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CLINICAL TRIALS PROFILE FOR ETODOLAC

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Clinical Trials for Etodolac

Trial ID Title Status Sponsor Phase Start Date Summary
NCT00151736 Safety and Efficacy of SDX-101 (R-Etodolac) in Combination With Chlorambucil, and That of Chlorambucil Alone, in Patients With Chronic Lymphocytic Leukemia (CLL) Terminated Cephalon Phase 2 2004-09-01 This is a Phase 2, multi-center, open label, randomized clinical study to evaluate the safety and efficiency of SDX-101 in combination with chlorambucil (CLB) and chlorambucil alone in Chronic Lymphocytic Leukaemia (CLL) patients. The study treatment period will be approximately 24-26 weeks with a follow-up period of approximately 8 weeks. Following the end of treatment, patients with a confirmed complete response, partial response or stable disease will be followed for up to 2 years to assess time to disease progression. Approximately 80 patients with documented diagnosis of B-cell CLL by standard clinical and immunophenotyping criteria will be enrolled into the SDX-101-03 study. This study is being conducted in the following European countries: France, Germany, Poland, Sweden and the United Kingdom.
NCT00293111 Safety and Efficacy of SDX-101 (R-Etodolac) in Patients With Relapsed or Refractory Multiple Myeloma (MM) Terminated Cephalon Phase 2 2002-02-01 An Open Label, Multi-Center, Phase II Study to Investigate the Safety and Efficacy of SDX-101 (R-Etodolac) in Patients with Relapsed or Refractory Multiple Myeloma (MM)
NCT00317447 The Efficacy of Oral Steroids in the Treatment of Acute Sciatica Completed Kaiser Permanente Phase 3 2002-02-01 Sciatica (lumbosacral radiculopathy) is a common diagnosis in primary care, occurring in approximately one percent of all patients with acute low back pain. (1, 2) Traditional treatment generally involves pain control (acetominophen, NSAID’s, or narcotics), activity as tolerated, and time. (1, 3-8 ) The general consensus is that fifty percent of patients with sciatica recover within six weeks, and that ninety percent are better in twelve weeks.(4, 8) Those patients with intractable pain or progressive neurologic symptoms usually receive epidural steroid injections and, if necessary, decompressive laminectomy or discectomy. (2, 8, 9) Low back pain and sciatica result in tremendous losses to our society in terms of decreased productivity and cost of treatment. (1, 12) Oral steroids are inexpensive and relatively safe medications that, if effective in reducing the pain and disability associated with sciatica, could improve the quality of patients’ lives, and result in significant cost savings to society at large. We hypothesize that the use of oral steroids to treat acute sciatica will speed patients’ recovery as measured by: changes in physical findings, rates of return to work and activities of daily living, pain and disability assessment scores, and decreases in the use of narcotic and non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs (NSAID’s), and in the need for epidural injection or surgical intervention.
NCT00502684 Perioperative Administration of COX 2 Inhibitors and Beta Blockers to Women Undergoing Breast Cancer Surgery Unknown status Rabin Medical Center N/A 2014-06-01 Surgery for breast cancer has a major role in enhancing long term survival and cure, but several physiological aspects associated with surgery are implicated as enhancing tumor spread and formation of distant metastases. These include: an increase in pro-angiogenic factors, direct spread of tumor cells, accumulation of grown factors, immune suppression and direct effects of anesthetics and opiate pain relievers on cancer cells. Some of these pro-metastatic mechanism may be blocked by the interventions proposed in this study, namely by administration of beta-adrenergic blockers and COX2 inhibitors around the time of surgery. Studies have shown that surgery increases levels of catecholamines and prostaglandins, which in turn may promote the release of pro-angiogenic factors such as VEGF, and enhance vascularization of micro metastases. Opiates given for pain relief during and after surgery have been reported to enhance tumor cell division and cause immune suppression. The immune system is significantly suppressed during surgery. This suppression has been shown to affect the systemic resistance to infection as well as neoplastic metastatic processes. Several studies have shown that increased levels of catecholamines and prostaglandins add to the immune suppression. Studies in rats found that peri-operative administration of the beta beta-blocker propranolol together with the COX2 inhibitor etodolac significantly reduced the suppression of NK cell activity as well as the risk for distant metastases. A recent retrospective clinical study found that among breast cancer patients treated with a combination of regional anesthesia and a COX inhibitor the recurrence rated were significantly less than among patients undergoing surgery without these two interventions. The purpose of the proposed prospective trial is to examine if peri-operative administration of the combination of a beta-blocker together with a COX2 inhibitor will prevent suppression of cellular immunity, decrease VEGF levels, and decrease cancer recurrence rates. In the proposed study breast cancer patients will be treated with a combination of a beta-blocker and COX2 inhibitor (or placebo) before, during and after surgery. (A control group of healthy women will serve as untreated controls). The variables which will be examined are: number and activity of NK cells, levels of Th1 and Th2 cytokines, serum stress hormones and angiogenic factors, and the ability of leukocytes to produce Th1 and Th2 cytokines as a result of in vitro stimulation. In addition to these immediate parameters, long term follow up will be conducted in order to determine the effect of the intervention on long term cancer recurrence over five years. Statistical analysis will be done using t-tests, ANOVA, and multivariate regressions, with regard to the known risk factors for recurrence such as tumor grade, lymph node involvement etc. Sample size for immunological parameters will be 40 patients in each group and 20 healthy women. Sample size for estimates of cancer recurrence at five years of follow up wiil be 460 women (230 in each group). This sample size provides a power of 80% to detect a 50% reduction in cancer recurrence at an α of 0.05.
