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CLINICAL TRIALS PROFILE FOR REGLAN ODT

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Clinical Trials for Reglan Odt

Trial ID Title Status Sponsor Phase Summary
NCT00000654 The Tolerance of HIV-Infected Patients With Herpes Group Virus Infections to Oral Doses of FIAU Completed Oclassen Pharmaceuticals Phase 2 To determine the tolerance of HIV-infected patients to TID oral doses of FIAU syrup at 4 different dose levels. To determine the peak and trough blood levels of FIAU and its metabolites during two weeks of oral dosing with FIAU. The pyrimidine nucleoside analog FIAC and its primary deaminated uracil metabolite FIAU are highly and specifically active compounds in vitro against several herpes group viruses, particularly herpes simplex virus (HSV) types 1 and 2, varicella zoster (VZV), and cytomegalovirus (CMV), as well as hepatitis B virus (HBV). Since FIAU is the primary metabolite of FIAC and the administration of FIAU simplifies the metabolism of FIAC, it is anticipated from clinical studies of FIAC that FIAU will be tolerated at least as well as FIAC. A single-dose, pharmacokinetic (blood level) study showed that FIAC, when taken orally, is readily absorbed into the bloodstream, and most of it is converted to FIAU. Daily oral doses are expected to provide concentrations of FIAU exceeding the in vitro minimum inhibitory concentration for nearly all the herpes group viruses.
NCT00000654 The Tolerance of HIV-Infected Patients With Herpes Group Virus Infections to Oral Doses of FIAU Completed National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases (NIAID) Phase 2 To determine the tolerance of HIV-infected patients to TID oral doses of FIAU syrup at 4 different dose levels. To determine the peak and trough blood levels of FIAU and its metabolites during two weeks of oral dosing with FIAU. The pyrimidine nucleoside analog FIAC and its primary deaminated uracil metabolite FIAU are highly and specifically active compounds in vitro against several herpes group viruses, particularly herpes simplex virus (HSV) types 1 and 2, varicella zoster (VZV), and cytomegalovirus (CMV), as well as hepatitis B virus (HBV). Since FIAU is the primary metabolite of FIAC and the administration of FIAU simplifies the metabolism of FIAC, it is anticipated from clinical studies of FIAC that FIAU will be tolerated at least as well as FIAC. A single-dose, pharmacokinetic (blood level) study showed that FIAC, when taken orally, is readily absorbed into the bloodstream, and most of it is converted to FIAU. Daily oral doses are expected to provide concentrations of FIAU exceeding the in vitro minimum inhibitory concentration for nearly all the herpes group viruses.
NCT00139893 A Randomized, Open-label, Two-way Crossover Trial to Determine the Pharmacokinetics of Metoclopramide When Administered as the Orally Disintegrating Tablet Compared to Reglan® Tablets in Subjects With Diabetic Gastroparesis Completed UCB Pharma N/A To determine whether a new Orally Disintegrating Tablet of Reglan (metoclopramide) is metabolized faster than the conventional Reglan tablet in patients with diabetic gastroparesis, pharmacokinetics following a single 10 mg dose of each formulation are being compared. Subjects must be 18 or older, have Type 1 or 2 diabetes with documented gastroparesis and agree to withhold medications for gastroparesis for 3 days prior to each dosing. Exclusion criteria include serum glucose >300 mg/dL, Hb1Ac >10%, and concurrent illness interfering with gastrointestinal motility. Subjects will stay in the clinic overnight, and pharmacokinetic sampling will continue for 8 hours after the first morning dose. The time (Tmax) and amount (Cmax) of peak concentration and the area under the curve (AUC) from time zero to 8 hr will be compared for the 2 formulations.
NCT00274170 Randomized Evaluation of Octreotide Versus Compazine for Emergency Department Treatment of Migraine Headache Unknown status C.R.Darnall Army Medical Center Phase 1/Phase 2 : Headaches are a common complaint presenting to the emergency department (ED), accounting for 1-2% of all ED visits, with migraines as the second most common primary headache syndrome. Patients that ultimately present to the ED have failed outpatient therapy and exhibit severe and persistent symptoms. Treatment options have been traditionally with a parenteral opiod, generally Demerol. Unfortunately, patients with chronic painful conditions like migraines have been prone to dependency. In 1986, a nonopioid, compazine was noted serendipitously to relieve migraine headache pain. 1 Nonopioid regimens have evolved as standard therapy in the treatment of migrainne headache in the ED. Today, there are a number of nonopioid treatment options, but not without their own individual concerns. Ergotamine and dihydroergotamine are effective, but commonly cause nausea and vomiting. Sumatriptan is expensive has recurrence rate, is ineffective in about 20-30%, and is contra-indicated in patients with cardiac disease. Metoclopramide, a dopamine receptor antagonist, commonly used as an anti-emetic agent, has been widely studied for use with acute migraines. Its side effects include drowsiness and dystonic reactions. Compazine has been successfully used to treat migraine headaches for the past several decades, and has been accepted as standard treatment of headaches in the ED. 2 Its side effect profile includes extrapyramidal effects, dysphoria, drowsiness and akathisias. The ideal medication for treating headaches would have no addictive properties, few side effects, quick onset, be highly effective and have a low rate of recurrence. Somatostatin is known to have an inhibitory effect on a number of neuropetides, which have been implicated in migraine. Native somatostatin is an unstable compound and is broken down in minutes, but octreotide, a somatostatin analogue has a longer half life. Intravenous somatostatin has been shown to be as effective as ergotamine in the acute treatment of cluster headache. 3 The analgesic effect of octreotide with headaches associated with growth hormone secreting tumor has been established. 4 Five somatostatin receptors have been cloned with octreotide acting predominantely on sst2 and sst5. The distribution of sst2 within the central nervous system strongly suggests that this particular somatostatin receptor has a role in cranial nociception, being highly expressed in the trigeminal nucleus caudalis and periaqueductal grey. Kapicioglu et.al performed a double blind study comparing octreotide to placebo in treating migraine. They found there to be a significantly greater relief of pain with octreotide at 2 and 6 hours compared to placebo (76% vs 25%, p<0.02). They noted that 47% of those in the octreotide group had complete relief compared to no patients in the placebo group. They went on to note that those patients in the octreotide group had earlier relief of symptoms and no side effects. The only minor adverse event related to the administration of octreotide was a local reaction in 3 patients (18%). In a study performed recently in Netherlands, no clinically relevant changes in vital signs, routine chemistry, and urinalysis were observed with octreotide use. Electrocardiogram analyses showed no newly occurring or worsening of known cardiac abnormalities 2 and 24 h after injection with octreotide. 5 Levy et. al also compared octreotide to placebo in a double blinded study but found no difference. This was a poorly designed study, in that the patients treated themselves at home with an injection of either placebo or octreotide for 2 episodes of headache and recorded their level of pain relief at 2 hours. Matharu et. al also performed a double blind study comparing octreotide to placebo, but looking at cluster headaches rather than migraines. They found there to be a significant improvement with the use of octreotide over placebo (52% vs 36%). At Darnall Army Community Hospital the cost of 100 mcg Octreotide and10 mg Compazine, is $10.46, $2.02-8.00, respectively.
NCT00355394 Treatment of Acute Migraine Headache in Children Completed Children's Hospital of Philadelphia Phase 2 Migraine is common in children and is one of the most common etiologies of headache leading to emergency room presentation in children. Despite this, few studies have investigated the treatment of acute migraine headache in the emergency room. We will perform a prospective, double-blind, placebo-controlled study of metoclopramide versus placebo in the treatment of acute migraine headache. The primary outcome will be the number of subjects headache free at two hours.
NCT00372970 Placebo Controlled Trial of Botulinum Toxin for Gastroparesis Completed American College of Gastroenterology N/A It is hypothesized that in some patients with gastroparesis increased pyloric tone may be a contributing feature. Botox relaxes the pylorus so that food can empty the stomach more rapidly. Lesser quality studies have shown that this treatment works in about 40% of patients, and relieves symptoms for up to 3 months. This study compares this treatment to placebo (saline) injection. After a 1 month period patients may elect to receive open label botox who have not received relief from their first injection. Patients symptoms and gastric emptying are followed for 1 year.
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Clinical Trial Conditions for Reglan Odt

