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CLINICAL TRIALS PROFILE FOR POTASSIUM ACETATE

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505(b)(2) Clinical Trials for Potassium Acetate

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Trial Type Trial ID Title Status Sponsor Phase Start Date Summary
New Formulation NCT04039828 Zinc Sulfate Acceptability Not yet recruiting International Centre for Diarrhoeal Disease Research, Bangladesh N/A 2019-07-01 Introduction: Zinc (Zn) is an essential mineral widely distributed within the human body with metalloproteins, Zinc-binding proteins, etc. It is necessary for signal transduction and also cell growth and proliferation via respective metallo- and zinc-dependent enzymes. Zinc supplementation can significantly reduce diarrheal severity and duration as well as prevents future incidences and reduces use of other medications in diarrhoea. For this reason WHO, UNICEF, USAID and experts worldwide jointly recommended zinc supplementation (10 mg for infants less than 6 months old and 20 mg in 6 - 59 months old) combined with reduced osmolarity ORS for clinical management of acute diarrhoea. But due to strong metallic taste zinc products are less palatable to children even after using masking flavours as recommended by WHO. Several companies have formulated the product since WHO recommendations came but still transient side effects like vomiting and regurgitation remain evident. Despite careful counselling to the caregivers expected adherence rate to 10 days regimen of zinc supplement is yet to be reached. With the aim to increase zinc supplement coverage during acute diarrheal illness, it is necessary to conduct a study to introduce new formulation Zinc tablet which is more palatable, more dispersible and more acceptable. Intervention: Zinc sulfate [Zinc Dispersible Tablet, 20 mg; (Elemental Zinc 20 mg as Zinc Sulfate Monohydrate / Tablet)] Methods: Prospective, open label, interventional study Hypothesis: Improved formulation of Zinc Sulfate will have good acceptability. Study population: Stratum 1: 3 months - <18 months = 175 children Stratum 2: 18 months - 59 months = 175 children Objectives: 1. Primary Objective: Acceptability of the zinc product in the management of childhood diarrhea will be assessed by observing: i) Incidence of vomiting or regurgitation among enrolled children receiving the improvised zinc formulation. ii) The adherence: The number of days (out of the total 10 days) the child took the protocol-prescribed dose of the medicine. The treatment will be considered to have good acceptability if at least 80% of the prescribed treatment is taken by at least 70% of the children over the duration of 10 days, as per WHO guidelines. 2. Secondary objective : To assess palatability Secondary end point evaluation (Palatability): The statistical analysis will comprise the calculation of the percentage of patients out of 350 who found the investigational product to have "very well-tolerated, well-tolerated or tolerated" scores (i.e. any of the upper 3 possible scores). A 95% confidence interval, using the normal approximation of the binomial distribution, will be calculated for the percentage.
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All Clinical Trials for Potassium Acetate

