Last updated on May 2019

A Study of ASP8302 in Participants With Underactive Bladder


Brief description of study

The study objectives of this study are to evaluate the efficacy of ASP8302 compared with placebo in participants with underactive bladder (UAB), to investigate the safety and tolerability of ASP8302 compared with placebo in participants with UAB, to investigate the pharmacokinetics of ASP8302 in participants with UAB and to support the development of the UAB - Patient Reported Outcome (PRO).

Detailed Study Description

The study will comprise a screening visit, followed by a treatment period and a 2-week follow-up period, in total 8 weeks. Participants will visit the clinic at screening (visit 1) and every 2 weeks (visit 2, 3, 4, and 5). During the course of the study assessments will be performed at the visits.

Clinical Study Identifier: NCT03702777

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Site DE49001

Duisburg, Germany
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Duisburg, Germany
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Gronau, Germany
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Moenchengladbach, Germany
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Yoshida-gun, Japan
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Asahikawa, Japan
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Kurashiki, Japan
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Osakasayama, Japan
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Shimotsuga-gun, Japan
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Kumamoto, Japan
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Eindhoven, Netherlands
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Maastricht, Netherlands
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Rotterdam, Netherlands
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Piaseczno, Poland
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Szczecin, Poland
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Nitra, Slovakia
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Trencin, Slovakia
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Bristol, United Kingdom
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Cambridge, United Kingdom
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Sheffield, United Kingdom
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Recruitment Status: Open


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