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ABCD Endobarrier Studies - The End-OSA Study

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The End-OSA Study
 
What is Endobarrier?
 
Effectiveness of Endobarrier - previous trials
 
What is the End-OSA study?
 
Trial Registry details of End-OSA study
 
Progress of the End-OSA study
 
Inclusion Criteria
 
Exclusion Criteria
 
Press
 
Contact the research team
 
Acknowledgements
 
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The ABCD End-OSA study is a single centre investigational study assessing the effectiveness of a new medical device called Endobarrier in patients with obstructive sleep apnoea and diabesity. The recruitment was started in March 2016.

This study has been funded and initiated by ABCD, supported by NHS as one of the NIHR portfolio studies.  The STUDY HAS BEGUN when first patient recruited into the study received her Endobarrier on 3 June 2016. This triggered a BBC news item which is available to view.

 

Endobarrier  
What is endobarrier? Introduction to endobarrier
Effectiveness of endobarrier - previous trials Clinical data on the effectiveness of endobarrier
   
End-OSA Study  
What is End-OSA study? A brief summary of ABCD's endobarrier in obstructive sleep apnoea study
Trial Registry details of End-OSA study Some facts and figures about ABCD's endobarrier in obstructive sleep apnoea study
Progress of the End-OSA study Where are we now with ABCD's endobarrier in obstructive sleep apnoea study
   
Selection Criteria  
Inclusion Criteria Information on ideal patient characteristics who might benefit from this study
Exclusion Criteria Brief information on exclusion criteria in this trial
   
Press  
On-line reports of the study Just a sample of the response of the media to the launch of the study
   
Contact  
Contact the research team Details of the team involved in ABCD endobarrier study
   
Acknowledgements  
Acknowledgements Acknowledgements for the study
 

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