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The Metoclopramide and selective oral decontamination for Avoiding Pneumonia after Stroke (MAPS-2) Trial: a 2x2 double-blind, randomized controlled trial of metoclopramide and selective oral decontamination for the prevention of pneumonia in patients with dysphagia after an acute stroke

Project title: The Metoclopramide and selective oral decontamination for Avoiding Pneumonia after Stroke (MAPS-2) Trial: a 2x2 double-blind, randomized controlled trial of metoclopramide and selective oral decontamination for the prevention of pneumonia in patients with dysphagia after an acute stroke

Call to action: 14/49 14/49 HTA Efficient Study Designs

Research type: Primary Research

Chief investigator: Professor Christine RoffeORCID logoorcid.org/0000-0002-5259-6649

Contractor: University Hospitals of North Midlands NHS Trust

Cost: £1,967,114.89

Co-investigators: Dr Adam Jeans, Dr Anushka Warusevitane, Dr Benjamin Bray, Dr Pelham Barton, Dr Tracy Nevatte, Miss Holly Maguire, Mr Brinton Helliwell, Mr Michael Harrison, Professor Craig Smith, Professor Julius Sim, Professor Margot Gosney.

Started: July 2016 | Status: Research in progress

ISRCTN: 14124645

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