Atlantic Urology Medical Group is involved in multiple clinical trials in urology. We are currently enrolling patients in the following clinical trials:
- Bladder cancer
- Erectile dysfunction
- Prostate cancer
For more information, please contact Lupita Ramirez at 562.595.5977.
Would you/your child like to be part of a Neurogenic Bladder research study?
Neurogenic Bladder is a condition that can be caused by disease or birth defects including Spina Bifida, which is the most common cause in children. This condition often results in incontinence, bladder infections and increased risk of kidney damage, which significantly impacts daily quality of life.
The purpose of the research study is to test the safety and effectiveness of an investigational drug, oxybutynin chloride topical gel (OXY gel), for Neurogenic Bladder symptoms in children.
Your child may qualify to participate in this research study if they are:
- Six to sixteen years of age and in stable condition
- Have a diagnosis of Neurogenic Bladder
- Using intermittent catheterization without diuretics
- Able to keep a urinary diary during the study
Oxybutynin chloride is approved for the treatment of Neurogenic Bladder symptoms in tablet and liquid form for use by both children and adults as a patch (Oxytrol®) and gel (Gelnique®), for use by adults only.
Research studies are critical to the process of developing safe and effective future treatments and medications and may help other children in the future. If you/your child or someone you know would like more information about this research study, please call to learn more.
The Centerwatch website is designed to be a resource both for patients interested in participating in clinical trials and for research professionals. Begin searching for clinical trials on Centerwatch.
A service of the National Institutes of Health, Clinicaltrials.gov provides patients, families, and members of the public with easy access to information about the location of clinical trials, their design and purpose, criteria for participation, and, in many cases, further information about the disease and treatment under study. There are also contacts to individuals responsible for recruiting participants for each study. To begin searching for clinical trials on ClinicalTrials.gov.