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Registration number
NCT00876447
Ethics application status
Date submitted
1/04/2009
Date registered
3/04/2009
Date last updated
18/04/2019

Titles & IDs
Public title
A Long-term Follow-up Study of Botulinum Toxin Type A in Patients With Overactive Bladder as a Result of Spinal Injury or Multiple Sclerosis
Scientific title
Secondary ID [1] 0 0
191622-094
Universal Trial Number (UTN)
Trial acronym
Linked study record

Health condition
Health condition(s) or problem(s) studied:
Overactive Bladder 0 0
Overactive Bladder 0 0
Overactive Bladder 0 0
Condition category
Condition code
Renal and Urogenital 0 0 0 0
Other renal and urogenital disorders

Intervention/exposure
Study type
Interventional
Description of intervention(s) / exposure
Other interventions - Botulinum Toxin Type A 300U
Other interventions - Botulinum Toxin Type A 200U
Other interventions - Botulinum Toxin Type A 300U
Other interventions - Botulinum Toxin Type A 200U
Other interventions - Botulinum Toxin Type A 300U
Other interventions - Botulinum Toxin Type A 200U

Experimental: Botulinum Toxin Type A 300U - Botulinum toxin Type A 300U injections into the detrusor > 12 weeks as needed for up to 3 years.

Experimental: Botulinum Toxin Type A 200U - Botulinum toxin Type A 200U injections into the detrusor > 12 weeks as needed for up to 3 years.

Experimental: Botulinum Toxin Type A 300U - Botulinum toxin Type A 300U injections into the detrusor > 12 weeks as needed for up to 3 years.

Experimental: Botulinum Toxin Type A 200U - Botulinum toxin Type A 200U injections into the detrusor > 12 weeks as needed for up to 3 years.

Experimental: Botulinum Toxin Type A 300U - Botulinum toxin Type A 300U injections into the detrusor > 12 weeks as needed for up to 3 years.

Experimental: Botulinum Toxin Type A 200U - Botulinum toxin Type A 200U injections into the detrusor > 12 weeks as needed for up to 3 years.


Other interventions: Botulinum Toxin Type A 300U
Botulinum toxin Type A 300U injections into the detrusor > 12 weeks as needed for up to 3 years.

Other interventions: Botulinum Toxin Type A 200U
Botulinum toxin Type A 200U injections into the detrusor > 12 weeks as needed for up to 3 years.

Other interventions: Botulinum Toxin Type A 300U
Botulinum toxin Type A 300U injections into the detrusor > 12 weeks as needed for up to 3 years.

Other interventions: Botulinum Toxin Type A 200U
Botulinum toxin Type A 200U injections into the detrusor > 12 weeks as needed for up to 3 years.

Other interventions: Botulinum Toxin Type A 300U
Botulinum toxin Type A 300U injections into the detrusor > 12 weeks as needed for up to 3 years.

Other interventions: Botulinum Toxin Type A 200U
Botulinum toxin Type A 200U injections into the detrusor > 12 weeks as needed for up to 3 years.

Intervention code [1] 0 0
Other interventions
Comparator / control treatment
Control group

