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Query: "AREA[SponsorSearch](Slb Pharma)"
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NCT IDTitle
NCT04311268Follow Fever to Decide
NCT04935736Postoperative Pain After Root Canal Obturation With Sealer Containing Prednisolone.
NCT04885686Endodontic Post-operative Pain Evaluation of Patients After Using Endomethasone N or Endomethasone SP (EndoPOP)
NCT04757753Root Canal Obturation With a Ready-to-use Root Canal Sealer (PA1704) Versus BioRoot™ RCS: a Randomized Controlled Trial
NCT04592094Evaluation of Performances and Safety of the Medical Device Blueback® Physio for Patients With Chronic Low Back Pain
NCT04586621Evaluation of the Performance and Safety of the Atoldys/ Lexilens Glasses Developed to Improve the Reading of Dyslexic Subjects
NCT04157829Evaluation of the Performance and Safety of a Medical Device Developed to Improve the Reading of Dyslexic Patients
NCT03874949Pain After Root Canal Obturation With Sealer Containing or Not 1% Enoxolone
NCT03685656Effect of ANACA3 Slimming Gel on Loss of Abdominal and Thigh Circumferences in Healthy Volunteers
NCT03640897Evaluation of the Safety and Performance of LiNiDERM® in the Prevention of Infant Diaper Rash
NCT04861285Gingival Displacement With RACESTYPTINE Solution and RACEGEL: a Prospective, Comparative Randomized Clinical Trial.
NCT03510403Efficacy, Safety and Acceptability of Nastent™ in Snoring and Obstructive Sleep Apnea
NCT04333901Compliance of Long-term Home Non-invasive Ventilation for Patients With Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease
NCT03592108Benefit of Cheyne-Stokes Respiration Remote Monitoring in CPAP-treated Patients With Obstructive Sleep Apnea to Detect Early Events of Heart Failure.
NCT04034901Study of Physiological Signals During and After COPD Exacerbations