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Clinical Study of Multiple Dose Genakumab for Injection in Chinese Healthy Adults
To evaluate the safety and tolerability of multiple-dose subcutaneous injections of Genakumab for Injection in Chinese healthy adult volunteers.
Clinical Transcriptomics in Systemic Vasculitis (CUTIS)
Multi-center observational study to evaluate the histopathology and transcriptome of cutaneous lesions in patients with several different types of vasculitis.
Clinical Trial to Evaluate the Safety and Efficacy of DWN12088 in Patients With IPF
This is a randomized, double-blinded, placebo-controlled multicenter study to evaluate the safety and efficacy of DWN12088 in patients with Idiopathic Pulmonary Fibrosis.
C-mo System 1.0's Validation - Cough Monitoring
Cough is one of the most reported symptoms, especially associated with respiratory diseases. Additionally, cough contains extremely insightful information regarding the patient's health. It is a symptom full of physiopathological information, which can be extremely helpful in clinical practice. However, cough is not currently used as a clinical biomarker given that: 1. Cough is an extremely subjective symptom for patients (patients can't accurately describe and understand their cough's traits). 2. There is currently no tool available to evaluate cough objectively and thoroughly. As such, there is an unmet medical need:...
Cohort of IPF Patients Experiencing an Exacerbation
Extension of the PFBIO cohort which includes patients with newly diagnosed idiopathic pulmonary fibrosis (IPF) for longitudinal follow-up for up to 5 years. In the PFBIO-EXA extension, patients are included if they experience an exacerbation, or other increase in respiratory symptoms requiring hospital admission, for further collection of clinical and biological data.
Collagen-targeted PET Imaging for Early Interstitial Lung Disease
The goal of this study is to investigate the ability of [68Ga]CBP8 to detect collagen deposition in early interstitial lung disease.
Collagen-targeted Positron Emission Tomography (PET) Imaging for Assessment of EGCG Effect
The primary purpose of this substudy is to determine if collagen-targeted PET using the type 1 collagen-targeted PET probe, Gallium-68 (68Ga)-labeled collagen binding probe 8 (CBP8) can inform as to drug effect of EGCG and assist in dose selection.
Collection of Airway, Blood and/or Urine Specimens From Subjects for Research Studies
The purpose of this study is to obtain biologic materials from the blood, airways and/or urine of normal individuals and individuals with lung disease. The normal are used to establish a set of normal ranges for various parameters. These provide control information when compared to individuals with various pulmonary diseases, and will help in understanding of the etiology and pathogenesis of various lung diseases. The underlying hypothesis is that the pathologic morphological changes in the airway epithelium must be preceded by changes in the gene expression pattern of the airway epithelium and potentially in macrophages.
Comparison of Imaging Quality Between Spectral Photon Counting Computed Tomography (SPCCT) and Dual Energy Computed Tomography (DECT)
This pilot study wants to determine to which extent SPCCT allows obtaining images with improved quality and diagnostic confidence when compared to standard Dual Energy CT (DECT), both with and without contrast agent injection. Depending on the anatomical structures/organs to be visualized during CT examinations, different scanning protocols are performed with quite variable ionizing radiation doses. Therefore, in order to obtain the most extensive and representative results of the improvement in image quality between SPCCT and DECT that will be performed CT imaging on several body regions and structures, including diabetic foot,...
Comparison of PR Efficiency in Home-based With Hospital-based PR in Bronchiectasis
The investigators aimed to compare the home-based Pulmonary Rehabilitation with the hospital-based pulmonary rehabilitation in terms of pulmonary rehabilitation efficiency in patient with bronchiectasis.