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The aim of this study is to evaluate the effects of lifestyle intervention on the management of childhood overweight and to explore the factors that contribute to the outcome, as well as the costs for the health care system. The hypotheses of the study are that lifestyle intervention is efficient in reducing BMI-SDS and thus effective in preventing overweight to progress to obesity, and it is also cost effective. The research is necessary for the development of overweight treatment, and try to find out the optimal duration and intensity for the treatment and content useful for clinical work.
The goal of this clinical trial is to evaluate the effects of spirulina platensis supplementation and calorie restriction on anthropometric parameters, body composition, lipid profile, insulin resistance, serum superoxide dismutase (SOD) levels, and serum malondialdehyde (MDA) levels in men with obesity. The main question it aims to answer are: What is the effect of spirulina platensis supplementation and calorie restriction on anthropometric parameters, body composition, lipid profile, insulin resistance, serum Superoxide Dismutase levels, and serum Malondialdehyde levels in obese individuals? Participants will be respondents were given spirulina supplements for 30 days with a dose of 2x2 capsules 450mg Researchers will compare intervention group with placebo group that weren't given spirulina supplementation to see if there is any effects on anthropometric parameters, body composition, lipid profile, insulin resistance, serum Superoxide Dismutase levels, and serum Malondialdehyde levels
Obesity affects an increasing proportion of the population and is associated with numerous comorbidities that cause increased morbidity and mortality. The most effective therapy for morbid obesity is metabolic bariatric surgery. Surgical numbers are increasing worldwide. Before surgery, patients must try to reduce weight conservatively in a multimodal therapy concept. In addition, numerous protocols must be collected and appointments must be organized. Postoperatively, patients are expected to receive lifelong follow-up care, which increasingly overwhelms bariatric centers. People with overweight and obesity ° I are often left largely alone with the treatment of their disease. There is a considerable gap in care here. For the care of patients with obesity and empowerment in dealing with their disease, the smart visit app from the company aycan, which is adapted to obesity patients, is to be investigated. This is designed as a pilot project with the primary endpoint of usage and satisfaction (after 3 months, key secondary endpoint after 12 months). A total of 100 patients from 3 groups (postoperative, preoperative, permanent conservative with only overweight/obesity °I) will use the app for 1 year for this purpose.
The purpose of the study is to evaluate if a new study drug, NNC0487-0111, is safe and how it works in the participant's body, when given as an oral tablet to Japanese participants.
The goal of this interventional study is to test whether consumption of Wonderlab probiotics with prebiotics could improve obesity and overweight in Chinese people who are aged 25-45 and overweight. The main question it aims to answer is: - whether the weight of participants can be lost after 10 weeks' intervention 150 participants will be randomized into 3 study groups (50 each group) in the two study sites, who will consume assigned product according to instructions for 10 weeks. Three site visits will be made for each participant and all relevant clinical data will be captured and recorded into CTMS(Clinical Trial Management System) for statistical analysis. Researchers will compare the three groups to conclude whether the Wonderlab study product can improve obesity and overweight over placebo product.
This is a study to evaluate the safety and efficacy of K-757 alone and in combination with K-833 versus placebo in participants who are obese.
Surgical treatment is the most effective way to achieve effective and sustainable weight loss in patients with obesity and to improve the comorbidities caused by it. Although minimally invasive bariatric surgical procedures are applied today, postoperative pain is one of the most basic problems. Opioid-derived drugs used for pain control cause respiratory depression and constipation. Enhanced Recovery After Surgery (ERAS) protocols recommend reducing opioid use after bariatric surgery to help patients have a healthier postoperative period. Different methods such as transversus abdominis plane (TAP) block and erector spinae plane (ESP) block are used to reduce the postoperative opioid dose and for effective pain control. While these methods are effective in controlling somatic pain, they have no effect on visceral pain. It has been shown that patients' pain and opioid consumption decrease especially after celiac plexus block. Vagal and sympathetic afferent stimuli from the gastrointestinal tract, on the other hand, stimulate the vomiting center and cause nausea and vomiting. Paragastric neural block is a new method performed by injecting local anesthetic into the posterosuperior paragastric area in the area covering the left gastric artery by revealing the esophagogastric junction, proximal stomach, middle of the stomach, distal antrum, hepatoduodenal ligament and stomach posterior along the border of the lesser omentum. In this way, it is aimed to prevent both visceral pain and the symptoms of nausea and vomiting. In our study, the investigators aimed to evaluate the efficacy and safety of paragastric nerve block applied during laparoscopic sleeve gastrectomy by comparing it with the control group.
This study aims to establish the metabolic/molecular response in both adipose tissue and skeletal muscle as well as sensory experiences (pain, fatigue, drive) to prolonged fasting of 3 days duration. Participants will undergo sequential meal assessment before and after a 3 day fast with measures taken throughout each fasting day.
Cross-over arm of the pilot study evaluating a treatment for obesity.
The primary objective of this study is to understand the efficacy of S-309309 on the body weight of obese adults.