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CLINICAL TRIALS PROFILE FOR PEG-3350, SODIUM SULFATE, SODIUM CHLORIDE, POTASSIUM CHLORIDE, SODIUM ASCORBATE AND ASCORBIC ACID

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All Clinical Trials for PEG-3350, SODIUM SULFATE, SODIUM CHLORIDE, POTASSIUM CHLORIDE, SODIUM ASCORBATE AND ASCORBIC ACID

Trial ID Title Status Sponsor Phase Start Date Summary
NCT01299779 Incidence of Hyponatremia in PEG-SD Compared to PEG-ELS Completed Valeant Pharmaceuticals International, Inc. N/A 2010-06-01 Objective: To compare the incidence of peri-colonoscopy hyponatremia associated with PEG 3350 + sports drink (PEG-SD) versus PEG 3350-electrolyte solution + sodium sulfate + sodium ascorbate and ascorbic acid (PEG-ELS). Hypothesis: As compared to PEG-SD, hyponatremia occurs significantly less often with PEG-ELS.
NCT01299779 Incidence of Hyponatremia in PEG-SD Compared to PEG-ELS Completed Thomas Jefferson University N/A 2010-06-01 Objective: To compare the incidence of peri-colonoscopy hyponatremia associated with PEG 3350 + sports drink (PEG-SD) versus PEG 3350-electrolyte solution + sodium sulfate + sodium ascorbate and ascorbic acid (PEG-ELS). Hypothesis: As compared to PEG-SD, hyponatremia occurs significantly less often with PEG-ELS.
NCT02178033 The Impact of Split Dose of Low-volume Polyethylene Glycol on Adenoma Detection Rate Unknown status Istituti Ospitalieri di Cremona N/A 2014-01-01 An adequate level of bowel preparation is crucial for the efficacy and safety of colonoscopy. Strong evidences suggest that bowel-preparation quality shows an inverse correlation with length of the interval between the end of cleansing agent intake and the start of colonoscopy (shorter intervals are associated with better preparation levels). Accordingly, the use of a split-dose administration regimen has been demonstrated to significantly improve the quality of preparation, besides patient acceptability, as compared with standard administration the day before colonoscopy. All randomized controlled trials comparing split versus standard preparations were primarily aimed at assessing the quality of colon cleansing, by means of either validated or not-validated colon cleansing scales. The impact of a split dose regimen on objective colonoscopy performance measures such as adenoma detection rate (ADR) has never been specifically and prospectively evaluated. The present study is aimed at evaluating whether the split-dose preparation regimen is associated with an increase of adenoma detection. For this purpose, asymptomatic subjects aged 50-69, undergoing screening colonoscopy for positive immunologic fecal occult blood test are randomized in a 1:1 ratio to receive low-volume (2L) PEG plus ascorbic acid solution either in a split-dose (study arm) or in a full-dose regimen (control arm). Treatments are allocated using a computer-generated, randomized code list. The treatment allocation is concealed and is accomplished at the screening visit through non-research personnel who is not involved in the study. To ensure masking, the endoscopists who perform the colonoscopies are not involved in the randomization process and in the pre-procedure data collection. In this study the the primary outcome measure was the proportion of patients with at least one adenoma (Adenoma Detection Rate) in each harm. Data on bowel cleansing, patient compliance, tolerability and acceptability were also collected. A sample size of at least 514 patients (257 in each arm) was calculated, by hypothesizing a relative increase of 25% in the adenoma detection rate in the split dose preparation group, assuming a 40% prevalence of one or more adenoma in FIT-positive patients undergoing screening colonoscopy (significance level 0.05, 90% power).
NCT02178033 The Impact of Split Dose of Low-volume Polyethylene Glycol on Adenoma Detection Rate Unknown status Istituto Clinico Humanitas N/A 2014-01-01 An adequate level of bowel preparation is crucial for the efficacy and safety of colonoscopy. Strong evidences suggest that bowel-preparation quality shows an inverse correlation with length of the interval between the end of cleansing agent intake and the start of colonoscopy (shorter intervals are associated with better preparation levels). Accordingly, the use of a split-dose administration regimen has been demonstrated to significantly improve the quality of preparation, besides patient acceptability, as compared with standard administration the day before colonoscopy. All randomized controlled trials comparing split versus standard preparations were primarily aimed at assessing the quality of colon cleansing, by means of either validated or not-validated colon cleansing scales. The impact of a split dose regimen on objective colonoscopy performance measures such as adenoma detection rate (ADR) has never been specifically and prospectively evaluated. The present study is aimed at evaluating whether the split-dose preparation regimen is associated with an increase of adenoma detection. For this purpose, asymptomatic subjects aged 50-69, undergoing screening colonoscopy for positive immunologic fecal occult blood test are randomized in a 1:1 ratio to receive low-volume (2L) PEG plus ascorbic acid solution either in a split-dose (study arm) or in a full-dose regimen (control arm). Treatments are allocated using a computer-generated, randomized code list. The treatment allocation is concealed and is accomplished at the screening visit through non-research personnel who is not involved in the study. To ensure masking, the endoscopists who perform the colonoscopies are not involved in the randomization process and in the pre-procedure data collection. In this study the the primary outcome measure was the proportion of patients with at least one adenoma (Adenoma Detection Rate) in each harm. Data on bowel cleansing, patient compliance, tolerability and acceptability were also collected. A sample size of at least 514 patients (257 in each arm) was calculated, by hypothesizing a relative increase of 25% in the adenoma detection rate in the split dose preparation group, assuming a 40% prevalence of one or more adenoma in FIT-positive patients undergoing screening colonoscopy (significance level 0.05, 90% power).
NCT02178033 The Impact of Split Dose of Low-volume Polyethylene Glycol on Adenoma Detection Rate Unknown status Nuovo Regina Margherita Hospital N/A 2014-01-01 An adequate level of bowel preparation is crucial for the efficacy and safety of colonoscopy. Strong evidences suggest that bowel-preparation quality shows an inverse correlation with length of the interval between the end of cleansing agent intake and the start of colonoscopy (shorter intervals are associated with better preparation levels). Accordingly, the use of a split-dose administration regimen has been demonstrated to significantly improve the quality of preparation, besides patient acceptability, as compared with standard administration the day before colonoscopy. All randomized controlled trials comparing split versus standard preparations were primarily aimed at assessing the quality of colon cleansing, by means of either validated or not-validated colon cleansing scales. The impact of a split dose regimen on objective colonoscopy performance measures such as adenoma detection rate (ADR) has never been specifically and prospectively evaluated. The present study is aimed at evaluating whether the split-dose preparation regimen is associated with an increase of adenoma detection. For this purpose, asymptomatic subjects aged 50-69, undergoing screening colonoscopy for positive immunologic fecal occult blood test are randomized in a 1:1 ratio to receive low-volume (2L) PEG plus ascorbic acid solution either in a split-dose (study arm) or in a full-dose regimen (control arm). Treatments are allocated using a computer-generated, randomized code list. The treatment allocation is concealed and is accomplished at the screening visit through non-research personnel who is not involved in the study. To ensure masking, the endoscopists who perform the colonoscopies are not involved in the randomization process and in the pre-procedure data collection. In this study the the primary outcome measure was the proportion of patients with at least one adenoma (Adenoma Detection Rate) in each harm. Data on bowel cleansing, patient compliance, tolerability and acceptability were also collected. A sample size of at least 514 patients (257 in each arm) was calculated, by hypothesizing a relative increase of 25% in the adenoma detection rate in the split dose preparation group, assuming a 40% prevalence of one or more adenoma in FIT-positive patients undergoing screening colonoscopy (significance level 0.05, 90% power).
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Clinical Trial Conditions for PEG-3350, SODIUM SULFATE, SODIUM CHLORIDE, POTASSIUM CHLORIDE, SODIUM ASCORBATE AND ASCORBIC ACID

