SEDPARK1: Safety and Efficacy Study With the Non-ergot Dopamine-agonist Piribedil in Parkinson's Disease (PIR-001/K)
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The aim of the non-interventional Post Marketing Study is to investigate the use of the non-ergot dopamine agonist piribedil (trade name: CLARIUM) in mono- and combination therapy in patients with Morbus Parkinson. Tolerability and course of the disease or change of parkinsonian symptoms during stabilisation on, or change over from other dopamine agonists will be documented under routine conditions. Piribedil should be prescribed according to its marketing authorisation by the responsible neurologist.
Stabilization on, or Change-over to the Non-ergot Dopamine Agonist Piribedil in Patients With Morbus Parkinson - a Post Marketing Surveillance Study in Parkinson Clinic Ambulances and Larger Private Practices.
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Ages Eligible for Study:
18 Years and older (Adult, Senior)
Sexes Eligible for Study:
Accepts Healthy Volunteers:
Patients with Morbus Parkinson who require therapy with dopamine agonists.
Male and female patients 18 years and older.
Indication: Morbus Parkinson.
Treatment with piribedil for the first time.
Monotherapy with piribedil.
Combination therapy with L-Dopa (from the beginning or secondary) and/or in combination with other antiparkinsonian drugs.