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CLINICAL TRIALS PROFILE FOR KEFZOL

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All Clinical Trials for Kefzol

Trial ID Title Status Sponsor Phase Start Date Summary
NCT01295606 Cefazolin Pharmacokinetics: Elimination Clearance in Neonates Completed Universitaire Ziekenhuizen Leuven Phase 4 2011-02-01 To document cefazolin disposition (concentration/time profile, protein binding, metabolism, renal elimination characteristics) and its covariates in neonates following intravenous administration of the drug at induction of anesthesia, prior to an invasive procedure To evaluate if optimalisation of cefazolin dose regimen during neonatal life is needed
NCT01991834 Antibiotic Prophylaxis in Gynecologic Laparoscopy Completed Universidade do Vale do Sapucai N/A 2013-09-01 Laparoscopy is a surgical procedure indicated for most gynecological pathologies and presents numerous advantages over laparotomy, among them lower rates of surgical site infection and less comorbidity feverish. Despite this, the use of antibiotic prophylaxis is widely accepted and performed by most gynecologists. However, there isn't literature evidence to support the routine use of antibiotics in the prophylaxis of wound infection on laparoscopic pelvic surgery .Therefore, this study will evaluate the need for the use of antibiotic prophylaxis in gynecological laparoscopies not including opening hollow viscera.
NCT02216227 Checklist to Prevent MRSA Surgical Site Infections Recruiting Iowa City Veterans Affairs Medical Center N/A 2014-04-01 The goals of this project are 1) to assess the effectiveness and cost-effectiveness of the checklist to prevent MRSA SSIs among veterans undergoing TJA or cardiac surgery, and 2) to assess barriers and facilitators to checklist implementation. Hypotheses: 1. The SSI checklist will be effective at reducing MRSA SSIs among total joint arthroplasty and cardiac surgery patients. 2. Implementation of the checklist will be associated with an overall reduction in SSIs caused by all pathogens. 3. The SSI Checklist will be cost-saving since it will prevent many expensive SSIs. 4. Preoperative MRSA testing will be a modifiable barrier to implementing the SSI checklist.
NCT02225821 Wound Infections Following Implant Removal Completed AO Research Fund Phase 4 2014-11-01 In the Netherlands about 18,000 surgical procedures with implant removal are annually performed after fracture healing, of which 30-80% concern the foot, ankle and lower leg region. For clean surgical procedures, the rate of postoperative wound infections (POWIs) should be less than 5%. However, rates of 10-12% following implant removal, specifically after foot, ankle and lower leg fractures are reported. Currently, surgeons decide individually if antibiotics prophylaxis is given, since no guideline exists. This leads to undesirable practice variation. Therefore, the investigators propose a double-blind randomized controlled trial (RCT) in patients scheduled for implant removal following a foot, ankle or lower leg fracture, to assess the (cost-)effectiveness of a single gift of antibiotic prophylaxis. Primary outcome is a POWI within 30 days after implant removal. Secondary outcomes are quality of life, functional outcome at 30 days and 6 months after implant removal and costs. With 2 x 250 patients a decrease in POWI from 10% to 3.3% (expected rate in clean-contaminated elective orthopedic trauma procedures) can be detected (Power=80%, 2-sided alpha=5%, including 15% lost to follow up). If the assumption of the investigators, that prophylactic antibiotics prior to implant removal reduces the infectious complication rate, is confirmed by this RCT, this will offer a strong argument to adopt a single gift of antibiotic prophylaxis as standard practice of care. This will reduce the incidence of POWIs and consequently will lead to less physical and social disabilities and health care use. In addition, it will decrease the rate of use of empiric broad-spectrum antibiotics (and antibiotic resistance) prescribed upon suspicion or diagnosis of a POWI. A preliminary, conservative estimation suggests yearly cost savings in the Netherlands of €3.5 million per year.
NCT02225821 Wound Infections Following Implant Removal Completed ZonMw: The Netherlands Organisation for Health Research and Development Phase 4 2014-11-01 In the Netherlands about 18,000 surgical procedures with implant removal are annually performed after fracture healing, of which 30-80% concern the foot, ankle and lower leg region. For clean surgical procedures, the rate of postoperative wound infections (POWIs) should be less than 5%. However, rates of 10-12% following implant removal, specifically after foot, ankle and lower leg fractures are reported. Currently, surgeons decide individually if antibiotics prophylaxis is given, since no guideline exists. This leads to undesirable practice variation. Therefore, the investigators propose a double-blind randomized controlled trial (RCT) in patients scheduled for implant removal following a foot, ankle or lower leg fracture, to assess the (cost-)effectiveness of a single gift of antibiotic prophylaxis. Primary outcome is a POWI within 30 days after implant removal. Secondary outcomes are quality of life, functional outcome at 30 days and 6 months after implant removal and costs. With 2 x 250 patients a decrease in POWI from 10% to 3.3% (expected rate in clean-contaminated elective orthopedic trauma procedures) can be detected (Power=80%, 2-sided alpha=5%, including 15% lost to follow up). If the assumption of the investigators, that prophylactic antibiotics prior to implant removal reduces the infectious complication rate, is confirmed by this RCT, this will offer a strong argument to adopt a single gift of antibiotic prophylaxis as standard practice of care. This will reduce the incidence of POWIs and consequently will lead to less physical and social disabilities and health care use. In addition, it will decrease the rate of use of empiric broad-spectrum antibiotics (and antibiotic resistance) prescribed upon suspicion or diagnosis of a POWI. A preliminary, conservative estimation suggests yearly cost savings in the Netherlands of €3.5 million per year.
NCT02225821 Wound Infections Following Implant Removal Completed Academisch Medisch Centrum - Universiteit van Amsterdam (AMC-UvA) Phase 4 2014-11-01 In the Netherlands about 18,000 surgical procedures with implant removal are annually performed after fracture healing, of which 30-80% concern the foot, ankle and lower leg region. For clean surgical procedures, the rate of postoperative wound infections (POWIs) should be less than 5%. However, rates of 10-12% following implant removal, specifically after foot, ankle and lower leg fractures are reported. Currently, surgeons decide individually if antibiotics prophylaxis is given, since no guideline exists. This leads to undesirable practice variation. Therefore, the investigators propose a double-blind randomized controlled trial (RCT) in patients scheduled for implant removal following a foot, ankle or lower leg fracture, to assess the (cost-)effectiveness of a single gift of antibiotic prophylaxis. Primary outcome is a POWI within 30 days after implant removal. Secondary outcomes are quality of life, functional outcome at 30 days and 6 months after implant removal and costs. With 2 x 250 patients a decrease in POWI from 10% to 3.3% (expected rate in clean-contaminated elective orthopedic trauma procedures) can be detected (Power=80%, 2-sided alpha=5%, including 15% lost to follow up). If the assumption of the investigators, that prophylactic antibiotics prior to implant removal reduces the infectious complication rate, is confirmed by this RCT, this will offer a strong argument to adopt a single gift of antibiotic prophylaxis as standard practice of care. This will reduce the incidence of POWIs and consequently will lead to less physical and social disabilities and health care use. In addition, it will decrease the rate of use of empiric broad-spectrum antibiotics (and antibiotic resistance) prescribed upon suspicion or diagnosis of a POWI. A preliminary, conservative estimation suggests yearly cost savings in the Netherlands of €3.5 million per year.
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Clinical Trial Conditions for Kefzol

