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Last Updated: May 14, 2021

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CLINICAL TRIALS PROFILE FOR PULMICORT RESPULES

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All Clinical Trials for Pulmicort Respules

Trial ID Title Status Sponsor Phase Start Date Summary
NCT00388739 Initiation of Chronic Asthma Care Regimens in the Pediatric Emergency Department Unknown status AstraZeneca N/A 2006-11-01 Hypothesis: Initiating chronic management treatment plans in conjunction with an asthma educational intervention in the pediatric Emergency Department (ED) with anti-inflammatory medication will result in an improvement of ED revisits (and unscheduled return visits). Chronic management intitiation in conjunction with an asthma educational intervention in the pediatric ED with anti-inflammatory medication will also result in improved Quality of Life measure. Specific aims: 1. To demonstrate that the initiation controller medication therapy in conjunction with asthma education will result in: 1. Decreased return ED visits (or unscheduled primary care physician visits) as compared to a control group over a 12 month period 2. Improved Quality of Life as measured by Bukstein’s ITG Quality of Life measure. 2. To describe the relationship of the initiation of controller medication therapy in conjunction with asthma education with well child visits, missed school/daycare days and behavioral capabilities. Objective: To determine the impact of beginning chronic asthma medication regimens after an educational intervention in the ED in pediatric patients 1-18 years of age with mild to moderate persistent asthma. Long-term goal/purpose: To demonstrate the success of a model of care that utilizes the emergency department physician to initiate National Asthma Education and Prevention Program (NAEPP) guided chronic asthma therapy in children 1-18 years of age. This model will attempt to bridge the gap in initiation of chronic asthma therapy currently left by a failure of both emergency department and primary care physicians.
NCT00388739 Initiation of Chronic Asthma Care Regimens in the Pediatric Emergency Department Unknown status Baylor College of Medicine N/A 2006-11-01 Hypothesis: Initiating chronic management treatment plans in conjunction with an asthma educational intervention in the pediatric Emergency Department (ED) with anti-inflammatory medication will result in an improvement of ED revisits (and unscheduled return visits). Chronic management intitiation in conjunction with an asthma educational intervention in the pediatric ED with anti-inflammatory medication will also result in improved Quality of Life measure. Specific aims: 1. To demonstrate that the initiation controller medication therapy in conjunction with asthma education will result in: 1. Decreased return ED visits (or unscheduled primary care physician visits) as compared to a control group over a 12 month period 2. Improved Quality of Life as measured by Bukstein’s ITG Quality of Life measure. 2. To describe the relationship of the initiation of controller medication therapy in conjunction with asthma education with well child visits, missed school/daycare days and behavioral capabilities. Objective: To determine the impact of beginning chronic asthma medication regimens after an educational intervention in the ED in pediatric patients 1-18 years of age with mild to moderate persistent asthma. Long-term goal/purpose: To demonstrate the success of a model of care that utilizes the emergency department physician to initiate National Asthma Education and Prevention Program (NAEPP) guided chronic asthma therapy in children 1-18 years of age. This model will attempt to bridge the gap in initiation of chronic asthma therapy currently left by a failure of both emergency department and primary care physicians.
NCT00584636 Pulmicort Respules on Relapse Rates After Treatment in the ED Withdrawn Phoenix Children's Hospital Phase 4 2007-10-01 The purpose of this study is to see if the addition of budesonide to oral corticosteroids will result in a decrease in relapse rates compared to oral corticosteroids alone in children who are discharged from the ED after an asthma exacerbation. Secondly, that there will be an improvement in lung function, a decrease in beta-2 agonist use and an improvement in health-related quality of life compared to placebo.
NCT00624429 A Pilot Study Involving an Asthma Management Program for Inner-city Early Head Start Children Unknown status AstraZeneca Phase 4 2008-03-01 The Early Head Start program serves lower socioeconomic inner-city children from birth to 3 years. This population has a higher incidence of asthma due to increased exposures. The primary objective of this study is: To evaluate the effect of early identification of these high risk, inner-city asthmatic infants, age 1-3 years, and early treatment with pulmicort respules on asthma morbidity (asthma symptoms and use of rescue medications), infant pulmonary functions, and use of health care resources (unscheduled clinic visits, emergency room visits and hospitalizations). To obtain pilot behavior information using Carey Temperament Scale, Bitsea and expand to Itsea if indicated.
NCT00624429 A Pilot Study Involving an Asthma Management Program for Inner-city Early Head Start Children Unknown status Phoenix Children's Hospital Phase 4 2008-03-01 The Early Head Start program serves lower socioeconomic inner-city children from birth to 3 years. This population has a higher incidence of asthma due to increased exposures. The primary objective of this study is: To evaluate the effect of early identification of these high risk, inner-city asthmatic infants, age 1-3 years, and early treatment with pulmicort respules on asthma morbidity (asthma symptoms and use of rescue medications), infant pulmonary functions, and use of health care resources (unscheduled clinic visits, emergency room visits and hospitalizations). To obtain pilot behavior information using Carey Temperament Scale, Bitsea and expand to Itsea if indicated.
NCT00627679 Safety and Blood Level Study of Unit Dose Budesonide Completed MAP Pharmaceuticals, Inc., a wholly owned subsidiary of Allergan Phase 1 2005-12-01 The purpose of this study is to evaluate the tolerability and pharmacokinetics of three doses of MAP0010 (Unit Dose Budesonide) compared with Pulmicort Respules® (Budesonide) in healthy volunteers.
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Clinical Trial Conditions for Pulmicort Respules

Condition Name

Condition Name for Pulmicort Respules
Intervention Trials
Asthma 9
Post Operative Complication, Pulmonary 1
Paranasal Sinus Diseases 1
Olfaction Disorders 1
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Condition MeSH

Condition MeSH for Pulmicort Respules
Intervention Trials
Asthma 7
Sinusitis 1
Paranasal Sinus Diseases 1
Olfaction Disorders 1
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Clinical Trial Locations for Pulmicort Respules

Trials by Country

Trials by Country for Pulmicort Respules
Location Trials
United States 4
Japan 3
Australia 1
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Trials by US State

Trials by US State for Pulmicort Respules
Location Trials
Arizona 2
Texas 1
North Carolina 1
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Clinical Trial Progress for Pulmicort Respules

Clinical Trial Phase

Clinical Trial Phase for Pulmicort Respules
Clinical Trial Phase Trials
Phase 4 5
Phase 3 2
Phase 2 1
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Clinical Trial Status

Clinical Trial Status for Pulmicort Respules
Clinical Trial Phase Trials
Completed 5
Withdrawn 2
Not yet recruiting 2
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Clinical Trial Sponsors for Pulmicort Respules

Sponsor Name

Sponsor Name for Pulmicort Respules
Sponsor Trials
AstraZeneca 6
Phoenix Children's Hospital 2
University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill 1
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Sponsor Type

Sponsor Type for Pulmicort Respules
Sponsor Trials
Industry 10
Other 5
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