Outcomes
Primary outcome [1] 0 0
Change From Study Baseline in the Daily Average Number of Urinary Incontinence Episodes - Urinary incontinence is defined as involuntary loss of urine as recorded in a patient bladder diary in the 3 consecutive days prior to each study visit for study 191622-094 (or 7 days prior to each visit in study 191622-515 or 191622-516). The number of incontinence episodes are averaged daily during this period. The initial study baseline is obtained from the patient bladder diary in the 7 consecutive days prior to the first treatment in either study 191622-515 or 191622-516. A negative number change from baseline indicates a reduction in incontinence episodes (improvement).
Timepoint [1] 0 0
Study Baseline, Week 6 Treatment Cycle 1
Primary outcome [2] 0 0
Change From Study Baseline in the Daily Average Number of Urinary Incontinence Episodes - Urinary incontinence is defined as involuntary loss of urine as recorded in a patient bladder diary in the 3 consecutive days prior to each study visit for study 191622-094 (or 7 days prior to each visit in study 191622-515 or 191622-516). The number of incontinence episodes are averaged daily during this period. The initial study baseline is obtained from the patient bladder diary in the 7 consecutive days prior to the first treatment in either study 191622-515 or 191622-516. A negative number change from baseline indicates a reduction in incontinence episodes (improvement).
Timepoint [2] 0 0
Study Baseline, Week 6 Treatment Cycle 2
Primary outcome [3] 0 0
Change From Study Baseline in the Daily Average Number of Urinary Incontinence Episodes - Urinary incontinence is defined as involuntary loss of urine as recorded in a patient bladder diary in the 3 consecutive days prior to each study visit for study 191622-094 (or 7 days prior to each visit in study 191622-515 or 191622-516). The number of incontinence episodes are averaged daily during this period. The initial study baseline is obtained from the patient bladder diary in the 7 consecutive days prior to the first treatment in either study 191622-515 or 191622-516. A negative number change from baseline indicates a reduction in incontinence episodes (improvement).
Timepoint [3] 0 0
Study Baseline, Week 6 Treatment Cycle 3
Primary outcome [4] 0 0
Change From Study Baseline in the Daily Average Number of Urinary Incontinence Episodes - Urinary incontinence is defined as involuntary loss of urine as recorded in a patient bladder diary in the 3 consecutive days prior to each study visit for study 191622-094 (or 7 days prior to each visit in study 191622-515 or 191622-516). The number of incontinence episodes are averaged daily during this period. The initial study baseline is obtained from the patient bladder diary in the 7 consecutive days prior to the first treatment in either study 191622-515 or 191622-516. A negative number change from baseline indicates a reduction in incontinence episodes (improvement).
Timepoint [4] 0 0
Study Baseline, Week 6 Treatment Cycle 4
Primary outcome [5] 0 0
Change From Study Baseline in the Daily Average Number of Urinary Incontinence Episodes - Urinary incontinence is defined as involuntary loss of urine as recorded in a patient bladder diary in the 3 consecutive days prior to each study visit for study 191622-094 (or 7 days prior to each visit in study 191622-515 or 191622-516). The number of incontinence episodes are averaged daily during this period. The initial study baseline is obtained from the patient bladder diary in the 7 consecutive days prior to the first treatment in either study 191622-515 or 191622-516. A negative number change from baseline indicates a reduction in incontinence episodes (improvement).
Timepoint [5] 0 0
Study Baseline, Week 6 Treatment Cycle 5
Primary outcome [6] 0 0
Change From Study Baseline in the Daily Average Number of Urinary Incontinence Episodes - Urinary incontinence is defined as involuntary loss of urine as recorded in a patient bladder diary in the 3 consecutive days prior to each study visit for study 191622-094 (or 7 days prior to each visit in study 191622-515 or 191622-516). The number of incontinence episodes are averaged daily during this period. The initial study baseline is obtained from the patient bladder diary in the 7 consecutive days prior to the first treatment in either study 191622-515 or 191622-516. A negative number change from baseline indicates a reduction in incontinence episodes (improvement).
Timepoint [6] 0 0
Study Baseline, Week 6 Treatment Cycle 1
Primary outcome [7] 0 0
Change From Study Baseline in the Daily Average Number of Urinary Incontinence Episodes - Urinary incontinence is defined as involuntary loss of urine as recorded in a patient bladder diary in the 3 consecutive days prior to each study visit for study 191622-094 (or 7 days prior to each visit in study 191622-515 or 191622-516). The number of incontinence episodes are averaged daily during this period. The initial study baseline is obtained from the patient bladder diary in the 7 consecutive days prior to the first treatment in either study 191622-515 or 191622-516. A negative number change from baseline indicates a reduction in incontinence episodes (improvement).
Timepoint [7] 0 0
Study Baseline, Week 6 Treatment Cycle 2
Primary outcome [8] 0 0
Change From Study Baseline in the Daily Average Number of Urinary Incontinence Episodes - Urinary incontinence is defined as involuntary loss of urine as recorded in a patient bladder diary in the 3 consecutive days prior to each study visit for study 191622-094 (or 7 days prior to each visit in study 191622-515 or 191622-516). The number of incontinence episodes are averaged daily during this period. The initial study baseline is obtained from the patient bladder diary in the 7 consecutive days prior to the first treatment in either study 191622-515 or 191622-516. A negative number change from baseline indicates a reduction in incontinence episodes (improvement).
