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This is a controlled trial to evaluate the efficacy of an Sequential Contraction Compression Device (SCCD) on the symptomatology of Painful Diabetic Neuropathy. Subjects will be divided into a control group where they will be monitored while continuing with their current treatment regimen and into a treatment group where they will continue with their current regimen and have SCCD therapy added. Subjects will be evaluated for Subjective Pain levels, quality of life, breakthrough drug use, sleep levels, and objectively with a Quantitative Sensory Testing device. The trial duration is 30 days.
The purpose of this study is to evaluate safety and efficacy of EMA401 compared to placebo in patients with painful diabetic neuropathy (PDN).
This post-market study is being conducted to document comparative safety, clinical effectiveness, and cost-effectiveness of the addition of HF10™ therapy to CMM compared with CMM alone in subjects with chronic, intractable, neuropathic lower limb pain due to diabetic neuropathy (Painful Diabetic Neuropathy or PDN). This study is a multi-center, prospective, randomized comparison of the two treatments.
The aim of the study is to collect preliminary information on the effect of low doses of trazodone on pain intensity in patients with painful diabetic neuropathy and to evaluate the neuropathic pain symptoms, anxiety, sleep, quality of life, safety and tolerability.
Objective: To investigate the effects of a cognitive behavioural intervention targeting specific fears in patients with painful diabetic neuropathy, on physical activity and quality of life.
The study will include three (3) phases: Screening Phase, Treatment Phase, and Follow-up Phase. Subjects who qualify to participate will apply study drug to their feet three times daily and will record their daily pain scores using an interactive voice response system (IVRS) during the Treatment Phase for 12 weeks. Approximately 100 adult subjects will be randomized to receive Clonidine Gel or Clonidine Gel Comparator.
The purpose of this study is to determine the safety and efficacy of bilateral intramuscular injections of VM202 versus placebo in the treatment of painful diabetic neuropathy. A total of 477 subjects will be randomized in a 2:1 ratio to one of two treatment groups: Treatment - VM202 - 318 subjects Control - Placebo (VM202 vehicle) - 159 subjects Randomization will be stratified by current use of gabapentin and/or pregabalin.
Study CLO-311 is a multicenter, open-label, single-arm study to assess the long-term use of Clonidine Gel in the treatment of pain associated with PDN. Subjects who have completed their 12-week participation in Study CLO-290 or Study CLO-310 are eligible to rollover into this study and receive active study drug in an open-label manner.
The purpose of the study is to determine whether clonidine gel is an effective treatment for reducing the pain associated with painful diabetic neuropathy.
Diabetic peripheral neuropathy (DPN) represents a diffuse symmetric and length-dependent injury to peripheral nerves that has major implications on quality of life (QOL), morbidity, and costs from a public health perspective. Painful diabetic neuropathy affects 16% of patients with diabetes. Pharmacological agents used in the management of painful DPN mainly include tricyclic antidepressants, selective serotonin and norepinephrine reuptake inhibitors, opioids, and anti epileptic drugs. However, only two drugs (duloxetine and pregabalin) have been formally approved by the EMEA and the US FDA for the treatment of painful DPN. Generally, the available treatment options do not give total relief, are not effective in all patients, and only about one-third of patients may achieve more than 50% pain relief. Hence newer therapies are required for the treatment of DPN. This is randomized, double-blind, placebo-controlled, parallel group study. The study will include patients with type 1 or type 2 diabetes mellitus with history of pain attributed to DPN for least 6 months and no greater than 5 years. Patients will be recruited after providing written informed consent.