UTI Eagle Study

A clinical trial of a new antibiotic study medicine for the treatment of urinary tract infections (UTI’s) in females aged 12 years or older

Are you experiencing a UTI? Click here to find a research center to get screened for the UTI study today

Are you experiencing a UTI? Click here to find a research center to get screened for the UTI study today

What is the Clinical Study testing?

The UTI EAGLE Study is testing a potential new antibiotic called gepotidacin in females 12 years of age and older with bladder infection (urinary tract infection, UTI) to see if it is safe and how it compares to current treatment.

Who can participate in the study?

The UTI EAGLE Study is for females who:

  • Are 12 years of age and older
  • Have been diagnosed with a bladder infection (UTI)
  • Have had signs and symptoms of a bladder infection for less than 4 days

Females who have bladder infections that do not get better with standard antibiotics and that keep coming back may want to consider joining this study.

What happens during the study?

You will be in the study for about 28 days. You will take the study medicine given to you and visit the research center 4 times to have tests and health checks with the study doctor. You may be able to answer some questions over the phone or video call to lessen the amount of time you are at the research center. However, you will still need to visit the center a total of 4 times for tests.

UTI Eagle Study Calendar

Visit 1

  • Permission: You will first need to give consent, or permission, for you or your child to join. Adults sign an Informed Consent Form. Adolescents sign an Informed Assent Form.
  • Check eligibility: The doctor will then ask you about your symptoms, health history, and any medicines you take. You will also have a checkup and some tests to make sure the study is right for you.
  • Study treatment groups: If eligible, you will be placed by chance into a treatment group to receive the study medicine or a current medicine used to treat UTIs.
Gepotidacin (Study Medicine)

Gepotidacin
(Study Medicine)

Nitrofurantoin (Current Medicine)

Nitrofurantoin
(Current Medicine)

The effects of both medicines, good and bad, will be compared. You and the doctors will not know which group you are in. This is to make sure the results of each group being studied are handled in the same way.

Visits 2 and 3

  • The doctor will ask you how you are feeling, check for any signs or symptoms of your bladder infection, and run tests to check your health.

Visit 4

  • The doctor will check to see if your bladder infection is gone.

How do I take the study medicine?

You will take the study medicine 2 times a day by mouth with water and with food for 5 days.

2 Times A Day

2 Times a Day

By Mouth

By Mouth

With Food

With Food

For 5 Days

For 5 Days

What types of tests and health checks will I have at research center visits?

Some tests and health checks you will have include:

Checkup

Checkup

Height

Height

Weight

Weight

Blood Pressure

Blood Pressure

Body Temperature

Body Temperature

Pulse

Pulse

Heart Activity

Heart Activity

Blood Test

Blood Test

Urine Test

Urine Test

You will be monitored continuously throughout the study for any changes in health or potential side effects.

Being in the study is your choice, and you can leave at any time.

Where do I go for more information?

To learn more about The UTI EAGLE Study, speak with your doctor or find a research center.

Please call US Toll Free Number: 1 877 221 2913 or 1 877 528 7677 for assistance if you are having problems accessing the website link or the contact details for the research center nearest you.