Clinical trials for Nosebleed

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Title Recruitment status Location
A Prospective Randomised Controlled Trial of Management of Recurrent Nosebleeds in Children Recruiting United Kingdom
NIOX VERO nasal application in primary ciliary dyskinesia Not Recruiting United Kingdom
A Pilot comparative study of the efficacy and patient acceptability of the Rapid Rhino tamponade balloon and Merocel nasal tampon in acute epistaxis Not Recruiting United Kingdom
Comparison of the incidence of epistaxis following nasotracheal intubation when using either the fibreoptic laryngoscope technique or the Macintosh laryngoscope technique Not Recruiting United Kingdom
Diet and Hereditary Haemorrhagic Telangiectasia Not recruiting United Kingdom
Effect of Sildenafil on Pulmonary Artery Pressure during hypoxia and exercise in Chronic Heart Failure - Effect of sildenafil on PA pressure during exercise and hypoxia in CHF Not Recruiting United Kingdom
A randomised controlled trial to evaluate the effectiveness of community Paramedic Practitioners managing Older People calling 999 with minor conditions Not Recruiting United Kingdom
A Multi-Centre Prospective Controlled Trial Comparing Calcineurin Inhibitor Monotherapy With Sirolimus Monotherapy in Hepatitis C Infected Patients with Hepatic Fibrosis Following Liver Transplantation - Sirolimus and Hepatitis C following Liver Transplantation Authorised United Kingdom
A prospective randomised controlled trial of management of recurrent nosebleeds in children: antiseptic cream alone versus antiseptic cream with nasal cautery Authorised United Kingdom
Management of Persistent Epistaxis Using Floseal Hemostatic Matrix Recruiting Canada

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