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Therapeutic Areas: Nephrology | Urology
Disease Category: Nocturia
Location: United States, NJ

Clinical Trial Details

Overview

Research Study Summary

Nocturia-males - Getting up 2 or more time a night to urinate?

Purpose

Patient Inclusion Criteria:

Are frequent nightly trips to the bathroom leaving you exhausted?

Nocturia, or frequent urination at night, is a common urological disorder in adults. It typically results in a loss of sleep. Over time, this can lead to fatigue, memory deficits, depression and other issues. In many people the effect of nocturia can compromise their quality of life during daytime hours.

Help may be available for people with nocturia. A clinical trial is currently underway to test the effectiveness of a medication to treat nocturia. You may be eligible to participate in this study if you meet the following criteria:

  • Are male
  • Are age 55 or older
  • Have a history of nocturia
    • 2-5 voids per night
    • Persistent nocturia despite appropriate lifestyle advice (e.g. evening fluid restriction)
  • Are generally well

All trial-related visits, testing and study medication or placebo will be provided to participants at no cost. Compensation for time and travel may be available.

To Learn more
Gender

Male

Age

55 and up

Overall Status

Recruiting

Facility Type

N/A

Contact

AdvanceMed Research
2 Princess Road, Suite J
Lawrenceville, NJ 08648
Phone: 609-895-0735
Fax: 609-895-0173

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Research Center Information: AdvanceMed Research

If you would like to learn more about participating in this research study, please email the trial contact using the form below.

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CW ID: 183495

Date Last Changed: July 16, 2013


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