There are about 5341 clinical studies being (or have been) conducted in India. 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.
This study is aim to compare ROTEM and TEG guided coagulopathy correction in cirrhosis with non- variceal bleed.There are no other study in literature to compare this two group in cirrhosis with non-variceal bleed.This study will also assess the volume of blood product transfused with this two groups and it will compare among two groups.This will lessen the blood product transfusion and risk of transfusion relatedated complication.
This pilot study aims to explore and refine the trial procedures that will be implemented in a larger-scale clinical trial scheduled to commence in March 2024 (NCT05944926). As part of this study, 60 patients with moderate to severe depression will be randomized to either psychotherapy based on behavioral activation called the Healthy Activity Program (HAP) or antidepressant medication. The pilot study has two primary objectives: 1. Evaluate the feasibility and acceptability of the study 2. Collect essential outcome data in preparation for the larger trial
Diabetes prevalence is increasing among cirrhotics and use of OAD in cirrhotics is limited because of risk of hypoglycaemia and other adverse effects, therefore in this study we would be using OAD in the form of Sitagliptin or Dapagliflozin to look for glycemic response as well as to look for other benefits such as weight reduction and improvement in lipid parameters.
A drug-drug interaction study designed to evaluate the drug-drug interaction between SPRYCEL® 100 mg (US sourced) and Omeprazole in healthy, adult, human subjects
There are two parts to this trial. First, to compare the rate of myopia progression of spectacle films using Spatio Temporal Optic Phase (S.T.O.P.®) technology that provide a dynamic optical cue against single vision spectacle lenses. Second, to compare the rate of myopia progression of spectacle films using S.T.O.P.® technology that provide a dynamic optical cue against spectacle films using S.T.O.P.® technology that provide a static optical cue. A dynamic optical cue is one that changes, and a static optical cue is one that does not change.
The purpose of this study is to investigate and compare the effects of Christian and Islamic heart-centred spiritual meditation to mindfulness meditation and waitlist control conditions, respectively, in healthy adults. The potential effects will be studied at multiple levels, with a focus on psychophysiology, cognition, mental health, and social functioning.
The present study is a randomized, placebo-controlled, double blinded study to evaluate efficacy of EB-PA as protein amplifier for skeletal muscle strength & growth in males with active lifestyle. Approximately 160 subjects aged between ≥ 20 and ≤ 35 years will be screened and 138 participants are to be randomized. Both the IP and placebo study arms will have at least 40 completed subjects after accounting for the screening failure and dropout/withdrawal rate of 14% and 13 % respectively (Total 120 completers). The treatment duration for all the study subjects will be 30 days. The sustained effect of the product will be observed for next 7 days, wherein, the subjects will be abstaining from the protein and IP supplementation and will exercise at their ease.
Small intestinal contrast ultrasound (SICUS) is a modality of intestinal ultrasound (IUS) which does not require any parenteral administration of contrast agent but requires ingestion of around 500 ml of polyethylene glycol (PEG). SICUS does not involve any radiation. Computed tomography enteroclysis (CTE) requires colonic cleansing using polyethylene glycol (PEG) followed by infusion of 1.5 litres of PEG via a nasal catheter to distend and properly visualise the small intestine. CTE although accurate for assessing response to therapy and transmural healing in small bowel CD is associated with radiation and adds to cost of management. Magnetic resonance enterography (MRE) using PEG followed by 2 liters of oral fluid with mannitol was administered to distend and properly visualize the small intestine. MRE although accurate for assessing response to therapy and transmural healing in small bowel CD is associated with radiation and adds to cost of management. On the other hand, SICUS is relatively non-invasive method of small bowel assessment although the accuracy has not been studied prospectively. An earlier retrospective study in which MRE/CTE and SICUS are done within 3 months of each other, SICUS had identified lesions and complications in patients with CD with high levels of sensitivity, specificity, and accuracy compared to CT-enteroclysis (3). These findings need prospective validation. The accuracy of SICUS may be suboptimal due to constant peristalsis in the small intestine. Hence the investigators planned this study to perform SICUS in patients with small bowel CD who otherwise require a MRE/CTE for disease monitoring on the same day before the procedure with the same PEG preparation. If SICUS findings are found to correlate with MRE/CTE findings intros study, SICUS have the potential to replace other modalities for monitoring of small bowel Crohn's disease (CD) and emerge as a cost-effective, easy alternative. The investigators also want to understand the drawbacks and limitations of SICUS in this scenario.
This is a Randomized, Interventional, Prospective, Double Blind, Two Arm, Comparative, Parallel, Placebo-Controlled, Safety and Efficacy Study of Anti-Ageing and Skin Brightening Gel. Total of 44 adult female subjects (22 Subjects/Arm) of age 35 - 55 years will be enrolled to get 40 completed subjects (20 Subjects/Arm)
Introduction : The incidence of duodenal neuroendocrine tumors (DNETs) is increasing. Endoscopic resection is recommended for the management of small DNETs measuring ≤10 mm. Various endoscopic techniques have been utilized for the resection of DNETs including endoscopic mucosal resection (EMR), band ligation assisted EMR, endoscopic submucosal dissection (ESD). However, the published studies report a high rate of histologically incomplete resection even with ESD. More recently, device assisted endoscopic full thickness resection (EFTR) has emerged as a safe and effective resection modality in cases with upper and lower gastrointestinal (GI) mucosal as well as submucosal lesions. There is limited data on the outcomes of EFTR in cases with DNETs. In this study, we aim to compare the rate of histologically complete resection (R0) with ESD and EFTR in cases with DNETs.