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The objective of this study is to evaluate the efficacy and safety of GW05 administered in 3 regimens versus metronidazole 0.75% for the treatment of bacterial vaginosis.
This purpose of this study will be to conduct a double-blind, randomized, controlled clinical trial to determine the association between intravaginal high dose metronidazole (750mg), intravaginal high dose metronidazole combined with an antifungal agent(750mg metronidazole + 200mg miconazole) and low dose (37.5mg) intravaginal metronidazole, with the rate of persistent bacterial vaginosis.
This is a phase II multicenter randomized open-label clinical study that will determine whether treatment with Lactofiltrum (orally administered tablets) in combination with antibiotic therapy (metronidazole) is effective in women with bacterial vaginosis. Lactofiltrum is a composite drug that includes enterosorbent lignin and prebiotic Lactulose. It's supposed that supplement of Lactofiltrum to a standard therapy of bacterial vaginosis (metronidazole administered orally) impro...
We are trying to determine if longer duration of therapy with metronidazole or combination therapy of metronidazole plus azithromycin results in better cure rates for BV
This research study is being done to compare the safety and efficacy of GDC-229 (test drug) against the currently marketed reference drug (metronidazole 0.75% vaginal gel) and to establish that these two drugs work better than placebo in subjects with BV.
This is a Randomized, Positive -Controlled, Multi-center Trial enrolling 240 subjects with Bacterial Vaginosis who will be randomized at a ratio of 1:1 to receive active Honghe Fujie lotion or Metronidazole Suppositories. The primary objective is to assess the safety and tolerability of Honghe Fujie lotion compared to Metronidazole Suppositories.
A non-randomized, interventional, longitudinal clinical study to quantify the impact of bacterial vaginosis treatment on HIV susceptibility and genital immunology in Kenyan women.
This is a prospective, randomized, controlled and multi-center trial to assess the use of colposeptine in female subjects with bacterial vaginosis. A total of 480 patients are planned to be enrolled in various centers in China.
This is a phase IIa clinical trial in women with bacterial vaginosis. This study will determine whether treatment with vaginal lactobacillus in combination with antibiotic therapy (metronidazole) is effective in colonizing the vagina with the lactobacillus bacteria found in normal vaginal flora.
The goal of this study is to examine acceptability and efficacy of 2 kinds of BV treatment among women at low risk for preterm delivery. The objectives are: 1. To examine the side effects and patient acceptability of oral versus intravaginal metronidazole. 2. To compare the efficacy of oral and intravaginal metronidazole for the treatment of BV 3. To study the efficacy of oral and intravaginal metronidazole for the prevention of hospital admission dur...
The purpose of this study is to determine whether regular screening (every 2 months) and treatment for bacterial vaginosis (BV [infection of the vagina]) will reduce the number of incidences of chlamydia and gonorrhea (sexually transmitted diseases) over the course of a year. Chlamydial and gonococcal infections will be determined by vaginal swab testing at 4, 8, and 12 months after enrollment. Subjects will include 1500 women aged 15-25 years who have clinical evidence of BV, ...
Bacterial vaginosis (BV), the world's most common vaginal infection, continues to cost patients time, energy, comfort and money. BV is associated with increased incidence of sexually transmitted infections (including HIV), spontaneous abortion, pre-term labour, post-surgical infections, and endometritis. Current treatment for those women symptomatic for BV includes both oral and intravaginal antibiotics, such as metronidazole, which have success rates of 70-80 % at 1 month afte...
The purpose of this intervention is to find out whether intravaginal treatment with a gel containing an antibiotic (metronidazole), compared to a similar placebo gel (without antibiotic), can reduce the frequency of bacterial vaginosis, a common vaginal infection among African women who are HIV uninfected or HIV infected. The study will also determine the effect of these vaginal gels on genitourinary symptoms.
We are trying to determine if treatment of bacterial vaginosis with tinidazole is better than treatment with metronidazole
Randomized, double blind, positive drug parallel comparison, multi-centre clinical trial to assess the Efficacy and Safety of Clindamycin palmitate hydrochloride dispersible tablet for the treatment of bacterial vaginosis
A double-blind, phase 3 study to determine the efficacy of SPL7013 Gel when administered on alternate days for 16 weeks, compared to placebo gel in preventing the recurrence of BV in women with a history of recurrent BV.
Bacterial vaginosis (BV) is the commonest form of vaginitis worldwide, affecting millions of women. Unfortunately, recurrence rates of symptomatic BV remain extremely high, 30% at three months and 70-80% within a year. Given the paucity of information and data regarding pathogenesis of BV, the etiopathogenesis of recurrent bacterial vaginosis remains unknown. Accordingly, reliable, proven treatment regimens for Recurrent Bacterial Vaginosis (RBV) are not available. In 2...
Preterm delivery is a public health priority in Martinique, a French oversees territory located in the Caribbean, with a rate of 10,5% substantially higher than in Continental France (7,5%). Bacterial vaginosis is an imbalance of vaginal flora known to be associated with preterm delivery risk. Studies driven in the United States have pointed out that 50% of the excess in preterm birth rate observed in Afro-American population compared to Caucasian population may be attributable...
The purpose of this study is to asses whether probiotics Lactobacillus rhamnosus (GR-1) and reuteri (RC-14) are able to prevent diarrhea, delay the decline of the immune system and prevent and/or cure bacterial vaginosis among HIV patients.
The purpose of this study is to confirm the safety and efficacy of oral tinidazole for the treatment of bacterial vaginosis.
An important contributor to the epidemic spread of herpes simplex virus type 2 (HSV-2) is its high frequency of asymptomatic shedding in the genital tract, as transmission usually occurs during these periods of subclinical reactivation of the virus (1). Therefore, an improved understanding of the risk factors associated with HSV-2 shedding is needed. The researchers' preliminary data suggests that bacterial vaginosis (BV) may be associated with increased genital tract sheddin...
To determine whether screening of pregnant women with history of previous preterm delivery or with premature contractions for bacterial vaginosis using VS-SENSE, and treatment of positive women will reduce the risk of spontaneous preterm birth.
This research study is being done to evaluate the use of an oral (by mouth) medication called tinidazole to initially treat BV and then to see if additional treatment with tinidazole keeps women from getting this infection back within 3 months. Tinidazole is currently approved by the United States Food and Drug Administration (FDA) to treat bacterial vaginosis (BV). This study will evaluate the use of tinidazole to treat a woman's current BV infection and then will look...
Bacterial Vaginosis (BV) is a infectious process of the female genitourinary tract, an important health issue due to the high incidence and high rate of recurrence of the infection. Therefore, new therapeutic modalities are sought with the capacity to minimize drug side effects and reduce cases of recurrence of the disease. The objective of this study is to evaluate the clinical and microbiological responde of the 401+/- 5nm blue light emitting diode (LED) in the treatment of w...
The purpose of this clinical study was to evaluate whether vaginal tablets containing 10 mg dequalinium chloride (Fluomizin) are comparable in clinical efficacy and safety to clindamycin vaginal cream (2%) in patients suffering from bacterial vaginosis.