There are about 70 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.
Phototherapy is the most frequently used treatment in neonatology when serum bilirubin levels exceed physiological limits. Light-emitting diodes (LEDs) are become routinely used for phototherapy in neonates with hyperbilirubinemia. Blue LED light with peak emission around 460 nm is regarded as the most suitable light sources for phototherapy and they recommended by most neonatal guidelines. However, the effectiveness of phototherapy with narrow-band LED light sources can be increased by expanding the spectral range of incident radiation within the absorption of bilirubin due to the strongly marked heterogeneity absorption properties of bilirubin in a different microenvironment. Longer wavelength light, such as green light, is expected to penetrate the infant's skin deeper. It is still controversial whether the use of green light has any advantage over blue light. The most effective and safest light source and the optimal method to evaluate phototherapy, however, remain unknown.The aim of this study was to compare, at equal light irradiance, the clinical efficacy of broad spectrum blue- green LED with blue narrow spectral band phototherapy device.
This is an Open-label, Non-Randomized, Multi-center Phase 2 study of YH001 in Combination with Toripalimab，The study is designed to determine the safety ，tolerability and antitumor activity of YH001 in combination with Toripalimab in subjects with advanced NSCLC and HCC.
The primary purpose of this study is to assess the safety of the long-term treatment with RPH-104 at doses 80 mg or 160 mg once every 2 weeks in a population of patients with colchicine resistant or colchicine intolerant familial Mediterranean fever (FMF) who completed the core study, during which they received at least one dose of RPH-104. Long-term efficacy of RPH-104, the immunogenicity of the RPH-104, the pharmacokinetics of the RPH-104 and quality of life change in the population of patients receiving long-term treatment with RPH-104 will be assessed as well.
The purpose of this study is to prolong observational follow-up up to 36 months of patients already implanted with a novel interposition supraciliary implant.
The purpose of this study is to assess the efficacy and safety of Anusol topical ointment for the relief of internal and external haemorrhoid symptoms in people with Grades I-III haemorrhoids compared to a placebo (the study medication without the active ingredients) and a benchmark product.
This is a single-center randomized controlled trial of a new medical device (Bocaliner™) that has been designed to improve the treatment of chemotherapy-induced oral mucositis in patients undergoing cancer treatment. The goal of this study is to determine tolerance and response to the use of Bocaliner™ as reported by patients with chemotherapy and/or radiation therapy-induced oral mucositis.
The primary purpose of this study is to assess the efficacy and safety profiles of investigational product RPH-104 (R-Pharm Overseas, Inc., USA) for treatment of Familial Mediterranean Fever (FMF) in adult patients resistant/intolerant to colchicine (crFMF). Pharmacokinetic and pharmacodynamic parameters of RPH-104 single or multiple doses in this patient population will be assessed as well.
Nasal continuous positive airway pressure (CPAP) and Nasal High Flow (NHF) therapy are two primary therapies for the treatment of respiratory distress in newborns. However, a considerable number of infants, who are initially treated with CPAP and NHF, will develop worsening respiratory failure and eventually require intubation for mechanical ventilation and the administration of surfactant. Infants who fail noninvasive respiratory therapy may suffer the consequences of delayed intubation, surfactant administration and other adverse outcomes. The most challenging decisions in the management of respiratory distress after birth is to decide when to move from a noninvasive respiratory support to invasive mechanical ventilation and give surfactant to decrease pulmonary damage and improve outcomes. There are no clinically adequate predictors of early CPAP failure at the time of admission to the neonatal intensive care unit. Many measurements have been investigated for their ability to predict CPAP failure in infants such as fraction of inspired oxygen (FiO2), partial pressure of oxygen (PaO2), PaO2/FiO2 and the stable micro bubble test as soon as possible after birth. Roca and colleagues first established the ROX index to predict the success of NHF therapy in adults with pneumonia. The ROX index combines three common measurements: FiO2, peripheral oxygen saturation (SpO2) and respiratory rate. Combining the ROX values with the change in the respiratory rate and FiO2 can indicate whether escalation is required. It was proposed that XY plot of the key components of ROX may show the direction of changes in vector form. The investigators hypothesized that the ROX index and ROX vector can be used for predicting the failure of CPAP and NHF in neonates.
This Phase 3 trial is an open-label, randomized study with single-agent Balstilimab (BAL) or Investigator Choice (IC) chemotherapy (single-agent gemcitabine, irinotecan, pemetrexed, vinorelbine, or topotecan) in patients with recurrent, persistent, or metastatic cervical cancer who have progressed after receiving platinum based chemotherapy.
This study will evaluate the relative bioavailability of ginsenosides Rg5, Rk1, and Ck of Red ginseng HRG80 preparations containing gamma-cyclodextrin (GCD) in the blood plasma of healthy subjects after oral administration of two different formulations of HRG80: A. Capsules containing red ginseng preparation HRG80 (reference product) B. Chewable tablets containing red ginseng preparation HRG80 and GCD (modified product). Dissolution testing measures the rate and extend water solubility of ginsenosides from the reference (A) and the modified (B) products. The difference of in vitro dissolution profiles between the reference (A) and modified (B) products will be assessed.