There are about 149525 clinical studies being (or have been) conducted in United States. 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.
Investigators propose to rigorously evaluate the Close to Home (C2H) model via a cluster-matched control trial across 18 diverse communities (9 C2H, 9 control) in California via collection and analyses of social network, school-based and social media data. Close to Home is a primary prevention community mobilization model implemented in 10 communities across California that engages community members across multiple sectors and social networks to strengthen community connections and shift social norms regarding sexual violence (SV), but has never been rigorously evaluated. C2H moves beyond criminal justice, lobbying, or school-based curricular approaches, taking a true community-level and community-led approach. This is a five-year project, funded by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) for 3 years with competitive awards for years 4 and 5, and is conducted in partnership with the California Department of Public Health (CDPH) and ValorUs (formerly CALCASA). The University of California, San Diego (UCSD) and CDPH partnership is uniquely poised to conduct the first rigorous evaluation of C2H in California at this time.
This is a multi-center, observational patient registry. The primary objective of the study is to collect safety and performance data on the IlluminOss Device when used to provide stabilization and alignment for the treatment of traumatic or impending and pathologic fractures.
The purpose of this study is to find out more about the effectiveness of Tadalafil in improving hemodynamic capabilities, endothelial function, and end-organ function in patients who have previously undergone a Fontan Palliation.
Primary objective is to assess whether changes in quantitative tumor perfusion parameters 3 weeks after start of treatment of renal cell carcinoma (RCC) patients with immune checkpoint inhibitor (ICI) therapy. Secondary objectives are to evaluate if there is an optimal ultrasound imaging modality (conventional power Doppler or LEAD ultrasound or CEUS) or optimal time point to predict initial objective response
Our study aims to compare postoperative outcomes, postoperative pain and postoperative quality of lives in patients who receive the standard sternal precautions to those in patients who received self-managed sternal precautions following sternotomy for cardiac surgeries. The purpose of the study is to see if self-managed sternal precautions following sternotomy for cardiac surgeries lead to better quality of lives while maintaining same postoperative pain and rate of postoperative adverse events than standard sternal precautions. Postoperative pain and postoperative quality of lives will be assessed by phone call surveys. Postoperative outcomes will be measured by following the patients for up to a year using electronic medical record.
The purpose of this Phase 1 trial is to determine the safety over 1-2 months of topic sterile human recombinant insulin on subjects with optic neuropathies (glaucoma, ischecmic optic neuropathy, and optic disc drusen).
The aim of the trial is to determine if the synbiotic (prebiotic and probiotic), provided twice daily (capsule) is safe and tolerable in healthy adults.
Emergency department (ED)-initiated physical therapy is a rapidly growing resource and represents a promising treatment approach to low back pain. This clinical trial will evaluate an innovative model of an emergency department "embedded" physical therapist to treat patients with chronic low back pain, with a focus on improving patient functioning and reducing opioid use.
The primary objective of this study is to evaluate the efficacy of valbenazine versus placebo in participants aged 6 to 70 years for the treatment of dyskinesia due to cerebral palsy (DCP).
Recently more advanced techniques, including Polymerase Chain Reaction (PCR) and Next Generation Sequencing (NGS) are available to detect bacteria in urine based on bacterial genomes. Comparing to traditional culture, these techniques have more sensitivity and could potentially be of a great help in patients with Colony Count of less than 10,000 and more than zero.