Topics

Clinical Trials About "Acute Appendicitis: The Influence of C-reactive Protein and Leucocytes on Clinical Decision-making" RSS

05:35 EST 19th February 2020 | BioPortfolio

We list hundreds of Clinical Trials about "Acute Appendicitis: The Influence of C-reactive Protein and Leucocytes on Clinical Decision-making" on BioPortfolio. We draw our references from global clinical trials data listed on ClinicalTrials.gov and refresh our database daily.

More Information about "Acute Appendicitis: The Influence of C-reactive Protein and Leucocytes on Clinical Decision-making" on BioPortfolio

We have published hundreds of Acute Appendicitis: The Influence of C-reactive Protein and Leucocytes on Clinical Decision-making news stories on BioPortfolio along with dozens of Acute Appendicitis: The Influence of C-reactive Protein and Leucocytes on Clinical Decision-making Clinical Trials and PubMed Articles about Acute Appendicitis: The Influence of C-reactive Protein and Leucocytes on Clinical Decision-making for you to read. In addition to the medical data, news and clinical trials, BioPortfolio also has a large collection of Acute Appendicitis: The Influence of C-reactive Protein and Leucocytes on Clinical Decision-making Companies in our database. You can also find out about relevant Acute Appendicitis: The Influence of C-reactive Protein and Leucocytes on Clinical Decision-making Drugs and Medications on this site too.

Showing "Acute Appendicitis Influence reactive Protein Leucocytes Clinical Decision" Clinical Trials 1–25 of 29,000+

Extremely Relevant

Acute Appendicitis: The Influence of C-reactive Protein and Leucocytes on Clinical Decision-making

Aim: To investigate if the results of CRP and leucocytes had any positive or negative influence on the surgeon's decision-making when handling patients with suspected AA.


Diagnostic Performance of C Reactive Protein and Delta CRP in Acute Appendicitis

The diagnosis of acute appendicitis is difficult and despite important advances in medical sciences, detailed patient questioning and precise medical examination are the main keystones of the diagnosis of acute appendicitis and up to now, results still unsatisfactory.

Hyperbilirubinemia in Acute Appendicitis as a Predictor of Perforation

It has recently been published that hyperbilirubinemia is a reliable marker for the preoperative diagnosis of perforated acute appendicitis. The investigators believe, based on their own previous publications, that C-reactive protein (CRP) with or without a white blood cell count and some other clinical parameters, are more specific markers for the preoperative diagnosis of perforated acute appendicitis. The purpose of this study is to prospectively compare the specificity an...


Diagnostic Value of Hyperbilirubinaemia as a Predictive Factor for Appendiceal Perforation in Acute Appendicitis

The values of laboratory examinations which are useful for the diagnoses of appendicitis are white blood cell count (WBC), C-reactive protein (CRP) and erythrocyte blood sedimentation rate (ESR). However up to date there is no laboratory marker for the pre-operative diagnosis of appendiceal perforation in acute appendicitis. Recently hyperbilirubinaemia has been associated with appendiceal perforation. Aim of this retrospective study is therefore to investigate if hyperbilirubi...

The Circulating Fibrocyte - a Novel and Accurate Biomarker in Diagnosing Acute Appendicitis in Adults

Accurate diagnostic biomarkers for acute appendicitis (AA) are lacking. Circulating fibrocytes (CFs) are increased in inflammatory states. It is not known whether they are altered in appendicitis. This study aimed to assess if CF altered in AA, and compared their diagnostic accuracy with white cell count (WCC), C-reactive protein (CRP), neutrophils, lymphocytes, neutrophils-lymphocytes ratio (NLR), monocytes, basophils and eosinophils in diagnosis of AA in patients presenting w...

Appendicectomy Versus Antibiotics in the Treatment of Uncomplicated Acute Appendicitis

Appendicectomy has been the treatment of acute appendicitis for over a hundred years. Appendicectomy, however, includes operative and postoperative risks despite being a "routine" operation. At the same time other similar intra-abdominal infections, such as diverticulitis, are treated with antibiotics. There have been some encouraging reports on successful treatment of appendicitis with antibiotics and it has been estimated that operative treatment might be necessary for only 1...

Complement Diagnosis of Acute Appendicitis

Acute appendicitis is a common condition requiring urgent surgery but is often difficult to distinguish from other non-surgical conditions such as urinary infections, pelvic inflammatory disease and non-specific abdominal pain. Delay in diagnosis can result in significant morbidity and potential mortality. Currently, there is no one diagnostic test available and raised inflammatory markers such as C-reactive protein (CRP) and White Blood Count (WBC) along with an evolving clini...

Perioperative Hyperoxygenation and Wound Site Infection Following Surgery for Acute Appendicitis

Patients undergoing open appendectomy for acute appendicitis were enrolled in a randomized prospective study.

Clinical Trial Comparing ERAT vs Antibiotic Therapy vs Appendectomy for Treatment of Uncomplicated Acute Appendicitis

Endoscopic retrograde appendicitis therapy (ERAT) is a new and minimally invasive method for the diagnosis and treatment of acute appendicitis.After a positive diagnosis of acute appendicitis is established by either colonoscopic direct-vision imaging or fluoroscopic endoscopic retrograde appendicography (ERA) imaging in patients with suspected acute appendicitis, the procedures to relieve the appendiceal lumen obstruction including appendiceal luminal irrigation, appendicolith...

Investigation of Oxidative Stress in Appendectomy - Open Versus Laparoscopic in Childhood and Adolescence

In the planned prospective randomized study, oxidative stress will be investigated by analyzing volatile organic compounds in the exhaled air in children. Children who have undergone open versus laparoscopic surgery for appendicitis will be compared. A better understanding of the effects of the surgical technique could be a prerequisite for an optimized surgical setting. It could also lead to recommendations for pre- or perioperatively antioxidative agents.

