STAGE 2: RCT
Glasgow Royal Infirmary have taken over as the current RCT top recruiters...having only been active for a few months. The current top 5 recruiters are: Glasgow Royal Infirmary, Basildon University Hospital, The Royal Free Hospital, Royal Berkshire Hospital and Durham University Hospital. Well done!
STAGE 1: feasibility study
July 2016:114 out of 866 patients for the RCT have been recruited - well done to our top recruiting sites!
July 2016: Feasibility study analysis is complete and the primary endpoint (increase in serum albumin level to >30g/L) was met. Full results are being submitted for publication....watch this space!
June 2016: There are now 22 sites across the UK recruiting for stage 2 (RCT). Well done to Glasgow Royal Infirmary who are June's top recruiters!
Feasibility study recruitment complete (10/12/15): 80th and final patient for ATTIRE stage 1 has been recruited by Basildon Hospital making feasibility study recruitment complete!
Feasibility Study Protocol Paper Published in BMJ Open: click here to read
1st patient recruited (26/515):
Dr Gavin Wright and his team at Basildon University Hospital have recruited the first ATTIRE patient - well done!
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ATTIRE is funded via the HIC fund
This is a parallel funding partnership between the Wellcome Trust and the Department of Health to stimulate the creation of innovative healthcare products, technologies and interventions and to facilitate their development for the benefit of patients in the NHS and beyond.
ATTIRE aims to evaluate the re purposing of 20% Human Albumin Solution to prevent infection and augment the treatment of infection in acutely decompensated cirrhosis.
The Comprehensive Clinical Trials Unit at UCL will design, conduct, analyse and report high quality clinical trials and other well designed studies that fit with the research strategies of UCL and UCL Partners.
A trial to determine whether targeting a near normal serum level of albumin (35g/l) in patients admitted with acute decompensation of cirrhosis by repeated infusion of 20% human albumin solution throughout admission (maximum of 14 days) will lessen organ dysfunction, reduce nosocomial infections and improve mortality compared to standard of care.