There are about 1627 clinical studies being (or have been) conducted in New Zealand. 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.
This is a Phase 1, randomized, double-blind, placebo-controlled, single dose-escalation first-in human study to evaluate the safety, tolerability, PK, PD and immunogenicity of AK111 in healthy subjects following SC administration. The study will consist of cohorts of healthy subjects. Cohort 1, four unique subjects will be randomized to receive either active AK111 (N=3) or matching placebo (N=1). Cohorts 2, 3, 4 and 5, eight unique subjects will be randomized to receive either active AK111 (N=6) or matching placebo (N=2). Approximately 36 subjects will be treated in this study.
The purpose of this study is to investigate the experimental medication BMS-986165 compared to placebo and a currently available treatment in participants with moderate to severe plaque psoriasis.
The proposed study is designed to characterize the safety and efficacy of a new extravascular implantable cardioverter defibrillator (ICD) system in humans.
The objective of this study is to assess the efficacy and safety of upadacitinib for the treatment of adolescent and adult participants with moderate to severe AD who are candidates for systemic therapy.
The purpose of this study is to assess the safety and reactogenicity of an intramuscular regimen of 3 doses of 2.5*10^10 viral particles (vp) of adenovirus serotype 26 based respiratory syncytial virus pre-fusion protein (Ad26.RSV.preF) vaccine in RSV-seronegative toddlers aged 12 to 24 months.
The purpose of this study is to assess the safety and tolerability of multiple doses of a human monoclonal antibody (BAY1093884) given under the skin in subjects with hemophilia A or B. This antibody is intended to protect from bleeds by inhibiting a substance (Tissue Factor Pathway Inhibitor, TFPI) that reduces the ability of the body to form blood clots.
A Ten Sequence, Open Label, Randomized Crossover Study Comparing Nicotine Pharmacokinetics of JUUL 1.7% and JUUL 5% Nicotine Salt Based ENDS Products, in Healthy Adult Smokers.
SM04646-IPF-03 is a Phase 2a, multi-center, open-label study evaluating the safety and efficacy of a single inhaled, nebulized dose of SM04646 solution over a 12-week treatment regimen in subjects with mild to moderate IPF. A total of approximately 24 subjects will be enrolled in the study (approximately 12 subjects into the "non-bronchoalveolar lavage [BAL]" arm and approximately 12 subjects into the "BAL" arm). Subjects that currently do not require, have failed to tolerate, or have opted not to have treatment with pirfenidone or nintedanib will have the option of participation in the "BAL" arm or participation in the "non-BAL" arm. Subjects currently receiving treatment with pirfenidone or nintedanib must be on stable treatment for a minimum of 12 weeks prior to the Screening Visit. Subjects currently on treatment with pirfenidone or nintedanib may participate in the "non-BAL" arm only. Eligible subjects will participate in a treatment period of 12 weeks and a follow-up period of 12 weeks. The treatment dosing pattern will follow a 2 weeks on, 2 weeks off regimen, wherein subjects will dose 5 consecutive days of each 7 day "on" week.
The PROTECT-ICD trial is a physician-led, multi-centre randomised controlled trial targeting prevention of sudden cardiac death in patients who have poor cardiac function following a myocardial infarct (MI). The trial aims to assess the role of electrophysiology study (EPS) in guiding implantable cardioverter-defibrillator (ICD) implantation, in patients early following MI (first 40 days). The secondary aim is to assess the utility of cardiac MRI (CMR) in analysing cardiac function and viability as well as predicting inducible and spontaneous ventricular tachyarrhythmia when performed early post MI. Following a MI patients are at high risk of sudden cardiac death (SCD). The risk is highest in the first 40 days; however, current guidelines exclude patients from receiving an ICD during this time. This limitation is based largely on a single study, The Defibrillator in Acute Myocardial Infarction Trial (DINAMIT), which failed to demonstrate a benefit of early ICD implantation. However, this study was underpowered and used non-invasive tests to identify patients at high risk. EPS identifies patients with the substrate for re-entrant tachyarrhythmia, and has been found in multiple studies to predict patients at risk of SCD. Contrast-enhanced CMR is a non-invasive test without radiation exposure which can be used to assess left ventricular function. In addition, it provides information on myocardial viability, scar size and tissue heterogeneity. It has an emerging role as a predictor of mortality and spontaneous ventricular arrhythmia in patients with a previous MI. A total of 1,058 patients who are at high risk of SCD based on poor cardiac function (left ventricular ejection fraction (LVEF) ≤40%) following a ST-elevation or non-STE myocardial infarct will be enrolled in the trial. Patients will be randomised 1:1 to either the intervention or control arm. In the intervention arm all patients undergo early EPS. Patients with a positive study (inducible ventricular tachycardia cycle length ≥200ms) receive an ICD, while patients with a negative study (inducible ventricular fibrillation or no inducible VT) are discharged without an ICD, regardless of the LVEF. In the control arm patients are treated according to standard local practice. This involves early discharge and repeat assessment of cardiac function after 40 days or after 90 days following revascularisation (PCI or CABG). ICD implantation after 40 days according to current guidelines (LVEF≤30%, or ≤35% with New York Heart Association (NYHA) class II/III symptoms) could be considered, if part of local standard practice, however the ICD is not funded by the trial. A proportion of trial patients from both the intervention and control arms at >48 hours following MI will undergo CMR to enable correlation with (1) inducible VT at EPS and (2) SCD and non-fatal arrhythmia on follow up. It will be used to simultaneously assess left ventricular function, ventricular strain, myocardial infarction size, and peri-infarction injury. The size of the infarct core, infarct gray zone (as a measure of tissue heterogeneity) and total infarct size will be quantified for each patient. All patients will be followed for 2 years with a combined primary endpoint of non-fatal arrhythmia and SCD. Non-fatal arrhythmia includes resuscitated cardiac arrest, sustained ventricular tachycardia (VT) and ventricular fibrillation (VF) in participants without an ICD. Secondary endpoints will include all-cause mortality, non-sudden cardiovascular death, non-fatal repeat MI, heart failure and inappropriate ICD denial. Secondary endpoints for CMR correlation will include (1) the presence or absence of inducible VT at EP study, and (2) combined endpoint of appropriate ICD activation or SCD at follow up. It is anticipated that the intervention arm will reduce the primary endpoint as a result of prevention of a) early sudden cardiac deaths/cardiac arrest, and b) sudden cardiac death/cardiac arrest in patients with a LVEF of 31-40%. It is expected that the 2-year primary endpoint rate will be reduced from 6.7% in the control arm to 2.8% in the intervention arm with a relative risk reduction (RRR) of 68%. A two-group chi-squared test with a 0.05 two-sided significance level will have 80% power to detect the difference between a Group 1 proportion of 0.028 experiencing the primary endpoint and a Group 2 proportion of 0.067 experiencing the primary endpoint when the sample size in each group is 470. Assuming 1% crossover and 10% loss to follow up the required sample size is 1,058 (n=529 patients per arm). To test the hypothesis that tissue heterogeneity at CMR predicts both inducible and spontaneous ventricular tachyarrhythmias will require a sample size of 400 patients to undergo CMR. It is anticipated that the use of EPS will select a group of patients who will benefit from an ICD soon after a MI. This has the potential to change clinical guidelines and save a large number of lives.
This is a clinical evaluation to assess the safety and performance of the Zenflow Spring System when used as intended to relieve symptoms of obstructive Benign Prostatic Hyperplasia (BPH).