Sometimes, a person with asthma may not understand the gravity of his or her disease until something unexpected occurs. It is a chronic disorder in which the airways constrict and swell, producing excess mucus, affecting 25 million Americans above and beyond. While the severity and frequency of symptoms varies by individual, the illness frequently produces wheezing, chest tightness, shortness of breath, and coughing. Each year, more than 1.6 million visit the emergency room due to severe asthma attacks which have the potential to be fatal.

Even if you take your normal asthma medicine(s), there might be instances where you can still experience symptoms. As a result, clinical trials are actively investigating possible asthma therapies.

To get such novel treatments to patients, studies require volunteers with asthma to participate. Despite the fact that 2.8 million Americans engage in clinical research annually, many people are still unaware of how it works or the benefits of participating. However, volunteering doesn't simply aid research; it certainly benefits your personal health as well.

Participating in research is a competent way to influence asthma and allergy treatment, education, and awareness. The most effective strategy to manage asthma is to avoid triggers that can make it worse, using medications to stop symptoms before they start, and being prepared to deal with asthma attacks if they happen.

Studying Patients First

In modern research, the involvement of patients has expanded and become increasingly important. Biopharma Informatic is developing a way to involve patients in the study-conducting process. There will be a greater emphasis on the needs of patients in research, which will result in better approaches.

Recruiting Supporters In Asthma Clinical Trials

We aim to lead individuals affected by asthma, on a journey towards taking action and volunteering for clinical trial research. This journey involves three simple steps:

Spark Interest - Our initial goal is to capture the attention and interest of our audience, particularly those living with asthma, by highlighting the importance of clinical trials in advancing asthma treatments.

Provide Information - We will educate our audience about what clinical trials include, why they matter in the context of asthma management, and how participation can be beneficial.

Facilitate Participation - We will make it easy for them to take action and get involved in asthma clinical trials, enabling them to experience the opportunities and potential benefits.

One recent success in asthma research involved a study that tested a new inhaler. This inhaler combines two different medicines: albuterol and budesonide, which are commonly used to treat asthma. The study found that this combination inhaler worked better and faster in relieving asthma symptoms compared to using just albuterol or budesonide alone.

Asthma clinical trials in Biopharma Informatics aim to assess newly developed medications and proactive combinations of established drugs for managing asthma.

In these studies, participants receive compensation for their time, travel expenses, and any inconvenience caused.

Any medications given, whether it's for the experimental treatment, would be in addition to the participant's existing asthma medications. To take part in the study, you must meet the following criteria:

  • You must have been diagnosed with asthma.
  • You must be aged 18 or older.
  • You must not be currently enrolled in any other clinical trial.

If you would like to find out more, register your interest and we will be in touch. Or contact us on at (281)-944-3610 or log on to www.biopharmainfo.net