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Tinidazole Versus Cefazolin Antibiotic Prophylaxis of Vaginal and Abdominal Hysterectomy
Purpose: to compare the efficacy of tinidazole and cefazolin on the prophylaxis of the febrile and infectious morbidity after vaginal or abdominal hysterectomy. Methods: A randomized clinical trial carried out at the Women's Integrated Healthcare Center (CAISM)/UNICAMP, Campinas, [more...]  Brazil. Women undergoing to total vaginal or abdominal hysterectomy were randomly enrolled into one of these three groups of antibiotic prophylaxis: tinidazole, cefazolin or an association of both.
Status: Active, not recruiting Start Date: July 2006 Completion Date: December 2008
Chlorambucil Compared With No Further Therapy Following Anti-Helicobacter Therapy in Treating Patients With Low-Grade Lymphoma of the Stomach
RATIONALE: Drugs used in chemotherapy use different ways to stop cancer cells from dividing so they stop growing or die. It is not yet known whether chlorambucil is more effective than observation in treating low-grade lymphoma of the stomach. [more...]  PURPOSE: Randomized phase III trial to compare the effectiveness of chlorambucil with that of no further therapy following anti-Helicobacter therapy in treating patients with low-grade lymphoma of the stomach.
Status: Active, not recruiting Start Date: March 1995 Completion Date: 
Crossover Bioequivalence Study of Tinidazole 500 mg Tablets Under Fed Conditions
The objective of this study was to prove the bioequivalence of Roxane Laboratories' Tinidazole 500 mg Tablet under fed conditions.
Status: Completed Start Date: September 2009 Completion Date: September 2009
Pilot Human Study of Tinidazole Efficacy For Radical Cure Of Plasmodium Vivax
Assess the efficacy of 2 grams of tinidazole given for 5 days with standard dose chloroquine to achieve radical cure of Plasmodium vivax within a 90 day follow-up period sufficient to justify an IND and formal phase II evaluation.
Status: Completed Start Date: November 2008 Completion Date: April 2009
Tinidazole for Recurrent Bacterial Vaginosis: A Pilot Study
This research study is being done to evaluate the use of an oral (by mouth) medication called tinidazole to initially treat BV and then to see if additional treatment with tinidazole keeps women from getting this infection back within 3 months. Tinidazole is [more...]  currently approved by the United States Food and Drug Administration (FDA) to treat bacterial vaginosis (BV). This study will evaluate the use of tinidazole to treat a woman's current BV infection and then will look at using tinidazole as a suppressive treatment (taking medication regularly to attempt to decrease the "bad" bacteria from growing back). The suppressive treatment phase will include using tinidazole twice a week compared to using placebo twice a week and then following women for recurrence of BV. The purpose of this study is to determine if tinidazole suppression will prevent BV from coming back within 3 months of treatment. The investigators hypothesize that women with a history of recurrent bacterial vaginosis who are randomized to a suppressive regimen (a dose of medication given on a regular basis to attempt to control the bacteria that causes bacterial vaginosis) of tinidazole will have lower recurrence rates and a longer time to recurrence of bacterial vaginosis when compared to those women randomized to placebo.
Status: Completed Start Date: October 2007 Completion Date: September 2009
NGU: Doxycycline (Plus or Minus Tinidazole) Versus Azithromycin (Plus or Minus Tinidazole)
This study will look at the safety, effectiveness, and tolerability of combination medications for the initial treatment of non-gonococcal urethritis (NGU). NGU is inflammation of the tube that carries urine from the bladder. NGU is caused by bacteria that [more...]  may be passed from person to person during sex. This study will compare the 2 currently recommended NGU treatments, doxycycline and azithromycin, taken with tinidazole (another medication to treat certain sexually transmitted infections). Tinidazole used with doxycycline or azithromycin may cure NGU better than when doxycycline or azithromycin is used alone. Study participants will be 300 men ages 16-45 years with NGU attending sexually transmitted disease clinics in Birmingham, AL; New Orleans, LA; Durham, NC; and Baltimore, MD. Study participation will last 7 weeks and involve 3 visits. At each visit, participants will provide a urine sample, have 2 urethral swabs, and have their urethra checked for discharge indicating infection.
Status: Completed Start Date: November 2006 Completion Date: April 2009
Treatment of Bacterial Vaginosis With Oral Tinidazole
The purpose of this study is to confirm the safety and efficacy of oral tinidazole for the treatment of bacterial vaginosis.
Status: Completed Start Date: January 2005 Completion Date: 

 

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