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The Effect of Montelukast on Difficulty in Breathing After Exercise in Pediatric Patients (MK0476-377)(COMPLETED)

This study has been completed.
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ClinicalTrials.gov Identifier:
NCT00534976
First Posted: September 26, 2007
Last Update Posted: April 6, 2017
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Information provided by (Responsible Party):
Merck Sharp & Dohme Corp.
Results First Submitted: March 11, 2011  
Study Type: Interventional
Study Design: Allocation: Randomized;   Intervention Model: Crossover Assignment;   Masking: Double (Participant, Investigator);   Primary Purpose: Treatment
Condition: Exercise-induced Bronchoconstriction (EIB)
Interventions: Drug: Comparator: montelukast sodium
Drug: Comparator: Comparator: placebo (unspecified)

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Recruitment Details
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Pre-Assignment Details
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Of the 364 participants screened for inclusion, 298 participants were excluded during screening and were not randomized. The remaining 66 participants met inclusion criteria and were randomly allocated to one of the two treatment sequences.

Reporting Groups
  Description
Montelukast/ Placebo In Period I (screening period/ placebo run-in) participants received a single-blind dose of matching-image placebo. In Period II, participants 4-5 years of age were randomized to receive one Montelukast 4-mg chewable tablet (single dose). Period III was the crossover to one matching placebo 4-mg chewable tablet (single dose) after a 3- to 7-day washout period. No participants 4-5 years of age were randomized, so the 4-mg doses were not dispensed. Participants 6-14 years of age were randomized to receive one Montelukast 5-mg chewable tablet (single dose) in Period II, crossing over to one matching placebo 5-mg chewable tablet (single dose) in Period III after a 3- to 7-day washout period.
Placebo/ Montelukast In Period I (screening period/ placebo run-in) participants received a single-blind dose of matching-image placebo. In Period II, participants 4-5 years of age were randomized to receive one placebo 4-mg chewable tablet (single dose). Period III was the crossover to one Montelukast 4-mg chewable tablet (single dose) after a 3- to 7-day washout period. No participants 4-5 years of age were randomized, so the 4-mg doses were not dispensed. Participants 6-14 years of age were randomized to receive one placebo 5-mg chewable tablet (single dose) in Period II, crossing over to one Montelukast 5-mg chewable tablet (single dose) in Period III after a 3- to 7-day washout period.

Participant Flow for 3 periods

Period 1:   Period 1: Placebo Run-in
    Montelukast/ Placebo   Placebo/ Montelukast
STARTED   33   33 
COMPLETED   33   33 
NOT COMPLETED   0   0 

Period 2:   Period 2: Treatment Montelukast/ Placebo
    Montelukast/ Placebo   Placebo/ Montelukast
STARTED   33   33 
COMPLETED   33   32 
NOT COMPLETED   0   1 
Protocol Violation                0                1 

Period 3:   Period 3: Crossover Placebo/ Montelukast
    Montelukast/ Placebo   Placebo/ Montelukast
STARTED   33   32 
COMPLETED   31   32 
NOT COMPLETED   2   0 
Physician Decision                1                0 
Withdrawal by Subject                1                0 



  Baseline Characteristics


  Outcome Measures
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1.  Primary:   Maximum Percent Fall in Forced Expiratory Volume in 1 Second (FEV1) After Exercise Challenge at 2 Hours Postdose   [ Time Frame: Pre-exercise baseline and 0-60 minutes after the exercise challenge performed 2 hours post-dose ]

2.  Secondary:   Maximum Percent Fall in FEV1 After Exercise Challenge at 24 Hours Post-dose   [ Time Frame: Pre-exercise baseline and 0-60 minutes after the exercise challenge performed 24 hours post-dose ]

3.  Secondary:   Area Under the Curve for FEV1 Percent Fall From Pre-exercise Baseline to 60 Minutes Following Exercise Challenge (AUC0-60 Min) at 2 Hours Post-dose   [ Time Frame: Pre-exercise baseline to 60 minutes after the exercise challenge performed 2 hours post-dose ]

4.  Secondary:   Area Under the Curve for FEV1 Percent Fall From Pre-exercise Baseline to 60 Minutes Following Exercise Challenge (AUC0-60 Min) at 24 Hours Post-dose   [ Time Frame: Pre-exercise baseline to 60 minutes after the exercise challenge performed 24 hours post-dose ]

5.  Secondary:   Time to Recovery From Maximum Percent Fall in FEV1 at 2 Hours Post-dose   [ Time Frame: 0-60 minutes and 0-90 minutes after the exercise challenge at 2 hours postdose ]

6.  Secondary:   Time to Recovery From Maximum Percent Fall in FEV1 at 24 Hours Post-dose   [ Time Frame: 0-60 minutes and 0-90 minutes after the exercise challenge at 24 hours postdose ]

7.  Secondary:   Number of Participants Requiring Rescue Medication at 2 Hours Postdose   [ Time Frame: 0-90 minutes after the exercise challenge at 2 hours postdose ]

8.  Secondary:   Number of Participants Requiring Rescue Medication at 24 Hours Postdose   [ Time Frame: 0-90 minutes after the exercise challenge at 24 hours postdose ]


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