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CLINICAL TRIALS PROFILE FOR BETAMETHASONE VALERATE

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Clinical Trials for Betamethasone Valerate

Trial ID Title Status Sponsor Phase Summary
NCT00608673 Comparing the Therapeutic Efficacy of Pimecrolimus Cream With Betamethasone Cream for Discoid Lupus Erythematosus Completed Shahid Beheshti University of Medical Sciences N/A Discoid lupus erythematosus lesions are commonly treated with corticosteroids, but corticosteroids may induce side effects such as thinning of the skin or scarring. Therefore, an alternative medication with the same efficacy, but without the side-effects is sought after. Pimecrolimus is a newer drug specially designed to treat inflammatory diseases of skin. Its efficacy in treating discoid lupus erythematosus has not been studied extensively yet. However studies performed till now show promising results. Long-term topical use of this medication has not shown any serious side-effects in other skin diseases. In this study we aimed at comparing pimecrolimus efficacy with that of a common therapeutic choice, betamethasone valerate 0.1% cream, to see if pimecrolimus can be used as an alternative medication in treating discoid lupus erythematosus.
NCT01011621 Efficacy and Tolerability of Prednisolone Acetate 0.5% Cream Versus Betamethasone Valerate 0.1% Cream in Cortisosensitive Dermatosis Unknown status Mantecorp Industria Quimica e Farmaceutica Ltd. Phase 3 Topical corticosteroids are largely used in dermatology. The major problem related to their use is that the same mechanisms underlying their therapeutic effects (antiinflammatory and antiproliferative) may lead to adverse events. Conditions sensitive to corticosteroids require formulations with mild to moderate potency while high-potency corticosteroids era required in less responsive conditions. The aim of the present study is to compare the safety and efficacy of prednisolone acetate 0.5% cream (mild-potency non-fluoridated corticosteroid) versus betamethasone valerate 0.1% cream (high-potency fluoridated corticosteroid) in the treatment of mild to moderate cortisosensitive dermatosis (atopic dermatitis, contact dermatitis, seborrheic dermatitis and psoriasis). The study hypothesis is that 0.5% prednisolone cream will be as effective as 0.1% betamethasone cream and will be an alternative option to treat corticosensitive dermatosis in body areas where the use of fluoridated corticosteroids is contraindicated, such as the face.
NCT01132079 Pimecrolimus and Epidermal Barrier Function Completed Deutsche Forschungsgemeinschaft, Bonn, Germany N/A This study seeks to investigate the role of pimecrolimus in restoring disturbed skin barrier function and reversing epidermal abnormalities found in atopic dermatitis (AD). The project is based on findings the investigators presented at the recent SID meeting in Providence and published in the J Invest Dermatol (122: 1423-31, 2004). The investigators research shows that AD is characterized by impaired skin barrier function, reduced stratum corneum hydration, impaired epidermal lipid composition and epidermal differentiation. In this proposed project, the investigators wish to examine the influence of pimecrolimus and betamethasone valerate on transepidermal water loss (TEWL) as a marker of the skin barrier function, on stratum corneum hydration, on stratum corneum lipid content and on epidermal differentiation regarding keratins and cornified envelope proteins in AD patients. The study involves biophysical measurements of TEWL and skin hydration, lipid analysis, immuno-histochemistry, Western blotting and micro array techniques. This study shall clarify whether pimecrolimus restores the epidermal barrier and whether this contributes to the beneficial effect of pimecrolimus on AD. Objectives: To explore the stratum corneum hydration, transepidermal water loss, capacity for barrier repair and the integrity of the stratum corneum in patients treated with 1 % pimecrolimus cream when applied twice a day to atopic dermatitis of the upper limbs, and to access the substance's influences on the epidermis through histological, ultra-structural, and biochemical analysis using punch biopsies from day 1 of one arm and day 22 from both treated arms. 0.1 % betamethasone valerate cream b.i.d will be used as a control treatment.
NCT01132079 Pimecrolimus and Epidermal Barrier Function Completed Novartis Pharma GmbH, Nürnberg, Germany N/A This study seeks to investigate the role of pimecrolimus in restoring disturbed skin barrier function and reversing epidermal abnormalities found in atopic dermatitis (AD). The project is based on findings the investigators presented at the recent SID meeting in Providence and published in the J Invest Dermatol (122: 1423-31, 2004). The investigators research shows that AD is characterized by impaired skin barrier function, reduced stratum corneum hydration, impaired epidermal lipid composition and epidermal differentiation. In this proposed project, the investigators wish to examine the influence of pimecrolimus and betamethasone valerate on transepidermal water loss (TEWL) as a marker of the skin barrier function, on stratum corneum hydration, on stratum corneum lipid content and on epidermal differentiation regarding keratins and cornified envelope proteins in AD patients. The study involves biophysical measurements of TEWL and skin hydration, lipid analysis, immuno-histochemistry, Western blotting and micro array techniques. This study shall clarify whether pimecrolimus restores the epidermal barrier and whether this contributes to the beneficial effect of pimecrolimus on AD. Objectives: To explore the stratum corneum hydration, transepidermal water loss, capacity for barrier repair and the integrity of the stratum corneum in patients treated with 1 % pimecrolimus cream when applied twice a day to atopic dermatitis of the upper limbs, and to access the substance's influences on the epidermis through histological, ultra-structural, and biochemical analysis using punch biopsies from day 1 of one arm and day 22 from both treated arms. 0.1 % betamethasone valerate cream b.i.d will be used as a control treatment.
NCT01132079 Pimecrolimus and Epidermal Barrier Function Completed University of Kiel N/A This study seeks to investigate the role of pimecrolimus in restoring disturbed skin barrier function and reversing epidermal abnormalities found in atopic dermatitis (AD). The project is based on findings the investigators presented at the recent SID meeting in Providence and published in the J Invest Dermatol (122: 1423-31, 2004). The investigators research shows that AD is characterized by impaired skin barrier function, reduced stratum corneum hydration, impaired epidermal lipid composition and epidermal differentiation. In this proposed project, the investigators wish to examine the influence of pimecrolimus and betamethasone valerate on transepidermal water loss (TEWL) as a marker of the skin barrier function, on stratum corneum hydration, on stratum corneum lipid content and on epidermal differentiation regarding keratins and cornified envelope proteins in AD patients. The study involves biophysical measurements of TEWL and skin hydration, lipid analysis, immuno-histochemistry, Western blotting and micro array techniques. This study shall clarify whether pimecrolimus restores the epidermal barrier and whether this contributes to the beneficial effect of pimecrolimus on AD. Objectives: To explore the stratum corneum hydration, transepidermal water loss, capacity for barrier repair and the integrity of the stratum corneum in patients treated with 1 % pimecrolimus cream when applied twice a day to atopic dermatitis of the upper limbs, and to access the substance's influences on the epidermis through histological, ultra-structural, and biochemical analysis using punch biopsies from day 1 of one arm and day 22 from both treated arms. 0.1 % betamethasone valerate cream b.i.d will be used as a control treatment.
NCT02432040 Efficacy of Atorvastatin as Adjunctive Treatment for Chronic Plaque Type Psoriasis Completed Philippine Dermatological Society Phase 2 This study aimed to assess the efficacy and safety of atorvastatin 40 mg/day as an adjunct to betamethasone valerate 0.1% ointment applied twice daily in the treatment of patients with mild to moderate chronic plaque type psoriasis, as determined by mean reduction in PASI scores. Specific objectives included the determination and comparison of the absolute number and proportion of patients who achieved PASI-50 and the mean reductions in lipid profile (total cholesterol, HDL, LDL, triglycerides) and high-sensitivity C-reactive protein (hsCRP) measured from baseline and every month thereafter up to 6 months of treatment. This study also investigated the impact of atorvastatin treatment on the patients' quality of life as well as the association of clinical response to the lipid-lowering and anti-inflammatory effects of atorvastatin.
NCT02548052 Study of Safety and Efficacy of Topical GSK2981278 Ointment in Plaque Psoriasis Completed GlaxoSmithKline Phase 1 GSK2981278 is a highly potent and selective inverse agonist of retinoic acid receptor-related orphan receptor gamma (ROR gamma) that is under development for topical treatment of plaque type psoriasis suitable for topical therapy. This is the first study to administer GSK2981278 to subjects with psoriasis. This proof-of-concept study will evaluate the safety, tolerability and initial efficacy of a range of concentrations of GSK2981278 ointment with repeated topical applications in adult subjects with psoriasis. Results of this study will provide first clinical information on the drug's safety and efficacy in psoriasis and inform the selection of concentration of GSK2981278 ointment to be evaluated in subsequent clinical studies. This is a Phase 1, single center, test field-randomized, vehicle- and positive- controlled, subject- and evaluator-blind study. All subjects will receive all 6 treatments on 6 test fields, for intra-individual treatment comparison. For every subject, the manner of assignment of each treatment to a particular test field will be according to a randomization scheme. Thus, the test fields within each subject, and not the subjects themselves, will be randomized. The study will consist of screening, followed by a treatment period of 19 days, and a follow-up visit at Day 27 (+/-2) for subjects who will consent for biopsy. During the treatment period, subjects will receive all of these treatments: GSK2981278 ointment 0.03% weight by weight [w/w], 0.1% w/w, 0.8% w/w, 4% w/w, GSK2981278 vehicle, and betamethasone valerate 0.1% cream. The test fields on which these treatments will be applied will be identified on stable plaque(s) on the upper extremities, thighs and/or trunk. A blinded evaluator (an investigator or designee) will perform the measurements and assessments whereas an unblinded study staff member (not an evaluator) will perform biopsy collection.
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Clinical Trial Conditions for Betamethasone Valerate