Condition Name

Condition Name for Kefzol
Intervention Trials
Infection Secondary to Surgical Procedure 1
Breast Neoplasms 1
Surgical Wound Infection 1
Surgical Site Infection 1
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Condition MeSH

Condition MeSH for Kefzol
Intervention Trials
Surgical Wound Infection 2
Infection 2
Communicable Diseases 2
Wounds and Injuries 1
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Clinical Trial Locations for Kefzol

Trials by Country

Trials by Country for Kefzol
Location Trials
United States 10
Netherlands 1
China 1
Brazil 1
Iran, Islamic Republic of 1
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Trials by US State

Trials by US State for Kefzol
Location Trials
Utah 1
Texas 1
Oregon 1
Nebraska 1
Minnesota 1
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Clinical Trial Progress for Kefzol

Clinical Trial Phase

Clinical Trial Phase for Kefzol
Clinical Trial Phase Trials
Phase 4 2
Phase 1/Phase 2 1
N/A 3
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Clinical Trial Status

Clinical Trial Status for Kefzol
Clinical Trial Phase Trials
Completed 4
Recruiting 2
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Clinical Trial Sponsors for Kefzol

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Sponsor Trials
ZonMw: The Netherlands Organisation for Health Research and Development 1
AO Research Fund 1
Iowa City Veterans Affairs Medical Center 1
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Sponsor Type

Sponsor Type for Kefzol
Sponsor Trials
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U.S. Fed 1
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