Trial ID Title Status Sponsor Phase Start Date Summary
NCT00118482 Clinical Trial for the Prevention of Vasovagal Syncope Completed Canadian Institutes of Health Research (CIHR) Phase 4 2005-05-01 The main question in the study is whether people taking fludrocortisone are less likely to faint than people taking an inactive pill called a placebo. Fludrocortisone is a drug that stimulates the body to retain salt and water. The investigators know from some studies that it might prevent people from fainting at home and in the community, while they are carrying on with their lives. There is some evidence that salt and water retention help prevent fainting, but no one has a clear idea about whether this is true. This study will try to determine if that is true.
NCT00118482 Clinical Trial for the Prevention of Vasovagal Syncope Completed University of Calgary Phase 4 2005-05-01 The main question in the study is whether people taking fludrocortisone are less likely to faint than people taking an inactive pill called a placebo. Fludrocortisone is a drug that stimulates the body to retain salt and water. The investigators know from some studies that it might prevent people from fainting at home and in the community, while they are carrying on with their lives. There is some evidence that salt and water retention help prevent fainting, but no one has a clear idea about whether this is true. This study will try to determine if that is true.
NCT00212043 Phase I/II Trial of Infusional Gemcitabine in Combination With Carboplatin in Chemonaive Non-small Cell Carcinoma Completed Eli Lilly and Company Phase 2 2000-07-01 Hypothesis - Infusional gemcitabine may give better intracellular pharmacologic activation and be more effective clinically in non-small cell lung cancer
NCT00212043 Phase I/II Trial of Infusional Gemcitabine in Combination With Carboplatin in Chemonaive Non-small Cell Carcinoma Completed National University Hospital, Singapore Phase 2 2000-07-01 Hypothesis - Infusional gemcitabine may give better intracellular pharmacologic activation and be more effective clinically in non-small cell lung cancer
NCT00226616 Zinc Supplementation in Cholera Patients Completed Thrasher Research Fund Phase 3 2000-11-01 Cholera is one of the leading causes of morbidity and mortality among children and adult in developing countries. We will evaluate the effect of supplementation of zinc on reduction of duration and severity of cholera. Since cholera is primarily a disease of older children and adults, we intend to study the effects of zinc supplementation among children of 3 to 14 years of age, whose initial stool weight will be >4ml/kg/hour in 1st 6 hours and dark field examination is positive. 90 subjects in each group hospitalized with cholera with diarrhea for less than 24 hours will be selected. After inclusion in the study, informed consent will be obtained from guardian explaining the full procedure in the hospital. The subjects will be randomized to receive either zinc or placebo until diarrhea resolves. History of illness and baseline information will be collected in the hospital through interview, which may take duration of 10 minutes.After 6 hours of initial rehydration, fluid balance study will be carried out on all subjects until diarrhea resolves. 1 ml (1/4 teaspoonful) of blood sample will be taken to assess serum zinc level on admission after initial hydration and will be repeated on the day of recovery. This procedure carries a small risk of infection if not done under sanitary conditions; however, we will maintain proper sanitation, so there is no risk in the procedures. There is no potential risk in this study.20mg elemental Zinc will be given daily in 2 divided doses till cholera resolves. Both groups will receive syrup or tablet Erythromycin 50mg/kg/24 in 4 divided doses for 3 days. Oral rehydration solution/intravenous acetate fluid will be used for rehydration. Daily body weight will be taken and stool will be sent for C/S until the day of recovery or 5 days. Zinc loss in stool will be seen in 20% of random stool samples. Information obtained from history and the laboratory investigations of subject will be kept strictly confidential and no one other than the investigators of this study and the Ethics Committee of this Centre will/ has access to the information. The study will benefit the patients as study physician will do close observation, examination and will take care frequently, as research staff will monitor systematic progress and take necessary action. Study micronutrient (zinc) is shown to have benefit in children in acute diarrhea. If the results of the study is positive, it will benefit the patients in their treatment during this study and thereafter. The data will be analyzed for clinical effects of zinc on diarrhea.The study will help to improve the treatment strategy of cholera in children. The study will use hospital records, which will be returned after completion of the study. Stool, urine and 1 ml (1/4 teaspoonful) of venous blood will be taken to assess serum zinc level.
NCT00226616 Zinc Supplementation in Cholera Patients Completed World Bank Phase 3 2000-11-01 Cholera is one of the leading causes of morbidity and mortality among children and adult in developing countries. We will evaluate the effect of supplementation of zinc on reduction of duration and severity of cholera. Since cholera is primarily a disease of older children and adults, we intend to study the effects of zinc supplementation among children of 3 to 14 years of age, whose initial stool weight will be >4ml/kg/hour in 1st 6 hours and dark field examination is positive. 90 subjects in each group hospitalized with cholera with diarrhea for less than 24 hours will be selected. After inclusion in the study, informed consent will be obtained from guardian explaining the full procedure in the hospital. The subjects will be randomized to receive either zinc or placebo until diarrhea resolves. History of illness and baseline information will be collected in the hospital through interview, which may take duration of 10 minutes.After 6 hours of initial rehydration, fluid balance study will be carried out on all subjects until diarrhea resolves. 1 ml (1/4 teaspoonful) of blood sample will be taken to assess serum zinc level on admission after initial hydration and will be repeated on the day of recovery. This procedure carries a small risk of infection if not done under sanitary conditions; however, we will maintain proper sanitation, so there is no risk in the procedures. There is no potential risk in this study.20mg elemental Zinc will be given daily in 2 divided doses till cholera resolves. Both groups will receive syrup or tablet Erythromycin 50mg/kg/24 in 4 divided doses for 3 days. Oral rehydration solution/intravenous acetate fluid will be used for rehydration. Daily body weight will be taken and stool will be sent for C/S until the day of recovery or 5 days. Zinc loss in stool will be seen in 20% of random stool samples. Information obtained from history and the laboratory investigations of subject will be kept strictly confidential and no one other than the investigators of this study and the Ethics Committee of this Centre will/ has access to the information. The study will benefit the patients as study physician will do close observation, examination and will take care frequently, as research staff will monitor systematic progress and take necessary action. Study micronutrient (zinc) is shown to have benefit in children in acute diarrhea. If the results of the study is positive, it will benefit the patients in their treatment during this study and thereafter. The data will be analyzed for clinical effects of zinc on diarrhea.The study will help to improve the treatment strategy of cholera in children. The study will use hospital records, which will be returned after completion of the study. Stool, urine and 1 ml (1/4 teaspoonful) of venous blood will be taken to assess serum zinc level.
NCT00226616 Zinc Supplementation in Cholera Patients Completed International Centre for Diarrhoeal Disease Research, Bangladesh Phase 3 2000-11-01 Cholera is one of the leading causes of morbidity and mortality among children and adult in developing countries. We will evaluate the effect of supplementation of zinc on reduction of duration and severity of cholera. Since cholera is primarily a disease of older children and adults, we intend to study the effects of zinc supplementation among children of 3 to 14 years of age, whose initial stool weight will be >4ml/kg/hour in 1st 6 hours and dark field examination is positive. 90 subjects in each group hospitalized with cholera with diarrhea for less than 24 hours will be selected. After inclusion in the study, informed consent will be obtained from guardian explaining the full procedure in the hospital. The subjects will be randomized to receive either zinc or placebo until diarrhea resolves. History of illness and baseline information will be collected in the hospital through interview, which may take duration of 10 minutes.After 6 hours of initial rehydration, fluid balance study will be carried out on all subjects until diarrhea resolves. 1 ml (1/4 teaspoonful) of blood sample will be taken to assess serum zinc level on admission after initial hydration and will be repeated on the day of recovery. This procedure carries a small risk of infection if not done under sanitary conditions; however, we will maintain proper sanitation, so there is no risk in the procedures. There is no potential risk in this study.20mg elemental Zinc will be given daily in 2 divided doses till cholera resolves. Both groups will receive syrup or tablet Erythromycin 50mg/kg/24 in 4 divided doses for 3 days. Oral rehydration solution/intravenous acetate fluid will be used for rehydration. Daily body weight will be taken and stool will be sent for C/S until the day of recovery or 5 days. Zinc loss in stool will be seen in 20% of random stool samples. Information obtained from history and the laboratory investigations of subject will be kept strictly confidential and no one other than the investigators of this study and the Ethics Committee of this Centre will/ has access to the information. The study will benefit the patients as study physician will do close observation, examination and will take care frequently, as research staff will monitor systematic progress and take necessary action. Study micronutrient (zinc) is shown to have benefit in children in acute diarrhea. If the results of the study is positive, it will benefit the patients in their treatment during this study and thereafter. The data will be analyzed for clinical effects of zinc on diarrhea.The study will help to improve the treatment strategy of cholera in children. The study will use hospital records, which will be returned after completion of the study. Stool, urine and 1 ml (1/4 teaspoonful) of venous blood will be taken to assess serum zinc level.
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Clinical Trial Conditions for Potassium Acetate

