This study compare the efficacy of conventional photodynamic (PDD) guided transurethral
bladder tumor resection in the operating theatre with outpatient PDD guided laser destruction
of bladder tumors through flexible cystoscopes.
Device: Bladder tumor resection using diathermia
Device: Diode laser (980 nm) tumor destruction
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Full eligibility criteria for NCT02886026
Ages eligible for Study
18 Years and older
Genders eligible for Study
Accepts Healthy Volunteers
Ta low grade bladder tumor recurrences
Up to a tumor size of 1,5 cm
Up to 6 tumors
Eligible patients for TUR-BT in GA
Patients with porphyria
Known hypersensitivity to Hexvix® or porfhyrins
Use of concomitant anticoagulants as Marevan, Marcoumar, and Pradaxa
Pregnant or breast feeding women
Expected poor compliance estimated by the investigators
Patients < 18 years
Patients who do not read or understand Danish
All locations for NCT02886026
Urological department, Frederiksberg Hospital
Copenhagen, Denmark, 2000
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Tris trial is registered with FDA with number: NCT02886026. The sponsor of the trial is University Hospital Bispebjerg and Frederiksberg and it is looking for 248 volunteers for the current phase.
Official trial title: Is Outpatient PDD Guided Laser Mediated Destruction of Bladder Tumors (LMD-BT) as Good as Conventional Inpatient PDD Guided Transurethral Tumor Resection in Patients With Low Grade Non-invasive (Ta) Bladder Tumors?
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