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Fasting Study of Quinapril Hydrochloride Tablets 40 mg and Accupril® Tablets 40 mg

Information source: Mylan Pharmaceuticals
Information obtained from ClinicalTrials.gov on June 20, 2008
Link to the current ClinicalTrials.gov record.

Condition(s) targeted: Healthy

Intervention: Quinapril Hydrochloride Tablets 40 mg (Drug); Accupril® Tablets 40 mg (Drug)

Phase: Phase 1

Status: Completed

Sponsored by: Mylan Pharmaceuticals

Official(s) and/or principal investigator(s):
James D Carlson, Pharm. D., Principal Investigator, Affiliation: PRACS Institute Ltd.

Summary

The objective of this study was to investigate the bioequivalence of Mylan quinapril hydrochloride 40 mg tablets compared to Parke-Davis Accupril 40 mg tablets following a single, oral 40 mg (1 x 40 mg) dose under fasting conditions.

Clinical Details

Official title: Single-Dose Fasting In Vivo Bioequivalence Study of Quinapril Hydrochloride Tablets (40 mg; Mylan) and Accupril Tablets (40 mg; Parke-Davis) in Healthy Volunteers

Study design: Other, Randomized, Open Label, Crossover Assignment, Bio-equivalence Study

Primary outcome: Bioequivalence

Eligibility

Minimum age: 18 Years. Maximum age: N/A. Gender(s): Both.

Criteria:

Inclusion Criteria:

1. Age: 18 years and older.

2. Sex: Male and/or non-pregnant, non-lactating female

1. Women of childbearing potential must have negative serum beta-human chorionic gonadotropin (HCG) pregnancy tests performed within 14 days prior to of the study and on the evening prior to each dose administration. If dosing is scheduled on Sunday or Monday, the beta-HCG pregnancy test should be given within 48 hours prior to dosing of each study period. An additional serum (beta-HCG) pregnancy test will be performed upon completion of the study.

2. Women of childbearing potential must practice abstinence or be using an acceptable form of contraception throughout the duration of the study. Acceptable forms of contraception include the following:

1. oral contraceptives initiated at least 3 months prior to the start of the study and continued during the study, or

2. intrauterine device in place for at least 3 months prior to the start of the study and remaining in place during the study period, or

3. barrier methods containing or used in conjunction with a spermicidal agent, or

4. surgical sterility (tubal ligation, oophorectomy or hysterectomy) or postmenopausal accompanied with a documented postmenopausal course of at least one year .

3. During the course of the study, from study screen until study exit - including

the washout period, women of childbearing potential must use a spermicide containing barrier method of contraception in addition to their current contraceptive method. This advice should be documented in the informed consent form.

3. Weight: At least 60 kg (132 lbs) for man and 48 kg (106 lbs) for women and within 15% of Ideal Body Weight (IBW), as referenced by the Table of "Desirable Weights of Adults" Metropolitan Life Insurance Company, 1999 (See Part II ADMINISTRATIVE ASPECTS OF BIOEQUIVALENCE PROTOCOLS).

4. All subjects should be judged normal and healthy during a pre-study medical evaluation (physical examination, laboratory evaluation, 12-lead ECG, hepatitis B and hepatitis C tests, HIV test, and urine drug screen including amphetamine, barbiturates, benzodiazepine, cannabinoid, cocaine, opiate screen, phencyclidine, and methadone) performed within 14 days of the initial dose of study medication.

Exclusion Criteria:

1. Institutionalized subjects will not be used.

2. Social Habits:

1. Use of any tobacco products within 1 year of the start of the study.

2. Ingestion of any alcoholic, caffeine- or xanthine-containing food or beverage within the 48 hours prior to the initial dose of study medication.

3. Ingestion of any vitamins or herbal products within the 48 hours prior to the initial dose of the study medication.

4. Any recent, significant change in dietary or exercise habits.

5. A positive test for any drug included in the urine drug screen.

3. Medications:

1. Use of any medication within the last 14 days prior to the initial dose of study medication, excluding hormonal contraceptives and hormonal replacement therapy initiated at least 3 months prior to study medication dosing.

2. Use of any medication known to alter hepatic enzyme activity within 28 days prior to the initial dose of study medication, excluding hormonal contraceptives and hormonal replacement therapy initiated at least 3 months prior to study medication dosing.

4. Diseases:

1. History of any significant chronic disease and/or hepatitis.

2. History of drug and/or alcohol abuse.

3. Acute illness at the time of either the prestudy medical evaluation or dosing.

4. A positive HIV, hepatitis B or Hepatitis C test.

5. Abnormal and clinically significant laboratory test results:

1. Clinically significant deviation from the Guide to Clinically Relevant Abnormalities (See Part II ADMINISTRATIVE ASPECTS OF BIOEQUIVALENCE PROTOCOLS).

2. Abnormal and clinically relevant ECG tracing.

6. Donation or loss of a significant volume of blood or plasma (> 450 mL) within 28 days prior to the initial dose of study medication.

7. Subjects who have received an investigational drug within 30 days prior to the initial dose of study medication.

8. Allergy or hypersensitivity to quinapril or other related products.

9. History of difficulties in swallowing, or any gastrointestinal disease which could affect the drug absorption.

Locations and Contacts

PRACS Institute, Ltd., Fargo, North Dakota 58104, United States
Additional Information

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Starting date: December 2002
Ending date: January 2003
Last updated: March 31, 2008

Page last updated: June 20, 2008

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