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Emtricitabine Clinical Trials
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The primary purpose of this study is to study the safety and tolerability of a HIV drug and to evaluate a decrease of HIV-1 virus level in blood after treatments in HIV-1 infected patients
Status: Recruiting Start Date: April 2013 Completion Date: March 2014
Pre-exposure prophylaxis (PrEP) is a method of preventing HIV infection through the use of antiretroviral (ARV) medications before exposure to HIV. This study will evaluate the safety and tolerability of four ARV regimens in preventing HIV infection in men who have sex with [more...] men who may be at risk of getting HIV infection through sex and women who may be at risk of getting HIV infection through sex. The four ARV regimens being evaluated are maraviroc (MVC), MVC plus emtricitabine (FTC), MVC plus tenofovir disoproxil fumarate (TDF), and TDF plus FTC. The MVC-containing arms will be compared to TDF/FTC alone and in combination.
Status: Recruiting Start Date: June 2012 Completion Date:
There are now several HIV treatment options for a person with HIV infection who has not yet been treated. Most people who receive treatment and take their medications as directed have a good result. This is usually determined by measuring the amount of HIV [more...] in the blood (viral load). The best response is when HIV cannot be found (less than 50 copies/mL) in the blood. However, it has recently become clear that some people with HIV who are receiving effective HIV drugs continue to have more health problems than people without HIV infection. Sometimes, there is damage to organs in the body, including bone, kidneys, and the brain. The main purpose of this study is to compare the effects on bones of the following two drug combinations: - maraviroc (MVC), emtricitabine (FTC), plus darunavir/ritonavir (DRV/r) - tenofovir (TDF) plus emtricitabine (FTC) plus darunavir/ritonavir (DRV/r) Additional reasons this study is being done are the following: - To see how the drug combinations affect the brain and kidneys. - To see how well the drug combinations lower the HIV viral load. - To see how safe the drug combinations are, how well people are able to take the study drug combinations, and how well their immune systems respond to the study drugs. - To see how well the drug combinations get into the blood.
Status: Recruiting Start Date: December 2011 Completion Date: September 2014
Aim of the study: To describe the epidemiology, longitudinally follow, test the effect of early antiretroviral treatment and investigate early events of virus-host interactions in patients with documented acute or recent HIV-1 infection in Zurich. Study design: This is [more...] an open label, non-randomized, observational, single center study at the University Hospital Zurich, Division of Infectious Diseases and Hospital Epidemiology. We aim at enrolling approximately 300 patients over a 10 year period. All patients who fulfill the inclusion criteria of a documented acute or recent HIV infection can participate in the study. Patients are offered early combination antiretroviral treatment (cART), if treatment start falls within 90 days after diagnosis of acute HIV-infection. After one year of suppressed HIV-plasma viremia (< 50 copies/ml) patients can chose to stop cART. Patients who have not chosen to undergo early-cART, respectively will stop cART after one year will be followed for a total of 5 years. Viral setpoints reached after treatment interruptions will be compared to historic controls and to the control group not having received cART during acute infection. A battery of virological and immunological assays will be performed on blood samples obtained to better understand early virus-host interactions, which are thought to play a key role in HIV-pathogenesis research. Summary: In summary, this study will provide comprehensive knowledge on early HIV-infection with regard to epidemiology, impact of early-cART on the course of disease and forms the base for a variety of translational research projects addressing early key pathogenesis events between virus and host, relevant for the course of disease, for transmission, for development of vaccines and new treatment strategies. - Trial with medicinal product
Status: Recruiting Start Date: January 2002 Completion Date: December 2016
The purpose of this study is to see if emtricitabine is safe in children infected with HIV and to determine the best dose.
Status: Recruiting Start Date: Completion Date:
The purpose of this study is to demonstrate noninferiority (a new treatment is equivalent to standard treatment) in terms of the percentage of patients who have plasma human immunodeficiency virus-type 1 (HIV-1) ribonucleic acid (RNA) levels less than 400 copies per [more...] mL after 48 weeks of randomized treatment with tenofovir disoproxil fumarate/emtricitabine/rilpivirine (TDF/FTC/RPV) versus TDF/FTC/efavirenz (TDF/FTC/EFV).
