Last updated on January 2020

Survival Study of the Recombinant Human Neuregulin-1 in Subjects With Chronic Heart Failure.


Brief description of study

The purpose of this study is to evaluate efficacy of rhNRG-1 in reducing the death rate of heart failure subjects with baseline NT-proBNP level between 600 pg/ml and 1700 pg/mL and NYHA class II to III.

Detailed Study Description

The mortality of chronic heart failure patients remains high, in spite of current treatment. RhNRG-1(recombinant human neuregulin-1)directly work on the cardiomyocyte and restored the normal structure and function of it. Both the preclinical trials, phase II clinical trials and already completed phase III clinical trails have confirmed that rhNRG-1 effectively enhance the heart function, reverse the remodeling of left ventricular, and reduce all-cause mortality in heart failure animals and humans. More importantly, rhNRG-1 can significantly reduce the mortality of heart failure subjects with baseline NT-proBNP level 1600 fmol/mL and NYHA class II to III. In this phase III study, the investigators will further confirm the efficacy of rhNRG-1 in reducing the death rate of heart failure subjects with baseline NT-proBNP level between 600 pg/ml and 1700 pg/mL and NYHA class II to III.

Clinical Study Identifier: NCT03388593

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