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Condition Name for Reglan Odt
Intervention Trials
Gastroparesis 3
Migraine Headache 2
Migraine 2
Nausea 2
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Condition MeSH

Condition MeSH for Reglan Odt
Intervention Trials
Headache 10
Migraine Disorders 8
Emergencies 5
Vomiting 4
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Clinical Trial Locations for Reglan Odt

Trials by Country

Trials by Country for Reglan Odt
Location Trials
United States 57
Nepal 1
Canada 1
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Trials by US State

Trials by US State for Reglan Odt
Location Trials
New York 7
Pennsylvania 4
Tennessee 3
California 3
North Carolina 3
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Clinical Trial Progress for Reglan Odt

Clinical Trial Phase

Clinical Trial Phase for Reglan Odt
Clinical Trial Phase Trials
Phase 4 10
Phase 3 5
Phase 2/Phase 3 1
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Clinical Trial Status

Clinical Trial Status for Reglan Odt
Clinical Trial Phase Trials
Completed 14
Recruiting 6
Terminated 3
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Clinical Trial Sponsors for Reglan Odt

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Sponsor Name for Reglan Odt
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Montefiore Medical Center 3
Eunice Kennedy Shriver National Institute of Child Health and Human Development (NICHD) 2
University of Pittsburgh 1
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Sponsor Type

Sponsor Type for Reglan Odt
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Other 35
NIH 4
Industry 3
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