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Showing 81 - 90 of 274 Clinical Trials
Description:
This study enrolls older adults who may have a completely or partially blocked blood vessel(s) in their heart causing a type of heart attack known as a ST-elevation myocardial infarction (STEMI). This may need a medical procedure called “Percutaneous Coronary Intervention (PCI)” to open narrowed or blocked blood vessel(s). This is sometimes called an angioplasty or ‘balloon procedure’ often with stent placement at the same time. The purpose of this study is to learn about the safety and benefits of different types of treatment for this condition. Read More
Eligibility:
Adults ages 60+.
You have had a significant ST-elevation myocardial infarction or left bundle branch block (LBBB).
Your physician plans to perform trans-radial Percutaneous Coronary Intervention (PCI).
Contact(s)
DAWN HOLLER
dlh68@buffalo.edu
+1 716-829-6115
Description:
This study enrolls people with Congenital Adrenal Hyperplasia (CAH), a rare condition that changes the body’s ability to create key hormones. To replace these important hormones, people who live with CAH need to take constant doses of steroids, which mimic hormones and help the body function. The purpose of this study is to learn about how safe and effective a non-steroid option is to treat CAH. Read More
Eligibility:
Adults ages 18-55
Has a diagnosis of Classic Congenital Adrenal Hyperplaysia due to 21-hydroxylase deficiency
You'll have been on a stable daily dose of steroids (glucocorticoids or mineralocorticoid) before starting the trial.
Please contact the study team for additional eligibility criteria.
Contact(s)
HUSAM GHANIM
ghanim@buffalo.edu
+1 716-881-8924
Description:
This study enrolls adults who have had a stroke. The purpose of the study is to learn whether the Q Revascularization System is safe and effective for removing the clot from the brain. Read More
Eligibility:
Adults ages 18+.
Have had a disabling stroke.
Contact(s)
JENNIFER GAY
jgay@ubns.com
+1 716-888-4811
Description:
The University at Buffalo (UB) Division of Behavioral Medicine is looking for participants who are overweight and over 18 years old. The goal of the study is to learn how the body uses sugar for energy, and the difference in eating sugar-free and sugar-sweetened Greek yogurt. Read More
Eligibility:
Adults 18 years or older
Are overweight
Willing to eat Greek yogurt
Do not have Type-2 Diabetes
Contact(s)
KATELYN CARR
kcarr@buffalo.edu
+1 716-427-4431
Description:
This study enrolls people who will be having intestinal or gallbladder surgery. We want to see if a technology called ActivSight helps safely identify and visualize bile ducts, blood vessels, blood flow and the health of tissue during surgery without using fluorescent dye. Read More
Eligibility:
Adults ages 18+
Will be having surgery to remove a part of your intestine or your gallbladder (aka laparoscopic or robot assisted intestinal anastomoses or laparoscopic cholecystectomy).
Contact(s)
Christina Sanders
cs328@buffalo.edu
Description:
This study enrolls children who are having an intracranial or spinal fusion procedure. The purpose of this study is to learn about the DNA of children who develop an infection after surgery. The results of this study may help us learn how to better control infections in children after surgery in the future. Read More
Eligibility:
Children ages 5-15.
Are having an intracranial or spinal fusion procedure.
Description:
This study enrolls healthy adults who will be getting a vaccine. The goal of this study is to learn about immune system cells called macrophages. Macrophages are important immune system cells that form when an infection is in the body. Read More
Eligibility:
Adults ages 20-55.
Generally healthy.
Scheduled to receive a vaccine, like the COVID-19 or flu vaccine (for COVID-19 vaccine, study must be done before and after the first dose of the vaccine).
Contact(s)
KINGA SZIGETI
szigeti@buffalo.edu
+1 716-888-4722
Description:
This study enrolls people who will be having a salivary gland biopsy at ECMC. The purpose of the study is to learn more about the tissue that makes saliva (salivary gland tissue). Read More
Eligibility:
Adults ages 18+.
People who need minor salivary gland biopsy for suspected Sjogren's Syndrome.
Contact(s)
JAMES ZEMER
jameszem@buffalo.edu
+1 716-645-2521
Description:
This study enrolls adults with pancreatic cancer. The purpose of this study is to learn whether an experimental device, a Tumor Treating Fields (TTFields) device called NovoTTF-100L(P), will be safe and effective when used with gemcitabine and nab-paclitaxel (chemotherapy medications typically used to treat this cancer). Tumor Treating Fields (TTFields) are low intensity electric fields delivered with a small medical device. The fields are used on top of area on your body where your cancer is. The purpose is to disrupt the activity of dividing cancer cells. Read More
Eligibility:
Adults ages 18+.
Diagnosed with adenocarcinoma of the pancreas (pancreatic cancer).
Interested and assigned by the investigator to have therapy with gemcitabine and nab-paclitaxel.
Contact(s)
Jessica McCarthy
jm279@buffalo.edu
Description:
This study enrolls infants who are very premature. The purpose of the study is to learn which medications can help very premature babies breathe more easily. Read More
Eligibility:
Children (infants) who have just been born.
Infants born between 22 and 28 weeks gestation OR 401-1000 grams birth weight.
Infant's physician has decided to treat them with surfactant.
Contact(s)
Jennifer Kachelmeyer
jldonato@buffalo.edu
+1 716-225-5794
Showing 81 - 90 of 274 Clinical Trials
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