Clinical Trials Update: May 12, 2005
Staph Bacterial Infections Strokes Bronchitis
(HealthDay News) -- Here are the latest clinical trials, courtesy of CenterWatch:
Staph Bacterial Infections
Primary Physicians Research is conducting a clinical trial of an investigational vaccine to prevent staph infections. Staphylococcus aureus can result in serious infections, especially those associated with hospital stays. If you are a healthy adult over the age of 18, you may qualify to participate in this clinical trial. Research site located in Pittsburgh, Penn.
A local doctor is conducting a medical research study to evaluate if an investigational drug will lower a person's risks of heart attack or stroke. Participating men must be 55 years or older with no history of heart disease, and women must be 65 years or older with no history of heart disease. Research site located in Tampa, Fla.
Do you have lower respiratory tract infection? Volunteers age 18 and older are needed to participate in a research study of two widely prescribed approved antibiotics for people who have either acute exacerbation of bronchitis or community-acquired pneumonia. Research site located in Waco, Tex.
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