Asthma Study

Have you had an asthma attack in the last year? We are looking for adults with diagnosed severe asthma for research on a potential new rescue inhaler. Children aged 4 to 16 may also take part.


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If you qualify, use the link below to sign up and help improve the future of healthcare.

What is the Study?

Approximately 1 in 8 Kiwis take medication for asthma. New Zealand also has a higher prevalence of asthma compared to other developed countries. The standard treatment for asthma recommended by the Asthma + Respiratory Foundation NZ was changed in 2020 based on NZ-led research that showed a combination of a preventer and a reliever medication was much more effective in reducing asthma symptoms than using a reliever alone.

In this study, we are researching an experimental combination rescue inhaler. The medications fluticasone propionate (Flixotide) and Salbutamol (Ventolin) are already approved for use in New Zealand as individual inhaler medications. This research study will test how effective fluticasone propionate and salbutamol are in preventing asthma attacks when combined into one experimental inhaler. The research study will also look if the use of the experimental research study inhaler reduces the need for additional steroid treatment for asthma sufferers. Around 2200 people are taking part around the world.

Participants will continue using their usual (regular) maintenance asthma medications but would be required to exclusively use the research study drug inhaler as their reliever inhaler.

What Is Clinical Research?

Clinical research is the process of developing potential treatments for diseases. Medicines must pass through clinical trials to ensure their safety and effectiveness.

Trial Information

Do You Qualify For The Trial?

What You Need To Know

Join Our Research Study

Participating in a clinical study provides valuable insights, improves understanding, and may influence health outcomes for individuals. Contribute to research, help others, and be reimbursed for your time. Sign up for our Asthma Study via your closest study site linked below.

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