-term kidney disease, and proteinuria, a condition in which a person´s kidneys leak protein into the urine. The kidneys filter waste and fluid from the blood to form urine. In children with CKD, the kidney´s filters do not work as well as they should. This can lead to accumulation of waste and fluid in the body and proteinuria. CKD can lead to other medical problems, such as high blood pressure, also known as hypertension. Vice versa, hypertension and proteinuria can also contribute to worsening of CKD. Therefore, the treatment of CKD aims to control blood pressure and proteinuria. There are treatments available for doctors to prescribe to children with CKD and hypertension and/or proteinuria. These include "angiotensin-converting enzyme inhibitors" (ACEI) and "angiotensin receptor blockers" (ARB). Both ACEI and ARB can improve kidney function by helping the renin-angiotensin-aldosterone system (RAAS) to work normally. The RAAS is a system that works with the kidneys to control blood pressure and the balance of fluid and electrolytes in the blood. In people with CKD, the RAAS is often too active, which can stop the kidneys from working properly and cause hypertension and proteinuria. However, ACEI or ARB treatment alone does not work for all patients with CKD as they only target the angiotensin part of the renin-angiotensin-aldosterone system. The study treatment, finerenone, is expected to help control RAAS overactivation together with an ACEI or ARB. So, the researchers in this study want to learn more about whether finerenone given in addition to either an ACEI or ARB can help their kidney function. The main purpose of this study is to learn more about whether finerenone added to either ACEI or ARB can help reduce the amount of protein in the participants' urine more than a placebo. A placebo looks like a treatment but does not have any medicine in it. Participants will also continue to receive their other medications. To see how the treatment work, the doctors will take samples of the participants' urine to measure their protein levels before and during taking treatment and after their last treatment. In addition, blood samples will be taken to monitor kidney function, electrolytes and the amount of finerenone in the blood as well as for other tests. This study will include children with CKD and proteinuria aged from 6 months up to less than 18 years. The participants will take: - either finerenone or the placebo, in addition to - either ACEI or ARB, whichever they take as part of their normal treatment Two visits are required up to 104 days, to check whether a child can take part in the treatment phase of the study. If participants qualify for the treatment phase, they will then undergo treatment for about 180 days. During this time, they will visit the study site at least 7 times. During these visits, the participants will: - have their blood pressure, heart rate, temperature, height and weight measured - have blood and urine samples taken - have physical examinations - have their heart examined by an electrocardiogram and echocardiography (a sonogram of the heart) - answer questions about their medication and whether they have any adverse events , or have their parents or guardians answer - answer questions about how they are feeling, or have their parents or guardians answer - answer question about how they like the study medication, or have their parents or guardians answer The doctors will keep track of any adverse events. An adverse event is any medical problem that a participant has during a study. Doctors keep track of all adverse events that happen in studies, even if they do not think the adverse events might be related to the study treatments. The doctors will check the participants' health about 30 days after the participants take their last treatment.
Bladder Cancer prognosis, treatment, and subsequent morbidity and mortality vary between the different stages, thus resulting in a different impact on patients' lives. There are some well known late effects of the treatments for bladder cancer, but the knowledge of their impact on patients Quality of Life is sparse. This study aims to determine the prevalence of late effects impact on Quality of Life and potential risk factors for impairment.
This subproject aims to evaluate a new nerve excitability protocol to induce itch in healthy controls by electrical stimulation. Itch has many similarities with pain, and the nerve fibers that mediate the two sensations probably have the same morphological and excitability properties. The method used in this project will be the same as our research group uses for studying nociceptor fibers (PTT technique), but the focus is on the itch sensation. Since the itch fibers also terminate in the epidermis, our PTT technique should also be able to activate itch fibers, similar to pain fibers. If itch could be effectively induced by electrical stimulation, this would generate a valuable tool for studying itch in healthy controls. The sub-project takes place in 2 sessions (2 hours each).