A RESearch on the PrEvalence and the Diagnosis of COPD and Its Tobacco-related Etiology
This trial is active, not recruiting.
|Condition||chronic obstructive pulmonary disease|
|Sponsor||Université Catholique de Louvain|
|Collaborator||Northern State Medical University|
|Start date||June 2012|
|End date||January 2017|
|Trial size||3133 participants|
|Trial identifier||NCT02307799, RESPECT2014|
The aim of the RESPECT study is to gain a better understanding of the prevalence, pathogenesis and symptoms of early chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD). This study seeks to address the following specific objectives/research questions: 1) to estimate the prevalence of airflow limitation (AL) and COPD in adults 35-70 years of age in St.Petersburg and Arkhangelsk based on sex, age, environmental conditions, socioeconomic status and smoking status; 2) to compare the prevalence of COPD in the study population based on the Global Strategy for Diagnosis, Management and Prevention of COPD (GOLD) and lower limit of normal (LLN) criteria; 3) to identify the diagnostic value of various signs, symptoms and background characteristics for the diagnosis of COPD; 4) to determine whether differences in background characteristics and inflammatory biomarkers are evident between smokers with and without COPD; and 5) to describe co-morbidity, functionality and global health status in a cohort of newly diagnosed COPD patients.
|United States||No locations recruiting|
|Other countries||No locations recruiting|
Change of lung function parameter (FEV1/FVC (Forced Vital Capacity) and FEV1)
time frame: Change from Baseline FEV1/FVC and FEV1 at 1 year
Change of positive predictive value of signs and symptoms
time frame: Change from Baseline signs and symptoms at 1 year
Change of inflammatory parameters
time frame: Change from Baseline inflammatory parameters at 1 year
Comorbidities (comorbidities for COPD)
time frame: Change from Baseline number of comorbidities at 1 year
all cause mortality
time frame: two years
Number of exacerbations with related hospitalizations
time frame: two years
Change of health status (The change in health status by the Questionnaire of the EuroQol Group Association)
time frame: Change from Baseline Health Status at 1 year
Male or female participants from 35 years up to 70 years old.
- Smokers aged 35-70 years with a smoking history of >10 pack-years.
- Completely irreversible airway obstruction based on the following criteria: FEV1/FVC < 0.70 according to GOLD criteria or FEV1/FVC < LLN. Test controls will include 100 participants based on the following criteria: •Smokers aged 35-70 years with a smoking history of >10 pack/years and without COPD according to GOLD or LLN criteria, without asthma (absence of symptoms), with a negative history of allergies, and free from use of bronchodilators.
- COPD exacerbation during last 3 months
- Patient did not sign an informed consent
- Patient refuses to participate
|Official title||A RESearch on the PrEvalence and the Diagnosis of COPD and Its Tobacco-related Etiology (RESPECT)|
|Principal investigator||Jean-Marie Degryse, professor|
|Description||Two northwestern of Russian Federation (RF) cities (St.Petersburg and Arkhangelsk) were selected for the RESPECT study. Fifteen primary care centers were invited to participate in this study. Fifteen investigators (10 from St.Petersburg and 5 from Arkhangelsk) were recruited (predominantly doctors and two highly educated nurses). All investigators received study information, including a detailed study protocol and recent guidelines on COPD, and participated in a three-week course on spirometry and the clinical diagnosis and management of obstructive lung diseases. The sample size was calculated based on two goals: 1) to determine a reliable estimate of the prevalence of COPD and 2) to estimate the diagnostic value of symptoms with an acceptable confidence interval. The sample size for the RESPECT study was estimated using 2828 subjects (based on an 8% prevalence of COPD in RF). Assuming an anticipated refusal rate of 20%, 3500 participants from St.Petersburg and 1500 from Arkhangelsk were invited to participate in this study. The analyses will include cross-sectional and prospective approaches. Prospective analyses will be performed on the entire cohort.|
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