Condition Name

Condition Name for Betamethasone Valerate
Intervention Trials
Psoriasis 3
Dermatitis, Atopic 1
Atopic Dermatitis 1
Psoriasis Vulgaris 1
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Condition MeSH

Condition MeSH for Betamethasone Valerate
Intervention Trials
Psoriasis 4
Dermatitis, Atopic 2
Dermatitis 2
Lupus Erythematosus, Systemic 1
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Clinical Trial Locations for Betamethasone Valerate

Trials by Country

Trials by Country for Betamethasone Valerate
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Germany 2
Iran, Islamic Republic of 1
France 1
Philippines 1
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Clinical Trial Progress for Betamethasone Valerate

Clinical Trial Phase

Clinical Trial Phase for Betamethasone Valerate
Clinical Trial Phase Trials
Phase 3 1
Phase 2 2
Phase 1 1
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Clinical Trial Status

Clinical Trial Status for Betamethasone Valerate
Clinical Trial Phase Trials
Completed 4
Recruiting 1
Unknown status 1
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Clinical Trial Sponsors for Betamethasone Valerate

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Sponsor Name for Betamethasone Valerate
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Mantecorp Industria Quimica e Farmaceutica Ltd. 1
Galderma R&D 1
Shahid Beheshti University of Medical Sciences 1
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Industry 3
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