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Therapeutic Areas: Pulmonary/Respiratory Diseases | Family Medicine
Disease Category: Asthma
Location: United States, GA
Do you, or does your child have asthma? The study is a clinical research study being conducted worldwide. The study is comparing a medication which is a combination of two differenct drugs (fluticasone propionate and salmeterol) to a medication that has only one drug (fluticasone propionate alone). Both the combination drug and fluticasone propionate alone are currently available by prescription outside this clinical research study.
A 6-Month Safety and Benefit Study of Inhaled Fluticasone Propionate/Salmeterol Combination versus Inhaled Fluticasone Propionate in the Treatment of 6,200 Pediatric Subjects 4-11 Years Old with Persistent Asthma
Patient Inclusion Criteria:
- Are 12 years of age or older
- Have had asthma for at least one year.
- Are receiving asthma treatment.
- Have had asthma bad enough to see a doctor in the last 12 months that required treatment with steroids such as prednisone or Medrol pack. Have you had such a flair up?
- Take any of the following asthma medications: Advair, Pulmicort, Symbicort, Dulera, Flovent, Qvar, Alvesco, Azmacort, Aerobid, Asmanex.
Patient Exclusion Criteria:
- Have been hospitalized for asthma more than 2 times in the last year.
- Have had a tube put down your throat to help you breathe because of your asthma.
- Have you smoked for longer than 5 years?
- Have lung problems other than asthma.
Michelle Sowell, Director of Operations
Clinical Research Atlanta
175 Country Club Drive
Suite 100 A
Stockbridge, GA 30281
Research Center Information: Clinical Research Atlanta
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