A Prospective, Randomized, Double-Blind, Placebo-Controlled, Multicenter, Phase 2b Study of OTO-104 Given as a Single Intratympanic Injection in Subjects with Unilateral Menieres Disease

Purpose

This study is recruiting participants 18 - 80yo who have been diagnosed with unilateral Meniere\\\\\\\'s Disease and are experiencing vertigo. If you meet enrollment criteria, you will be randomized to receive an intratympanic (eardrum) injection of either the study drug (OTO-104) or a placebo and will attend 6 clinic visits over a 5 month period. For more information, please call Leigh Anne Marshall at 352.273.5178; email: leighanne.marshall@ent.ufl.edu

Keywords

Menieres disease, vertigo, ear, ringing, dizzy

Principal Investigator

Patrick Antonelli, M.D.

Department

OTOLARYNGOLOGY

Contact Information

patrick.antonelli@ent.ufl.edu
3522735199

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