Comparing Proposed Algorithm and Current Practice in the Evaluation of Suspected Appendicitis

Acute appendicitis is one of the most common causes of acute abdominal pain requiring surgical intervention. In the current era, with diagnostic imaging technique like Computed Tomography (CT), negative appendectomy rates have been greatly reduced. However, the radiation risk with CT poses as a concern. Rules for clinical decision guiding CT utilization is thus essential to minimize unnecessary CT scans, which not only poses a radiation risk but also contributes to increased he...

(D)Elayed vs. (E)Arly (L)Aparoscopic (A)Ppendectom(Y)

The DELAY Trial will compare immediate (< 6 hours from decision to operate) to delayed (Surgery to take place the following morning) appendectomy in adult patients presenting to the emergency department with suspected acute appendicitis. The primary outcome will be 30 day postoperative complications.

Morphine Analgesia in Patients With Acute Appendicitis

The purpose of the study is to evaluate morphine effect on pain reduction and diagnostic accuracy in patients admitted to emergency ward with the diagnosis of acute appendicitis.

Comparative Study of Microwave Radiometry and Ultrasonography for the Diagnosis of Acute Appendicitis

This study will evaluate the use of microwave radiometry in a population of patients diagnosed with acute appendicitis and treated with appendectomy. The main purpose of the study is to report the results of microwave radiometry as a diagnostic tool in acute appendicitis and compare those results with the commonly used ultrasonography.

Relevant

Optimizing the Diagnosis of Acute Appendicitis

Aim of the study: to identify the signs of acute appendicitis delta signs - clinical, laboratory or ultrasound signs, whose change (delta) would allow to identify or deny the diagnosis of acute appendicitis without a computed tomography examination and thus to lower computed tomography rates.

Appendicitis in Adults and Children in France-A Prospective Study by the French Surgical Association Multicenter Cohort

Acute appendicitis still represents a surgical challenge, despite profound changes in practice in recent decades. The objective of this study was comprehensively document current surgical practices aimed at improving the management and follow-up of pediatrics and adults patients presenting with appendicitis in France.

EHR-based Decision Support for Pediatric Acute Abdominal Pain in Emergency Care

Although appendicitis is the most common surgical emergency in children, its diagnosis remains a challenge and thus, emergency department (ED) providers increasingly rely on computed tomography to distinguish appendicitis from other conditions. This project (a) uses electronic health record (EHR) technology to deliver patient-specific clinical decision support to ED providers at the point of care, (b) assesses the impact of this intervention on the use of diagnostic imaging and...

Pediatric Appendicitis Risk Calculator (pARC) in Children With Appendix Ultrasounds

Acute appendicitis (AA) is the most common condition requiring emergency surgery in children. At a network of institutions nationwide, a tool called the pediatric appendicitis risk calculator (pARC)1 is being studied to assess patient's true risk of appendicitis and provide guidance for clinical management to ER physicians. Preliminary studies have found the pARC to be more accurate at predicting risk of appendicitis in children when compared to other scoring systems. The study...

Optimizing the Antibiotic Treatment of Uncomplicated Acute Appendicitis

Appendicectomy has been the treatment of acute appendicitis for over a hundred years. Appendicectomy, however, includes operative and postoperative risks despite being a routine procedure. Several studies have proved promising results of the safety and efficiency of antibiotics in the treatment of acute uncomplicated appendicitis. Our previous APPAC study, published in 2015 in the Journal of American Medical Association, also proved promising results with 73% of patients with u...

Irrigation Versus Suction in Complicated Acute Appendicitis

This study evaluates the intraabdominal abscess rate after laparoscopic appendectomy in complicated acute appendicitis performing irrigation of the abdominal cavity or only suction without lavage.

C-Reactive Protein as a Predictor of Stem Cell Transplant Complications

The purpose of this study is to determine if C-Reactive Protein levels are predictive for complications post transplant.

Non-operative Treatment of Acute Non-perforated Appendicitis

Gold Standard treatment of appendicitis is appendectomy but non-operative treatment of non-perforated appendicitis with antibiotics is also under trial. Although appendectomy is curative but it is an invasive procedure done under general anesthesia with different risks and complications during and after operation, leading to disturbance of child daily routines and activities. Reported rates of perioperative complications are from 5% - 10%, with serious complications occurring i...

Emergency Department CT Scanning for Appendicitis

The purpose of this study is to compare IV contrast only vs. IV and oral contrast Computed Tomography (CT) for the diagnosis of acute appendicitis in adult patients in our emergency department. A secondary purpose will be to design a specific CT for appendicitis protocol at our institution at the conclusion of this study.

Appendectomy Versus Non-Operative Treatment For Acute Non-Perforated Appendicitis in Children

Rationale and Aim: The standard treatment for acute appendicitis in children is appendectomy. An increasing body of evidence from the adult literature suggests that acute appendicitis may be treated effectively with antibiotics alone, avoiding the need for surgery. The aim of this study is to investigate the effectiveness of non-operative treatment of acute appendicitis in children. Study design: Pragmatic, parallel-group, unmasked, non-inferiority multicentre randomized ...

Contrast-Enhanced Ultrasound Diagnosis of Acute Appendicitis

This study evaluates the ability of contrast-enhanced ultrasound to improve the diagnosis of acute appendicitis in children compared to conventional ultrasound.


More From BioPortfolio on "Acute Appendicitis: The Influence of C-reactive Protein and Leucocytes on Clinical Decision-making"

Quick Search