Timepoint [8] 0 0
Study Baseline, Week 6 Treatment Cycle 3
Primary outcome [9] 0 0
Change From Study Baseline in the Daily Average Number of Urinary Incontinence Episodes - Urinary incontinence is defined as involuntary loss of urine as recorded in a patient bladder diary in the 3 consecutive days prior to each study visit for study 191622-094 (or 7 days prior to each visit in study 191622-515 or 191622-516). The number of incontinence episodes are averaged daily during this period. The initial study baseline is obtained from the patient bladder diary in the 7 consecutive days prior to the first treatment in either study 191622-515 or 191622-516. A negative number change from baseline indicates a reduction in incontinence episodes (improvement).
Timepoint [9] 0 0
Study Baseline, Week 6 Treatment Cycle 4
Primary outcome [10] 0 0
Change From Study Baseline in the Daily Average Number of Urinary Incontinence Episodes - Urinary incontinence is defined as involuntary loss of urine as recorded in a patient bladder diary in the 3 consecutive days prior to each study visit for study 191622-094 (or 7 days prior to each visit in study 191622-515 or 191622-516). The number of incontinence episodes are averaged daily during this period. The initial study baseline is obtained from the patient bladder diary in the 7 consecutive days prior to the first treatment in either study 191622-515 or 191622-516. A negative number change from baseline indicates a reduction in incontinence episodes (improvement).
Timepoint [10] 0 0
Study Baseline, Week 6 Treatment Cycle 5
Primary outcome [11] 0 0
Change From Study Baseline in the Daily Average Number of Urinary Incontinence Episodes - Urinary incontinence is defined as involuntary loss of urine as recorded in a patient bladder diary in the 3 consecutive days prior to each study visit for study 191622-094 (or 7 days prior to each visit in study 191622-515 or 191622-516). The number of incontinence episodes are averaged daily during this period. The initial study baseline is obtained from the patient bladder diary in the 7 consecutive days prior to the first treatment in either study 191622-515 or 191622-516. A negative number change from baseline indicates a reduction in incontinence episodes (improvement).
Timepoint [11] 0 0
Study Baseline, Week 6 Treatment Cycle 1
Primary outcome [12] 0 0
Change From Study Baseline in the Daily Average Number of Urinary Incontinence Episodes - Urinary incontinence is defined as involuntary loss of urine as recorded in a patient bladder diary in the 3 consecutive days prior to each study visit for study 191622-094 (or 7 days prior to each visit in study 191622-515 or 191622-516). The number of incontinence episodes are averaged daily during this period. The initial study baseline is obtained from the patient bladder diary in the 7 consecutive days prior to the first treatment in either study 191622-515 or 191622-516. A negative number change from baseline indicates a reduction in incontinence episodes (improvement).
Timepoint [12] 0 0
Study Baseline, Week 6 Treatment Cycle 2
Primary outcome [13] 0 0
Change From Study Baseline in the Daily Average Number of Urinary Incontinence Episodes - Urinary incontinence is defined as involuntary loss of urine as recorded in a patient bladder diary in the 3 consecutive days prior to each study visit for study 191622-094 (or 7 days prior to each visit in study 191622-515 or 191622-516). The number of incontinence episodes are averaged daily during this period. The initial study baseline is obtained from the patient bladder diary in the 7 consecutive days prior to the first treatment in either study 191622-515 or 191622-516. A negative number change from baseline indicates a reduction in incontinence episodes (improvement).
Timepoint [13] 0 0
Study Baseline, Week 6 Treatment Cycle 3
Primary outcome [14] 0 0
Change From Study Baseline in the Daily Average Number of Urinary Incontinence Episodes - Urinary incontinence is defined as involuntary loss of urine as recorded in a patient bladder diary in the 3 consecutive days prior to each study visit for study 191622-094 (or 7 days prior to each visit in study 191622-515 or 191622-516). The number of incontinence episodes are averaged daily during this period. The initial study baseline is obtained from the patient bladder diary in the 7 consecutive days prior to the first treatment in either study 191622-515 or 191622-516. A negative number change from baseline indicates a reduction in incontinence episodes (improvement).
Timepoint [14] 0 0
Study Baseline, Week 6 Treatment Cycle 4
Primary outcome [15] 0 0
Change From Study Baseline in the Daily Average Number of Urinary Incontinence Episodes - Urinary incontinence is defined as involuntary loss of urine as recorded in a patient bladder diary in the 3 consecutive days prior to each study visit for study 191622-094 (or 7 days prior to each visit in study 191622-515 or 191622-516). The number of incontinence episodes are averaged daily during this period. The initial study baseline is obtained from the patient bladder diary in the 7 consecutive days prior to the first treatment in either study 191622-515 or 191622-516. A negative number change from baseline indicates a reduction in incontinence episodes (improvement).
Timepoint [15] 0 0
Study Baseline, Week 6 Treatment Cycle 5
Secondary outcome [1] 0 0
