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Efficacy of Penile Traction Therapy Using a Novel Device

This clinical trial is designed to assess the safety, dosing, and preliminary efficacy of a novel penile traction device on correcting deformities relating to Peyronie's disease, a condition which results in penile curvature and length loss. The trial is designed as a randomized, placebo-controlled study with men randomized to receiving no therapy or penile traction therapy 30 minutes once, twice, or three times daily. The study will occur over a 3 month period, after which an ...


Penile Transplant Study

One case of unsuccessful penile transplantation has been reported from China. The patient had suffered an industrial machine accident and lost his penis to the level of the pubic skin. Unfortunately the patient's wife insisted at about two weeks post-operatively that the organ be removed. At the time of surgical removal the penis was viable, except for a degree of superficial skin necrolysis. This has sparked debate on ethical issues regarding penile transplantation. South Afri...

Effectiveness And Safety Of Two Protocols For The Treatment Of Erectile Dysfunction With Low-Density Shock Waves

Randomized, experimental, non-inferiority clinical trial to determine the comparative effectiveness and safety of two protocols used in the treatment of ED with Li-ESWT, for patients seen at the Boston Medical Group's Bogota center. Protocol 1: Consists of five sessions, one per week, with 3000 pulses at 0,15 mg/mm2, at a frequency of 4 Hz. The distribution of the shocks will be 2000 pulses to the body of the penis and 1000 pulses at its base. Total duration: 5 weeks. Protocol ...


Trial of Pembrolizumab for Advanced Penile Squamous Cell Carcinoma

Penile squamous cell carcinoma (PSCC) is relatively rare but exhibits higher incidences in less developed countries. PSCC is a highly aggressive malignancy characterized by early spread. Pembrolizumab has recently been FDA-approved for the treatment of melanoma but will serve as the investigational agent for this penile cancer study.

Phase 2A Clinical Trial Evaluating the Potential Activity and Safety of hMaxi-K Gene for ED

To evaluate the safety and efficacy of a single intracavernous injection of hMaxi K (8000 µg and 16000 µg) or placebo upon penile rigidity or erection in males with erectile dysfunction longer than six months that is attributable to an underlying, stable medical condition.

Treatment Strategy of Ankle Fracture Combined With Deltoid Ligament Rupture

Ankle fracture is very common which is often combined with deltoid ligament injury. Although the incidence of deltoid ligament injury is high, but there is no unified and effective diagnosis method. Even whether the ankle fracture with deltoid ligament rupture needs surgical repair is still controversial. There is no high-level, multi-center, large sample, long-term follow-up clinical evidence to prove whether the repair of deltoid ligament is necessary or not. The main content...

Penile Length Maintenance Post-Prostatectomy

The objective of the current study is to evaluate the efficacy of a novel, class I (ie. lowest risk, clinical studies not required) medical penile traction device in preventing loss of penile length in men undergoing robotic-assisted prostatectomy.

Low Intensity Shock-wave Therapy (Li-ESWT) in Penile Rehabilitation After Radical Prostatectomy

Erectile dysfunction (ED) is reported in up to 85% of men who have undergone a radical prostatectomy for prostate cancer. A few small studies have recently shown that low-intensity shockwave therapy may improve sexual performance in men with ED. However, the optimal dosage and length of treatment is yet to be determined. The investigators propose a randomised trial evaluating the efficacy and safety of low-intensity shockwave therapy in men with ED following prostatectomy surge...

Reverse Total Shoulder Arthroplasty Versus Open Reduction Internal Fixation of 3&4 Part Proximal Humerus Fractures

Will patients who suffer complex humerus fractures have better functional outcomes and less implant failure with shoulder replacement (reverse total shoulder arthroplasty, RTSA) compared to shoulder repair (open reduction and internal fixation, ORIF)?

Evaluation of Surgical Treatment on Pain and Disability for Chronic, Non-healing Rib Fracture

Individuals with non-healing rib fractures may experience significant pain and disability. This is called rib fracture non-union, an unusual problem and one that most physicians have little experience with. The investigators hypothesize that surgical repair of rib fracture non-union is clinically efficacious and safe in 6 month follow-up. The objective of this study is to evaluate how repairing non-healing rib fractures affects pain and disability.

Rehabilitation Enhanced by Partial Arterial Inflow Restrictions

The Rehabilitation Enhanced by Partial Arterial Inflow Restriction (REPAIR) Study will be conducted in a patient population of individuals recovering from a traumatic diaphyseal fracture of the femur. Although the intervention can be used for any patient with muscle weakness following trauma, the persistent thigh weakness that follows a femur fracture provides a perfect model for evaluating the effectiveness of the REPAIR protocol.

Comparison of Conservative and Operative Treatment of Jones Fracture

The study deals with the topic of treatment of Jones fracture, comparing surgical and conservative approach. The fracture occurs especially in highly active individuals.

Early Extracorporeal Shockwave Therapy for Erectile Dysfunction in Radically Prostatectomised Men.

The purpose of this project is to assess the relationship between low intensity shock wave treatment (LI-SWT) and erectile function (ED) in patients who have undergone radical prostatectomy (RP).

