Sustained Therapeutics is conducting clinical trials for our innovative and patented sustained-release formulation of Lidocaine, called ST-01, for several different pain indications. Below is information about each ongoing clinical trial.
If you wish to participate in one of our clinical trials, kindly contact the nearest site directly from the list provided below for eligibility requirements. You can also find more detailed information about the studies from the links below each study on ClinicalTrials.gov, which is a public registry of clinical trials conducted globally.
A clinical trial is a research study that treats volunteer patients with an investigational drug in order to develop new treatments or medications for diseases and medical conditions. Virtually all medical advancements are thanks to the many volunteer patients that participate in clinical trials each year furthering the information about potential new drugs that could ultimately help millions of patients.
Each clinical trial is regulated in Canada by Health Canada, and outside of Canada by regulatory bodies in each country where the trial is being conducted. Clinical trials are required to be conducted in compliance with strict regulations and the data submitted to the regulatory body for review in order to ensure new drugs are safe and effective for the patients they are intended to treat.
The ST-CP-201 Clinical trial is being conducted in subjects that are scheduled for pelvic surgery (inguinal incision, circumcision, scrotal surgery or hemorrhoidectomy). The study is being conducted at 2 centers in Vancouver and is expected to enroll approximately 60 participants. The purpose of the study is to determine if a single injection of ST-01 is safe and effective in reducing post-operative pain and opioid use as compared to a control group who receive the current standard of care.
Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada, V5Z 1M9
Contact: Clinical Trials Coordinator, 604-875-4111 ext. 67898
Principal Investigator: Ryan Flannigan, MD
Department of Surgery, St. Paul’s Hospital
Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada V6Z 1Y6
Contact: ST-CP-201 Study, Clinical Trials Coordinator
604-682-2344 ext. 66040
Principal Investigator: Dr. Amandeep Ghuman
The ST-CP-202 Clinical trial is being conducted in male patients that have been experiencing chronic scrotal pain for more than 3 months. The study is being conducted at 4 centers across Canada and is expected to enroll approximately 63 participants. The purpose of the study is to determine if repeat injections of ST-01 are safe and effective in reducing chronic scrotal pain as compared to a control group receiving standard of care lidocaine.In this study, all control participants will be given the opportunity to crossover to an ST-01 treatment arm.
Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada, R3P 2S8
Contact: Landon – Clinical Trial Coordinator
Principal Investigator: Premal Patel, MD
Toronto, Ontario, Canada, M5G 1X5
Contact: Clinical Trials Coordinator
Principal Investigator: Keith Jarvi, MD
Ottawa, Ontario, Canada, K1Y 4E9
Principal Investigator: Luke Witherspoon, MD
Automated page speed optimizations for fast site performance