Change From Study Baseline in the Incontinence Quality of Life Instrument (I-QOL) Total Summary Score - The I-QOL questionnaire is a validated, disease-specific quality of life (QOL) questionnaire containing 22 questions designed to measure the impact of urinary incontinence on patients' lives. Each question is answered on a 5-point scale (1 = worst QOL and 5 = best QOL). The scores are totaled over the 22 questions and normalized to a score of 0-100 (0 = worst QOL and 100= best QOL). The I-QOL total score is calculated by combining the 22-item subscores from the 3 I-QOL domains: Avoidance Limiting Behavior, Psychological Impact, and Social Embarrassment. The initial study baseline is obtained from data collected prior to the first treatment in Study 191622-515 or 191622-516. Positive number changes from baseline indicate improved QOL.
Timepoint [1] 0 0
Study Baseline, Week 6 Treatment Cycle 1
Secondary outcome [2] 0 0
Change From Study Baseline in the Incontinence Quality of Life Instrument (I-QOL) Total Summary Score - The I-QOL questionnaire is a validated, disease-specific quality of life (QOL) questionnaire containing 22 questions designed to measure the impact of urinary incontinence on patients' lives. Each question is answered on a 5-point scale (1 = worst QOL and 5 = best QOL). The scores are totaled over the 22 questions and normalized to a score of 0-100 (0 = worst QOL and 100= best QOL). The I-QOL total score is calculated by combining the 22-item subscores from the 3 I-QOL domains: Avoidance Limiting Behavior, Psychological Impact, and Social Embarrassment. The initial study baseline is obtained from data collected prior to the first treatment in Study 191622-515 or 191622-516. Positive number changes from baseline indicate improved QOL.
Timepoint [2] 0 0
Study Baseline, Week 6 Treatment Cycle 2
Secondary outcome [3] 0 0
Change From Study Baseline in the Incontinence Quality of Life Instrument (I-QOL) Total Summary Score - The I-QOL questionnaire is a validated, disease-specific quality of life (QOL) questionnaire containing 22 questions designed to measure the impact of urinary incontinence on patients' lives. Each question is answered on a 5-point scale (1 = worst QOL and 5 = best QOL). The scores are totaled over the 22 questions and normalized to a score of 0-100 (0 = worst QOL and 100= best QOL). The I-QOL total score is calculated by combining the 22-item subscores from the 3 I-QOL domains: Avoidance Limiting Behavior, Psychological Impact, and Social Embarrassment. The initial study baseline is obtained from data collected prior to the first treatment in Study 191622-515 or 191622-516. Positive number changes from baseline indicate improved QOL.
Timepoint [3] 0 0
Study Baseline, Week 6 Treatment Cycle 3
Secondary outcome [4] 0 0
Change From Study Baseline in the Incontinence Quality of Life Instrument (I-QOL) Total Summary Score - The I-QOL questionnaire is a validated, disease-specific quality of life (QOL) questionnaire containing 22 questions designed to measure the impact of urinary incontinence on patients' lives. Each question is answered on a 5-point scale (1 = worst QOL and 5 = best QOL). The scores are totaled over the 22 questions and normalized to a score of 0-100 (0 = worst QOL and 100= best QOL). The I-QOL total score is calculated by combining the 22-item subscores from the 3 I-QOL domains: Avoidance Limiting Behavior, Psychological Impact, and Social Embarrassment. The initial study baseline is obtained from data collected prior to the first treatment in Study 191622-515 or 191622-516. Positive number changes from baseline indicate improved QOL.
Timepoint [4] 0 0
Study Baseline, Week 6 Treatment Cycle 4
Secondary outcome [5] 0 0
Change From Study Baseline in the Incontinence Quality of Life Instrument (I-QOL) Total Summary Score - The I-QOL questionnaire is a validated, disease-specific quality of life (QOL) questionnaire containing 22 questions designed to measure the impact of urinary incontinence on patients' lives. Each question is answered on a 5-point scale (1 = worst QOL and 5 = best QOL). The scores are totaled over the 22 questions and normalized to a score of 0-100 (0 = worst QOL and 100= best QOL). The I-QOL total score is calculated by combining the 22-item subscores from the 3 I-QOL domains: Avoidance Limiting Behavior, Psychological Impact, and Social Embarrassment. The initial study baseline is obtained from data collected prior to the first treatment in Study 191622-515 or 191622-516. Positive number changes from baseline indicate improved QOL.
Timepoint [5] 0 0
Study Baseline, Week 6 Treatment Cycle 5
Secondary outcome [6] 0 0
Change From Study Baseline in Volume Per Void - The total volume voided (voluntary or by catheterization) is recorded by the patient over a 24-hour period preceding the study visit. The average volume per voiding episode is derived by dividing the total volume collected in a 24-hour period by the total number of urinary episodes with volume recorded in the same 24-hour period. The initial study baseline is obtained from data collected prior to the first treatment in Study 191622-515 or 191622-516. Positive number changes from baseline indicate improvement.
Timepoint [6] 0 0
Study Baseline, Week 6 Treatment Cycle 1
Secondary outcome [7] 0 0
Change From Study Baseline in Volume Per Void - The total volume voided (voluntary or by catheterization) is recorded by the patient over a 24-hour period preceding the study visit. The average volume per voiding episode is derived by dividing the total volume collected in a 24-hour period by the total number of urinary episodes with volume recorded in the same 24-hour period. The initial study baseline is obtained from data collected prior to the first treatment in Study 191622-515 or 191622-516. Positive number changes from baseline indicate improvement.
Timepoint [7] 0 0
Study Baseline, Week 6 Treatment Cycle 2
Secondary outcome [8] 0 0