Status: Not yet recruiting Start Date: July 2013 Completion Date: July 2015
The purpose of this study is to evaluate the pharmacokinetics (what the body does to the drug), safety and effectiveness of TMC278 25 mg once daily in combination with an investigator-selected background regimen containing 2 nucleoside reverse transcriptase inhibitors [more...] (NRTIs) (zidovudine [AZT]/lamivudine [3TC] or abacavir [ABC]/3TC) in antiretroviral (ARV) treatment.
Status: Active, not recruiting Start Date: January 2011 Completion Date: October 2018
The purpose of this study is to compare the safety and effectiveness of emtricitabine and stavudine when given with didanosine plus efavirenz to HIV-infected patients.
Status: Active, not recruiting Start Date: August 2000 Completion Date:
Data suggest that women taking drugs to treat human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) have higher amounts of drugs in their body compared with men taking the same dose of anti-HIV drugs. The reason for this higher drug exposure has not been determined. The primary purpose [more...] of this study is to examine whether the pharmacokinetics (factors that determine the amount of drug in the body) of anti-HIV drugs change during different phases of the menstrual cycle in women and ultimately result in higher amounts of drug in the body compared with men. In other words, we plan to examine whether changes in sex hormones throughout the menstrual cycle affect the amount of anti-HIV drugs in women. The antiretroviral drugs atazanavir, ritonavir, tenofovir and emtricitabine will be studied. This study will be conducted in healthy women since HIV may change the pharmacokinetics of anti-HIV drugs.
Status: Completed Start Date: March 2009 Completion Date: December 2010
To obtain safety and efficacy data for antiretroviral regimens containing emtricitabine in HIV-1 infected pediatric subjects. To determine emtricitabine concentrations in HIV-1 infected pediatric subjects and, if necessary, to refine the dose of emtricitabine to achieve concentrations comparable to [more...] those in adults given 200 mg emtricitabine once-daily.
Status: Completed Start Date: November 2002 Completion Date: July 2004
Combination therapy with anti-HBV activity may both increase HBV suppression rates and reduce emergence of resistant strains. Several new therapeutic agents are currently in development, however combination therapy trials in the HBV-infected population have only recently commenced. No such [more...] trials have been undertaken in the HIV/HBV co-infected population.
Status: Completed Start Date: April 2005 Completion Date: December 2008
For people with HIV who are currently taking specific medications (including Sustiva (efavirenz)) and have no detectable viral load, this study tracks how patients do if they take their medications for five days of the week compared with seven days of the week.
Status: Completed Start Date: August 2006 Completion Date: December 2009
This is a randomized multicentre trial of emtricitabine (FTC) versus tenofovir (TDF)/FTC in antiretroviral naive subjects with HIV/HBV co-infection over 48 weeks (Clinical Trial A). Plus, a 12 week viral kinetic substudy comparing a subgroup of patients on Clinical Trial A [more...] is being conducted. (Substudy A1)
Status: Completed Start Date: March 2004 Completion Date: August 2006
Successful therapy of both tuberculosis and HIV disease share similar problems: pill burden, drug interaction, adherence challenge and toxicity. This study will test the efficacy and safety of a once daily antiretroviral regimen in HIV-tuberculosis coinfected patients.
Status: Completed Start Date: January 2006 Completion Date: November 2009
HIV infected children and adolescents who have taken many anti-HIV drugs may have limited treatment options and are at high risk for progressing to AIDS. The purpose of this study is to determine whether an anti-HIV treatment regimen of 2 protease inhibitors (PIs) and [more...] 2 nucleoside reverse transcriptase inhibitors (NRTIs) is more effective than a regimen of 4 NRTIs in treatment-experienced children and adolescents who have failed previous anti-HIV treatment.
