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ABBS (Asthma BMI Baseline Study) is a study being done because men and women who have asthma and a higher body mass index (BMI) do not respond well to usual asthma treatments. At the moment, there are no treatments...
PrecISE (Precision Interventions for Severe Asthma) is a five-year clinical trial that aims to identify more effective treatments for severe asthma, which affects nearly 10% of people living with asthma worldwide. The study will use an adaptive designed clinical...
SIENA (Steroids in Eosinophil Negative Asthma) was a clinical trial for adolescents and adults with mild to moderate asthma. The purpose of this study was to find out what medications work best for patients with different types of asthma....
Funded by PCORI, The CHICAGO Plan (Coordinated Healthcare Interventions for Childhood Asthma Gaps in Outcomes) was a collaborative effort between 12 Chicago based institutions, including the University of Illinois Hospital & Sciences System, Sinai Health System, Rush University Medical Center,...
BARD (Best African American Response to Asthma Drugs) was a clinical trial for children, adolescents, and adults of African ancestry with poorly controlled asthma. The goal of BARD was to find out which asthma treatment, at what dose, works...
INFANT (INdividualized therapy For Asthma iN Toddlers) and AVICA (Acetaminophen Vs. Ibuprofen in Children with Asthma) studies were two separate but linked studies for preschool aged children with persistent asthma. INFANT was designed to determine whether one asthma controller-medication...
STICS (STep-up yellow zone Inhaled Corticosteroids to prevent exacerbations) was a pediatric study for children with moderate asthma. The goal of the STICS study was to determine whether quintupling the dose of inhaled corticosteroids at the onset of asthma...
PRR (Pulmonary Research Registry) is a community of people interested in lung health. Joining the registry lets researchers know you would like to be contacted about participating in research. Dr. Jerry Krishnan is a lung doctor and researcher at...
VIDA (VItamin D add-on therapy enhances corticosteroid responsiveness in Asthma) was a clinical trial was for adults with asthma and vitamin D deficiency. The goal of VIDA was to find out if taking Vitamin D in addition to an...