These trials completed more than 12 months ago and should have reported results.

These trials are not yet due to report results: some are ongoing, some completed within the past 12 months.

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Status Trial ID Title Completion date Category
Ongoing 2006-002283-26 Physiotherapy alone, in combination with corticosteroid injection or wait-and-see for acute lateral epicondylitis in general practice: a randomised, placebo-controlled study with 12 months follow-up. not-yet-due
Ongoing 2006-006679-18 Prostate Phytochemical & PUFA Intervention (PFPI) Norwegian title: Prostata Fytokjemikalie & PUFA Intervensjon (PFPI) not-yet-due
Ongoing 2009-009036-77 THE EFFECT OF IBUPROFEN AND PARACETAMOL ON REACTIVE OXYGEN SPECIES (ROS) IN LEUKOCYTES. not-yet-due
No trial status on register 2010-019712-20 D-CYCLOSERINE ENHANCEMENT OF EXPOSURE TREATMENT OF DENTALLY FEARFUL AND AVOIDANT CHILDREN. A PILOT STUDY bad-data
Ongoing 2010-020464-38 Nutrition, growth and development among very preterm infants not-yet-due
Reported results 2010-023747-15 Tick borne diseases in norwegian general practice. A randomized, controlled trial for treatment of erythema migrans in norwegian general practice. A comparison of phneoxymetylpenicillin, amoxicillin a... 2014-11-27 due-trials
Ongoing 2011-000512-26 Blokkering av analgetiske doser av pentazocine med naloxon not-yet-due
Reported results 2012-002776-14 Ibuprofen versus mecillinam for uncomplicated cystitis in adult, non-pregnant women Ibuprofen versus mecillinam i behandlingen av ukomplisert cyctitt hos voksne, ikke-gravide kvinner 2016-07-07 due-trials
Ongoing 2012-005246-38 The effects of methylphenidate on brain processes for decision making in adult attention deficit hyperactivity disorder not-yet-due
Ongoing 2018-002235-15 The effect of methenamine hippurate to reduce antibiotic prescribing due to new episodes of urinary tract infections (UTI) in elderly women with recurrent UTI – a triple-blinded,randomized placebo-con... not-yet-due
Ongoing 2020-000429-17 BASIC - Better treatment for acute sinusitis in primary care: a randomized controlled trial testing topical treatment with chloramphenicol eye drops not-yet-due