There are about 5537 clinical studies being (or have been) conducted in Egypt. 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.
1 - study morphological and morphometric features of the glenoid cavity in human scapulae bone and its function. 2- study morphological and morphometric features of the acetabulum in human hip bone and its function.
The aim of the current study is to compare abdominal sacral cervicopexy with vaginal sacrospinous cervicopexy in women with apical prolapse in terms of operative time, procedures safety and efficacy.
Compare between Buccal fat pad and subepithelial connective tissue graft in treatment of localized recession. Primary objective: to evaluate root coverage in terms of gingival thickness and esthetic. Secondary objective: to evaluate patient satisfaction and postoperative pain.
Since TMJ and cervical pain incidence are rising and both structures are highly interrelated anatomically and functionally. And yet no standard protocol for TMD therapy The objective of this study is to state if there is a correlation between TMD and cervical dysfunction. To help reach a better diagnosis and a more holistic treatment. Forty volunteers (15 male and 25 female) between the ages of 20 to 40 were recruited. Cervical ROM was measured in all directions (rotation, flexion and extension, and sidebending) by CROM device, and a 10 cm plastic ruler marked in both centimeters and millimeters was used to measure TMJ vertical opening.
Von Willebrand's disease (VWD) is the most common inherited bleeding disorder. It arises from a deficiency in the quality or quantity of von Willebrand factor (VWF), a multimeric protein that is required for platelet adhesion. Typical patients present with mucocutaneous bleeding symptoms because of reduced circulating von Willebrand factor (VWF) In this study we will use the ISTH/SSC BLEEDING assessment tool as a standardized questionnaire and a proposal for a new bleeding score for inherited bleeding disorders
The present study was designed to provide further evidence in this particular research prospective, and this study hence aimed to clinically evaluate the 5-years adhesion durability of indirect resin composite inlays luted with three different resin cement strategies in MOD Class II restorations. The formulated null hypothesis was that there is no significant difference in the clinical performances of the three different resin cement strategies for luting indirect resin composite inlays in MOD Class II restorations for 5-years. The research question was as follows: Do self-adhesive resin cements in class II restorations present better clinical performances than conventional etch-and-rinse and self-etch resin cements according to the USPHS criteria?
Perioperative bleeding is the most common complication related to transurethral resection of prostate, the aim of the study is to compare the effect of pre-operative use of finasteride versus Cyproterone acetate on blood loss with mono polar TURP
The aim of this study is to evaluate the efficacy and safety of Mefloquine as a prophylaxis against SARS-Cov-2 infection in household contacts of COVID 19 confirmed. This study is an open-label, randomized, placebo controlled trial. A total of 1500 household contacts of COVID-19 confirmed cases who will attend triaging clinic of 5 Egyptian university centers (Helwan university hospital, Ain Shams university hospital, Assiut University Hospital, Fayoum university hospital and Tanta university hospital). The household contacts of COVID-19 confirmed subjects with a decision for home-isolation will be recruited to participate into this study. The recruited subjects from each center will be randomly assigned (locally in that center) into 2 groups (750 volunteer in each group). The 1st group will receive Mefloquine (1100-1650 mg according to body weight), orally, while the other group will receive the same number of placebo tablets (control group). Previous infection will be excluded for all recruited subjects by testing for the presence of anti-bodies against COVID-19 to exclude previous infection. Subjects who are tested negative will be allocated into one of the 2 study groups after randomization, and treatment will be started immediately (either mefloquine or placebo). In addition, a nasopharyngeal swap will be taken from each recruited subject and tested by PCR for COVID-19 to exclude current infection. After having the PCR results, positive cases will be analyzed separately to test for the disease severity. Neurological and cardiac assessment will be done for all volunteers before recruitment to exclude the presence of any contraindication for Mefloquine intake. Both groups will be followed up clinically to detect any symptom or sign of COVID-19 infection for 2 weeks (during the period of home isolation). Nasopharyngeal swap with PCR for COVID-19 will be done for all included subjects at the end of the follow-up period (14 days), or at the appearance of symptoms or signs suggesting COVID-19 infection. Primary end points of the study are either: - End of follow up period (2 weeks) - Confirmed diagnosis of COVID-19 infection during the study time Initial severity assessment of COVID-19 infection will be done in all infected subjects in both groups to compare severity, in addition to following up of the fate of the infected subjects.
Aim of our work: First aim: Classify patients with adult-onset diabetes according to the novel classification into new subgroups, depending on multiple variables related clinically to those patients. Second aim: To identify the association between the new classification subgroups and the presence of common microvascular complications (retinopathy, nephropathy, and neuropathy), which can help in the early prediction of these complications and their early management.
To assess the impact of percutaneous renal access technique on outcomes of percutaneous nephrolithotomy in management of renal stones by comparing the Triangulation and ''eye of the needle'' (or bull's eye) and the stone targeted techniques in the following:- 1. Stone free rate (SFR) (primary outcome). 2. Complicatins of surgery (primary outcome). 3. Change in haematocrit pre and postoperative (secondary outcome). 4. Operative time (secondary outcome). 5. Duration of hospitalization (secondary outcome). . 7-Fluroscpic screening time (FST) (secondary outcome). . 8- Change in haematocrit pre and postoperative (secondary outcome).