Research Study Summary
A Phase 3, Multicenter, Randomized, Double-Blind, Placebo-Controlled Single Attack Study to Evaluate the Efficacy, Safety, and Tolerability of Oral Ubrogepant in the Acute Treatment of Migraine
This study will evaluate the efficacy, safety, and tolerability of 2 doses of ubrogepant (50 and 100 mg) compared to placebo for the acute treatment of a single migraine attack.
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CW ID: 222886
Date Last Changed:
February 2, 2017
Clinical Trial Snapshot
- Both Male and Female
- 18 to 75 Years
- Overall Status
- Facility Type
- At least a 1-year history of migraine with or without aura consistent with a diagnosis according to the International Classification of Headache Disorders, 3rd edition, beta version
- Migraine onset before age 50
- History of migraines typically lasting between 4 and 72 hours if untreated or treated unsuccessfully and migraine episodes are separated by at least 48 hours of headache pain freedom
- History of 2 to 8 migraine attacks per month with moderate to severe headache pain in each of the previous 3 months.
- Difficulty distinguishing migraine headache from other headaches
- Has taken medication for acute treatment of headache (including acetaminophen, nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs [NSAIDs], triptans, ergotamine, opioids, or combination analgesics) on 10 or more days per month in the previous 3 months
- Has a history of migraine aura with diplopia or impairment of level of consciousness, hemiplegic migraine, or retinal migraine
- Has a current diagnosis of new persistent daily headache, trigeminal autonomic cephalgia (eg, cluster headache), or painful cranial neuropathy
- Required hospital treatment of a migraine attack 3 or more times in the previous 6 months
- Has a chronic non-headache pain condition requiring daily pain medication
- Has a history of malignancy in the prior 5 years, except for adequately treated basal cell or squamous cell skin cancer, or in situ cervical cancer
- Has a history of gastric or small intestinal surgery, or has a disease that causes malabsorption
- Has a history of hepatitis within previous 6 months.
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