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Condition Description  Investigator  Contact Information 
Burn  TXA Burn: The Effect of Tranexamic Acid on Blood Loss and Transfusion Rates in Burn Wound Surgery - A Randomized, Double-blinded Placebo-controlled Trial

The primary objective of this study is to  determine the impact of perioperative administration of tranexamic acid on blood loss and transfusion rates in major burn surgeries.  

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Steensma, Elizabeth  Nicole Walker
Nicole.Walker@spectrumhealth.org
616.486.6332 
Bio-repository  SHUB: The Spectrum Health Universal Biorepository provides a robust, diverse offering of high quality research and potential diagnostic samples associated with relevant de-identified clinical data to investigator

This study will collect biospecimens and medical informtion for use in labortory research to learn more about specific identified medical conditions.  Future research is focused on the prevention, diagnosis and treatment. 
Cottingham, Sandra  SH Bio-respository
616.267.2629 
Infectiuos Disease  Brincidofovir: Expanded Access Protocol to Provide Brincidofovir for the Treatment of Serious Adenovirus Infection or Disease

This study is an access protocol to provide treatment of the investigational drug called brincidofovir (BCV) to treat the virrus called adenovirus (AdV). 

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Duffner, Ulrich Laura Paulsen
cancer.research@spectrumhealth.org
616.486.8500 
NF1  NF1: Targeting the Mechanisms Underlying Cutaneous Neurofibroma Formation in NF1: A Clinical Translational Approach 

This study will collect biospecimens and medical informtion for use in labortory research to learn more about NF1 and skin-based neurofibromas. Future research is focused on the prevention, diagnosis and treatment.
Steensma, Matthew  Heidi De Vries
cancer.research@spectrumhealth.org
616.486.8500 
Sleep  Sleep Apnea Microbiome study

At present, the only way to screen and diagnose obstructive sleep apnea is by performing a sleep study which is not available to all children. This study will try to evaluate if changes in the stool flora or microbiome (microorganisms normally present in your body) could be used to screen or diagnose children with obstructive sleep apnea. 
Tamae Kakazu, Maximiliano  Bill Boshoven
William.Boshoven@spectrumhealth.org
616.486.6121 

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