Clinical Studies

Along with medical progress comes the continual development of new and better therapies for allergic overreactions.

Study Procedures

Study design, study duration and pharmaceuticals as well as additional medical investigations vary from study to study. However, in general our studies are conducted in the following way:

Inclusion

Study information, admission to the study, inclusion in the study, preliminary study-specific medical examination.

Screening

2-hour session in the provocation chamber. Allergic symptoms of a specific intensity must be shown, as prerequisite to participate in a study.

Medication Phase

Several hours spent in the provocation chamber (on average 4-6 hours). Administration of medication, medical examination.

Follow-Up

Medical follow-up examination and remuneration is paid out.