Clinical Paid Studies
Hypertension: A study targeting male and females with non-complicated hypertension, that will be administered common use medicines to evaluate the eficacy and safety of such medicines for a study period lasting approximately eleven weeks.
Non-Complicated Urinary Infection: A study targeting females with non-complicated
urinary infection, where the study will evaluate the eficacy and safety of an administered urinary analgesic frequently used in combination with antibiotics for a study period of two days.
Gout and Cardiovascular Risk: This study compares two primary medicines used on a long term basis for patients both male and female that have gout and cardiovascular risks, evaluating the eficacy and safety of such medicines during a period of 5 years.
Gout Hard to Control: This study evaluates the efectiveness and safety of medicines used to diminish the production and increase the excretion of uric acid in patients with gout hard to control both male and female.