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The Lois Bates Acheson Veterinary Teaching Hospital conducts clinical trials in conjunction with research on disease, diagnosis, and treatment of animals. The following are current, open clinical trials that are seeking participants.
Canine Skin Tumor Study
OSU is currently recruiting client-owned dogs affected by, or suspected to be affected by, cutaneous or subcutaneous malignant tumor. This trial evaluates alternative methods of surgical margin assessment to improve accuracy in determining whether a tumor was completely resected. Participants receive free surgery; lab and imaging services are discounted. You may schedule an appointment with the Soft Tissue Surgery service (541-737-4812) for an in-person consultation to see if your pet qualifies for the study. For more information email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Cruciate Injuries in Purebred Labrador Retrievers
In partnership with the University of Wisconsin, OSU is collecting data for a research study on cruciate injuries in purebred Labrador Retrievers. Currently seeking participants in one of two categories:
1. Over 8 years old with NO cruciate disease
2. Under 8 years old WITH cruciate disease
Exam and radiographs will take about one hour and the dog will not be sedated. There is no cost. To participate, contact email@example.com by August 15, 2014. More Information.
Omental Graft in Miniature and Toy Breed Dogs with Naturally Occurring Radius/Ulna Fractures
Currently recruiting owners of miniature and toy breed dogs with mid-diaphyseal to distal radial fractures who are considering internal fixation treatment for those fractures. The trial will determine the efficacy of an omental graft in addition to a plate and screw fixator. Surgery and other costs are provided by an American College of Veterinary Surgery grant at no cost to owners. Read more.
Canine Shoulder Injury Study
Currently recruiting dogs suspected of having an injury of the supraspinatus muscle of one or both shoulder joints. Dogs with a suspected injury will be clinically evaluated, and an ultrasound and MRI of the diseased shoulder joint will be performed. All evaluation costs and imaging costs of dogs enrolled in the study is free of charge. For more information about the study or if you would like to enroll a patient in the study, please contact Dr. Susanne Stieger-Vanegas: firstname.lastname@example.org, or Dr. Wendy Baltzer: email@example.com. More information.
Recently Completed Clinical Trials
Canine Laryngeal Paralysis Study
Feline Hyperthyroidism Study
A study on CT imaging of the thyroid in awake cats. Completed June 2014. Abstract.
Feline Injection Site Sarcoma Study
A study of cats affected by, or suspected to be affected by, an injection site sarcoma. Completed June 2014. Abstract.
Platelet-Rich Plasma (PRP) Injection for Dogs with Hip Osteoarthritis
Giant Breed Growth Plate Study
Evaluation of bone development in large and giant breed dogs