Clinical Trials

Why be part of a Clinical Trial at Breathe Clear Institute?

Our mission is to bring clinical research to as many lives as possible while delivering compassionate, respectful and exceptional care. We are dedicated to clinical research because the medical discoveries can improve the health of current and future generations. We want to serve our community by offering new and innovative treatment options and diagnostic techniques.

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What is a Clinical Trial and what are the benefits?

A clinical trial is a type of research study that helps determine how effective new medications, treatments, and devices are for patients. The information from the study adds to medical knowledge, indicating what is safe and will work to help treat different diseases and conditions. Conducting a clinical trial allows us to comprehend the risks and benefits that may result from the study. Participating in a clinical trial has many potential benefits including access to innovative treatments that are not available outside of the trial setting and experiencing in-depth and attentive care from some of the best health professionals.

Clinical Trials we offer

Chronic Sinusitis

To qualify for this study, potential study participants must be age 18 or older and must have had (for a minimum of 12 weeks) at least 2 of these symptoms:

  • Congestion
  • Nasal discharge
  • Facial pain and pressure in the “sinus” region
  • Loss or reduction in the sense of smell

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A Study to Assess ASP0598 Otic Solution Following Topical Application in the Ear in Subjects With Chronic Tympanic Membrane Perforation (CTMP)

To qualify for this study, potential study participants must:

  • Age 18 Years to 65 Years
  • Subject has dry chronic tympanic membrane perforation (CTMP) documented as persisting longer than 3 months.

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Sensorineural hearing loss associated with difficulty hearing speech in noisy backgrounds (SNHL)

SNHL is short for sensorineural hearing loss. SNHL is the most common type of hearing loss, affecting about 90% (or 9 out of 10) people with hearing complaints.

SNHL is caused by loss or damage to the small hair cells in the inner part of the ear.

What causes SNHL?

  • A condition since birth (congenital)
  • Aging; 1 in 3 people over 65
  • Noise induced: Exposure to loud noises
  • Illness and infection: some viruses like measles and meningitis
  • Medication; some medications can be damaging to the inner ear

To qualify for this study, potential study participants must:

  • Subject's primary language is English.
  • Male or female between 18 and 75 years of age, inclusive, at randomization.
  • Diagnosis of bilateral sensorineural hearing loss (SNHL).
  • Normal tympanogram in the ear intended for injection (as defined in protocol) at Screening.
  • Male or female subjects with reproductive potential agree to comply with protocol-approved double barrier contraceptive method during and for 3 months after study drug administration.
  • The subject is in general good medical health with no clinically significant or relevant abnormalities, including medical history, physical exam, vital signs, ECG, and laboratory evaluations (hematology, chemistry, and urinalysis) as assessed by the Investigator.

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