Pexiganan Versus Placebo Control for the Treatment of Mild Infections of Diabetic Foot Ulcers (OneStep-1)
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The purpose of this study is to establish the clinical superiority and the safety of topical pexiganan cream 0.8% plus standard local wound care, as compared to placebo cream plus standard local wound care, in the treatment of mildly infected diabetic foot ulcers.
Condition or disease
Diabetic Foot Infection
Drug: Topical pexiganan cream 0.8%Drug: Topical placebo creamOther: Standard wound care
A Randomized, Double-Blind, Multicenter, Superiority, Placebo-Controlled Phase 3 Study of Pexiganan Cream 0.8% Applied Twice Daily for 14 Days in the Treatment of Adults With Mild Infections of Diabetic Foot Ulcers
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Ages Eligible for Study:
18 Years and older (Adult, Senior)
Sexes Eligible for Study:
Accepts Healthy Volunteers:
Male or female at least 18 years old.
Subject must agree to adhere to all protocol procedures and return for all scheduled visits, and must be willing and able to provide written informed consent.
Subject is to be treated on an outpatient basis.
Full thickness ulcer or a partial thickness ulcer on the foot distal to the malleoli with a surface area ≥ 1 cm2 after the wound has undergone appropriate debridement.
Localized mild infection of the ulcer.
The diagnosis of mild infection must be confirmed immediately following debridement at Baseline.
Subject must have plain radiographs taken within 2 days prior to entry showing no evidence of bony abnormalities consistent with osteomyelitis, or gas compatible with tissue crepitus, in the affected foot.
IDSA-defined moderate infection.
IDSA-defined severe infection.
Infected diabetic foot ulcer that is associated with local wound complications such as prosthetic materials or protruding surgical hardware.
> 1 infected foot ulcer.
Subject is currently receiving topical antimicrobial treatment for a localized infection of the study ulcer and whose infection is improving in response to treatment.
Subject has received a systemic antibiotic within 48 hours prior to Screening.
Concurrent or expected to require systemic antimicrobials during the study period for any infection, including diabetic foot ulcer.
Bone or joint involvement is suspected based on clinical examination or plain X-ray.
Subject is expected to be unable to care for the ulcer or return for all scheduled visits because of hospitalization, vacation, disability, etc. during the study period, or is unable to safely monitor the infection status at home.