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Pitch Ointment: Applications in Scar and Wound Management.

There is a high incidence of household knife-related injuries requiring emergency department treatment in the U.S. The Pitch Ointment, a named formula developed by a compounding pharmacist, was used separately by two patients who suffered a knife injury in a finger and a foot. This formula combines Pinene (L-Alpha) 0.5% and Canada Balsam 5% in PracaSil-Plus, special ingredients with applications in scar and wound healing. The patients' level of satisfaction with the Pitch Ointment was very high since all 4 ...

Efficacy, safety, and cost-effectiveness of all-trans retinoic acid/Clobetasol Propionate Compound Ointment in the treatment of mild to moderate psoriasis vulgaris: A randomized, single-blind, multicenter clinical trial.

To assess the efficacy, safety, and cost-effectiveness of all-trans retinoic acid/Clobetasol Propionate Compound Ointment and calcipotriol/betamethasone dipropionate ointment in the treatment of mild-to-moderate patients with psoriasis vulgaris. This was a randomized, single-blind, multicenter clinical trial. A total of 240 patients were randomized to receive twice-daily all-trans retinoic acid/Clobetasol Propionate Compound Ointment (treatment group) or once-daily calcipotriol/betamethasone dipropionate oi...

Differentiating factors in treatment-free remission trials: impact of study design on results and clinical applications.

For patients with chronic myeloid leukemia in chronic phase with sustained deep molecular responses on long-term tyrosine kinase inhibitor (TKI) therapy, treatment-free remission (TFR) feasibility has been established. TFR is now a treatment goal for patients meeting specific criteria; NCCN Clinical Practice Guidelines in Oncology (NCCN Guidelines) for CML have developed criteria for attempting TFR outside clinical trials, and TFR was added to the US Food and Drug Administration-approved nilotinib label. Im...

Inhibitory effect of timolol on topical glucocorticoid‑induced skin telangiectasia.

The aim of the present study wasto investigate the potential inhibitory effect of timolol on topical glucocorticoid‑induced skin telangiectasia. In rabbits, flumethasone ointment was used to induce skin telangiectasia in the inner ear. Subsequently, timolol maleate (0.5%) eye drops (TMEDs) were administered twice daily for 4 weeks. Expression of the antibacterial peptides 37‑amino acid peptide (LL‑37) and kallikrein‑5 (KLK5) was detected using quantitative polymerase chain reaction (PCR) and semi...

Sphincter-sparing treatment of anal fissure.

Surgical treatment of the anal fissure is associated with unreasonably high risks of delayed development of fecal incontinence to gas or liquid stool. Standardized sphincter-preserving therapy, based on the pharmacological reduction of increased internal anal sphincter tone (chemical sphincterotomy) allows to improve significantly the results of the non-surgical approach of treating one of the most common pathology in proctological practice. Our work presents a retrospective analysis of the treatment of 295...

Probable contact urticaria caused by tacrolimus-containing ointment in the treatment of atopic dermatitis.

Nitroglycerin Ointment for Reducing the Rate of Mastectomy Flap Necrosis in Immediate Implant Based Breast Reconstruction.

Mastectomy flap necrosis (MFN) remains a challenging complication in immediate tissue expander breast reconstruction (ITEBR). Nitroglycerin ointment has been shown to reduce the incidence of MFN in a randomized controlled study, using 45g per breast and treating one side only in bilateral cases. This study was conducted to determine the efficacy of 15g of nitroglycerin ointment per breast - therefore permitting application to both breasts in cases of bilateral mastectomy.

Viral load testing and the use of test results for clinical decision making for HIV treatment in Cameroon: An insight into the clinic-laboratory interface.

The viral load (VL) in patients receiving antiretroviral therapy (ART) is the best predictor of treatment outcome. The anticipated benefits of VL monitoring depend on the actual uptake of VL test results for clinical decisions. The objective of this study was to assess the uptake and utilization of VL test results for clinical decisions on HIV treatment in Cameroon, from 2013 to 2017.

Immunogenicity to cerliponase alfa intracerebroventricular enzyme replacement therapy for CLN2 disease: Results from a Phase 1/2 study.

