There are about 36 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.
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.
The study objective was to evaluate the intraocular pressure (IOP) lowering effect of two iStent devices in eyes of subjects with primary open-angle glaucoma, washed out of two anti-glaucoma medications (one a Prostaglandin) prior to stent implantation.
This study objective is to evaluate the intraocular pressure (IOP) lowering effect of two trabecular micro-bypass stents (iStent inject) in eyes of subjects with primary open-angle glaucoma on one topical hypotensive medication
The HS-1000 device, an investigational intracranial monitoring device, has the potential to safely and quickly diagnose and assess stroke (and potentially other neurologic conditions) with minimal discomfort to patients. HS-1000 has the capability to establish cerebral hemodynamic measurements in suspected stroke within minutes, assist with appropriate management of stroke, and also provide an objective diagnostic tool for clinicians to monitor recovery.
The primary goal of this study is to directly compare repeat doses of sublingual and buccal routes of 400 mcg misoprostol following mifepristone for second trimester abortion in order to determine if sublingual route confers an advantage with respect to efficacy and median time to complete abortion.
Nasal High Flow (NHF) and CPAP are established forms of respiratory support in neonates and often produce similar clinical outcomes. It has been shown in adults that NHF produce different effects on ventilation during wakefulness and sleep. There is no physiological data on effects of NHF in neonates. The physiological effects may be impacted by sleep/awake status.
Nasal High Flow (NHF) and CPAP are established forms of respiratory support in neonates and often produce similar clinical outcomes. The aim of the study was to investigate airway pressure during NHF and CPAP in neonates.
This Registry is an investigator-initiated, international, multicenter, observational, prospective study aiming at: i) evaluating non-invasive 24-h ambulatory blood pressure and arterial stiffness estimates (through 24-h pulse wave analysis) in hypertensive subjects; ii) assessing the changes in estimates following treatment; iii) weighing the impact of 24-h pulse wave analysis on target organ damage and cardiovascular prognosis; iv) assessing the relationship between arterial stiffness, blood pressure absolute level and variability, and prognosis. Approximately 2000 subjects, referred to 20 hypertension clinics for routine diagnostic evaluation and follow-up of hypertension, will be recruited. Data collection will include ambulatory blood pressure monitoring, performed with a device allowing simultaneous non-invasive assessment of blood pressure and arterial stiffness, and clinical data (including cardiovascular outcomes). A web-based telemedicine platform will be used for data collection. Subjects will visit the centers at 6-12 month intervals. First follow-up results are expected to be available in the next 2-years. The results of the Registry will help defining the normalcy thresholds for current and future indices derived from 24-h pulse wave velocity, according to outcome data. They will also provide supporting evidence for the inclusion of such evaluation in recommendations on hypertension management.