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Asthma Clinical Trials

A listing of Asthma medical research trials actively recruiting patient volunteers. Search for closest city to find more detailed information on a research study in your area.

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Found (5) clinical trials

Corticosteroids/ 2-agonists in Hair in Asthmatic Patients (CorticHair)

Asthma affects 3-10% of the European population and is a heterogeneous disease in its clinical manifestations and also in its response to treatment. Since therapy is often started at young age and given over many years, with adjustments made on disease control, long-term adherence and efficacy are particular concerns. Adherence ...

Phase N/A

Continuation of TRAVERSE- LTS12551 Evaluating Dupilumab Safety in Patients With Asthma (Long-Term Follow-Up)

Duration per participant is until dupilumab approval for use in asthma and market availability to the patient, or a maximum of 144 weeks (ie, about 3 years) after the Start of Treatment (V1), whichever comes first.

Phase

The Effect of Deep Inhalation on Mannitol Responsiveness

This study will look at airway responsiveness to inhaled methacholine and mannitol administered with and without deep inhalation. This study will also investigate the role of airway inflammation on these responses, using sputum differential cell counts and fractional exhaled nitric oxide. This is a single center, open label, randomized study. ...

Phase

Safety of LAIV4 in Children With Asthma

This is a prospective randomized, open label clinical trial in approximately 300 children aged 5-11 years with a physician diagnosis of persistent asthma. The study will be conducted at three sites: Vanderbilt University Medical Center (Lead site), Cincinnati Children's Hospital Medical Center (contributing site), and Duke University Medical Center (contributing ...

Phase

Vascular Implications of a Naturally Occurring Asthma Exacerbation

BACKGROUND & SCOPE: While asthma is generally considered to be a disease of the airways, there are important systemic consequences which have predisposed people with asthma to become more likely to die from cardiovascular (CV) disease compared to non-asthmatics. Additional CV risks have been reported in people with severe asthma, ...

Phase N/A