RESPIC: the association for clinical research among private non-profit institutions

RESPIC: the association for clinical research among private non-profit institutions

RESPIC, the association clinical research among private non-profit institutions, is setting up a platform to guide manufacturers and facilitate the development of clinical trials for both drugs and medical devices.

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Examples of multicenter studies open to inclusion with GhPSJ as sponsor

Examples of multicenter studies open to inclusion with GhPSJ as sponsor:

  • KAREAD : Randomised Controlled Trial to Evaluate the Benefit of Traditional Karate for patient with heart failure During Cardiac Rehabilitation, in Cardiology unit
  • IDFFOP : Prospective Evaluation of the Efficacy and Safety of a Simplified Procedure for the Percutaneous Closure of the Patent Foramen Ovale, in Cardiology unit
  • GMC9 : Multicenter evaluation of ceftolozane/tazobactam sensitivity on enterobacteria and Pseudomonas aeruginosa, In microbiology unit
  • COPROBLSE , pilot study : Impact of Beta-lactams on the Microbiota and Relative Fecal Abundance of Multidrug Resistant Bacteria And Its Importance on Infectious Episodes in Hospitalized Patients, in microbiology, ICU and internal medicine units
  • ARBORD : Extension of fusion to the sacrum in the treatment of deformities : Comparative Study of Arthrodeses in One Time by “Single Posterior Approach” and Two-stage Arthrodeses by “Double Anterior and Posterior Approach, in orthopedic surgery unit
  • INVICTUS Impact of Venotrain UlcerteC Venous Compression Device in the Treatment of Venous Ulcers in Daily Practice, in Vascular Medicine unit
  • APPLIAC : Setting up of the mobile application « My medication protects my blood vessel” : Study of the interest of patient under antithrombotic therapy toward an therapeutic assistance mobile application, in Vascular Medicine unit
  • PREVENA : Evaluation of therapeutic education for secondary prevention of patient after anaphylaxis, in the Emergency unit.
  • « Livret lombalgies » Lower back pain booklet : Benefit in primary care, of the “back booklet” edited by the heath care system, for the recovery of acute lower back pain, in the Emergency unit.
  • CINEBIOPHTA , pilot study: Study of the intraocular antibiotics concentration (in the aqueous or vitreous humour) after local or systemic antibiotics administration during endophthalmitis, in Ophtalmology and microbiology in partnership with the 15-20 hospital.