Status: Completed Start Date: Completion Date: May 2007
Non-nucleoside reverse transcriptase inhibitors (NNRTIs) are commonly included in anti-HIV drug regimens. However, HIV infected women who have previously taken the single dose NNRTI nevirapine (SD NVP) for the prevention of mother-to-child transmission (MTCT) of HIV may not respond [more...] as well to NNRTIs as women who have never taken NVP. Another class of anti-HIV drugs, protease inhibitors (PIs), may be more effective for women who have previously taken NNRTIs. This study will compare the effectiveness of NNRTI- and PI-based regimens in women who have taken NVP for prevention of MTCT of HIV. This study will also compare regimens including an NNRTI with regimens including a PI in women who have never taken NVP.
Status: Completed Start Date: November 2006 Completion Date: February 2011
This study compared 3 different three-drug combinations in HIV infected individuals starting their first HIV treatment regimens. Participants were recruited from resource-limited areas in Africa, Asia, South America, Haiti, and also from the United States. The study hypothesis was [more...] each of the once daily combinations (PI based, or NNRTI based) would not have inferior efficacy compared to the twice daily NNRTI based combination.
Status: Completed Start Date: May 2005 Completion Date: May 2010
HIV replication in resting CD4 cells is so minimal that anti-HIV drugs often fail to destroy the virus in these cells. Enfuvirtide, also known as T-20, is a type of anti-HIV drug called a fusion inhibitor. The purpose of this study is to test [more...] the ability of a T-20-enhanced treatment regimen to decrease the number of resting CD4 cells that become infected with HIV.
Status: Completed Start Date: October 2003 Completion Date: May 2008
The purpose of this study is to compare the safety, tolerability and antiviral activity between once-daily (QD) and twice-daily (BID) dosing of lopinavir/ritonavir and to further characterize the pharmacokinetics of once-daily dosing of lopinavir/ritonavir.
Status: Completed Start Date: July 2002 Completion Date:
Anti-HIV drug therapy works best when the drugs are taken exactly as prescribed by a doctor. Because anti-HIV therapy often involves multiple drugs, some people have difficulty taking them all correctly. The easier it is to take anti-HIV drugs, the more likely people will [more...] take them as prescribed and get the best results. This study will see if people are more successful in taking anti-HIV drugs once a day or twice a day. It also will determine if having a health care professional oversee each weekday dose helps people control their HIV infection. The study will compare taking a three-drug combination twice a day versus taking a three-drug combination just once a day. The study will also compare patients taking the drugs on their own to patients taking the drugs in the presence of a clinical worker. Viral load (amount of HIV in the blood) and drug side effects will be measured.
Status: Completed Start Date: Completion Date: January 2006
Treatment of HIV-infected patients involves combining drugs from different classes of anti-HIV drugs. One preferred regimen for adults is 2 nucleoside reverse transcriptase inhibitors (NRTIs) and 1 protease inhibitor (PI). For children, this regimen may be too complicated or [more...] the drugs may be too difficult to take by mouth. The purpose of this study is to determine the long-term safety and effectiveness of daily didanosine (ddI), efavirenz (EFV), and emtricitabine (FTC) in pediatric patients who have taken few or no anti-HIV drugs.
Status: Completed Start Date: August 2001 Completion Date: January 2009
The purpose of this study is to better understand the relationship between age and HIV disease progression. This study will explore the possible relationship between age and HIV disease progression. Older age is an important risk factor for faster [more...] disease development, but older people may respond better to combination drug therapy. This relationship needs to be understood better.
Status: Completed Start Date: Completion Date: April 2005
The purpose of this study is to compare two anti-HIV drugs, FTC and lamivudine (3TC), when given with either stavudine (d4T) or zidovudine (ZDV) and one other anti-HIV drug.
Status: Completed Start Date: Completion Date:
To assess the safety and pharmacokinetics of single oral doses of 524W91 administered in HIV-infected patients. To determine the effects of food on bioavailability of 524W91.
Status: Completed Start Date: Completion Date:
Short-term therapy may reduce the amount of HIV in the blood of adults recently infected with HIV. The purpose of this study is to see whether it is better for people to take a short course of anti-HIV drugs when they are first infected [more...] or if it is better to wait until the HIV infection causes health problems before taking anti-HIV drugs.
Status: Withdrawn Start Date: Completion Date:
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