Change From Study Baseline in Volume Per Void - The total volume voided (voluntary or by catheterization) is recorded by the patient over a 24-hour period preceding the study visit. The average volume per voiding episode is derived by dividing the total volume collected in a 24-hour period by the total number of urinary episodes with volume recorded in the same 24-hour period. The initial study baseline is obtained from data collected prior to the first treatment in Study 191622-515 or 191622-516. Positive number changes from baseline indicate improvement.
Timepoint [8] 0 0
Study Baseline, Week 6 Treatment Cycle 3
Secondary outcome [9] 0 0
Change From Study Baseline in Volume Per Void - The total volume voided (voluntary or by catheterization) is recorded by the patient over a 24-hour period preceding the study visit. The average volume per voiding episode is derived by dividing the total volume collected in a 24-hour period by the total number of urinary episodes with volume recorded in the same 24-hour period. The initial study baseline is obtained from data collected prior to the first treatment in Study 191622-515 or 191622-516. Positive number changes from baseline indicate improvement.
Timepoint [9] 0 0
Study Baseline, Week 6 Treatment Cycle 4
Secondary outcome [10] 0 0
Change From Study Baseline in Volume Per Void - The total volume voided (voluntary or by catheterization) is recorded by the patient over a 24-hour period preceding the study visit. The average volume per voiding episode is derived by dividing the total volume collected in a 24-hour period by the total number of urinary episodes with volume recorded in the same 24-hour period. The initial study baseline is obtained from data collected prior to the first treatment in Study 191622-515 or 191622-516. Positive number changes from baseline indicate improvement.
Timepoint [10] 0 0
Study Baseline, Week 6 Treatment Cycle 5
Secondary outcome [11] 0 0
Change From Study Baseline in the Incontinence Quality of Life Instrument (I-QOL) Total Summary Score - The I-QOL questionnaire is a validated, disease-specific quality of life (QOL) questionnaire containing 22 questions designed to measure the impact of urinary incontinence on patients' lives. Each question is answered on a 5-point scale (1 = worst QOL and 5 = best QOL). The scores are totaled over the 22 questions and normalized to a score of 0-100 (0 = worst QOL and 100= best QOL). The I-QOL total score is calculated by combining the 22-item subscores from the 3 I-QOL domains: Avoidance Limiting Behavior, Psychological Impact, and Social Embarrassment. The initial study baseline is obtained from data collected prior to the first treatment in Study 191622-515 or 191622-516. Positive number changes from baseline indicate improved QOL.
Timepoint [11] 0 0
Study Baseline, Week 6 Treatment Cycle 1
Secondary outcome [12] 0 0
Change From Study Baseline in the Incontinence Quality of Life Instrument (I-QOL) Total Summary Score - The I-QOL questionnaire is a validated, disease-specific quality of life (QOL) questionnaire containing 22 questions designed to measure the impact of urinary incontinence on patients' lives. Each question is answered on a 5-point scale (1 = worst QOL and 5 = best QOL). The scores are totaled over the 22 questions and normalized to a score of 0-100 (0 = worst QOL and 100= best QOL). The I-QOL total score is calculated by combining the 22-item subscores from the 3 I-QOL domains: Avoidance Limiting Behavior, Psychological Impact, and Social Embarrassment. The initial study baseline is obtained from data collected prior to the first treatment in Study 191622-515 or 191622-516. Positive number changes from baseline indicate improved QOL.
Timepoint [12] 0 0
Study Baseline, Week 6 Treatment Cycle 2
Secondary outcome [13] 0 0
Change From Study Baseline in the Incontinence Quality of Life Instrument (I-QOL) Total Summary Score - The I-QOL questionnaire is a validated, disease-specific quality of life (QOL) questionnaire containing 22 questions designed to measure the impact of urinary incontinence on patients' lives. Each question is answered on a 5-point scale (1 = worst QOL and 5 = best QOL). The scores are totaled over the 22 questions and normalized to a score of 0-100 (0 = worst QOL and 100= best QOL). The I-QOL total score is calculated by combining the 22-item subscores from the 3 I-QOL domains: Avoidance Limiting Behavior, Psychological Impact, and Social Embarrassment. The initial study baseline is obtained from data collected prior to the first treatment in Study 191622-515 or 191622-516. Positive number changes from baseline indicate improved QOL.
Timepoint [13] 0 0
Study Baseline, Week 6 Treatment Cycle 3
Secondary outcome [14] 0 0
Change From Study Baseline in the Incontinence Quality of Life Instrument (I-QOL) Total Summary Score - The I-QOL questionnaire is a validated, disease-specific quality of life (QOL) questionnaire containing 22 questions designed to measure the impact of urinary incontinence on patients' lives. Each question is answered on a 5-point scale (1 = worst QOL and 5 = best QOL). The scores are totaled over the 22 questions and normalized to a score of 0-100 (0 = worst QOL and 100= best QOL). The I-QOL total score is calculated by combining the 22-item subscores from the 3 I-QOL domains: Avoidance Limiting Behavior, Psychological Impact, and Social Embarrassment. The initial study baseline is obtained from data collected prior to the first treatment in Study 191622-515 or 191622-516. Positive number changes from baseline indicate improved QOL.
Timepoint [14] 0 0
Study Baseline, Week 6 Treatment Cycle 4
Secondary outcome [15] 0 0
