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The purpose of the study was to understand the effect of PF-07081532 on the movement of Dabigatran and Rosuvastatin into, though, and out of the body in healthy overweight or obese adult participants. This study also aims to collect data on safety and how tolerable the study medicine is. The study is seeking for participants who are: - Male or female who are 18 years of age or older. - Healthy but are overweight or obese. Participants will receive dabigatran and rosuvastatin as single doses by mouth 3 times during the study. The amount of the study medicine PF-07081532 will be adjusted over time until any interactions are seen. PF-07081532 is taken daily by mouth in 8 Study Periods while admitted into the study clinic over 53 days. Once discharged from the study clinic, participants will have a follow-up visit 7 to 10 days post last dose of study medicine. Then another follow-up via telephone contact, 28 to 35 days post last dose of study medicine.
Evaluation of coagulation results reported by the Qplus Quantra System to determine pediatric reference range intervals.
This is a Phase 1, randomized, double-blind, placebo-controlled, single ascending dose (SAD), multiple ascending dose (MAD), of orally administered NEU-723 in healthy subjects.
The purpose of this study is to demonstrate the tolerance of a baby wash/shampoo alone and the tolerance of a regimen of a baby wash/shampoo and baby lotion in a newborn population.
This research study will compare the effect of test product #1 (containing a probiotic with the Galacto-OligoSaccharides fiber. GOS) and test product #2 (containing a probiotic without the GOS fiber) to understand how they can contribute to healthy digestion in toddlers between the age of 24 - 36 months. The hypothesis is that L. reuteri from TEST#1 will demonstrate an improved survival in the GIT of toddlers compared to that of TEST#2. This study is a single-centre, randomized, double-blind, comparator-controlled, parallel group study. The study will be conducted at the Clinical Innovation Lab (CIL) at Nestlé Research.
Currently, the guidelines for performing the 6MWT established by the American Thoracic Society and the European Respiratory Society (ATS/ERS) recommend the use of an indoor or outdoor corridor with a 30 m flat surface (6MWT30) for patients with respiratory diseases, which is also a recommendation for healthy adults. However, not all hospitals, nursing homes or clinics have a corridor of sufficient length to properly perform the 6MWT. A simple way to make the test available to more health care professionals would be to reduce the length of the hallway. In times when access to the hospital is difficult, the ability to assess functional abilities at a distance becomes essential. Today, this is becoming possible with tools such as connected watches, accelerometers, connected shoes and insoles. They give access to a quantitative analysis of walking without necessarily requiring large spaces, specialized personnel or even being in a hospital environment. The FeetMe® Evaluation device consists of connected insoles as well as a mobile application allowing the evaluation of standard clinical walking tests. This device allows a better understanding of patients' walking and is transposable in real life. The objective of the present study is to demonstrate the validity and reliability of the measurement of the distance walked during a 6-minute test with connected insoles in standard conditions (6MW30), degraded conditions (6MW10) in a clinic and at home in a healthy population divided into age subgroups. In addition, this study will investigate whether there is a relationship between 6 minutes of uncontrolled walking from real-life walking data and a standard 6-minute test.
The purpose of the study is to evaluate the safety and tolerability of: single ascending dose (SAD) and multiple ascending dose (MAD) administration of JNJ-64457744, administered to healthy adult participants (Part 1 and Part 3), including a cohort of Asian participants (Part 1); and after single dose administration of JNJ-64457744 to chronic hepatitis B (CHB) participants who are virologically suppressed on nucleos(t)ide analog (NA) treatment (tenofovir disoproxil fumarate [TDF], tenofovir alafenamide [TAF], or entecavir [ETV]) (Part 2).
HF1K16 is an investigational pegylated liposome formulation of tretinoin for injection for the induction of remission in patients with acute promyelocytic leukemia (APL) and for the treatment of solid tumors through targeting myeloid derived suppressor cells (MDSCs). This phase 1 Trial is a Randomized, Double-Blind, Placebo-Controlled Study in Healthy Subjects to Evaluate the Safety, Tolerability and Pharmacokinetics of HF1K16.
The main objective of the study is to determine the ability of the C-Scan system to identify subjects who are at elevated risk for colon polyps. This will be evaluated by comparing the C-Scan data to colonoscopy data. The C-Scan procedure is therefore performed before the colonoscopy procedure, in order to compare these tests and evaluate the C-Scan system's effectiveness. During the C-scan procedure, Subjects will be asked to come for an appointment in a clinic, during this appointment, the C-Scan Track will be placed on the participant's back. The participant will then be asked to swallow the C-Scan capsule whereafter they are free to continue their routine. Participants will start intake of fiber pills 5 days, and contrast agent 48 hours prior to C-Scan capsule ingestion and will continue intake up to the capsule's natural excretion. A standard colonoscopy procedure will be performed within 60 days following C-Scan Cap ingestion.
This study will evaluate the effects of single ascending doses (SAD) and multiple ascending doses (MAD) of ALXN1830 administered subcutaneously (SC) to healthy adult participants.