|drug1677||Injection into olfactory cleft Wiki||1.00|
|D009422||Nervous System Diseases NIH||0.58|
|D000857||Olfaction Disorders NIH||0.24|
There is one clinical trial.
This randomized clinical trial will evaluate the benefit of platelet-rich plasma (PrP) in the treatment of olfactory dysfunction. PrP can be isolated from a patient's own blood and has been found in previous studies to have anti-inflammatory and pro-regenerative properties. It has been used across multiple specialties, such as Orthopedics, Facial Plastics, Dermatology, Neurology in injected form to treat a wide variety of tissues to encourage the body's inherent regenerative capacity. We have completed a pilot study here evaluating it's use in olfactory loss which demonstrated safety and also suggested efficacy. Therefore, we aim to assess the ability of PrP to improve olfactory function in patients with decreased sense of smell.
Description: Using Sniffin' Sticks olfactory testing pens to test smellMeasure: Smelling ability Time: 6 months
Data processed on September 26, 2020.
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