Respiratory Effect of the LISA Method With Sedation by Propofol Versus Absence of Sedation. (PROLISA)
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|ClinicalTrials.gov Identifier: NCT04016246|
Recruitment Status : Recruiting
First Posted : July 11, 2019
Last Update Posted : October 9, 2019
|Condition or disease||Intervention/treatment||Phase|
|Respiratory Distress Syndrome in Premature Infant||Drug: Propofol-Lipuro Drug: Placebos||Phase 3|
Non-inferiority trial comparing Propofol versus placebo during the intra tracheal Less Invasive Surfactant Administration (LISA) in preterm babies < 32 weeks of gestation for the need for mechanical ventilation after the procedure. An open-label ketamine treatment as rescue is possible in each group.
In each participating unit, information will be given to parents of preterm babies <32 wGA upon their admission to the delivery room or to the NICU (neonatal intensive care unit), and informed consent will be sought as soon as possible. Eligible babies presenting a RDS (respiratory distress syndrome) will be included and randomized to the control (placebo) group or Propofol group. While benefiting from Nasal Intermittent Positive Pressure Ventilation (NIPPV) the newborn will be prepared as usual for tracheal intubation. Trialists will be blinded to treatment allocation.
The drug administration in the two groups will be titrated according to weight (0.5mg/kg per dose of Propofol or a similar volume of placebo). After each dose, a pain score (FANS) will be quickly evaluated within 2 minutes of the injection, to assess the need for a supplementary dose (up to a predefined limit) or rescue treatment by Ketamine.
After the steps of sedation, the LISA procedure will be performed, with detailed data collection of per procedure events up to 72 hours of life. Babies will be subsequently managed as usual in each NICU and data will be collected about respiratory, neurological and hemodynamic outcomes during the hospital stay, and especially at discharge, 28 days, and 36 weeks. At two years of corrected age, a final examination will be performed to evaluate neurodevelopmental outcomes.
|Study Type :||Interventional (Clinical Trial)|
|Estimated Enrollment :||542 participants|
|Intervention Model:||Parallel Assignment|
|Masking:||Triple (Participant, Care Provider, Investigator)|
|Official Title:||Respiratory Effect of the LISA (Less Invasive Surfactant Administration) Method With Sedation by Propofol Versus Absence of Sedation: Double-blind Comparative Randomized Clinical Trial.|
|Actual Study Start Date :||October 7, 2019|
|Estimated Primary Completion Date :||October 7, 2022|
|Estimated Study Completion Date :||October 7, 2024|
Propofol (Propofol LIPURO 1% 100mL), Pharmacologic form: 10mg/ml. Considering the birthweight of most preterm babies, Propofol will be diluted to a final concentration of 1mg/ml by the nurse.
Treatment initiation: the 1st dose will be injected following usual management of LISA procedure included the installation of the newborn and the atropine and caffeine injections and sugar solution administration Dose per administration: 0.5mg/kg per dose of Propofol. Number of administrations: Several administrations of 0.5 mg/kg are possible, according the level of sedation achieved, as evaluated by the FANS score. If the FANS score is ≥6, a new dose will be injected up to a total of two (before 28 wGA) or 3 (between 28 - 31 wGA) administrations of the drug. (See paragraph 5.3)
sedation of babies < 32wGA with propofol / placebo before a LISA Procedure
Placebo Comparator: medialipide
Name of treatment for placebo: Medialipide® (B. BRAUN) Pharmacological form: 20g/100ml Medialipide 20% will be used as the placebo. This is an emulsion of medium and long triglycerides based on soya oil and having same appearance organoleptic characteristics as Propofol.
Dose per administration: Same volume as for the Propofol administration
Number of administrations: according the same protocol that for the Propofol administration.
Modalities of preparation : The same dilution procedure as Propofol lipuro 1% SPC (Summary of Product Characteristics):1 part of Medialipide 20% with 9 parts of 5% w/v glucose solution or 0.9% w/v sodium chloride solution as shown in parenteral nutrition which is in accordance with medialipide 20% SPC
injected to babies < 32wGA with propofol / placebo before a LISA Procedure
Other Name: medialipide
- need for mechanical ventilation after the procedure [ Time Frame: 72hours ]Rate of mechanical ventilation from the start of the LISA procedure up to 72 hours of life.
- Rate of MV (mechanical ventilation ) in each class of GA (<28, 28-31wGA) [ Time Frame: 72hours ]
Rate of MV (mechanical ventilation
) from the start of the LISA procedure up to 72 hours of life in each class of GA (<28, 28-31wGA)
- FANS during LISA and 1h after LISA [ Time Frame: 1hour ]Faceless acute neonatal pain scale (FANS) assessed during LISA and 1 hour after the procedure by an independent operator.