Treatment with intracerebroventricular (ICV)-delivered cerliponase alfa enzyme replacement therapy (ERT) in a Phase 1/2 study of 24 subjects with CLN2 disease resulted in a meaningful preservation of motor and language (ML) function and was well tolerated. Treatment was associated with anti-drug antibody (ADA) production in the cerebrospinal fluid (CSF) of 6/24 (25%) and in the serum of 19/24 (79%) of clinical trial subjects, respectively, over a mean exposure of 96.4 weeks (range 0.1-129 weeks). Neutra...

A comparison between phase-III trials and a phase-IV study of nalmefene in alcohol use disorder patients. Is there a difference?

Concerns regarding the external validity of phase-III trials are common to many medical disciplines, with relevant discrepancies found between experimental and clinical samples in some diseases such as hypertension. The aim of this study was to compare the samples included in the pivotal, phase-III clinical trials of nalmefene with that of a recently conducted phase-IV trial. Baseline characteristics of the studies were compared through univariate analysis. Significant differences were found in the percenta...

A study on the dynamics of temporary HIV treatment to assess the controversial outcomes of clinical trials: An in-silico approach.

It is still unclear under which conditions temporary combined antiretroviral therapy (cART) results in a prolonged remission after interruption. Clinical trials have contradicting reposts about the effect of cART during primary HIV infection on the disease progression. Here we propose that the apparent contradiction is due the presence of a window of opportunity for cART treatment observed in the in silico studies. We study non-linear correlations in the HIV dynamics over time using information theory. This...

Biomarkers as predictive tools to test the anti-sarcoptic mange activity of propolis in naturally infested rabbits.

This study was designed to investigate the use of specific biomarkers, such as albumin, serum total protein, aspartate amino transferase (AST), globulin, alanine amino transferase (ALT), serum cortisol and alkaline phosphatase (ALP), as predictive tools for sarcoptic mange in rabbits. A total of 30 infested rabbits were equally divided into three treatment groups. Each group was administered either propolis, ivermectin, or propolis with ivermectin. Treated rabbit results were then compared to those of 10 in...

A Phase 1, Multiple-Dose Study of Vedolizumab in Japanese Patients With Ulcerative Colitis.

Although previous studies have shown that patients with ulcerative colitis may benefit from treatment with vedolizumab, a humanized monoclonal antibody targeting the α β integrin heterodimer, no data exist in Japanese populations. The aim of this phase 1, open-label, multicenter study was to assess the pharmacokinetics, pharmacodynamics, efficacy, and safety of vedolizumab in Japanese patients with ulcerative colitis. Adult patients with confirmed ulcerative colitis received either 150 mg (step 1) or 300...

A Comparative Split-Face Trial of Plant-Based Hypoallergenic Ointment vs Petroleum-Based Ointment Following Fractionated Carbon Dioxide Laser Resurfacing of the Face

Purpose: Fractionated carbon dioxide (CO2) laser resurfacing uses fractional photothermolysis with an ablative 10,600-nm wavelength for treatment of rhytides and photodamage. Although associated with reduced side effect profile from traditional ablative lasers, fractionated lasers can lead to significant erythema, edema, crusting, and exudation for 14 days. Post-care includes regular distilled water soaks and healing ointment. This study evaluated efficacy and patient satisfaction of a novel plant-based hyp...

Quantitative decision-making in randomized Phase II studies with a time-to-event endpoint.

One of the most critical decision points in clinical development is Go/No-Go decision-making after a proof-of-concept study. Traditional decision-making relies on a formal hypothesis testing with control of type I and type II error rates, which is limited by assessing the strength of efficacy evidence in a small isolated trial. In this article, we propose a quantitative Bayesian/frequentist decision framework for Go/No-Go criteria and sample size evaluation in Phase II randomized studies with a time-to-even...

Pharmacokinetics of Fentanyl Sublingual Spray in Opioid-Naïve Participants: Results of a Phase 1, Multiple Ascending Dose Study.

Fentanyl sublingual spray may be a viable alternative to intravenous (IV) opioids for the treatment of acute pain. As patients with acute pain may include those who have limited prior exposure to opioids, this phase 1, open-label, randomized, multiple ascending-dose study was conducted to assess the pharmacokinetics, pharmacodynamics, safety, and tolerability of multiple doses of fentanyl sublingual spray in opioid-naïve participants. This article primarily reports the pharmacokinetics results.

Phase I and phase II clinical trials for the treatment of male sexual dysfunction - A systematic review of the literature.

