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TitleRecruitment StatusDate of Registration
IV NaCl (Sodium Chloride) 0.9% Vs (Versus) IV NaCl 0.9% + 5% Dextrose in Pediatric ER for DehydrationNot recruiting02/02/2014
Therapeutic efficacy of three methods of parenteral vitamin B6 therapy, the use of intravenous ondansetron injection, Rehydration in preventing vomiting, mild to moderate dehydration in children with gastroenteritis.Not Recruiting2014-01-22
Efficacy of a gel hypotonic oral rehydration solution in children with acute diarrheaNot recruiting09/01/2014
DeHydration: Assessing Kids AccuratelyNot recruiting25/11/2013
Optimising Diagnosis and Antibiotic Prescribing for Acutely Ill Children in Primary CareRecruiting20/09/2013
Ondansetron Administration to Children With Gastroenteritis, Vomiting and SOME Dehydration in EDs in PakistanRecruiting30/05/2013
Ondansetron Administration to WELL Children With Gastroenteritis Associated Vomiting in EDs in PakistanRecruiting30/05/2013
Dehydration Among School Children- MaliNot recruiting19/12/2012
Oral Rehydration Therapy in Children With Mild to Moderate DehydrationNot recruiting01/08/2012
Metoclopramide and serum therapy in control of vomiting in moderate dehydration due to Acute viral Gastroenteritis in children aged 1-7 yearsNot Recruiting2012-07-14
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