NCT00502684 Perioperative Administration of COX 2 Inhibitors and Beta Blockers to Women Undergoing Breast Cancer Surgery Unknown status Sheba Medical Center N/A 2014-06-01 Surgery for breast cancer has a major role in enhancing long term survival and cure, but several physiological aspects associated with surgery are implicated as enhancing tumor spread and formation of distant metastases. These include: an increase in pro-angiogenic factors, direct spread of tumor cells, accumulation of grown factors, immune suppression and direct effects of anesthetics and opiate pain relievers on cancer cells. Some of these pro-metastatic mechanism may be blocked by the interventions proposed in this study, namely by administration of beta-adrenergic blockers and COX2 inhibitors around the time of surgery. Studies have shown that surgery increases levels of catecholamines and prostaglandins, which in turn may promote the release of pro-angiogenic factors such as VEGF, and enhance vascularization of micro metastases. Opiates given for pain relief during and after surgery have been reported to enhance tumor cell division and cause immune suppression. The immune system is significantly suppressed during surgery. This suppression has been shown to affect the systemic resistance to infection as well as neoplastic metastatic processes. Several studies have shown that increased levels of catecholamines and prostaglandins add to the immune suppression. Studies in rats found that peri-operative administration of the beta beta-blocker propranolol together with the COX2 inhibitor etodolac significantly reduced the suppression of NK cell activity as well as the risk for distant metastases. A recent retrospective clinical study found that among breast cancer patients treated with a combination of regional anesthesia and a COX inhibitor the recurrence rated were significantly less than among patients undergoing surgery without these two interventions. The purpose of the proposed prospective trial is to examine if peri-operative administration of the combination of a beta-blocker together with a COX2 inhibitor will prevent suppression of cellular immunity, decrease VEGF levels, and decrease cancer recurrence rates. In the proposed study breast cancer patients will be treated with a combination of a beta-blocker and COX2 inhibitor (or placebo) before, during and after surgery. (A control group of healthy women will serve as untreated controls). The variables which will be examined are: number and activity of NK cells, levels of Th1 and Th2 cytokines, serum stress hormones and angiogenic factors, and the ability of leukocytes to produce Th1 and Th2 cytokines as a result of in vitro stimulation. In addition to these immediate parameters, long term follow up will be conducted in order to determine the effect of the intervention on long term cancer recurrence over five years. Statistical analysis will be done using t-tests, ANOVA, and multivariate regressions, with regard to the known risk factors for recurrence such as tumor grade, lymph node involvement etc. Sample size for immunological parameters will be 40 patients in each group and 20 healthy women. Sample size for estimates of cancer recurrence at five years of follow up wiil be 460 women (230 in each group). This sample size provides a power of 80% to detect a 50% reduction in cancer recurrence at an α of 0.05.
NCT00502684 Perioperative Administration of COX 2 Inhibitors and Beta Blockers to Women Undergoing Breast Cancer Surgery Unknown status Tel Aviv University N/A 2014-06-01 Surgery for breast cancer has a major role in enhancing long term survival and cure, but several physiological aspects associated with surgery are implicated as enhancing tumor spread and formation of distant metastases. These include: an increase in pro-angiogenic factors, direct spread of tumor cells, accumulation of grown factors, immune suppression and direct effects of anesthetics and opiate pain relievers on cancer cells. Some of these pro-metastatic mechanism may be blocked by the interventions proposed in this study, namely by administration of beta-adrenergic blockers and COX2 inhibitors around the time of surgery. Studies have shown that surgery increases levels of catecholamines and prostaglandins, which in turn may promote the release of pro-angiogenic factors such as VEGF, and enhance vascularization of micro metastases. Opiates given for pain relief during and after surgery have been reported to enhance tumor cell division and cause immune suppression. The immune system is significantly suppressed during surgery. This suppression has been shown to affect the systemic resistance to infection as well as neoplastic metastatic processes. Several studies have shown that increased levels of catecholamines and prostaglandins add to the immune suppression. Studies in rats found that peri-operative administration of the beta beta-blocker propranolol together with the COX2 inhibitor etodolac significantly reduced the suppression of NK cell activity as well as the risk for distant metastases. A recent retrospective clinical study found that among breast cancer patients treated with a combination of regional anesthesia and a COX inhibitor the recurrence rated were significantly less than among patients undergoing surgery without these two interventions. The purpose of the proposed prospective trial is to examine if peri-operative administration of the combination of a beta-blocker together with a COX2 inhibitor will prevent suppression of cellular immunity, decrease VEGF levels, and decrease cancer recurrence rates. In the proposed study breast cancer patients will be treated with a combination of a beta-blocker and COX2 inhibitor (or placebo) before, during and after surgery. (A control group of healthy women will serve as untreated controls). The variables which will be examined are: number and activity of NK cells, levels of Th1 and Th2 cytokines, serum stress hormones and angiogenic factors, and the ability of leukocytes to produce Th1 and Th2 cytokines as a result of in vitro stimulation. In addition to these immediate parameters, long term follow up will be conducted in order to determine the effect of the intervention on long term cancer recurrence over five years. Statistical analysis will be done using t-tests, ANOVA, and multivariate regressions, with regard to the known risk factors for recurrence such as tumor grade, lymph node involvement etc. Sample size for immunological parameters will be 40 patients in each group and 20 healthy women. Sample size for estimates of cancer recurrence at five years of follow up wiil be 460 women (230 in each group). This sample size provides a power of 80% to detect a 50% reduction in cancer recurrence at an α of 0.05.
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Clinical Trial Conditions for Etodolac