Condition Name

Condition Name for Potassium Acetate
Intervention Trials
Diabetes 2
PSA 1
Congestive Heart Failure 1
Kidney Failure 1
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Condition MeSH

Condition MeSH for Potassium Acetate
Intervention Trials
Diarrhea 2
Ketosis 2
Diabetic Ketoacidosis 2
Neoplasm Metastasis 1
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Clinical Trial Locations for Potassium Acetate

Trials by Country

Trials by Country for Potassium Acetate
Location Trials
United States 12
Canada 10
Bangladesh 2
Brazil 1
China 1
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Trials by US State

Trials by US State for Potassium Acetate
Location Trials
Massachusetts 2
Virginia 2
Tennessee 1
New York 1
Wisconsin 1
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Clinical Trial Progress for Potassium Acetate

Clinical Trial Phase

Clinical Trial Phase for Potassium Acetate
Clinical Trial Phase Trials
Phase 4 3
Phase 3 2
Phase 2 3
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Clinical Trial Status for Potassium Acetate
Clinical Trial Phase Trials
Completed 5
Recruiting 4
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Clinical Trial Sponsors for Potassium Acetate

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Sponsor Name for Potassium Acetate
Sponsor Trials
International Centre for Diarrhoeal Disease Research, Bangladesh 3
University Hospital, Linkoeping 1
Canadian Institutes of Health Research (CIHR) 1
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Sponsor Type

Sponsor Type for Potassium Acetate
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Industry 4
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