Change From Study Baseline in the Incontinence Quality of Life Instrument (I-QOL) Total Summary Score - The I-QOL questionnaire is a validated, disease-specific quality of life (QOL) questionnaire containing 22 questions designed to measure the impact of urinary incontinence on patients' lives. Each question is answered on a 5-point scale (1 = worst QOL and 5 = best QOL). The scores are totaled over the 22 questions and normalized to a score of 0-100 (0 = worst QOL and 100= best QOL). The I-QOL total score is calculated by combining the 22-item subscores from the 3 I-QOL domains: Avoidance Limiting Behavior, Psychological Impact, and Social Embarrassment. The initial study baseline is obtained from data collected prior to the first treatment in Study 191622-515 or 191622-516. Positive number changes from baseline indicate improved QOL.
Timepoint [15] 0 0
Study Baseline, Week 6 Treatment Cycle 5
Secondary outcome [16] 0 0
Change From Study Baseline in Volume Per Void - The total volume voided (voluntary or by catheterization) is recorded by the patient over a 24-hour period preceding the study visit. The average volume per voiding episode is derived by dividing the total volume collected in a 24-hour period by the total number of urinary episodes with volume recorded in the same 24-hour period. The initial study baseline is obtained from data collected prior to the first treatment in Study 191622-515 or 191622-516. Positive number changes from baseline indicate improvement.
Timepoint [16] 0 0
Study Baseline, Week 6 Treatment Cycle 1
Secondary outcome [17] 0 0
Change From Study Baseline in Volume Per Void - The total volume voided (voluntary or by catheterization) is recorded by the patient over a 24-hour period preceding the study visit. The average volume per voiding episode is derived by dividing the total volume collected in a 24-hour period by the total number of urinary episodes with volume recorded in the same 24-hour period. The initial study baseline is obtained from data collected prior to the first treatment in Study 191622-515 or 191622-516. Positive number changes from baseline indicate improvement.
Timepoint [17] 0 0
Study Baseline, Week 6 Treatment Cycle 2
Secondary outcome [18] 0 0
Change From Study Baseline in Volume Per Void - The total volume voided (voluntary or by catheterization) is recorded by the patient over a 24-hour period preceding the study visit. The average volume per voiding episode is derived by dividing the total volume collected in a 24-hour period by the total number of urinary episodes with volume recorded in the same 24-hour period. The initial study baseline is obtained from data collected prior to the first treatment in Study 191622-515 or 191622-516. Positive number changes from baseline indicate improvement.
Timepoint [18] 0 0
Study Baseline, Week 6 Treatment Cycle 3
Secondary outcome [19] 0 0
Change From Study Baseline in Volume Per Void - The total volume voided (voluntary or by catheterization) is recorded by the patient over a 24-hour period preceding the study visit. The average volume per voiding episode is derived by dividing the total volume collected in a 24-hour period by the total number of urinary episodes with volume recorded in the same 24-hour period. The initial study baseline is obtained from data collected prior to the first treatment in Study 191622-515 or 191622-516. Positive number changes from baseline indicate improvement.
Timepoint [19] 0 0
Study Baseline, Week 6 Treatment Cycle 4
Secondary outcome [20] 0 0
Change From Study Baseline in Volume Per Void - The total volume voided (voluntary or by catheterization) is recorded by the patient over a 24-hour period preceding the study visit. The average volume per voiding episode is derived by dividing the total volume collected in a 24-hour period by the total number of urinary episodes with volume recorded in the same 24-hour period. The initial study baseline is obtained from data collected prior to the first treatment in Study 191622-515 or 191622-516. Positive number changes from baseline indicate improvement.
Timepoint [20] 0 0
Study Baseline, Week 6 Treatment Cycle 5
Secondary outcome [21] 0 0
Change From Study Baseline in the Incontinence Quality of Life Instrument (I-QOL) Total Summary Score - The I-QOL questionnaire is a validated, disease-specific quality of life (QOL) questionnaire containing 22 questions designed to measure the impact of urinary incontinence on patients' lives. Each question is answered on a 5-point scale (1 = worst QOL and 5 = best QOL). The scores are totaled over the 22 questions and normalized to a score of 0-100 (0 = worst QOL and 100= best QOL). The I-QOL total score is calculated by combining the 22-item subscores from the 3 I-QOL domains: Avoidance Limiting Behavior, Psychological Impact, and Social Embarrassment. The initial study baseline is obtained from data collected prior to the first treatment in Study 191622-515 or 191622-516. Positive number changes from baseline indicate improved QOL.
Timepoint [21] 0 0
Study Baseline, Week 6 Treatment Cycle 1
Secondary outcome [22] 0 0
Change From Study Baseline in the Incontinence Quality of Life Instrument (I-QOL) Total Summary Score - The I-QOL questionnaire is a validated, disease-specific quality of life (QOL) questionnaire containing 22 questions designed to measure the impact of urinary incontinence on patients' lives. Each question is answered on a 5-point scale (1 = worst QOL and 5 = best QOL). The scores are totaled over the 22 questions and normalized to a score of 0-100 (0 = worst QOL and 100= best QOL). The I-QOL total score is calculated by combining the 22-item subscores from the 3 I-QOL domains: Avoidance Limiting Behavior, Psychological Impact, and Social Embarrassment. The initial study baseline is obtained from data collected prior to the first treatment in Study 191622-515 or 191622-516. Positive number changes from baseline indicate improved QOL.
Timepoint [22] 0 0
Study Baseline, Week 6 Treatment Cycle 2
Secondary outcome [23] 0 0
