There are about 44 clinical studies being (or have been) conducted in Armenia. The country of the clinical trial is determined by the location of where the clinical research is being studied. Most studies are often held in multiple locations & countries.
PRECIOUS Study aims to evaluate the efficacy and safety of therapy with fixed-dose combination (FDC) of perindopril/amlodipine (Amlessa®) and FDC of perindopril/indapamide/amlodipine (Co-Amlessa®) on blood pressure reduction in both previously untreated patients and patients with previous antihypertensive therapy. Adult patients with AH who are treatment-naïve with systolic blood pressure (SBP) from 150 mmHg or higher AND/OR diastolic blood pressure (DBP) from 95 mmHg or higher (SBP ≥ 150 mm AND/OR DBP ≥ 90 mmHg for patients with type 2 diabetes mellitus ) and uncontrolled patients on mono, dual or triple antihypertensive therapy with systolic blood pressure (SBP) from 140 mmHg or higher AND/OR diastolic blood pressure (DBP) from 90 mmHg or higher (SBP ≥ 140 AND/OR DBP ≥ 85 mmHg for patients with type 2 diabetes mellitus) will be invited to participate in this study. During 16-week trial, seven study visits are planned. At first study visit physical examination, medical history, BP measurement, electrocardiogram (ECG), laboratory analysis and of Ambulatory Blood Pressure Measurement (ABPM) will be performed. Based on their previous antihypertensive therapy, patients will receive to treatment with either Amlessa® or Co-Amlessa® for the duration of 16 weeks and blood pressure measurements, laboratory investigations and patient interviews will be performed at study follow-up visits to assess the treatment efficacy (proportion of patients reaching normal office blood pressure after 16 weeks of treatment) and safety.
This study evaluates the efficacy of a fresh fruit extract of Indian Gooseberry (AMX160) for the attenuation of increased blood cholesterol, LDL cholesterol and triglycerides in patients with hypercholesterolemia.
This is a matched-pairs community randomized controlled trial (CRCT) to examine the impact of coalitions promoting smoke-free air policies on individual secondhand smoke exposure (SHSe). This proposal will build the capacity of Georgia (GE) and Armenia (AM) researchers to conduct high-quality mixed methods tobacco research and test the Community Coalition Action Theory (CCAT) as a framework for impacting local community-driven policy change to inform such processes for the region more broadly. Researchers from the GE National Center for Disease Control (NCDC) and AM National Institute of Health (NIH) will collaborate with Emory to execute the proposed research, train tobacco control researchers within their organizations and partnering universities, and train practitioners within local communities to build local coalitions for tobacco control policy. Twenty-eight communities (14 per country) will participate in the population-level tobacco survey at baseline and follow-up. Within each country, 7 communities will be randomized to the intervention condition and 7 to the control condition (14 communities per condition). In the intervention communities, public health center staff will form a coalition by recruiting partner organizations from civil society and other government sectors (e.g., health care, education), conduct situational assessment, and develop and implement action plans to promote the adoption and enforcement of smoke-free policies in worksites and restaurants, settings selected based on general support for smoke-free policies in these settings and the likelihood of impacting population-level SHSe through widespread reach. The GE NCDC and AM NIH will establish subcontracts with the local public health centers in the randomly selected communities to provide funding for local staff to develop local coalitions and to support program activities. The 14 communities assigned as controls will participate in the population-level survey and be provided with a site-specific summary of findings but will not participate in any aspects of the intervention. Additionally, to examine potential contamination in the control communities, a follow-up interview will be conducted with public health center leaders to assess any local coalition or grassroots actions regarding tobacco control that may have naturally occurred or be influenced by coalition activity in other communities.
Phase 2, multi-center, open-label study designed to evaluate the PK, bioavailability, PD, efficacy and safety of a daily subcutaneous [SC] treatment regimen with MarzAA for bleeding prophylaxis in 12 adult subjects with hemophilia A or B with an inhibitor and history of frequent spontaneous bleeding episodes.
QUESTIONS AND OBJECTIVES OF ALL-MB 2015 STUDY 1. Will the new risk group stratification (especially of T-ALL) to improve overall and event-free survival? 2. Will the new protocol is effective and feasible in patients older than 15 years, and especially in young adults? 3. Whether the intermittent dexamethasone administration in induction will result in a decrease in toxicity and mortality without loss of efficacy? 4. Whether the methylprednisolone administration as basic glucocorticoids during induction, consolidation and maintenance therapy will lead to decrease of severe infections and early mortality rate, improve survival and therapy compliance in adolescents and young adults with B-precursor ALL? 5. Whether the administration of Bortezomib in patients with B-precursor ALL with initial WBC≥100,000/µl will improve treatment outcome? 6. Whether the administration of Idarubicin instead Daunorubicin in low-risk T-ALL patients and two-phase induction in intermediate-risk T-ALL patients will reduce relapse rate and improve survival?
A multicenter, phase 3, long-term extension trial of TransCon hGH administered once-weekly in children with growth hormone deficiency (GHD) who previously participated in a phase 3 TransCon hGH trial. Approximately 300 children (males and females) with GHD will be included. All study participants will receive TransCon hGH. This is a global trial that will be conducted in, but not limited to, the United States, Poland, Bulgaria, Ukraine, Armenia, Russia and Australia.
This observational study will examine the safety and efficacy of bedaquiline and delamanid used (individually, not together) in routine, multidrug regimens for treatment of MDR-TB. The information gathered in this study will inform doctors how best to use these TB drugs in the future.
The aim of this study is to assess benefits of treatment with intravenous Curcumin® (CUC-01) vs placebo, in combination with paclitaxel chemotherapy, and to estimate the risk of adverse events in patients with locally advanced and metastatic breast cancer. This is a randomized, double-blind, placebo-controlled, two arms parallel group phase 2 clinical trial: Group A, 75 patients, treatment with Curcumin (CUC-01, yellow solution), 300mg i.v. plus i.v. Paclitaxel (colorless solution) 80 mg /m2 BS i.e., once weekly for 12 weeks. Group B, 75 patients, treatment with Paclitaxel (colorless solution) 80 mg /m2 BS, i.v. plus placebo i.v. solution (250 ml, yellow solution for masking/blinding), once weekly for 12 weeks. Primary objective of the study: To assess: - Efficacy of combined therapy with Curcumin ®, (CUC-01) and Paclitaxel vs Paclitaxel in patients with advanced and metastatic breast cancer in terms of Objective Response Rate (ORR) assessed with the Modified Response Evaluation Criteria In Solid Tumours (RECIST). Secondary objectives of the study: To assess: - The safety of Curcumin+Paclitaxel combination compared to Paclitaxel+placebo treatment by assessment of adverse effects. - Quality of life (QOL) in patient treated with Curcumin+Paclitaxel combination compared to Paclitaxel+Placebo - Response duration in terms of Progression free survival (PFS), Time to Disease Progression (TTP) and Time to treatment failure (TTTF)
This study evaluates the usability of the multilevel pregnancy test among women undergoing medical abortion.
This study evaluates the statistics of influenza and acute respiratory viral infections (ARVI) management in outpatient sites in Russia, Armenia, Moldova and Georgia (epidemiology: disease severity and bacterial exacerbations; patients demography; treatment duration and timelines; safety; quality of treatment) in routine clinical practice with focus on drug therapy and usage of interferons' inducers.