Safety and Efficacy Study of MIM-D3 Ophthalmic Solution for the Treatment of Dry Eye
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A Phase 2, Multi-Center, Randomized, Double Masked, Placebo Controlled Clinical Study to Assess the Safety and Efficacy of 1% MIM-D3 and 5% MIM-D3 Ophthalmic Solutions in the Environment, and During Challenge in the Controlled Adverse Environmental (CAE) Model
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Ages Eligible for Study:
18 Years and older (Adult, Senior)
Sexes Eligible for Study:
Accepts Healthy Volunteers:
Be at least 18 years of age
Provide written informed consent
Have a reported history of dry eye
Have a history of use or desire to use eye drops for dry eye
Be diagnosed with an ongoing ocular infection (bacterial, viral, or fungal), or active ocular inflammation (e.g. follicular conjunctivitis) at Visit 1, or have been diagnosed with ocular rosacea, or any viral or bacterial disease of the cornea or conjunctiva, within the last 12 months
Have any planned ocular and/or lid surgeries over the study period
Have corrected visual acuity greater than or equal to +0.7 as assessed by Early Treatment of Diabetic Retinopathy Study (ETDRS) scale in both eyes at Visit 1
Have an uncontrolled systemic disease
Be a woman who is pregnant, nursing or planning a pregnancy
Be a woman of childbearing potential who is not using an acceptable means of birth control; acceptable methods of contraception include: hormonal - oral, implantable, injectable, or transdermal contraceptives; mechanical - spermicide in conjunction with a barrier such as a diaphragm or condom; IUD; or surgical sterilization of partner. For non-sexually active females, abstinence may be regarded as an adequate method of birth control; however, if the subject becomes sexually active during the study, she must agree to use adequate birth control as defined above for the remainder of the study
Have a known allergy and/or sensitivity to the test article or its components
Have a condition or be in a situation which the investigator feels may put the subject at significant risk, may confound the study results, or may interfere significantly with the subject's participation in the study
Be currently enrolled in an investigational drug or device study or have used an investigational drug or device within 45 days of Visit 1
Be unable or unwilling to follow instructions, including participation in all study assessments and visits