There are about 24 clinical studies being (or have been) conducted in Montenegro. 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 primary goal of the VIRIONUM project is to analyze the association of clinical, socio-demographic characteristics of patients and their genetic polymorphism, inflammatory and other biochemical markers with disease progression and death in subjects with COVID-19 disease. The research is an observational, cohort study with nested-case control design, including adult, male and female COVID-19 inpatients. Primary dependent variable will be outcome of disease, defined as discharge from the hospital or death. The outcomes and putative risk factors will be analyzed using binary logistic regressions. The proposed multi- and inter-disciplinary study should provide additional scientific evidence about risk factors for the development of severe forms of the disease and the COVID-19-related death.
Background: Many people think that people with mental disorders might be dangerous or unpredictable. These patients face various sources of disadvantages and experience discrimination on job interviews, in education, and housing. Mental health-related stigma (MHS) occurs not only within the public community, it is a growing issue among professionals as well. Aim: The investigators designed a prospective, observational, multi-centre, international study of 35 European countries to investigate the MHS among medical specialists and trainees in the field of general adult and child and adolescent psychiatry. Methods: An internet-based, anonymous survey will measure the stigmatizing attitude by using the local version of the Opening Minds Stigma Scale for Health Care Providers. Presentation of the Results: The results of the research will be published in an international peer-reviewed journal. Furthermore, the research team will present the results at national and international conferences.
A single-blinded hybrid effectiveness-implementation trial (Type II), that both evaluates the intervention outcomes (clinical and service use outcomes) through patient-randomization in the implementation sites, as well as evaluates the implementation strategy chosen for the intervention and its impact on implementation outcomes (e.g. adoption, fidelity, acceptability and maintenance (continued implementation) of the intervention).
This is a multicentre non-interventional study aimed at evaluating the real-world effectiveness and safety of ocrelizumab treatment in participants with relapsing multiple sclerosis (RMS) or primary progressive multiple sclerosis (PPMS), who have been prescribed ocrelizumab as per routine practice. This study will use a comprehensive combination of participant reported outcomes and conventional multiple sclerosis (MS) endpoints that measure clinical domains commonly affected by MS (e.g. fatigue, hand function, gait, cognition), and their impact on employment, activities of daily living, quality of life and healthcare resource utilization. The incidence, type, and pattern of serious adverse events (SAEs), and of adverse events (AEs) leading to treatment discontinuation will also be determined.
This study will evaluate the efficacy and safety of atezolizumab plus chemotherapy compared with placebo plus chemotherapy in patients with inoperable recurrent triple-negative breast cancer (TNBC).
In patients ≥ 60yrs with acute ST-elevation myocardial infarction randomised within 3 hours of onset of symptoms the efficacy and safety of a strategy of early fibrinolytic treatment with half-dose tenecteplase and additional antiplatelet therapy with a loading dose of 300 mg clopidogrel, aspirin and coupled with antithrombin therapy followed by catheterisation within 6-24 hours or rescue coronary intervention as required, will be compared to a strategy of primary PCI with a P2Y12 antagonist and antithrombin treatment according to local standards.
Among antibiotic-resistant organisms, the Gram-negative bacteria are now the most important challenge because of the rapid worldwide spread of mechanisms conferring resistance to multiple drugs. The most recent and worrying problem is the emergence and spread of carbapenemases. Additionally, carbapenem-resistance is known to be very frequent among Acinetobacter baumannii isolates for many years. Overall, the therapeutic options available against carbapenem-resistant Enterobacteriaceae (CRE) and A. baumannii (CRAB) are very limited. The best available treatment (BAT) against CRE is unknown, which is a challenge for therapeutic decisions and also for the design of randomized trials with new drugs. The generic objectives of EURECA are to obtain high-quality observational data to inform the design of randomized controlled trials for complicated intraabdominal infections, pneumonia, complicated urinary tract infections and bloodstream infections due to Carbapenem-resistant Enterobacteriaceae (CRE) and carbapenem-resistant Acinetobater baumannii, and to provide cohort data that could eventually be used as historical controls for future comparisons with new drugs targeting CRE. This will be achieved by a prospective, multinational cohort study of patients with targeted infections due to CRE and CRAB, and by matched case-control-control studies.
The primary objective of this study was to evaluate the efficacy of roxadustat compared to darbepoetin alfa in the treatment of anemia in nondialysis-dependent chronic kidney disease (NDD CKD) participants.
The purpose of this study is to evaluate the long-term safety, tolerability and efficacy of lacosamide (LCM) in pediatric subjects.
Study to evaluate the efficacy of Lacosamide (LCM) administered in addition to 1 to ≤3 other Anti-Epileptic Drugs in subjects with epilepsy ≥4 years to <17 years of age who currently have uncontrolled partial onset seizures.