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Trial ID Title Status Sponsor Phase Start Date Summary
NCT00751179 Rocuronium Plus Sugammadex Versus Succinylcholine Alone in Participants Undergoing Short Surgical Procedures (19.4.319)(P05700 AM2)(COMPLETED) Completed Merck Sharp & Dohme Corp. Phase 3 2008-11-01 A multi-center, randomized, parallel group, comparative, active controlled, safety assessor blinded trial in adult subjects comparing rocuronium plus sugammadex versus succinylcholine alone in subjects undergoing short surgical procedures in out-patient surgicenters. The primary objective was to evaluate changes in plasma potassium levels after treatment with rocuronium, sugammadex, or succinylcholine in adult subjects scheduled for short surgical procedures in out-patient surgicenters.
NCT00953550 Rapid Sequence Intubation With Rocuronium-Sugammadex Compared With Succinylcholine Completed TrygFonden, Denmark Phase 4 2009-09-01 Rapid sequence intubation is used, when there is an elevated risk of aspiration to the lungs of stomach content. It is typically used in acute settings that require acute surgery or in prehospital settings, but also in specific risk patients requiring elective surgery. The reason for conducting rapid sequence intubation is to minimize the risk of pulmonary aspiration and at the same time achieve a fast induction of anaesthesia and intubation. Rapid sequence intubation is a procedure with a high risk of complications in itself. The time period from induction of anaesthesia to intubation is particularly risky, because the patient is apneic. This study addresses this problem by investigating, how quickly spontaneous respiration can be reestablished after a rapid sequence intubation when using Rocuronium-Sugammadex compared to Succinylcholine. This is a pilot protocol that is intended to establish a sample size for the full protocol. Study hypothesis: The time from correct tube placement to spontaneous respiration is shorter when using Rocuronium/Sugammadex compared to Succinylcholine.
NCT00953550 Rapid Sequence Intubation With Rocuronium-Sugammadex Compared With Succinylcholine Completed Rigshospitalet, Denmark Phase 4 2009-09-01 Rapid sequence intubation is used, when there is an elevated risk of aspiration to the lungs of stomach content. It is typically used in acute settings that require acute surgery or in prehospital settings, but also in specific risk patients requiring elective surgery. The reason for conducting rapid sequence intubation is to minimize the risk of pulmonary aspiration and at the same time achieve a fast induction of anaesthesia and intubation. Rapid sequence intubation is a procedure with a high risk of complications in itself. The time period from induction of anaesthesia to intubation is particularly risky, because the patient is apneic. This study addresses this problem by investigating, how quickly spontaneous respiration can be reestablished after a rapid sequence intubation when using Rocuronium-Sugammadex compared to Succinylcholine. This is a pilot protocol that is intended to establish a sample size for the full protocol. Study hypothesis: The time from correct tube placement to spontaneous respiration is shorter when using Rocuronium/Sugammadex compared to Succinylcholine.
NCT01213264 Observational Study to Evaluate the Current Neuromuscular Monitoring Practice Used After Different Types of Surgery, for Which Neuromuscular Blocking Agents Were Used, With or Without Blocking Reversal (P06556) Completed Merck Sharp & Dohme Corp. N/A 2010-09-01 The intent of this observational study is to collect prospective data regarding neuromuscular monitoring practices and extubation standards (Train-Of-Four [TOF] value) during surgery, in countries of Central and Eastern Europe, Middle East and Africa (CEE/EEMEA countries). Secondarily the study will observe, for which surgical procedures neuromuscular blocking agents (NMBAs), and reversal agents to such, are used. This study is a non-interventional clinical trial, and administration of NMBAs, and respective reversal agents, (as well as all drugs used during anesthesia) will be done in accordance with routine anesthesiology practice, and labeling guidelines. Neuromuscular transmission will be monitored according to routine anesthesiology practice by means of acceleromyography. The assignment of the participant to a particular therapeutic strategy is not decided in advance by a trial protocol, but falls within current practice and the prescription of the medicine is clearly separated from the decision to include the patient in the study.
NCT01424488 Sugammadex Efficacy and Safety for Reversal of Pipecuronium-induced Neuromuscular Blockade Unknown status Central Clinical Hospital #1 of LLC Russian Railways Phase 4 2011-09-01 Primary objectives: 1. to investigate the efficacy of sugammadex in dose of 4 mg/kg administered at reappearance of T2 for reversal of pipecuronium-induced neuromuscular blockade in subjects undergoing abdominal surgery under general anesthesia 2. to evaluate the safety and tolerability of a single dose of 4 mg/kg sugammadex administered at reappearance of T2 for reversal of pipecuronium-induced neuromuscular blockade Secondary objectives: 1. to evaluate the time from the start of sugammadex or placebo administration to the time of extubation and to the time of recovery of TOF ratio to ≥ 0.9 Exploratory objectives: 1. to evaluate the Operating Room (OR) and Post Anesthetic Care Unit (PACU) length of stay after the end of surgery in subjects with pipecuronium induced neuromuscular blockade reversed by 4.0 mg.kg-1 sugammadex compared to placebo (saline) 2. compare the number of patients extubated in the OR after the reversal by sugammadex or placebo, evaluate the TOF ratio at the time of extubation Clinical hypothesis: 1. Sugammadex has to be effective and well tolerated for reversal of pipecuronium-induced blockade
NCT01453530 Street Fitness in Surgical Patients Undergoing General Anesthesia After Reversal of Neuromuscular Blockade Unknown status Radboud University Phase 4 2011-10-01 Rationale: Recovery from outpatient anesthesia includes dissipation of anesthetics agents, normalization of physiological function, observation for medical or surgical complications, treatment of immediate side effects of anesthesia and surgery and, ultimately, discharge and return home. Street fitness implies that the patient is not only ready to go home, but is also capable of safely taking part in the traffic. A full recovery of cognitive functions is part of this stage. Neuromuscular blocking agents (NMBAs) are commonly used during surgery to facilitate endotracheal intubation, allow assisted or controlled ventilation, and let surgery proceed easily. Sugammadex is approved in Europe for routine clinical use to reverse neuromuscular blockade induced by steroidal non-depolarizing muscle relaxants. Several anesthesiologists from all over the world, have independently reported that patients seem to be more alert in the early phase of recovery after reversal of NMB with sugammadex compared to reversal with a cholinesterase inhibitor or spontaneous recovery. However, these observations have not been substantiated in a clinical study. Objective: The main aim of the present study is to assess whether sugammadex has a positive effect on the post-operative alertness of the patients, to assess the nature, magnitude and the time of onset of this effect and if a clinically relevant effect has been observed to enable the sample size calculation for a formal well-powered efficacy study. Study design: Randomized, controlled observer-blind single centre phase IV study. Upon After stratification for type of surgery and age patients will be randomized to receive sugammadex (arm A), neostigmine/glycopyrrolate (Arm B) or no reversal agent (arm C). Study population: A total of 30 evaluable subjects, aged 18-65 years, with a medical need for general anesthesia and neuromuscular blockade, will be included in the study. Intervention: Anesthesia will be standardized according to the usual protocol. At the end of the surgery when TOF ratio is ~0,9, and approximately 70-80% of nicotine receptors are still blocked by rocuronium, patients will receive either sugammadex, neostigmine plus glycopyrrolate, or no reversal agent. Main study parameters: At 30, 60, and 120 minutes after the TOF ratio of ~0,9 has been reached, the following commonly used, and non-invasive cognitive evaluations/scoring lists will be carried out in a subsequent order to assess recovery and psychomotor function: Modified Aldrete Score, the trail making test, the Maddox wing test, and visual analogue scales from both observer and patient.
NCT01503840 Evaluation of Accelerometer-Based Neuromuscular Monitoring Reliability to Exclude Postoperative Residual Paralysis Completed Fondazione IRCCS Istituto Nazionale dei Tumori, Milano N/A 2011-12-01 Accelerometer-based neuromuscular monitoring is not the gold-standard method to evaluate residual postoperative paralysis but it represents the most simple, inexpensive and widespread tool in clinical practice. Train-of-four ratio (TOF-ratio) of 100% is considered the gold-standard to avoid PORC (post operative residual curarization). This clinical trial is conducted to verify the reliability of accelerometer-based neuromuscular monitoring in order to exclude postoperative residual paralysis which is not highlighted by this instrument at a TOF-ratio=100%. The study evaluates patients' neuromuscular recovery evaluated using pulmonary function tests after extubation at a TOFratio=100%. Administering placebo or sugammadex at a TOF ratio=100% allows to evaluate whether the recovery of muscle function is concrete, although the monitoring device shows a complete decurarization; patients treated with sugammadex should not be capable to perform better pulmonary function tests if a TOF ratio=100% is reliable.
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Clinical Trial Conditions for Bridion

