The aim of the study is to assess improvement in visual evoked potential, cognition, fatigue,
micturation and walking impairment under 3 months of Fampyra treatment
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Full eligibility criteria for NCT01720849
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18 Years and older
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Accepts Healthy Volunteers
All patients who according to the compound's Norwegian prescription guidelines are deemed eligible for the study, i.e. MS patients with impaired walking as determined by an EDSS 4-7. They do not need a past history of optic neuritis, cognitive failure, fatigue or difficulties micturating.
MS patients with contraindications to the compound according to the prescription guidelines. Patients who have been exposed to Fampyra in the past Patients with an MS attack within last 3 months
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Vestre Viken Helseforetak
Drammen, Norway, 3004
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Tris trial is registered with FDA with number: NCT01720849. The sponsor of the trial is Vestre Viken Hospital Trust and it is looking for 50 volunteers for the current phase.
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