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Clinical Study to Evaluate the Performance of Synthetic Polyurethane Male Condoms

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Okamoto Industries

Status

Active, not recruiting

Conditions

Performance of Synthetic Polyurethane Male Condom

Treatments

Device: Condom

Study type

Interventional

Funder types

Other
Industry

Identifiers

NCT05536336
2022-06

Details and patient eligibility

About

This study is a randomized, double-blinded, crossover and multi-center study to evaluate the clinical breakage and slippage of a new synthetic polyurethane male condom compared to a commercially available standard latex condom.

Full description

This study is a randomized, double-blinded, crossover and multi-center study to evaluate the clinical breakage and slippage of a new synthetic polyurethane male condom compared to a commercially available standard latex condom.

The duration of participation for each couple is approximately 6 weeks. Study subjects are given a set of one condom type to use for up to three consecutive weeks to complete each evaluation and then return for a set of the other condom type for another period of up to three weeks of evaluation.

The primary objective of this study is to determine whether the total clinical failure rate of a new test condom is comparable with the total clinical failure rate of a legally marketed latex condom when used during vaginal intercourse.

The secondary objective of this study is to evaluate the clinical slippage and breakage of the polyurethane and latex condoms, as well as user acceptance about using the devices and adverse events.

Enrollment

235 estimated patients

Sex

All

Ages

18 to 65 years old

Volunteers

Accepts Healthy Volunteers

Inclusion criteria

Subjects are required to meet ALL of the following criteria for randomization into the study:

  1. mutually monogamous, current relationship ≥ 3 months;
  2. 18 years to 65 years of age;
  3. sexually active, sufficient to meet protocol requirements; agree to have penile-vaginal intercourse with frequency sufficient to meet protocol requirements;
  4. agree to use only study condoms during time of participation;
  5. agree not to use drugs, ointments or non-study devices that can affect sexual performance or might affect the condom's physical property;
  6. able to understand instructions for correct use of condoms;
  7. no known sexually transmitted infections including HIV/AIDS;
  8. agree to use only lubricant(s) provided by the study;
  9. agree to return any unopened condoms and lubricants;
  10. agree not to wear any genital piercing jewelry while using study condoms;

l) willing to use the study products for minimum of 10 acts of vaginal intercourse within 6 weeks of study entry; l) willing and capable of following requirements of protocol, including willingness to respond to questions about reproductive and contraceptive history and use of condoms during interviews; m) agree to use and has internet/web access in order to complete the Diaries and Surveys using iMedNet's ePRO module; n) available for follow-up and reachable by telephone.

Exclusion criteria

Subjects will be excluded in ANY of the following exclusion criteria apply at the time of entry or at the time during the study. If either partner is (or becomes) aware that:

  1. he/she is allergic or sensitive to natural rubber latex or polyurethane,
  2. female partner is pregnant or desires to become so while participating in study,
  3. subject knowingly has a sexually transmitted infection,
  4. commercial sex workers,
  5. itinerant persons who cannot be able to complete the study, e.g. migrant farm workers,
  6. male partner has known erectile or ejaculatory dysfunction,
  7. either partner is using any medications or preparation applied topically or intravaginally to the genitalia other than that supplied for the study,
  8. either partner is an employee of study sponsor, competitor or affiliated with clinical research center,
  9. currently participating in another sexual health clinical study.

Trial design

Primary purpose

Prevention

Allocation

Randomized

Interventional model

Crossover Assignment

Masking

Triple Blind

235 participants in 2 patient groups

Okamoto Lubricated Synthetic Polyurethane Male Condom
Experimental group
Description:
The test device name is Okamoto 001 Lubricated Polyurethane Male Condom. The condom is made in Japan and conforms to ASTM D6324-11 (2017) Standard Test Methods for Male Condoms Made from Polyurethane.
Treatment:
Device: Condom
Latex condom
Active Comparator group
Description:
Commercially available latex lubricated condom.
Treatment:
Device: Condom

Trial contacts and locations

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