Condition Name

Condition Name for Bridion
Intervention Trials
Neuromuscular Blockade 13
Obstructive Sleep Apnea 1
Electromyography 1
Respiratory-Gated Imaging Techniques 1
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Condition MeSH

Condition MeSH for Bridion
Intervention Trials
Delayed Emergence from Anesthesia 4
Nausea 2
Vomiting 2
Postoperative Nausea and Vomiting 2
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Clinical Trial Locations for Bridion

Trials by Country

Trials by Country for Bridion
Location Trials
United States 4
Italy 3
Netherlands 3
Belgium 3
Korea, Republic of 3
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Trials by US State

Trials by US State for Bridion
Location Trials
Florida 1
New York 1
Missouri 1
Oregon 1
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Clinical Trial Progress for Bridion

Clinical Trial Phase

Clinical Trial Phase for Bridion
Clinical Trial Phase Trials
Phase 4 27
Phase 3 5
Phase 2/Phase 3 2
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Clinical Trial Status

Clinical Trial Status for Bridion
Clinical Trial Phase Trials
Completed 18
Not yet recruiting 10
Recruiting 9
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Clinical Trial Sponsors for Bridion

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Sponsor Trials
Merck Sharp & Dohme Corp. 9
Seoul National University Bundang Hospital 3
Attikon Hospital 2
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Sponsor Type

Sponsor Type for Bridion
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Other 56
Industry 13
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