How Can I Treat My Diabetic Gastroparesis?
By jaclynU in Clinical Research Studies
Diabetic Gastroparesis Clinical Study Happening Now
If you are suffering from Diabetic Gastroparesis and want to find a new way to treat it, now is your opportunity. Clinical Research LA is currently seeking participants who suffer from Diabetic Gastroparesis to take part in a paid clinical study to help treat their condition. Not only can you help advance the science surrounding Diabetic Gastroparesis, but you can treat your condition with the newest research and technology. Keep reading to learn more about the Diabetic Gastroparesis Clinical Study and how to sign up today for better health.
What is Diabetic Gastroparesis?
Gastroparesis is a condition that affects the normal spontaneous movement of the muscles (motility) in your stomach. Ordinarily, strong muscular contractions propel food through your digestive tract. But if you have gastroparesis, your stomach’s motility is slowed down or doesn’t work at all, preventing your stomach from emptying properly.
The cause of gastroparesis is usually unknown. Sometimes it’s a complication of diabetes, and some people develop gastroparesis after surgery. Certain medications, such as opioid pain relievers, some antidepressants, and high blood pressure and allergy medications, can lead to slow gastric emptying and cause similar symptoms. For people who already have gastroparesis, these medications may make their condition worse.
What is a Clinical Study?
According to the World Health Organization, clinical trials are a type of research that studies new tests and treatments and evaluates their effects on human health outcomes. People volunteer to take part in clinical trials to test medical interventions, including drugs, cells, and other biological products, surgical procedures, radiological procedures, devices, behavioral treatments, and preventive care.
Clinical trials are carefully designed, reviewed, and completed and need to be approved before they can start. People of all ages can take part in clinical trials, including children.
Is The Diabetic Gastroparesis Study Safe?
Yes! This is a Phase 2 clinical study, which means Phase 1 saw promising results in human participants and has been approved by the FDA to proceed. Our clinical research clinic has extensive experience conducting Phase II through IV clinical trials with many leading pharmaceutical companies.
The facility features multiple investigators with many years of clinical research and counts over 10,000 patients. Every member of the team offers a wealth of experience, a caring personality, and a commitment to ably serving the pharmaceutical industry, the community, and its patients.
What is Required of Diabetic Gastroparesis Clinical Study Participants?
Here is what you can expect as a participant in the study:
- Complimentary consultation and health exam
- Complimentary comprehensive lab reports
- Complimentary study-related medicines
- Meets all industry safety guidelines
- Governed & monitored by a central ethics committee
- Free transportation or travel reimbursement
- Full confidentiality
- Guaranteed compensation of up to $1,775
To sign up, simply call us at 866-734-2060 or click here to fill out our short form.
For more information on our clinic or to see a list of other clinical trials that are currently seeking participants, visit us at clinicalresearchla.com!
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