Collagen Scaffolds Loaded With HUCMSCs for the Improvement of Erectile Function in Men With Diabetes

The intent of this clinical study is to answer the questions: 1) is the proposed treatment feasible; 2) is treatment effective in improving the disease pathology of patients with diagnosed diabetic erectile dysfunction.

Minimally Invasive Closed Reduction and Internal Fixation With Screws for Distal Radius Fracture

The purpose of this study is to confirm that minimally invasive closed reduction and internal fixation with fully threaded headless cannulated compression screws for distal radius fracture repair has advantages over conventional open reduction internal fixation with titanium plates, providing superior fragment stability and allowing for early rehabilitation exercise of the wrist joint, which improves recovery of function. Also to show that minimally invasive closed reduction an...

Tramadol Simultaneously With Sciatic Nerve Block for Calcaneus Fracture Osteosynthesis

Comparison of duration of efficient analgesia after painful surgical repair od foot fractures between groups treated with sciatic nerve block alone and sciatic nerve block simultaneously with i.m. tramadol

Injectable Collagen Scaffold™ Combined With HUC-MSCs for the Improvement of Erectile Function in Men With Diabetes

The intent of this clinical study is to answer the questions: 1) is the proposed treatment feasible; 2) is treatment effective in improving the disease pathology of patients with diagnosed diabetic erectile dysfunction.

Comparison of Overlap and End-to-End Repair in Anal Sphincter Rupture During Delivery

Rupture of the external anal sphincter occurs in about 4% percent of deliveries. It is not clear from other studies whether the results concerning anal function, e.g. fecal continence, are better with the overlap repair or end-to-end repair of the injured muscle. The researchers randomize women at birth to either overlap or end-to-end when the injury is recognized, and examine them one year later with special anal physiologic examinations and a validated questionnaire. The hypo...

VeSpAR: Comparing Vessel-Sparing Anastomotic Repair and Transecting Anastomotic Repair in Isolated Short Bulbar Strictures.

The investigators want to verify whether the surgical outcome of vessel-sparing anastomotic repair in isolated short bulbar urethral strictures is not inferior to the surgical outcome of transecting anastomotic repair. Furthermore, the investigators compare the functional outcome of both techniques verifying if there is less erectile dysfunction after vessel-sparing anastomotic repair than after transecting anastomotic repair.

The Association Between Preoperative Sepsis and the Mortality After Hip Fracture Surgery

The worldwide occurrence of hip fracture is high with an annual incidence of approximately 100 per 100.000 people(1). Mortality for patients undergoing hip fracture surgery is high with a 30-day mortality rate varying between 4.5 and 13.3 %(2-4). It is agreed that non-modifiable factors such as age, gender and pre-existing comorbidities contribute to early death of hip fracture patients(2). However, not many studies have focused on preoperative sepsis as a potential risk factor...

Transcutaneous Mechanical Nerve Stimulation (TMNS) by Vibration in the Preservation and Restoration of Urinary Continence and Erectile Function and in the Treatment of Erectile Dysfunction and Urinary Incontinence in Conjunction With Nerve Sparing Radical

After radical prostatectomy nerve damage in the pelvic floor usually occurs. This causes side effects in the form of incontinence and erectile dysfunction. It has previously been shown that one can stimulate the nerves of the pelvic floor by means of transcutaneous mechanical nerve stimulation (TMNS) done through vibration. This study will examine the effect of TMNS in the preservation and restoration of urinary continence and erectile function and in the treatment of urinary ...

A Study in Healthy Volunteers and Erectile Dysfunction Patients With Erectile Dysfunction

The purpose of this phase I/IIa study is to assess the safety and tolerability profile of TR399 in healthy volunteers and erectile dysfunction patients. This study will be conducted via a single-arm and open-label fashion.

A Multicenter, Double-Blind Study to Evaluate the Effect of Pretreatment With a Daily Dose of Sildenafil on the As-Needed Efficacy of Viagra in Men With Erectile Dysfunction and Type 2 Diabetes

To determine the effect on erectile function in a population of type 2 diabetic men with erectile dysfunction who have undergone the following treatment regimen: pre-treatment with a daily dose of double-blind sildenafil versus placebo for 4 weeks (Phase I) followed by an as-needed, flexible-dose, open-label treatment phase with sildenafil for 12 weeks (Phase II). To assess safety and tolerability of this dosing regimen and to investigate its effects on endothelial function an...

Investigate the Responsiveness of the Erectile Quality Scale to Vardenafil Flexible Dose vs Placebo in Males With Erectile Dysfunction (ED)

This study was conducted to evaluate in adult men with erectile dysfunction (often called impotence), the effect of vardenafil HCl on the quality of their erections. Many men experience occasional erectile problems during their lives. The causes of erectile dysfunction are varied and may be due to physiological or emotional reasons. This study is designed to study the responsiveness of the erection quality scale (EQS) to vardenafil HCl. In this study, vardenafil HCl will be com...

Radial Shockwave Therapy for Erectile Dysfunction

Objective: To evaluate the efficacy and safety of radial shock waves for the treatment of erectile dysfunction [ED]. Patients and methods: Randomized, double-blind clinical trial. The study will include patients of legal age with diagnosis of ED and score on the International Index of Erectile Function [IIEF-EF] scale between 11 and 21 points, who voluntarily decide to participate and sign the informed consent. Patients with bladder cancer, prostate cancer or active colon, ED ...


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