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CLINICAL TRIALS PROFILE FOR SORBITOL 3% IN PLASTIC CONTAINER

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Trial ID Title Status Sponsor Phase Start Date Summary
NCT00000159 Sorbinil Retinopathy Trial (SRT) Completed National Eye Institute (NEI) Phase 3 1983-08-01 To evaluate the safety and efficacy of the investigational drug sorbinil, an aldose reductase inhibitor, in preventing the development of diabetic retinopathy and neuropathy in persons with insulin-dependent diabetes.
NCT00121433 Leptin and Endothelial Function Completed Amgen Phase 4 2004-09-01 The purpose of this trial was to determine if injections of leptin would improve vascular function in normal-weight, healthy volunteers.
NCT00121433 Leptin and Endothelial Function Completed University of Michigan Phase 4 2004-09-01 The purpose of this trial was to determine if injections of leptin would improve vascular function in normal-weight, healthy volunteers.
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.
NCT00374023 A Study on Immunological Effect of Vitamin A and Zinc in a Placebo Controlled 4 Cell Trial Completed International Centre for Diarrhoeal Disease Research, Bangladesh N/A 1993-07-01 Vitamin A deficiency in children is associated with increased mortality and morbidity due to respiratory tract and diarrhoeal infections. Vitamin A supplementation has been shown in some studies to reduce morbidity due to respiratory diseases. However, other studies to reduce could not document such benefit from vitamin A supplementation. The role of vitamin A on immunity in humans is not yet clear due to inconclusive results. To evaluate immune changes and compare those with of a known immunopotent agent like zinc, a randomised double blind study will be carried out in 1-3 year aged children without acute illness and wt/age between 61% and 70% of NCHS standard. Baseline anthropometry and vitamin A status will be determined using MRDR test and immune status will be estimated. Each group consisting of 50 children will either receive vitamin A 200,000 IU over 7 days or 40 m elemental zinc daily for 7 days or both or placebo. After 8 weeks immunity test will be repeated. Immunity tests will include serum 1gA, 1gM, 1gG an lymphocyte simulation and 8 antigen multiple skin test. Undiminished children will be given measles vaccine and serum titre will be measured before and after supplementation. Vitamin A status will be estimated by MRDR test. Vitamin A2 will be given and 1ml blood sample will be collected after 5 hours to see the ratio of vitamin A1 and A2 (<0.06 as cut off) as the modified relative dose response (MRDR test). Doses of vitamin A or zinc will be repeated at the completion of 2 month. The results will be compared between groups and within groups at baseline and after 6 weeks. The study will generate information which will help to examine the immune response of vitamin A therapy in children as an underlying factor for reduction in mortality or morbidity. The study will be completed within a year.
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Clinical Trial Conditions for Sorbitol 3% In Plastic Container

Condition Name

Condition Name for Sorbitol 3% In Plastic Container
Intervention Trials
Constipation 2
Peritonitis 1
Gait 1
Acute Pain 1
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Condition MeSH

Condition MeSH for Sorbitol 3% In Plastic Container
Intervention Trials
Tooth Diseases 2
Constipation 2
Nerve Compression Syndromes 2
Hereditary Sensory and Motor Neuropathy 2
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Clinical Trial Locations for Sorbitol 3% In Plastic Container

Trials by Country

Trials by Country for Sorbitol 3% In Plastic Container
Location Trials
United States 24
China 5
United Kingdom 4
Uzbekistan 3
Georgia 3
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Trials by US State

Trials by US State for Sorbitol 3% In Plastic Container
Location Trials
Kansas 3
California 3
Washington 2
Ohio 2
New York 2
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Clinical Trial Progress for Sorbitol 3% In Plastic Container

Clinical Trial Phase

Clinical Trial Phase for Sorbitol 3% In Plastic Container
Clinical Trial Phase Trials
Phase 4 9
Phase 3 5
Phase 2/Phase 3 1
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Clinical Trial Status

Clinical Trial Status for Sorbitol 3% In Plastic Container
Clinical Trial Phase Trials
Completed 11
Not yet recruiting 5
Recruiting 5
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Clinical Trial Sponsors for Sorbitol 3% In Plastic Container

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Sponsor Name for Sorbitol 3% In Plastic Container
Sponsor Trials
Yuria-Pharm 3
International Centre for Diarrhoeal Disease Research, Bangladesh 2
Pharnext SA 2
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Sponsor Type for Sorbitol 3% In Plastic Container
Sponsor Trials
Other 21
Industry 10
NIH 1
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