World Health Organization site
TitleRecruitment StatusDate of Registration
To establish effective nutrition protocol for community based management of children with Severe Acute Malnutrition and to demonstrate operational feasibility through the existing Government system in Nandurbar district of Maharashtra in IndiaRecruiting02-09-2014
Integrated Program for Children With Severe Acute Malnutrition in Madhya Pradesh, IndiaNot recruiting03/08/2013
Effectiveness of ready to eat food in treating severely malnourished children in community settings, a study from PuducherryNot Recruiting21-02-2013
Evaluation of three standard dietary regimes in the treatment of Severe Malnutrition: The 'TranSAM study'Not recruiting14/01/2013
F-75 vs undiluted milk for severely malnourished infantsNot Recruiting07-12-2012
Effects of Three Feeding Regimens on Recovery of Uncomplicated Severely Acute Malnourished ChildrenNot recruiting08/10/2012
A clinical trial to study the efficacy of whole milk feeding during initial management of severely malnourished childrenNot Recruiting01-07-2011
Comparison of 10% milk ready-to-use food to 25% milk ready-to-use food in the treatment of severely malnourished, Malawian childrenNot recruiting04/06/2009
A study of the concentration of ciprofloxacin in the body over time when given by mouthNot recruiting10/06/2008
Controlled Trial to Test the Efficacy of Lipid-based Nutrient Supplements to Prevent Severe Stunting Among InfantsNot recruiting31/08/2007
Disclaimer: Trials posted on this search portal are not endorsed by WHO, but are provided as a service to our users. In no event shall the World Health Organization be liable for any damages arising from the use of the information linked to in this section. None of the information obtained through use of the search portal should in any way be used in clinical care without consulting a physician or licensed health professional. WHO is not responsible for the accuracy, completeness and/or use made of the content displayed for any trial record.
Copyright - World Health Organization