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Nitric Oxide Production in MELAS Syndrome (External Link)
What does the study involve? Individuals with MELAS syndrome will be admitted twice to the General Clinical Research Center (GCRC) at Texas Children's Hospital. Each time they will stay for …
Baylor Role: Lead Sponsor
Completed
Micro-mobile Foot Compression and Diabetic Foot (External Link)
Diabetic foot ulceration (DFU) is a common and largely preventable complication. While most of these ulcers can be treated successfully, some will persist and become infected. Ultimately, nearly one fifth …
Baylor Role: Lead Sponsor
Recruiting
Using Game-based Exercise to Improve Balance in Cancer Patients (External Link)
Cancer patients with chemotherapy-induced peripheral neuropathy (CIPN) have deficits in sensory and motor skills leading to inappropriate proprioceptive feedback, impaired postural control and high fall risk. This study will investigate …
Baylor Role: Lead Sponsor
Unknown Status
The Cardiovascular Genetic and Therapeutic Implications of Muscular Dystrophy (External Link)
Objective(s) and Hypothesis(es): The objectives to be evaluated are as follows: Specific Hypothesis #1: Heart disease, specifically dilated cardiomyopathy, can be identified early in patients with muscular dystrophy and allow …
Baylor Role: Lead Sponsor
Recruiting
L-Citrulline Dose Finding Safety Study in MELAS (External Link)
The human body is made of many cells and each cell contains many mitochondria. Mitochondria are called the powerhouses of the cell, because they produce the energy needed for a …
Baylor Role: Lead Sponsor
Active, Not Recruiting
Clinical Trial of Wireless CranioFacial Nerve Stimulation (CFNS) for the Treatment of CranioFacial Neuropathic Pain (External Link)
Subjects will be randomized at enrollment into either a delayed or immediate continuation group. The immediate continuation group will immediately continue with the stimulation after a 30-day trial period and …
Baylor Role: Collaborator
Not Yet Recruiting
Electrical Stimulation for Post Acute COVID-19 Syndrome (External Link)
Postacute COVID-19 syndrome (PACS) is an emerging entity that has been clearly recognized by musculoskeletal pain, fatigue, cognitive, and sleep disturbances, among other symptoms, in patients who have recovered from …
Baylor Role: Lead Sponsor
Completed
Electrical Stimulation to Accelerate Wound Healing (External Link)
Electrical stimulation may offer a unique treatment option to heal complicated and recalcitrant wounds, improve flap and graft survival, and even reduce the likelihood of ulceration. Electrical stimulation has been …
Baylor Role: Lead Sponsor