Change From Study Baseline in the Incontinence Quality of Life Instrument (I-QOL) Total Summary Score - The I-QOL questionnaire is a validated, disease-specific quality of life (QOL) questionnaire containing 22 questions designed to measure the impact of urinary incontinence on patients' lives. Each question is answered on a 5-point scale (1 = worst QOL and 5 = best QOL). The scores are totaled over the 22 questions and normalized to a score of 0-100 (0 = worst QOL and 100= best QOL). The I-QOL total score is calculated by combining the 22-item subscores from the 3 I-QOL domains: Avoidance Limiting Behavior, Psychological Impact, and Social Embarrassment. The initial study baseline is obtained from data collected prior to the first treatment in Study 191622-515 or 191622-516. Positive number changes from baseline indicate improved QOL.
Timepoint [23] 0 0
Study Baseline, Week 6 Treatment Cycle 3
Secondary outcome [24] 0 0
Change From Study Baseline in the Incontinence Quality of Life Instrument (I-QOL) Total Summary Score - The I-QOL questionnaire is a validated, disease-specific quality of life (QOL) questionnaire containing 22 questions designed to measure the impact of urinary incontinence on patients' lives. Each question is answered on a 5-point scale (1 = worst QOL and 5 = best QOL). The scores are totaled over the 22 questions and normalized to a score of 0-100 (0 = worst QOL and 100= best QOL). The I-QOL total score is calculated by combining the 22-item subscores from the 3 I-QOL domains: Avoidance Limiting Behavior, Psychological Impact, and Social Embarrassment. The initial study baseline is obtained from data collected prior to the first treatment in Study 191622-515 or 191622-516. Positive number changes from baseline indicate improved QOL.
Timepoint [24] 0 0
Study Baseline, Week 6 Treatment Cycle 4
Secondary outcome [25] 0 0
Change From Study Baseline in the Incontinence Quality of Life Instrument (I-QOL) Total Summary Score - The I-QOL questionnaire is a validated, disease-specific quality of life (QOL) questionnaire containing 22 questions designed to measure the impact of urinary incontinence on patients' lives. Each question is answered on a 5-point scale (1 = worst QOL and 5 = best QOL). The scores are totaled over the 22 questions and normalized to a score of 0-100 (0 = worst QOL and 100= best QOL). The I-QOL total score is calculated by combining the 22-item subscores from the 3 I-QOL domains: Avoidance Limiting Behavior, Psychological Impact, and Social Embarrassment. The initial study baseline is obtained from data collected prior to the first treatment in Study 191622-515 or 191622-516. Positive number changes from baseline indicate improved QOL.
Timepoint [25] 0 0
Study Baseline, Week 6 Treatment Cycle 5
Secondary outcome [26] 0 0
Change From Study Baseline in Volume Per Void - The total volume voided (voluntary or by catheterization) is recorded by the patient over a 24-hour period preceding the study visit. The average volume per voiding episode is derived by dividing the total volume collected in a 24-hour period by the total number of urinary episodes with volume recorded in the same 24-hour period. The initial study baseline is obtained from data collected prior to the first treatment in Study 191622-515 or 191622-516. Positive number changes from baseline indicate improvement.
Timepoint [26] 0 0
Study Baseline, Week 6 Treatment Cycle 1
Secondary outcome [27] 0 0
Change From Study Baseline in Volume Per Void - The total volume voided (voluntary or by catheterization) is recorded by the patient over a 24-hour period preceding the study visit. The average volume per voiding episode is derived by dividing the total volume collected in a 24-hour period by the total number of urinary episodes with volume recorded in the same 24-hour period. The initial study baseline is obtained from data collected prior to the first treatment in Study 191622-515 or 191622-516. Positive number changes from baseline indicate improvement.
Timepoint [27] 0 0
Study Baseline, Week 6 Treatment Cycle 2
Secondary outcome [28] 0 0
Change From Study Baseline in Volume Per Void - The total volume voided (voluntary or by catheterization) is recorded by the patient over a 24-hour period preceding the study visit. The average volume per voiding episode is derived by dividing the total volume collected in a 24-hour period by the total number of urinary episodes with volume recorded in the same 24-hour period. The initial study baseline is obtained from data collected prior to the first treatment in Study 191622-515 or 191622-516. Positive number changes from baseline indicate improvement.
Timepoint [28] 0 0
Study Baseline, Week 6 Treatment Cycle 3
Secondary outcome [29] 0 0
Change From Study Baseline in Volume Per Void - The total volume voided (voluntary or by catheterization) is recorded by the patient over a 24-hour period preceding the study visit. The average volume per voiding episode is derived by dividing the total volume collected in a 24-hour period by the total number of urinary episodes with volume recorded in the same 24-hour period. The initial study baseline is obtained from data collected prior to the first treatment in Study 191622-515 or 191622-516. Positive number changes from baseline indicate improvement.
Timepoint [29] 0 0
Study Baseline, Week 6 Treatment Cycle 4
Secondary outcome [30] 0 0
Change From Study Baseline in Volume Per Void - The total volume voided (voluntary or by catheterization) is recorded by the patient over a 24-hour period preceding the study visit. The average volume per voiding episode is derived by dividing the total volume collected in a 24-hour period by the total number of urinary episodes with volume recorded in the same 24-hour period. The initial study baseline is obtained from data collected prior to the first treatment in Study 191622-515 or 191622-516. Positive number changes from baseline indicate improvement.
Timepoint [30] 0 0
Study Baseline, Week 6 Treatment Cycle 5

