Características de los ensayos clínicos autorizados en el Perú, 1995-2012

Gabriela Minaya, Duilio Fuentes, Cristian Obregón, Beatriz Ayala-Quintanilla, Martín Yagui

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Objective. To identify main characteristics of clinical trials (CT) authorized by the National Institute of Health (INS) of Peru from 1995 to August 2012. Material and methods. Cross-sectional study, which reviewed all records of CT submitted for review and possible approval by INS, whose data are part of the Peruvian Registry of Clinical Trials. We performed a descriptive analysis of the states of the CT approval and other characteristics.Results. 1475 clinical trials were assessed, of which 1255 (85.1%) were authorized. From 1 clinical trial officially registered in 1995, its quantity increased to 176 trials submitted in 2008, and then, declined to 128 in 2011. Among the approved CT, 64.1% was in Phase III. Oncology (22.4%), infectious diseases (15.5%) and endocrinology (12.7%) were the most studied specialties and a only 1.2% were for neglected tropical diseases. The oral hypoglycemic drugs, systemic antiviral and antineoplastic agents were the most studied investigational products. The transnational pharmaceutical industry was the main sponsor (87.1%) and executors (62.3%) of clinical trials were mostly in Lima. Conclusions. Clinical trials in Peru mainly focus on noncommunicable diseases and phase III studies. The pharmaceutical industry is the main sponsor. A very small number of authorized clinical trials in Peru were for neglected tropical diseases that shows little attention to the health problems in vulnerable populations.

Título traducido de la contribuciónCharacteristics of clinical trials authorized in Peru: 1995-2012
Idioma originalEspañol
Páginas (desde-hasta)431-436
Número de páginas6
PublicaciónRevista Peruana de Medicina de Experimental y Salud Publica
Volumen29
N.º4
DOI
EstadoPublicada - 2012

Palabras clave

  • Biomedical research
  • Clinical research
  • Clinical trials as topic
  • Drug utilization
  • Health care coordination and monitoring
  • Peru
  • Provider-sponsored organizations

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