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Peridex (Chlorhexidine Gluconate) - Summary



Peridex is an oral rinse containing 0.12% chlorhexidine gluconate.

Peridex is indicated for use between dental visits as part of a professional program for the treatment of gingivitis as characterized by redness and swelling of the gingivae, including gingival bleeding upon probing. Peridex has not been tested among patients with acute necrotizing ulcerative gingivitis (ANUG). For patients having coexisting gingivitis and periodontitis, see PRECAUTIONS.

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Published Studies Related to Peridex (Chlorhexidine)

Implant decontamination with 2% chlorhexidine during surgical peri-implantitis treatment: a randomized, double-blind, controlled trial. [2015]
CONCLUSIONS: The use of a 2% CHX solution for implant surface decontamination

Implant decontamination with 2% chlorhexidine during surgical peri-implantitis treatment: a randomized, double-blind, controlled trial. [2014]
CONCLUSIONS: The use of a 2% CHX solution for implant surface decontamination

Evaluation of the antigingivitis effect of a chlorhexidine mouthwash with or without an antidiscoloration system compared to placebo during experimental gingivitis. [2014]
accumulation, and gingivitis... CONCLUSIONS: CHX with an ADS did not prevent plaque or gingivitis development. In

A preliminary comparison of the effect of 0.3% versus 0.2% chlorhexidine mouth rinse on de novo plaque formation: a monocentre randomized double-blind crossover trial. [2013]
CONCLUSION: Chlorhexidine is an effective oral antiseptic. The CHX 0.3% mouth

Chlorhexidine alcohol base mouthrinse versus Chlorhexidine formaldehyde base mouthrinse efficacy on plaque control: double blind, randomized clinical trials. [2013]
0.1% of Formaldehyde (CLX-F)... CONCLUSION: the results of this study showed that rinsing with an alcohol base

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Clinical Trials Related to Peridex (Chlorhexidine)

EXCEL: Change in Cardiometabolic Disease Risk Factors During an Interactive Fitness Program [Completed]
Childhood obesity has increased in prevalence over the past several decades and is predictive of adult type 2 diabetes and cardiovascular disease (CVD). Recent studies of children and youth suggest that exercise reduces cardiometabolic risk factors. Minimal data are available, however, on the effects of "exergaming" , interactive technology- mediated approaches to increasing physical activity in children and youth. This project involves a partnership between UMass Boston/GoKids Boston and Children's Hospital Boston featuring an interdisciplinary team of researchers and clinicians from pediatric cardiology, nursing, prevention and behavioral sciences and exercise physiology and is designed to examine the effects of exergaming on moderate or vigorous physical activity (MVPA) indices of adiposity, risk factors for cardiometabolic disease and self-competence in Boston Public School children. It is hypothesized that participation in the EXCEL/exergaming intervention for 60 minutes, three times per week for 12 weeks will significantly increase MVPA (as measured by accelerometers), pre- to- post intervention and compared to an Advice only (Nutrition Education) group. Results of this pilot study will guide and inform a larger study of exergaming in children from the Boston Public Schools.

Waterless Hand Cleansing With Chlorhexidine During the Perinatal Period [Recruiting]
Background (brief): 1. Burden: Neonatal death still unacceptably high in low income countries. The common causes of neonatal death are pneumonia, sepsis and omphalitis. Many neonatal infections occur because the mother's hands or the hands of the person who attended the birth are unclean. Our previous study found that there was substantial concern about excessive exposure of the mother or the neonate to water during handwashing because of the perception that frequent contact with water could lead to respiratory illness. 2. Knowledge gap: Chlorhexidine has been evaluated for use in hand hygiene applications in high-income countries, particularly in healthcare, but it has not been evaluated or promoted for hand cleansing at the household level in low- and middle-income countries. 3. Relevance: A waterless hand cleanser employing chlorhexidine would overcome important barriers to handwashing with soap, perceptions of cold resulting from exposure to water, and the time limitations perceived by mothers. Hypothesis: Mothers who are exposed to a chlorhexidine-based hand cleansing intervention will clean their hands (with chlorhexidine or soap and water) more frequently than mothers who are not exposed to the chlorhexidine-based hand cleansing program. Objectives: The primary objective 1. To demonstrate the behavioural impact of chlorhexidine-based hand hygiene intervention on hand cleansing of mothers during the neonatal period The secondary objectives 2. To demonstrate the impact of chlorhexidine-based hand hygiene intervention on hand cleansing of other family members, visitors to the neonate, and birth attendants during the neonatal period 3. To evaluate the acceptability of chlorhexidine for hand cleansing in the neonatal period among mothers, other family members, and birth attendants Methods: We propose a randomized controlled trial in a rural area of Bangladesh, with an active control. Randomization will be at the level of the participating pregnant woman. Each arm will include 150 participants. All intervention visits will follow baseline data collection. A trained health and hygiene promoter will carry out two visits in the antenatal period and one postnatal visit to deliver intervention messages. Outcome measures: 1. Observed hand cleansing behavior of mother with chlorhexidine or soap and water at critical times. 2. Observed hand cleansing behavior of other household members and visitors to home with chlorhexidine or soap and water at critical times.

Chlorhexidine Gluconate Oral Care for Adults Experiencing Trauma [Completed]

Chlorhexidine & Pneumonia in Nursing Home Residents [Active, not recruiting]
The purpose of this study is determine if topical oral application of a chlorhexidine antimicrobial spray will significantly reduce pneumonia and respiratory infections, and improve oral health compared to a placebo solution in nursing home residents.

Efficacy of 2% Chlorhexidine Gluconate in 70% Alcohol Compare 10% Povidone Iodine in Blood Culture in Children [Completed]
To evaluate the efficacy of 2% chlorhexidine gluconate in 70% alcohol compared with 10% povidone iodine in reducing blood culture contamination in pediatric patients.

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