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Registration date period
Results ordered by trial registration date, descending.
  1. The effect of breakfast consumption on physical activity in girls

    Registration date:
    Status:
    Ongoing
    Recruitment status:
    Not recruiting
    Source name:
    ISRCTN

    Background and study aims Many children and adolescents often skip breakfast and do not engage in the recommended amounts of physical activity. Research has shown that breakfast consumption frequency...

    Conditions:
    • Physical inactivity
    Interventions:

    Unknown

  2. Outcomes of bariatric surgery in patients with bariatric surgery

    Registration date:
    Status:
    Ongoing
    Recruitment status:
    Recruiting
    Source name:
    ISRCTN

    Background and study aims Cirrhosis occurs when the liver becomes scarred due to long-term damage. It can stop the liver from working properly, causing liver failure. A main risk factor for liver...

    Conditions:
    • obesity
    Interventions:

    Unknown

  3. Russian observational program ODA

    Registration date:
    Status:
    Ongoing
    Recruitment status:
    Not recruiting
    Source name:
    ISRCTN

    Background and study aims Chronic stable angina is a common symptom of heart disease that causes pain or discomfort in the chest. Medical treatments are the main approach to try to reduce the rate of...

    Conditions:
    • Chronic coronary artery disease and stable angina
    Interventions:

    Unknown

  4. A multi-modal intervention to improve care of the severely ill in Uganda

    Registration date:
    Status:
    Ongoing
    Recruitment status:
    Not recruiting
    Source name:
    ISRCTN

    Background and study aims Globally, there is a high burden of severe illness and associated deaths in low-income countries. To improve management of severely ill patients in hospital in low-income...

    Conditions:
    • Severe illness conditions as defined by WHO Quick Check+ (shock, sepsis, severe respiratory distress, altered mental status)
    Interventions:

    Unknown

  5. MRI assessment for beta-blockers in portal hypertension

    Registration date:
    Status:
    Ongoing
    Recruitment status:
    Not recruiting
    Source name:
    ISRCTN

    Background and study aims Portal hypertension (PHT) is where the blood pressure in the main vein of the liver (the portal vein) becomes too high. If a person has cirrhosis (irreversible scarring of...

    Conditions:
    • Portal Hypertension
    Interventions:

    Unknown

  6. Could improvement of care between hospital and home decrease readmissions of patients suffering of heart failure?

    Registration date:
    Status:
    Ongoing
    Recruitment status:
    Not recruiting
    Source name:
    ISRCTN

    Background and study aims Heart failure occurs when the heart is unable to pump blood around the body as well as it used to do. It often is caused due to heart attacks and usually requires...

    Conditions:
    • Adult patients with symptomatic heart failure hospitalized in internal medicine discharged at home
    Interventions:

    Unknown

  7. Maternal moments

    Registration date:
    Status:
    Ongoing
    Recruitment status:
    Not recruiting
    Source name:
    ISRCTN

    Background and study aims: It has been found that antenatal (during pregnancy) anxiety and depression affects 10% of mothers and has potential long-term consequences for their future child. This means...

    Conditions:
    • Antenatal anxiety and depression
    Interventions:

    Unknown

  8. Effectiveness of a pharmacist intervention in patients with lung disease

    Registration date:
    Status:
    Ongoing
    Recruitment status:
    Recruiting
    Source name:
    ISRCTN

    Background and study aims Chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD) is a group of lung conditions that cause breathing difficulties. Patients with lung disease often do not take their medications...

    Conditions:
    • Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease (COPD)
    Interventions:

    Unknown

  9. Is a one stage or two stage cleft palate repair more beneficial in children with complete one sided cleft palate defects with respect to speech development and palatal fistula formation?

    Registration date:
    Status:
    Ongoing
    Recruitment status:
    Not recruiting
    Source name:
    ISRCTN

    Background and study aims: A cleft is a gap or split in the upper lip, the roof of the mouth (palate) or both. Cleft lip and/or palate is a common facial abnormality which begins during development in...

    Conditions:
    • Complete unilateral cleft palate
    Interventions:

    Unknown

  10. Prehospital recognition and antibiotics for 999 patients with severe sepsis

    Registration date:
    Status:
    Ongoing
    Recruitment status:
    Not recruiting
    Source name:
    ISRCTN

    Background and study aims Sepsis is a rare but serious complication of an infection. It kills between 36,000 and 64,000 people every year in the UK. Early diagnosis and treatment of sepsis has been...

    Conditions:
    • Sepsis
    Interventions:

    Unknown