Agitation Associated with Alzheimer's Dementia

Agitation Associated with Alzheimer's Dementia


Agitation associated with Alzheimer’s dementia can be difficult to manage and can be very disturbing for patients and their loved ones. Some of those agitative behaviors are screaming, shouting, throwing things, and hurting self or others. Napa Research has a clinical study aimed at managing the agitation in adults with Alzheimer’s dementia.

Mode of administration:

Capsule administered orally

The study duration: 20 Weeks.

Participants and their caregiver will attend 10 study site visits.

Compensation package includes:

$70 to patient for each site visit

$65 to caregiver for each visit

All study medication, assessments and examinations are free to the participants.

Inclusion Questions:

Has the patient been diagnosed with Alzheimer’s Dementia? (YES/ NO)

Is the patient experiencing any agitative behaviors (restlessness, shouting, resistiveness, pacing/aimless wandering)?

Does the patient have a daily caregiver?

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