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Trial ID Title Status Sponsor Phase Start Date Summary
NCT03489265 Effects of Eluxadoline (Viberzi®) 100 mg Twice Daily on Diarrhea-Associated Fecal Incontinence Not yet recruiting Allergan Phase 2 2018-08-30 Accidental bowel leakage (fecal incontinence) increases in people who have diarrhea and sensations of urgency to have a bowel movement. Drugs such as loperamide (Imodium) that reduce diarrhea improve accidental bowel leakage, but loperamide has disadvantages: it is difficult to find a dose that does not cause constipation, and it does not reduce urge sensations. Eluxadoline is a new drug that is effective for reducing diarrhea, abdominal pain, and urgency in patients with irritable bowel syndrome, and it may be less likely than loperamide to cause severe constipation. Therefore, eluxadoline may help patients manage accidental bowel leakage caused by diarrhea. The chemical name for Viberzi® is eluxadoline. The primary aims of this study are to find out if eluxadoline at a dose of 100 mg orally twice a day will reduce the average number of days the patient has accidental bowel leakage, and to see if the rate of accidental bowel leakage increases when the patient stops taking eluxadoline. Additional goals are to find out if eluxadoline decreases diarrhea and urge sensations. This is a small (pilot) study to show whether eluxadoline is an effective way of treating accidental bowel leakage. If the study shows this, a larger study will be needed. There are three phases to this 12-week study: (1) A two-week run-in period to see if the patient meets the inclusion criteria. (2) Two months for treatment including one month on eluxadoline and one on placebo (sugar pills) twice a day. (3) A two-week follow-up to see what happens when you stop taking eluxadoline. To participate in the study, patients should be aged 18 or older. Patients with inflammatory bowel disease, anal fissures, or congenital malformations will be excluded. The primary outcome is the average number of days per week with any solid or liquid bowel accidents. Additional information includes: (1) Number of days per week the patient takes loperamide, (2) days per week with loose or watery stools, (3) days per week with moderate to strong urge sensations, and (4) questionnaires to measure the severity of accidental bowel leakage, quality of life, anxiety, and depression. There will be up to 38 patients in the study.
NCT03489265 Effects of Eluxadoline (Viberzi®) 100 mg Twice Daily on Diarrhea-Associated Fecal Incontinence Not yet recruiting University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill Phase 2 2018-08-30 Accidental bowel leakage (fecal incontinence) increases in people who have diarrhea and sensations of urgency to have a bowel movement. Drugs such as loperamide (Imodium) that reduce diarrhea improve accidental bowel leakage, but loperamide has disadvantages: it is difficult to find a dose that does not cause constipation, and it does not reduce urge sensations. Eluxadoline is a new drug that is effective for reducing diarrhea, abdominal pain, and urgency in patients with irritable bowel syndrome, and it may be less likely than loperamide to cause severe constipation. Therefore, eluxadoline may help patients manage accidental bowel leakage caused by diarrhea. The chemical name for Viberzi® is eluxadoline. The primary aims of this study are to find out if eluxadoline at a dose of 100 mg orally twice a day will reduce the average number of days the patient has accidental bowel leakage, and to see if the rate of accidental bowel leakage increases when the patient stops taking eluxadoline. Additional goals are to find out if eluxadoline decreases diarrhea and urge sensations. This is a small (pilot) study to show whether eluxadoline is an effective way of treating accidental bowel leakage. If the study shows this, a larger study will be needed. There are three phases to this 12-week study: (1) A two-week run-in period to see if the patient meets the inclusion criteria. (2) Two months for treatment including one month on eluxadoline and one on placebo (sugar pills) twice a day. (3) A two-week follow-up to see what happens when you stop taking eluxadoline. To participate in the study, patients should be aged 18 or older. Patients with inflammatory bowel disease, anal fissures, or congenital malformations will be excluded. The primary outcome is the average number of days per week with any solid or liquid bowel accidents. Additional information includes: (1) Number of days per week the patient takes loperamide, (2) days per week with loose or watery stools, (3) days per week with moderate to strong urge sensations, and (4) questionnaires to measure the severity of accidental bowel leakage, quality of life, anxiety, and depression. There will be up to 38 patients in the study.
NCT04313088 Investigation of Eluxadoline for Diabetic Diarrhea Not yet recruiting Temple University Phase 2/Phase 3 2020-06-01 Diabetes is a chronic disease that affects a large part of the United States population. The majority of patients with diabetes will experience gastrointestinal symptoms. One of the most troublesome gastrointestinal symptoms that diabetes can cause is diarrhea, otherwise known as "Diabetic Diarrhea." This occurs because diabetes does damage to nerves that control the gut and prevent it from functioning normally. Currently, there are only several medications used to treat the symptoms of Diabetic Diarrhea, but many of these medications have serious side effects or do not work well. We are investigating the drug eluxadoline for the treatment of Diabetic Diarrhea. Eluxadoline is a gut-specific medication that is FDA approved to treat diarrhea related to irritable bowel syndrome (IBS-D). Our hypothesis is eluxadoline will safely and successfully reduce diarrhea symptoms (number of stools and less liquid stools) and improve the quality of life in patients with Diabetic Diarrhea when compared with placebo. Each patient with Diabetic Diarrhea who participates will take both eluxadoline and a placebo drug at separate times over a period of several months as part of a crossover study design. While on each medication, eluxadoline or placebo, the participants will keep a diary of symptoms and will be followed by the medical team through a combination of office visits and questionnaires. There will be five planned office visits and intermittent phone calls (questionnaires, surveys) over the 140-day study period. Participants will not be permitted to use any other anti-diarrhea medication during the study period and will continue on medication for management of their diabetes.
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Clinical Trial Conditions for VIBERZI

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Condition Name for VIBERZI
Intervention Trials
Diarrhea 2
Diabetic Diarrhea 1
Diabetes 1
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Condition MeSH

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Intervention Trials
Diarrhea 2
Urinary Incontinence, Urge 1
Fecal Incontinence 1
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Clinical Trial Locations for VIBERZI

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Trials by Country for VIBERZI
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United States 2
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Clinical Trial Progress for VIBERZI

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Clinical Trial Sponsors for VIBERZI

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Allergan 1
Temple University 1
University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill 1
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