Studies & Research

Anterior Uveitis Clinical Trial identifier NCT02517619

If you are:

  • Experiencing an episode of non-infectious anterior segment uveitis
  • Willing to come to 6 study visits over a period of 8 weeks

You may be eligible for participation in this research study.

Eligible patients will be between 12 and 85 years of age with a diagnosis of unilateral or bilateral non-infectious anterior segment uveitis and an anterior chamber cell count of greater than or equal to 11 cells.  Patients with bilateral uveitis, in which both eyes.  The study eye, which will be evaluated for efficacy, will be randomly designated when the subject is randomized.  Both eyes of bilaterally treated subjects will be assessed for safety data.  In bilaterally treated subjects, both eyes will receive the same assignment of study medication.

The study is comprised of 6 visits over a period of 8 weeks.  Subjects will undergo iontophoresis treatment at the first three visits and will return for three follow-up visits thereafter.  Study procedures include vital signs, stand opthalmology exams including slit-lamp exam to determine anterior cell count, and other visual tests.

Inclusion Criteria:

  • Age 12 to 85 years with a diagnosis of non-infectious anterior segment unveitis defined as an anterior chamber (AC) cell count of ≥ 11 cells
  • Able to receive, understand, and sign a copy of the written informed consent form (ICF)
  • Able to return for all study visitis and willing to comply with all study-related instructions

Exclusion Criteria:

  • Active intermediate or posterior uveitis
  • Have used topical corticosteroid treatment in the study eye ≤ 48 hours prior to the baseline visit (Day 0)
  • Have a pacemaker and/or any other electrically sensitive support system
  • Certain Medications
  • Certain Procedures

The study includes:

  • Study treatment
  • Standard opthalmic exams

Contact: If you feel that you may be eligible for this study or are interested in getting additional information, please contact Robin Kwoka at 203-248-6365

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