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Real-time Continuous Glucose Monitoring in Diabetic Cardiothoracic Surgery Patients (MARGE)

This study has been terminated.
Sponsor:
Collaborator:
Menarini Group
Information provided by (Responsible Party):
University Hospital, Bordeaux
ClinicalTrials.gov Identifier:
NCT00878891
First received: April 8, 2009
Last updated: November 23, 2011
Last verified: November 2011

April 8, 2009
November 23, 2011
April 2009
December 2010   (final data collection date for primary outcome measure)
Percent of time in normoglycemia (0.8 - 1.10 g/L) [ Time Frame: Between the hour of the end of the intervention (CABG) and T48 hours after the first calibration of the Glucoday or while battery last ] [ Designated as safety issue: No ]
Same as current
Complete list of historical versions of study NCT00878891 on ClinicalTrials.gov Archive Site
  • Percent of post CABG time in hyperglycemia (>1.8 g/l) and hypoglycemia (<0.5 g/l) [ Time Frame: Between the hour of the end of the intervention (CABG) and T48 hours after the first calibration of the Glucoday or while battery last ] [ Designated as safety issue: No ]
  • Clinical outcomes incidence : death rate, cardiovascular events (acute coronary syndromes, heart failure, arrhythmia) stream infections, neurologic events [ Time Frame: during 30 days after CABG ] [ Designated as safety issue: Yes ]
  • Agreement between CGM with Glucoday and conventional capillary blood glucose monitoring in the setting of CABG and surgical ICU [ Time Frame: During 48 hours ] [ Designated as safety issue: No ]
  • During of stay in ICU and in tyhe surgical care unit [ Time Frame: During the hospitalisation ] [ Designated as safety issue: No ]
  • Adverse events due to the device [ Time Frame: During the hospitalization ] [ Designated as safety issue: Yes ]
Same as current
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Not Provided
 
Real-time Continuous Glucose Monitoring in Diabetic Cardiothoracic Surgery Patients
Real Time Continuous Glucose Monitoring With Glucoday® as an Assistant for Intensive Insulin Therapy in Diabetic Cardiothoracic Surgery Patients: a Randomized Study Comparing Blood Glucose Measurements Alone or Associated to Continue Glucose Monitoring

An increased risk of adverse outcome is noted for diabetic patients admitted in surgery intensive care units (ICU). Tight glycemic control with intensive insulin therapy dramatically reduces in-hospital mortality and adverse outcome. Devices recording continuously interstitial glucose monitoring (CGM) may be an aid in patients of ICU in whom normoglycemia become a target.

The mini-invasive device (Glucoday®) should provide real-time glucose concentrations in order to quickly adjust insulin infusion rates. The objective of MARGE study is to compare percent of time in normoglycemia based on conventional monitoring (discontinuous glucose monitoring) and Glucoday to conventional monitoring alone. The MARGE study is a multicenter (2 centers), randomized, single blind trial.

Several studies have shown that hyperglycemia is associated with poor outcomes in hospitalized patients. Postoperative glucose levels are a significant predictor of infection rates after cardiac surgery and death rate. Based on these observational studies, a randomized controlled intervention trial in surgical ICU patients demonstrated that intensive insulin therapy reduced the overall in-hospital mortality by 34 % and stream infection by 46 %. Using continuous glycemic monitoring (CGM) it has been shown that intensive insulin therapy based on discontinuous glucose monitoring revealed that normoglycemia is achieved only 22 % of time. The researchers' aim is to determine if real time CGM with a new generation mini invasive device, Glucoday® S, would allow quickly adjusting insulin infusions rates according to interstitial glucose levels and decreasing both hyperglycemic and hypoglycemic excursions. This study will further investigate whether application of real time CGM to titrate insulin therapy to target glycemia in a tight range (80-110 mg/dl) can improve diabetic patient outcome after coronary artery bypass grafting (CABG).

Diabetes is a major and independent risk factor of coronary disease. Coronary artery bypass graft (CABG) significantly improves the patients' prognostic. However postoperative hyperglycemia is a morbidity and mortality factor.

Tight glycemic control with intensive insulin therapy dramatically reduces in-hospital mortality and adverse outcome but with a significant risk of hypoglycaemia. Intensive discontinuous blood glucose control may be insufficient to adapt insulin doses to reach ambitious glycemia targets in safety. Therefore new tools are needed for glucose monitoring in diabetic patients admitted in surgery intensive care units (ICU). The mini-invasive continuous interstitial glucose monitoring device Glucoday® (Menarini Diagnostics) has been recently developed and allows to access continuous interstitial glucose monitoring with real time record display.

The primary outcome measure: is the Comparison of post CABG glycemia in diabetic patients treated by intensive insulin therapy either by conventional monitoring (discontinuous capillary glucose monitoring), or by conventional monitoring and CGM using GlucoDay®. The principal criterion of glycemic control is the percent of time spent in normoglycemia (0.8 - 1.10 g/L).

