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Project Status:
Completed
Project Description:
The purpose of this study is to allow a blinded comparison of the spirometric and symptomatic efficacy of NVA237 50μg o.d. with that of tiotropium 18μg o.d. and to compare the tolerability / safety profile of the two compounds in patients with moderate to severe COPD (GOLD, 2010).
Project Status:
Ongoing
Project Description:
Based on initial feasibility, this study is planned to be conducted at approximately 700 centers in approximately 25 countries. Each site is planned to recruit an estimated 12-20 patients. 11700 male and female patients will be randomized, whereof 10 to 12 % will be adolescents (from 12 years up and including 17 years). To reach this goal, it is p... [read more]
Project Status:
Completed
Project Description:
The purpose of this study is to provide efficacy and safety data in COPD patients with moderate to severe airflow limitation to support registration of QVA149 in the US. The study is designed to demonstrate that the combination product QVA149 27.5/12.5 μg b.i.d. is superior to the corresponding monotherapy components. Lung function will be the pri... [read more]
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Project Status:
Ongoing
Project Description:
This study will recruit patients worldwide at approximately 265 sites. The target is to randomise 3750 male and female patients. This study starts with an enrolment visit (Visit 1) where informed consent is obtained and inclusion and exclusion criteria are reviewed. At Visit 2 patients will enter a 2-4 week runin period during which all of them ... [read more]
[5]
 
Project Status:
Ongoing
Project Description:
multicenter phase IV interventional study
Project Status:
Ongoing
Project Description:
This study aims to compare treatment with imipenem/relebactam/cilastatin (IMI/REL) as a fixed-dose combination (FDC) with piperacillin/tazobactam (PIP/TAZ) FDC in participants with hospital-acquired and ventilator-associated bacterial pneumonia. The primary hypothesis is that IMI/REL is non-inferior to PIP/TAZ in the incidence rate of all-cause mor... [read more]
Project Status:
Ongoing
Project Description:
Study of efficacy and safety of QAW039 in male and female patients (≥12 years) with severe asthma inadequately controlled with standard of care asthma treatment.
Project Status:
Ongoing
Project Description:
Safety and Efficacy study of QVM149 in asthmatic patients