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15 resulaten gevonden voor Chronic Fatigue Syndrome (CFS) in trials

Looking for signs of inflammation in the brain of Chronic Fatigue Syndrome Patients
- TRIAL ID
NTR5642
- ACRONYMPET-CFS-1
Stepped care for chronic fatigue syndrome compared to care as usual: a randomized noninferiority trial
- TRIAL ID
NTR4809
- ACRONYMStepped care for CFS
Neural correlates of chronic fatigue syndrome
- TRIAL ID
NTR4311
- ACRONYMCFS and the brain
The efficacy of Cognitive Behavioural Internet Therapy for adult patients with Chronic Fatigue Syndrome: a randomised controlled trial.
- TRIAL ID
NTR4013
- ACRONYMCBIT for CFS
Behandeling van patiŽnten met chronisch vermoeidheidssyndroom met gedoseerde oefentherapie en/of cognitieve gedragstherapie.
- TRIAL ID
NTR3214
- ACRONYMCFS-ReAct
Ambulatory feedback on physical activity to CFS patients.
- TRIAL ID
NTR1914
- ACRONYMABF in CFS
The effect of self-instructions in the treatment of patients with Chronic Fatigue Syndrome type Idiopathic Chronic Fatigue (CFS-ICF) : a randomised controlled study.
- TRIAL ID
NTR1660
- ACRONYMN/A
Ambulatory activity-based feedback (ABF)
- TRIAL ID
NTR1513
- ACRONYMAmbulatory activity-based feedback (ABF)
Voluit Leven A training in the art of living
- TRIAL ID
NTR1296
- ACRONYMVoluit Leven
Effects of a minimal cognitive behaviour therapy (CBT) intervention for patients with chronic fatigue syndrome (CFS) in primary care: a randomised controlled trial - a first step towards stepped care-
- TRIAL ID
NTR1223
- ACRONYMN/A
The effectiveness of cognitive behavioural therapy in groups for patients with Chronic Fatigue Syndrome (CFS): a randomised controlled study.
- TRIAL ID
NTR737
- ACRONYMN/A
The efficacy and predicting variables of a multidisciplinary disability resolution (MDR) program for CFS patients recieving long term disability benefits from income protection insurers.
- TRIAL ID
NTR618
- ACRONYMN/A
The effectiveness of Self-instructions in the treatment of patients with Chronic Fatigue Syndrome (CFS): a randomised controlled study.
- TRIAL ID
NTR570
- ACRONYMN/A
The effect of ondansetron, a 5-Ht3 receptor antagonist, on fatigue severity and functional impairment in CFS-patients.
- TRIAL ID
NTR209
- ACRONYMN/A
The effect of Acclydine on fatigue and functional status in patients with chronic fatigue syndrome.
- TRIAL ID
NTR167
- ACRONYMN/A