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Last Updated: June 14, 2024

505(b)(2) Clinical Trials for New Formulation Drugs


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Drug(s) Trial Type Trial ID Title Status Sponsor Phase Start Date Summary
  • ATOVAQUONE
  • CHILDREN'S ADVIL
  • CHILDREN'S ADVIL ALLERGY SINUS
  • CHILDREN'S ADVIL COLD
  • CHILDREN'S ADVIL-FLAVORED
  • New Formulation NCT00000773 ↗ Phase I Safety and Pharmacokinetics Study of Microparticulate Atovaquone (m-Atovaquone; 566C80) in HIV-Infected and Perinatally Exposed Infants and Children Completed National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases (NIAID) Phase 1 1969-12-31 To determine the safety, tolerance, and pharmacokinetics of a new improved microparticulate suspension formulation of atovaquone administered at one of two dose levels (per 09/30/94 amendment, a third dose level was added) daily for 12 days in HIV-infected and perinatally exposed (per 8/9/95 amendment) infants and children who are at risk of developing Pneumocystis carinii pneumonia (PCP). Atovaquone has shown prophylactic potential in adults in the treatment of PCP but is poorly absorbed in tablet form. To improve the bioavailability of atovaquone, a new formulation has been prepared as a microparticulate suspension. Since studies in adults have demonstrated substantial safety of this drug, evaluation in children is being pursued.
  • CHILDREN'S ADVIL
  • CHILDREN'S ADVIL ALLERGY SINUS
  • CHILDREN'S ADVIL COLD
  • CHILDREN'S ADVIL-FLAVORED
  • CYSTEAMINE HYDROCHLORIDE
  • New Formulation NCT00001736 ↗ New Cysteamine Eye Drops Formulation to Treat Corneal Crystals in Cystinosis Completed National Eye Institute (NEI) Phase 1 1998-05-01 This study will evaluate the safety and effectiveness of a new formulation of eye drops used to treat cystine crystals that form in the corneas of patients with cystinosis. Cystinosis is an inherited disease caused by a defective enzyme, in which excessive amounts of the amino acid cystine accumulate in the body. Among others, symptoms include poor growth and development of kidney failure. In addition, after 10 to 20 years, the cornea-the outside covering of the eye over the iris and pupils-becomes so packed with cystine crystals that small, painful breaks may develop. This corneal condition is treated with cysteamine eye drops. This study is designed to provide additional information about this medication that the Food and Drug Administration requires before approving it for marketing. The study will examine, in two separate but simultaneous investigations, the safety and effectiveness of a new cysteamine formulation. In both studies, before treatment begins, patients will have a complete eye examination, and photographs of the eye will be taken using a bright flash. Safety Study Children and adults currently enrolled in a cystinosis study at the National Institutes of Health may participate in this trial. They will receive the current cysteamine formulation in one eye and the new preparation in the other eye. The drops will be given every hour during waking hours. Patients will be observed daily for the first week of treatment and will be called at 2 weeks and 4 weeks to check on side effects, if any. At 6 months, they will undergo a repeat eye examination. Patients (or their parents) will keep a daily diary recording the condition of each eye. Effectiveness Study Children and adults from Ann Arbor, Michigan, LaJolla, California, and the NEI clinic may be enrolled in this study. Participants will receive medication as described above for the safety trial. They will be observed daily for the first week and will have repeat eye examinations, including photographs, at months 3, 6, 9 and 12 to see if the crystals have decreased. Patients will keep a daily diary of the condition of both eyes.
    CYSTEAMINE HYDROCHLORIDE New Formulation NCT00010426 ↗ Randomized Study of New Formulation Ophthalmic Cysteamine Hydrochloride for Corneal Cystine Accumulation in Patients With Cystinosis Completed Leadiant Biosciences, Inc. N/A 1999-12-01 OBJECTIVES: I. Determine the proportion of patients with cystinosis who experience a serious adverse effect when treated with a new formulation of cysteamine hydrochloride for corneal cystine accumulation. II. Determine the proportion of patients with a reduction in corneal crystal density of 1.00 unit when treated with this regimen.
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