The secondary outcome measures: are 1: Comparison of percent of post CABG time in hyperglycemia (>1.8 g/l) and hypoglycemia (<0.5 g/l) in the two randomization groups. 2: Comparison of clinical outcomes incidence during 30 days after CABG: death rate, cardiovascular events (acute coronary syndromes, heart failure, arrhythmia) stream infections, neurologic events. 3: Comparison of performance and accuracy between CGM with Glucoday® and conventional capillary blood glucose monitoring in the setting of CABG and surgical ICU. 4: Comparison of duration of stay in ICU and in the surgical care unit. 5: Description of device and care tolerance by collection of all adverse events due to the device during the hospitalization

Study design: It's an efficacy multi-center randomized clinical trial with parallel assignment. The principal analysis will be performed on all patients and if the difference is clinically significant, it will be performed on sub-groups.

Inclusion criteria are Patients aged from 20 to 80 years, patients admitted for CABG ,patients with Known type 1 and type 2 diabetes, patients with Type 2 diabetes discovered during surgical or anaesthetic pre-operative consultation (plasmatic glycemia > 1.26 g/l) needing only dietary guidelines, Patients affiliated to the French Social Security and informed consent signed

Exclusion criteria are patients with other types of cardiac surgery than CABG, Patients admitted in emergency, Pregnancy or breastfeeding for woman, Patients included in an other clinical trial with an exclusion period still running, Patients under safeguard of justice

Study procedures:

  • Arm 1. conventional glucose monitoring (discontinuous glucose monitoring)
  • Arm 2. conventional glucose monitoring + GlucoDay® (continuous glycemic monitoring)

Primary efficacy end-points: percent of time spent in normoglycemia (0.80-1.10 g/l) between the end of the surgical intervention and 48 hours after the first device calibration (performed after the intervention)

Principal secondary efficacy end-points: 1: percent of time in hyperglycemia (> 1.8 g/l) and in hypoglycaemia (<0.5g/l) between time of intervention and 48 hours after the first device calibration. 2: composite criterion evaluated one month after inclusion: death or cardiovascular event events (acute coronary syndromes, heart failure, arrhythmia) stream infections, neurologic events. 3: agreement between CGM with Glucoday® and conventional capillary blood glucose monitoring using coupled data recorded at the same time except couples of data corresponding to calibration time (T0, T24H). 4: duration of stay in hospital for the two randomization groups. 5: device and care tolerance by collection of all adverse events due to the device during the hospitalization.

The enrollment: is 154 patients, 77 in each group

Flow chart:

At the screening visit, patients are informed about the study, eligibility criteria are verified and standard laboratory analyses are performed. At the inclusion visit (one day before surgical intervention), eligibility criteria are verified, the informed consent is signed, standard laboratory analyses, clinical exam and randomization are performed. At day 0, The CABG is performed and the patients are transferred to ICU where Glucoday® is installed. At day 2 (48 hours) Glucoday® is removed. At day 7, a clinical exam is performed. Between CABG and day 30 all events are collected.

Interventional
Not Provided
Allocation: Randomized
Endpoint Classification: Efficacy Study
Intervention Model: Parallel Assignment
Masking: Single Blind (Subject)
Primary Purpose: Prevention
Diabetes
Device: Continuous glucose monitoring for immediate correction of abnormal glycemia
Prevention of hyper and hypo glycemia
  • Active Comparator: 1. Conventional glucose monitoring
    Discontinuous glucose monitoring - GlucoDay Device with Continue record blinded
    Intervention: Device: Continuous glucose monitoring for immediate correction of abnormal glycemia
  • Experimental: 2. Conventional glucose monitoring + Glucoday
    Continuous glucose monitoring - GlucoDay device with Continue record displayed
    Intervention: Device: Continuous glucose monitoring for immediate correction of abnormal glycemia

*   Includes publications given by the data provider as well as publications identified by ClinicalTrials.gov Identifier (NCT Number) in Medline.
 
Terminated
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December 2010
December 2010   (final data collection date for primary outcome measure)

Inclusion Criteria:

  • Patients aged from 20 to 80 years
  • Admitted for CABG
  • Type 2 diabetes
  • Type 1 diabetes
  • Type 2 diabetes discovered during surgical or anaesthetic pre-operative consultation (plasmatic glycemia > 1.26 g/l) needing only dietary guidelines
  • Informed consent signed
  • Patients affiliated to the french social security

Exclusion Criteria:

  • Other types of cardiac surgery than CABG
  • Patients admitted in emergency
  • Pregnancy or breastfeeding
  • Patients included in an other clinical trial with an exclusion period still running
  • Patients under safeguard of justice
Both
20 Years to 80 Years
No
Contact information is only displayed when the study is recruiting subjects
France
 
NCT00878891
CHUBX 2007/01
No
University Hospital, Bordeaux
University Hospital, Bordeaux
Menarini Group
Principal Investigator: Bogdan CATARGI, MD PHD University Hospital Bordeaux, France
University Hospital, Bordeaux
November 2011

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