Condition Name

Condition Name for PEG-3350, SODIUM SULFATE, SODIUM CHLORIDE, POTASSIUM CHLORIDE, SODIUM ASCORBATE AND ASCORBIC ACID
Intervention Trials
Colonic Adenomas 1
Pharmacokinetic 1
Hyponatremia 1
Colorectal Disorders 1
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Condition MeSH for PEG-3350, SODIUM SULFATE, SODIUM CHLORIDE, POTASSIUM CHLORIDE, SODIUM ASCORBATE AND ASCORBIC ACID
Intervention Trials
Adenoma 1
Hyponatremia 1
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Clinical Trial Locations for PEG-3350, SODIUM SULFATE, SODIUM CHLORIDE, POTASSIUM CHLORIDE, SODIUM ASCORBATE AND ASCORBIC ACID

Trials by Country

Trials by Country for PEG-3350, SODIUM SULFATE, SODIUM CHLORIDE, POTASSIUM CHLORIDE, SODIUM ASCORBATE AND ASCORBIC ACID
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United States 1
Russian Federation 1
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Trials by US State

Trials by US State for PEG-3350, SODIUM SULFATE, SODIUM CHLORIDE, POTASSIUM CHLORIDE, SODIUM ASCORBATE AND ASCORBIC ACID
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Clinical Trial Progress for PEG-3350, SODIUM SULFATE, SODIUM CHLORIDE, POTASSIUM CHLORIDE, SODIUM ASCORBATE AND ASCORBIC ACID

Clinical Trial Phase

Clinical Trial Phase for PEG-3350, SODIUM SULFATE, SODIUM CHLORIDE, POTASSIUM CHLORIDE, SODIUM ASCORBATE AND ASCORBIC ACID
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N/A 3
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Clinical Trial Status

Clinical Trial Status for PEG-3350, SODIUM SULFATE, SODIUM CHLORIDE, POTASSIUM CHLORIDE, SODIUM ASCORBATE AND ASCORBIC ACID
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Unknown status 1
Completed 1
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Clinical Trial Sponsors for PEG-3350, SODIUM SULFATE, SODIUM CHLORIDE, POTASSIUM CHLORIDE, SODIUM ASCORBATE AND ASCORBIC ACID

Sponsor Name

Sponsor Name for PEG-3350, SODIUM SULFATE, SODIUM CHLORIDE, POTASSIUM CHLORIDE, SODIUM ASCORBATE AND ASCORBIC ACID
Sponsor Trials
Istituti Ospitalieri di Cremona 1
Russian Society of Colorectal Surgeons 1
Thomas Jefferson University 1
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Sponsor Type

Sponsor Type for PEG-3350, SODIUM SULFATE, SODIUM CHLORIDE, POTASSIUM CHLORIDE, SODIUM ASCORBATE AND ASCORBIC ACID
Sponsor Trials
Other 7
Industry 2
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