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Randomised controlled trial of calcium channel blockade with Amlodipine for the treatment of ischaemic vascular dementia.


Early use of Antibiotics for 'at risk' children with Influenza. A double-blind randomised placebo-controlled trial.


Automated Risk Assessment for Stroke in Atrial Fibrillation: cluster randomised controlled trial of an automated software system to promote anticoagulation and reduce stroke risk (AURAS-AF).


Benefits of Aldosterone Receptor Antagonism in Chronic Kidney Disease.


Inpatient Comprehensive Geriatric Assessment on the Number of Frail Older people 'Living at Home'.


Improving Care for Children with an Acute Illness (CRP). Pilot Study on the effects of adding C-reactive protein testing in the management of acutely ill children in primary care.


Self-management and support programme for Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease, A pilot study and randomised trial of a multi-component mobile-health based intervention.


Randomised controlled pilot trial of corticosteroid injection for shoulder pain.


Self-management of postnatal anti-hypertensive treatment. A trial development pilot study.


A randomised parallel group trial to assess the effect of SMS-text reminders for appointment, medication pick up and medication taking on mean blood pressure.


Telemonitoring and/or self-monitoring of blood pressure in hypertension. A pragmatic unblinded patient randomised controlled trial.


Randomised pilot trial to compare remote blood glucose monitoring with standard care in the gestational diabetic population.



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  • Suitable for open & blinded studies
  • Intuitive user-friendly interface

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