Searched query = "Rett syndrome"
The queries were searched in Public_title, Scientific_title, and Condition. Export date: 03/15/2021. Trials are sorted by Date_enrollment from most recent to oldest in the table.
|March 2012||25/1/2012||Placebo Controlled Trial of Dextromethorphan in Rett Syndrome||Placebo Controlled Trial of Dextromethorphan in Rett Syndrome||Rett Syndrome||Drug: dextromethorphan;Drug: placebo||Hugo W. Moser Research Institute at Kennedy Krieger, Inc.||The Johns Hopkins Institute for Clinical and Translational Research (ICTR)||Completed||1 Year||10 Years||All||57||Phase 2||United States|
|September 2004||29/9/2003||Independent Studies of Dextromethorphan and of Donepezil Hydrochloride for Rett Syndrome||Pathogenesis of Rett Syndrome: Natural History and Treatment||Rett Syndrome||Drug: dextromethorphan;Drug: donepezil hydrochloride||Eunice Kennedy Shriver National Institute of Child Health and Human Development (NICHD)||NULL||Recruiting||1 Year||15 Years||Both||90||Phase 3||United States|
|August 2004||4/1/2008||Trial of Dextromethorphan in Rett Syndrome||Trial of Dextromethorphan in Rett Syndrome||Rett Syndrome||Drug: Dextromethorphan||Hugo W. Moser Research Institute at Kennedy Krieger, Inc.||NULL||Terminated||2 Years||15 Years||All||38||Phase 2||United States|
|January 1995||24/2/2000||Study of the Pathogenesis of Rett Syndrome||Rett Syndrome||Drug: dextromethorphan;Drug: topiramate;Drug: Donepezil||Eunice Kennedy Shriver National Institute of Child Health and Human Development (NICHD)||Johns Hopkins University||Completed||N/A||45 Years||Both||120||N/A||NULL|
|09/01/2009||DEXTROMETORPHAN IN RETT SYNDROME||DEXTROMETORPHAN IN RETT SYNDROME||Rett syndrome (RTT) is a neurological disorder with devastating consequences on the brain. It is characterized by stagnation of development followed by regression, both occurring between age 6 months and 3 years. The clinical picture is dominated by cognitive impairment, loss of communication skills, purposeful hand movements, hand stereotypies, progressive deceleration of head growth, and abnormal locomotion. RTT syndrome presently has no effective therapy other than pallitative care||Product Name: Dextromethorphan||Kennedy Krieger Inst. Johns Hopkins Medicine||NULL||NA||Female: yes|