- Clinical Trial of Novoglan Phimosis Treatment - Princess Alexandra Hospital - Brisbane Queensland
- First in world Novoglan Clinical Trial to treat phimosis is approved by Macquarie University
- Healthy Foreskin for Men - Treating Phimosis and Other Foreskin Problems
- The best way to treat phimosis at home is with a gentle foreskin stretcher.
- Novoglan Foreskin Stretching to Treat Phimosis
A/ Professor Eric Chung the Clinical Investigator, has confirmed that he will be recruiting Men aged 18 years or older who suffer from phimosis (a tight foreskin) for an independent clinical trial of the Novoglan non surgical foreskin tissue expander. Phimosis is a condition that may cause chronic and acute pain, discomfort, inflammation, stress, anxiety, sexual dysfunction. The Common treatment for persistent phimosis has been adult circumcision surgery resulting in the removal of the foreskin. The foreskin plays an important role in protecting the glans and in sexual enjoyment.
The clinical trial will be conducted at:
Princess Alexandra Hospital - in Brisbane Queensland
The clinical trial seeks to confirm the clinical efficacy and safety data for Novoglan in the non surgical treatment of adult phimosis.
Novoglan is reported to be a painless non surgical foreskin tissue expander. It is an Australian designed and manufactured product with over 15 years worth of global sales.
Who can participate?
If you are over 18 years of age and suffer from a tight foreskin you may be eligible to participate.
- You must be a male aged 18 years of age or older.
- All appointments are on site at Princess Alexandra Hospital in Brisbane.
- Participation if free of charge - if you have a medicare card.
- Some basic travel and reasonable parking costs will be covered.
- The Novoglan medical device will be provided free of charge as part of the trial.
- Once the clinical trials unit confirms you meet the inclusion criteria you will need to get a referral from a GP to participate in the trial.
- During the trial you will be under the care of Professor Eric Chung (Clinical Urologist) and the Urology nursing staff.
Your details will remain confidential.
Contact the Princess Alexandra Hospital Novoglan Clinical Trials coordinator now, by emailing the clinical trial project coordinator on Maizie.Barakat@muh.org.au or clicking on this link at filling in the contacts form on a new page:
About Professor Eric Chung: