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chlorhexidine Clinical Trials
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In women that undergo non-emergency cesarean delivery, we are comparing the skin preparation solutions for best outcome of surgical site infection. The three different solutions are: Group 1: Iodine povidone based skin preparation solution. Group 2: Chlorhexidine based skin [more...] preparation solution or Group 3: Combination usage of iodine povidone and chlorhexidine based skin preparation solutions. Women are prospectively randomized to one of the three groups and followed until thier postpartum visit at 6-8 weeks following delivery.
Status: Recruiting Start Date: February 2013 Completion Date: July 2014
The purpose of this study is to evaluate whether use of the disinfectant chlorhexidine administered to the birth canal during labour and newborn at delivery can protect a woman and her baby from bacterial infections after birth. If effective, this could be used as [more...] an inexpensive alternative to antibiotics to prevent newborn infections in resource-poor countries.
Status: Recruiting Start Date: April 2004 Completion Date: November 2007
Characterization of green propolis and development of mouthwash containing propolis to control plaque and gingivitis. A Phase I.
Status: Not yet recruiting Start Date: February 2013 Completion Date: July 2016
Umbilical catheters are necessary for many infants admitted to the Newborn Intensive Care Unit (NICU)and utilized when indicated for up to 7 to 14 days. Bacterial colonization can occur at the umbilical stump and potentially lead to serious bloodstream infections (BSIs). [more...] This study is a prospective, randomized controlled feasibility trial to evaluate three types of hygiene products on umbilical line stumps, on the effect of line colonization and subsequent infections. Infants admitted to the NICU with an umbilical line(s) will be randomized into one of four study groups, three products against standard of care (no product). The three products that will be evaluated are currently being used in different capacities for skin care in the UVA NICU. The study hypothesizes that daily topical application of 1 or more antiseptic to the top of the umbilical stump will decrease colonization of the umbilical stump while umbilical lines are in place.
Status: Active, not recruiting Start Date: November 2012 Completion Date: July 2013
The purpose of this study is determine if topical oral application of a chlorhexidine antimicrobial spray will significantly reduce pneumonia and respiratory infections, and improve oral health compared to a placebo solution in nursing home residents.
Status: Active, not recruiting Start Date: January 2006 Completion Date: December 2009
Given the potential of skin cleansing with chlorhexidine as a safe, feasible, and cost-effective intervention for reducing neonatal death in developing country settings, this study follows a trial already underway in Nepal to test the impact of a single cleansing of [more...] the skin with baby wipes cotaining chlorahexidine.
Status: Active, not recruiting Start Date: March 2004 Completion Date: March 2005
The purpose of this study was to compare the antiplaque efficacy of a 0,12% chlorhexidine and 0,05% cetyl-pyridinium chloride mouth rinse (Perio-aid®) with a 0,2% chlorhexidine non-alcohol base mouth rinse (Corsodyl Care®).
Status: Completed Start Date: October 2011 Completion Date: March 2012
Objectives: The study aimed at assessing the efficacy of a new mouthwash in treating oral lesions due to removable prostheses. Methods: The present prospective randomized clinical trial was performed on 44 patients. The experimentation lasted for 4 weeks and [more...] 4 operators participated. The effects of the mouthwash were evaluated subjectively and objectively, with questionnaires, Visual Analogic Scales and clinical examinations. The results were statistically analyzed. The following variables were recorded: presence of mucosal lesions due to incongruous removable prostheses and lasting of pain after rinsing.
Status: Completed Start Date: February 2010 Completion Date: March 2010
The purpose of the study is to assess efficacy and safety of Flurbiprofen Chip versus Chlorhexidine chip (Periochip®) in therapy of adult chronic periodontitis.
Status: Completed Start Date: August 2009 Completion Date: June 2010
Dental plaque is a well known etiologic factor for gingivitis. Recently, herbal extracts are a matter of scientific interest to inhibit plaque accumulation on teeth. The purpose of this study was to evaluate the effects of pistacia Mutica (PM) mouth wash on de [more...] novo dental plaque plaque formation, gingival inflammation indices and oral microorganisms.
Status: Completed Start Date: May 2008 Completion Date: May 2009
The purpose of this study is to examine if single skin cleansing with 0.25% chlorhexidine affects skin condition, temperature, and bacterial colonization in stable preterm (28-36 weeks gestational age) low birth weight (1001-2000 g) infants admitted in a health facility.
Status: Completed Start Date: August 2005 Completion Date: February 2006
Infection after epidural catheter placement is fortunately rare. When it does happen, the affected person can become seriously ill. This study examines which skin disinfectant, chlorhexidine or povidone-iodine, decreases the number of bacteria that can be grown from [more...] the skin washed with each disinfectant prior to placing an epidural catheter for pain control in labour.
Status: Completed Start Date: November 2004 Completion Date: January 2008
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