- number of ketamine administrations for rescue [ Time Frame: before LISA Procedure ]Number of ketamine administrations for rescue in order to obtain a FANS score <6 and to be able to proceed to LISA.
- Number of laryngoscopies [ Time Frame: during LISA Procedure (T0) ]Number of laryngoscopies needed to perform LISA
- Tolerance and efficacy (Per procedure events): Apnea [ Time Frame: during LISA Procedure (T0) ]Apnea requiring bag mask ventilation
- Tolerance and efficacy (Per procedure events): emergency intubation [ Time Frame: from drug injection to 1hour after ]Emergency intubation after the drug injection before the LISA procedure can be performed or within 1h following the drug injection
- Tolerance and efficacy (Per procedure events): Viby Mogensen score [ Time Frame: during LISA Procedure ]
Clinician's satisfaction during laryngoscopy with the Viby Mogensen score :
Item Score 1 Score 2 Score 3 Score 4 Laryngoscopy Easy Fair Difficult Impossible Vocal cords Open Moving Closing Closed Coughing None Slight Moderate Severe Jaw relaxation Complete Slight Stiff Rigid Limb movements None Slight Moderate Severe
the total score is calculated adding each item scores. min score = 5. max score = 20. An easy intubation would obtain a low score and a difficult intubation would have a high score.
- BPD (bronchopulmonary dysplasia) at 36 weeks of Gestational Age [ Time Frame: equivalent to 36 weeks of Gestational Age ]Broncho Pulmonary Dysplasia at 36 weeks of Gestational Age
- In-hospital morbidity and mortality: pneumothorax [ Time Frame: 72hours post LISA Procedure ]Pneumothorax within 72hours
- In-hospital morbidity and mortality: Necrotizing Enterocolitis [ Time Frame: the day of discharge from hospital (the day depends to each participant : between 36-45 weeks of Gestational Age) ]necrotizing enterocolitis during hospitalization
- In-hospital morbidity and mortality : sepsis [ Time Frame: the day of discharge from hospital (the day depends to each participant : between 36-45 weeks of Gestational Age) ]proven sepsis during hospitalization
- In-hospital morbidity and mortality: retinopathy [ Time Frame: the day of discharge from hospital (the day depends to each participant : between 36-45weeks of gestational ageGA) ]retinopathy of prematurity during hospitalization
- In-hospital morbidity and mortality [ Time Frame: the day of discharge from hospital (the day depends to each participant : between 36-45weeks of Gestational Age) ]periventricular leukomalacia or grade 3 or 4 intraventricular hemorrhage during hospitalization
- In-hospital morbidity and mortality: patent ductus arteriosus [ Time Frame: the day of discharge from hospital (the day depends to each participant : between 36-45 weeks of Gestational Age) ]treatment of a patent ductus arteriosus during hospitalization
- In-hospital morbidity and mortality: death 36weeks of Gestational Age [ Time Frame: equivalent to 36 weeks of Gestational Age ]Death at 36 weeks of Gestational Age
- In-hospital morbidity and mortality: death during hospitalization [ Time Frame: the day of discharge from hospital (the day depends to each participant : between 36-45weeks of Gestational Age) ]in-hospital mortality
- At two years of corrected age: ASQ (Ages and Stages Questionnaire) [ Time Frame: 2 years (corrected age) ]ASQ (Ages and Stages Questionnaire) questionnaire is a general developmental screening tool (5 areas are evaluated: Communication, gross motor, fine motor, problem solving, and personal-social). Total score is the sum of each of the 5 area scores (wich are between 0-60. Total score is between 0 and 300. The higher the score is, the best developed the children is.
- At two years of corrected age: motor function [ Time Frame: 2 years (corrected age) ]
Gross Motor Function Classification Scale (GMFCS) looks at movements such as sitting, walking and use of mobility devices. It is helpful because it provides families and clinicians with a clear description of a child's current motor function, and an idea of what equipment or mobility aids a child may need in the future, e.g. crutches, walking frames or wheelchairs.
Participant will be assignated to one of the 5 levels by the clinicians : a patient who is in level 5 has more motor impairments than a patient in level 1.
- At two years of corrected age: vision [ Time Frame: 2 years (corrected age) ]Visual functions : a clinical examination will conclude if the participant has a visual deficit or not. And in the deficit case, what kind of vision pathology.
- At two years of corrected age: audition [ Time Frame: 2 years (corrected age) ]Hearing functions : a clinical examination will conclude if the participant has a hearing deficit or not. And in the deficit case, what kind of audition pathology.
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Please refer to this study by its ClinicalTrials.gov identifier (NCT number): NCT04016246
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|Principal Investigator:||Thierry DEBILLON, MD PHD||CHU de Grenoble Alpes|