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Therapeutic Areas: Musculoskeletal | Rheumatology | Nephrology | Family Medicine
Disease Category: Gout (Hyperuricemia)
Location: United States, MD

Clinical Trial Details

Overview

Research Study Summary

A multicenter, randomized, active-controlled , Phase 3B study to evaluate the Cardiovascular safety of Febuxostat (ULORIC) and Allopurinol in subjects with Gout and Cardiovascular Comorbidities

Purpose

Do you have Gout? You may qualify to participate in a clinical research study.

Cardiovascular Outcomes in gouty arthritis
There are ongoing concerns for the potential of gouty arthritis patients to have a higher risk of adverse cardiovascular events. This trial is seeking gouty arthritis patients with defined cardiovascular events or diabetes who are at high risk for cardiovascular events defined as diabetic patients with microvascular or macrovascular disease. Patients will be randomized to febuxostat (Uloric), in two doses, as well as allopurinol. There will be 5 years of ongoing follow up for enrolled patients.

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Phase

4

Gender

Both Male and Female

Age

N/A

Overall Status

Recruiting

Duration

5 Years

Facility Type

N/A

Contact

The Center for Rheumatology and Bone Research
2730 University Blvd West, Suite 306
Wheaton, MD 20902
Phone: 301 942-6610
Fax: 301 942-7833

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Research Center Information: The Center for Rheumatology and Bone Research

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CW ID: 169940

Date Last Changed: July 23, 2013


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