Nottingham Clinical Trials Unit
The University of Nottingham
The University of Nottingham
  

TRIALS

 The Nottingham CTU is currently supporting the following trials, organised by alphabetical order:

Current Trails

A

           

ASAP

 

 

 

Adjuvant Steroids in Adults with Pandemic influenza

ASAP-Cropped 

B

   

BEEP

 

Barrier Enhancement for Eczema Prevention (BEEP) feasibility study

Beep

Blister

 


Bullous pemphigoid steroids and tetracyclines study

   

Blister

C

   
 

CIRACT

 

The CIRACT (Community-in-reach Rehabilitation and Care Transition) Clinical and Cost Effectiveness study

 

Ciract
 

Clothes

 

Clothing for the relief of Eczema Symptoms
Clothes

CORD Pilot Trial

 

Immediate cord clamping versus deferred cord clamping for preterm birth before 32 weeks gestation: a pilot randomised trial

 

Cord

CRAMMS

Cognitive Rehabilitation for Attention and Memory in people with Multiple Sclerosis

 

CRAMMS

F

   

FAST

Four-fold Asthma Study FAST

G

   

GOUT

Effectiveness and cost effectiveness of a nurse-led intervention against "standard" (GP) led care over a 2 year period


 

G-TOG

Gentamicin in the Treatment Of Gonorrhea

G-TOG

H

HAND-1

  

Fibreglass casts for heel ulcers in diabetes

Home Interventions and Light therapy for the treatment of vitiligo

HAND-1_logo

 

HEELS

Fibreglass casts for heel unlcers in diabetes Heels

HiLight

Home Interventions and Light therapy for the treatment of vitiligo

  

HiLight

L

Leucopatch


A Multicentre Study on the Effect of LeucoPatch in Diabetic Foot Ulcers LeucoPatch 1

P

PEPS

  

Psycho-education with problem solving (PEPS) therapy for adults with personality disorder - effects on social functioning

  

PEPS

   

POSNOC

Positive sentinel node: adjuvant therapy alone versus adjuvant therapy posnoc

R

RAPID

 

Preventing relapse of C difficile with Rifaximin

 

Rapid

 


ReMemBrin

 

Rehabilitation of Memory following Traumatic Brain Injury
remembrin

S

seAfOod

The Systematic Evaluation of Aspirin and Fish Oil Polyp Prevention Trial seAFOod

T


Tandem

A randomised controlled Trial of high and low dose Avastin for Neovascular macular Degeneration in the East Midlands

 

   

tandem

  

   


TARDIS

Triple Antiplatelets for Reducing Dependency after Ischaemic Stroke Tardis-cropped

Tich-2

Tranexamic acid for hyperacute primary Intracerebral Haemorrhage TICH-2

35/39 Trial

Induction of labour versus expectant management for women over 35 years of age 35-39-Trial
     

Previous Trials 

E

   
ENOS

Efficacy of Nitric Oxide. A randomised controlled trial designed to test the safety and efficacy of: transdermal glycerl trinitrate (a nitric oxide donor) or control; and continuing or temporarily stopping prior anti-hypertensive medication

 

 

L

   
LIMIT1

Effect of Topical Imiquimod on Lentigo Maligna

  

 

M

   
MIBS

Randomised trial to assess the effect of mesalazine on stool frequency

  

 

P

   
PANTS

Randomised placebo controlled trial to determine whether the effects of peroxisome proliferator-activated receptor seen in the laboratory can be a potential drug test in asthma

 

 
PCI

A pilot study to test the feasibility of delivering a motivational intervention in a community personality disorder treatment service

 

PITCH

A pilot trial to test the feasibility of a factorial trial to evaluate two interventions, ursodeoxycholic acid and timed early delivery, for the treatment of obstetric cholestasis

 

P3MC

Preventing recurrent Migranes in Children

 

S


StopGap

Study of Treatments for Pyoderma Gangrenosum Patients

 

SNAP

Investigating whether nicotine replacement therapy (NRT) is effective and safe when used for smoking cessation in pregnant women

 

T

TOMAS

Comparing the effectiveness of treating people who have had a stroke with a new outdoor rehabilitation intervention of standard care

 

V

VCT

Visual cues for gait training post-stroke

 

W


WORK IA

Work Rehabilitation in Inflammatory Arthritis

 


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