Condition Name

Condition Name for Etodolac
Intervention Trials
Fasting 4
Bursitis 2
Colorectal Neoplasms 2
Pancreatic Neoplasms 1
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Condition MeSH

Condition MeSH for Etodolac
Intervention Trials
Bursitis 2
Colorectal Neoplasms 2
Tendinopathy 2
Sciatica 1
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Clinical Trial Locations for Etodolac

Trials by Country

Trials by Country for Etodolac
Location Trials
United States 84
India 7
Israel 4
Poland 1
Japan 1
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Trials by US State

Trials by US State for Etodolac
Location Trials
Texas 9
California 8
Florida 6
Ohio 5
Colorado 4
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Clinical Trial Progress for Etodolac

Clinical Trial Phase

Clinical Trial Phase for Etodolac
Clinical Trial Phase Trials
Phase 4 2
Phase 3 9
Phase 2 8
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Clinical Trial Status

Clinical Trial Status for Etodolac
Clinical Trial Phase Trials
Completed 17
Recruiting 3
Not yet recruiting 2
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Clinical Trial Sponsors for Etodolac

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Sponsor Name for Etodolac
Sponsor Trials
IPCA Laboratories Ltd. 6
MEDRx USA, Inc. 5
Sheba Medical Center 4
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Sponsor Type

Sponsor Type for Etodolac
Sponsor Trials
Other 28
Industry 18
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