Last updated on February 2020

Safety and Efficacy of Aspirin in Stroke Patients With Glucose-6-phosphate Dehydrogenase Deficiency (SAST)

Brief description of study

Aspirin was reported to induce hemolysis in patients with glucose-6-phosphate dehydrogenase (G6PD) deficiency on some occasions, while still widely uesd for stroke prevention. The SAST trial is designed to evaluate the safety and efficacy of aspirin in patients this enzyme disorder.The primary purpose of the trial is to evaluate the hemolytic effects of a 3-month regimen of aspirin 100mg/d versus a 3-month regimen of clopidogrel 75mg/d.

Detailed Study Description

This SAST trial is a prospective, multicenter, randomized, double-blind trial.440 acute ischemic stroke (AIS) patients with G6PD deficiency will be randomized to receive a 3-month regimen of aspirin 100mg/d or clopidogrel 75mg/d. The primary end point is the proportion of protocol-defined hemolysis at 90 days. Protocol-defined hemolysis is defined as one or more of the following conditions: a) Hemoglobin level declined 2.5 g/dL from baseline, meanwhile ruling out bleeding events. b) Hemoglobin level declined 25% from baseline, meanwhile ruling out bleeding events. c) Clinically relevant hemolytic events, could manifested as fatigue, back pain, anemia, dark urine and jaundice. The study consists of five visits including the day of randomization, day 4, day103days, day273days, day907days.

Clinical Study Identifier: NCT04088513

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