Eligibility
Key inclusion criteria
- Patient has participated in study 191622-515 or 191622-516 and the following criteria
fulfilled:

- Patient completed at least 52 weeks in the preceding study.

- No longer than 6 months has elapsed since completion of the preceding study

- Patient has not received any prohibited medications during any intervening period
between the preceding study and this long-term study.
Minimum age
18 Years
Maximum age
No limit
Gender
Both males and females
Can healthy volunteers participate?
No
Key exclusion criteria
- History or evidence of pelvic or urologic abnormality.

- Previous or current diagnosis of bladder or prostate cancer.

Study design
Purpose of the study
Treatment
Allocation to intervention
Randomised controlled trial
Procedure for enrolling a subject and allocating the treatment (allocation concealment procedures)
Methods used to generate the sequence in which subjects will be randomised (sequence generation)
Masking / blinding
Blinded (masking used)
Who is / are masked / blinded?
The people receiving the treatment/s
The people administering the treatment/s
The people assessing the outcomes
The people analysing the results/data
Intervention assignment
Parallel
Other design features
Phase
Phase 3
Type of endpoint(s)
Statistical methods / analysis

Recruitment
Recruitment status
Completed
Data analysis
Reason for early stopping/withdrawal
Other reasons
Date of first participant enrolment
Anticipated
Actual
Date of last participant enrolment
Anticipated
Actual
Date of last data collection
Anticipated
Actual
Sample size
Target
Accrual to date
Final
Recruitment in Australia
Recruitment state(s)
Recruitment hospital [1] 0 0
- Randwick
Recruitment postcode(s) [1] 0 0
- Randwick
Recruitment outside Australia
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United States of America
State/province [1] 0 0
Connecticut
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Austria
State/province [2] 0 0
Innsbruck
Country [3] 0 0
Belgium
State/province [3] 0 0
Ghent
Country [4] 0 0
Brazil
State/province [4] 0 0
Rio de Janeiro
Country [5] 0 0
Canada
State/province [5] 0 0
British Columbia
Country [6] 0 0
Czechia
State/province [6] 0 0
Ostrava
Country [7] 0 0
France
State/province [7] 0 0
Salouel
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Germany
State/province [8] 0 0
Kiel
Country [9] 0 0
Italy
State/province [9] 0 0
Florence
Country [10] 0 0
Netherlands
State/province [10] 0 0
Amsterdam
Country [11] 0 0
New Zealand
State/province [11] 0 0
Epsom
Country [12] 0 0
Poland
State/province [12] 0 0
Poznan
Country [13] 0 0
Portugal
State/province [13] 0 0
Porto
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Russian Federation
State/province [14] 0 0
Moscow
Country [15] 0 0
Singapore
State/province [15] 0 0
Singapore
Country [16] 0 0
Slovakia
State/province [16] 0 0
Presov
Country [17] 0 0
South Africa
State/province [17] 0 0
Pretoria
Country [18] 0 0
Spain
State/province [18] 0 0
Tenerife
Country [19] 0 0
Taiwan
State/province [19] 0 0
Hualien
Country [20] 0 0
Ukraine
State/province [20] 0 0
Kiev
Country [21] 0 0
United Kingdom
State/province [21] 0 0
London

Funding & Sponsors
Primary sponsor type
Commercial sector/Industry
Name
Allergan
Address
Country

Ethics approval
Ethics application status

Summary
Brief summary
The purpose of this study is to assess the long-term safety and effectiveness of botulinum
toxin type A on patients with overactive bladder as a result of spinal cord injury or
multiple sclerosis. This is a follow-up study to two Allergan sponsored studies (NCT00311376
and NCT00461292).
Trial website
https://clinicaltrials.gov/show/NCT00876447
Trial related presentations / publications
Kennelly M, Dmochowski R, Schulte-Baukloh H, Ethans K, Del Popolo G, Moore C, Jenkins B, Guard S, Zheng Y, Karsenty G; 191622-094 Investigators. Efficacy and safety of onabotulinumtoxinA therapy are sustained over 4 years of treatment in patients with neurogenic detrusor overactivity: Final results of a long-term extension study. Neurourol Urodyn. 2017 Feb;36(2):368-375. doi: 10.1002/nau.22934. Epub 2015 Nov 24.
Kennelly M, Dmochowski R, Schulte-Baukloh H, Ethans K, Del Popolo G, Moore C, Jenkins B, Guard S, Zheng Y, Karsenty G; 191622-094 Investigators. Efficacy and safety of onabotulinumtoxinA therapy are sustained over 4 years of treatment in patients with neurogenic detrusor overactivity: Final results of a long-term extension study. Neurourol Urodyn. 2017 Feb;36(2):368-375. doi: 10.1002/nau.22934. Epub 2015 Nov 24.
Kennelly M, Dmochowski R, Schulte-Baukloh H, Ethans K, Del Popolo G, Moore C, Jenkins B, Guard S, Zheng Y, Karsenty G; 191622-094 Investigators. Efficacy and safety of onabotulinumtoxinA therapy are sustained over 4 years of treatment in patients with neurogenic detrusor overactivity: Final results of a long-term extension study. Neurourol Urodyn. 2017 Feb;36(2):368-375. doi: 10.1002/nau.22934. Epub 2015 Nov 24.
Public notes

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Allergan
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