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AVAILABLE TRIALS
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Current clinical trials
Juvenile idiopathic arthritis
Hot flashes associated with menopause
Hypercholesterolaemia
Onychomycosis
Diabetes
Scleroderma
Atopic dermatitis
Heart failure
Paroxysmal supraventricular tachycardia
Ulcerative colitis
Systemic lupus erythematosus
Oncology
Chronic obstructive pulmonary disease
Leśniowski-Crohn's disease
Rheumatoid Arthritis
Migraine in children and adolescents
Dermatomyositis
Phases of clinical trials
The individual phases of clinical trials are under strict control of scientists and physicians. In addition, the entire clinical trial project must comply with legal standards (linked to the Patient Rights and Responsibilities), which have been defined in the European Union and in Poland.
Basic trials
Conducted in the laboratory
Pre-clinical trials
Without the involvement of human organisms
Phases of clinical trials 0-IV
With the participation of human organisms
Basic trials
Conducted in the laboratory
Pre-clinical trials
Without the involvement of human organisms
Phase 0
With the participation of 10-15 healthy volunteers in specialized centres
Phase I
With the participation of 80-100 healthy volunteers in specialized centres
Phase II
With the participation of 50–300 patient volunteers in specialized centres
Phase III
With the participation of several hundred - several thousand patients in specialized centres
Phase IV
With the participation of several hundred patients in specialized centres
Objective
Determination of the safety of effect
Objective
Understanding the mechanism of action
Objective
Determination of the safety of effect on a healthy human organism
Objective
Determination of dosage and adverse reactions
Objective
Confirmation of efficacy and safety of treatment in ailing patients
Objective
Preparation of medical documentation indispensable for the introduction of the medicine
Objective
Determination of long-term action of the medicine and estimation of therapy costs