Iconovo’s partner Monash University has completed enrollment in a Phase I clinical trial of inhaled oxytocin in ICOone

Iconovo announces that the clinical phase I study of oxytocin in the company’s inhaler ICOone that was initiated earlier this year in Melbourne, Australia, is now fully recruited. The results are expected to be published in early 2024.

The study is part of a collaboration between Iconovo and Monash University to develop an inhalable oxytocin treatment based on ICOone for the prevention of postpartum hemorrhage (PPH).

PPH is the leading cause of maternal mortality worldwide, affecting around 14 million women per year and leading to up to 70,000 deaths among new mothers globally. These deaths occur mainly in low- and middle-income countries.

The study compares an inhaled heat-stable powder formulation of oxytocin in ICOone with intramuscular injections of oxytocin.

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