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The primary purpose of this study is to assess the safety and efficacy of interferon-gamma by subcutaneous injection in complex treatment of patients with co-infection of HIV and pulmonary tuberculosis and to determine the rational of its use.

Clinical Trial Description

Study will evaluate safety and efficacy of the investigational medical product (IMP) - interferon-gamma - in participants with HIV-infection and pulmonary tuberculosis. Interferon-gamma (immune interferon) is an important anti-inflammatory cytokine produced by NK-cells, CD4 Th1 cells and CD8 cytotoxic supressor cells. Interferon-gamma blocks viral replication, viral proteins synthesis and assembly of mature viral particles. Causes cytotoxic effects on the cells infected by intracellular pathogens. Possess a bright immunomoduling action. Thus, the use of interferon-gamma is patogenetically rational in patients co-infected with tuberculosis and HIV. The aim of interferon-gamma use is to achieve a viral replication control, support CD4 level and help abacillation process. In this randomised, controlled safety and efficacy study interferon gamma will be administered in a daily dose of 500,000 IU daily or every other day. The treatment regimen in this study will also include a basic antituberculosis therapy. The available clinical data do not suggest a risk for serious adverse events (SAEs) from the IMP used in chosen doses. The study will screen HIV-infected participants 18-50 years old with pulmonary tuberculosis. Participants who provide informed consent and meet study entry criteria will be randomised into 1 of 3 parallel treatment groups. The study will last 30 days, during which participants will receive IMP in various regimens according to the group. ;

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NCT number NCT05065905
Study type Interventional
Source SPP Pharmaclon Ltd.
Status Completed
Phase Phase 1/Phase 2
Start date January 19, 2006
Completion date April 6, 2006

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