Introduction - The prevalence of sexual dysfunctions has increased over the last decades; despite a number of available treatments for erectile dysfunction (ED), premature ejaculation (PE) and Peyronie's disease (PD), still several unmet therapeutic needs deserve to be fulfilled. The aim of this review is to detail on phase I and II clinical trials investigating novel medical treatments for ED, PE and PD. Areas covered - We conducted a systematic review of the literature including both published and on-goin...

Evaluation of the bag-mediated filtration system as a novel tool for poliovirus environmental surveillance: Results from a comparative field study in Pakistan.

Poliovirus (PV) environmental surveillance (ES) plays an important role in the global eradication program and is crucial for monitoring silent PV circulation especially as clinical cases decrease. This study compared ES results using the novel bag-mediated filtration system (BMFS) with the current two-phase separation method. From February to November 2016, BMFS and two-phase samples were collected concurrently from twelve sites in Pakistan (n = 117). Detection was higher in BMFS than two-phase samples for ...

Phase Ib/II Study of Capmatinib (INC280) Plus Gefitinib After Failure of Endothelial Growth Factor Receptor (EGFR) Inhibitor Therapy in Patients With EGFR-Mutated, MET Factor-Dysregulated Non-Small-Cell Lung Cancer.

Purpose Mesenchymal-epithelial transition factor (MET) dysregulation occurs in up to 26% of non-small-cell lung cancers (NSCLCs) after epidermal growth factor receptor (EGFR)-tyrosine kinase inhibitor (TKI) treatment. Capmatinib (INC280) is a potent and selective MET inhibitor with preclinical activity in combination with gefitinib in EGFR-mutant, MET-amplified/overexpressing models of acquired EGFR-TKI resistance. This phase Ib/II study investigated the safety and efficacy of capmatinib plus gefitinib in p...

Clinical factors predicting treatment resistant depression: affirmative results from the European multicenter study.

Clinical variables were investigated in the 'treatment resistant depression (TRD)- III' sample to replicate earlier findings by the European research consortium 'Group for the Study of Resistant Depression' (GSRD) and enable cross-sample prediction of treatment outcome in TRD.

Clinical Improvements in Very Dry Skin from a Natural Ingredient-Based Moisturizing Cream Compared With a Leading Colloidal Oatmeal Control.

The objective of this 6-week clinical study was to demonstrate the effectiveness of a natural ingredient-based moisturizing cream versus a colloidal oatmeal moisturizing cream in improving the hydration, barrier function, appearance, and feel of dry leg skin. Thirty-two subjects completed the study. After a 5-day washout, subjects used the natural ingredient-based moisturizing cream and oatmeal-containing cream on randomly-assigned legs twice a day for a period of three weeks. For the following two weeks su...

Understanding and Communicating Measures of Treatment Effect on Survival: Can We Do Better?

Time-to-event end points are the most frequent primary end points in phase III oncology trials, both in the adjuvant and advanced settings. The evaluation of these end points is important to inform clinical practice. However, although different measures can be used to describe the effect of treatment on these end points, we believe that any treatment benefit in a given trial is best reported using various absolute and relative measures. Our goal is to help clinicians understand the strengths and limitations...

A study of 1088 consecutive cases of electrolyte abnormalities in oncology phase I trials.

The incidence and clinical significance of electrolyte abnormalities (EAs) in phase I clinical trials are unknown. The objective of this study is to evaluate the incidence and severity of EAs, graded according to CTCAE, v4.03, to identify variables associated with EAs and their prognostic significance in a phase I population.

Patient-reported outcomes in patients with relapsing forms of MS switching to teriflunomide from other disease-modifying therapies: Results from the global Phase 4 Teri-PRO study in routine clinical practice.

Patient-reported outcomes (PROs) can assist clinicians in understanding the impact of disease-modifying therapy (DMT) on the daily lives of patients with multiple sclerosis (MS). With an increased number of DMTs becoming available, patients are now switching treatments more frequently in clinical practice. The effects of switching DMTs on a patient's daily life and their disease course may be reflected in PROs. The global, multicenter, open-label, phase 4 Teri-PRO study (NCT01895335), which was conducted in...

Choroideremia Gene Therapy Phase 2 Clinical Trial: 24-Month Results.

To report the final results of a phase 2 high-dose gene therapy clinical trial in choroideremia.

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