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Occurrence of potential bacterial and viral pathogens in stable chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD) and during acute exacerbations of COPD (AECOPD), in Asia Pacific.

PHRR171002-001694

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A prospective, epidemiological, multi-country, cohort study to assess the occurrence of potential bacterial and viral pathogens in stable chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD) and during acute exacerbations of COPD (AECOPD), in moderate to very severe COPD patients, in Asia Pacific.

EPI-NTHI-001 BOD APA is an epidemiological study which aims to estimate the proportion of potential bacterial and viral pathogens (overall and by species) detected in sputum of stable COPD patients and during AECOPD, over the course of 1 year. The target is to enrol approximately 200 eligible moderate to very severe COPD patients in Asia Pacific.

Regime Classification Priority
2017 - 2022 Research to enhance and extend healthy lives Non-communicable diseases
Start Date Duration in Months Target Completion Date Actual Completion Date
2018-03-20 36 2021-03-20 0000-00-00

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Institution Classification Region LTO #
GlaxoSmithKline Philippines, Inc. Private Business NCR CDRR-NCR-S-3
Institution Amount Region
GlaxoSmithKline Philippines, Inc. N/A NCR
Name Expertise Affiliation
Marie Grace Dawn T. Isidro, MD Pulmonology West Visayas State University Medical Center
Ronnie Z. Samoro, MD Pulmonology HealthLink Iloilo Inc.
Camilo C. Roa Jr., MD Pulmonology Manila Doctors Hospital
Araceli Maliwat-Galapon, MD Pulmonology St. Michael Family Hospital
Bernice Ong-Dela Cruz, MD Pulmonology Chinese General Hospital and Medical Center

The purpose of this study is to collect information about COPD in people who are 40 years of age or older and with a history of acute exacerbation. Sputum sample will be collected to study the bacteria and viruses associated with the disease and blood sample for identification of potential biomarkers.

To estimate the proportion of potential bacterial and viral pathogens (overall and by species) detected in sputum of stable COPD patients and during AECOPD, using respectively bacteriological methods and viral PCR, over the course of 1 year.

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  • Hong Kong
  • Philippines
  • South Korea
  • Taiwan

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20 Mar 2018

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