Edinburgh Clinical Trials

Completed Studies

Portfolio of completed studies.

For further information please click on the study name.

Rheumatology / Orthopaedics:

FAB (alendronic acid and wrist fractures)

ACT- Move (efficacy of switching to SC tocilizumab)

AXLES1 (x-linked hypophosphatemia )

SCOT (NSAID safety in OA)

LASER (assisted staphylococcal eradication)

PRISM-EZ  (paget's disease)

TANGO (efficacy of subcutaneous tanezumab)

OPPORTUNITY (osteoarthritis in knees)

TRIO-Physio (physiotherapy vs knee replacement)

Paediatrics:

CHILD-EU (lung disease)

BIDS (bronchiolitis)

 

Health Economics:

Allocative Efficiency in End of Life Care (achieving a more cost-effective mix of services within health and social care services to maximise the health of the UK)

Neurology:

4AT (triage tool for delirium)

CLOTS (stroke)

IST-3 (stroke)

MASK  (stroke)

MS-SMART (multiple sclerosis)

PREVENT-SVD (small vessel stroke)

SOCLE II  (stroke)

 

Cardiology:

cTnI Monitoring (cardiac damage in breast cancer)

DIAMOND (coronary atherosclerosis and PET CT)

EMPIRE (effect of elafin on myocardial injury)

FLAME

HighSTEACS (high sensitivity troponin)

MA3RS (abdominal aortic aneurysms)

SCOTHEART (computer tomography coronary angiography for the prevention of myocardial infarction)

National Atrial Fibrilliation Pilot

Gastro-intestinal:

MOBIDIC (E Coli detection in Crohn's)

TOPPIC (prevent recurrence of crohn's disease)

 

Palliative Care:

TiBoP (cancer induced bone pain)

 

Emergency/Critical Care:

ABLE (age of blood evaluation)

DESIST

ExPRES Sepsis (test to predict high risk patients)

INFECT (phenotyping immune cell dysfunction)

POP (paracetamol overdose)

RECOVER

SNAP

Telehealth:

COPD

COPD Respiratory Monitoring

HITS: Hypertension

Respiratory:

Monocyte Depletion

Obstetrics / Gynaecology:

AFFIRM (awareness of decreased foetal movements)

EMPOWaR (efficacy of metformin)

GAPP (management of chronic pelvic pain)

Endocrine:

BALANCE (diabetes: digital disease management)

Virology:

ELVIS (nasal irrigation for common cold)

Methodology:

PROMiSe

 

 

Further information:

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Data Linkage Studies Health Services Research Studies