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The overarching goal of the Master Protocol is to find effective strategies for inpatient management of patients with COVID-19. Therapeutic goals for patients hospitalized for COVID-19 include hastening recovery and preventing progression to critical illness, multiorgan failure, or death. Our objective is to determine whether modulating the host tissue response improves clinical outcomes among patients with COVID-19.
This is an open label, phase 1 clinical trial of an intra-dermal booster dose of INO-4800 alone or in combination with INO-9112 followed by electroporation (EP) among healthy adults at least 18 years of age, who previously completed their primary immunization series with mRNA vaccines against SARS-CoV-2 within 6-12 months prior to the booster dose.
Randomized, double-blind prospective trial to test the efficacy of therapeutic, antiseptic mouth rinses to inactivate severe acute respiratory syndrome coronavirus (SARS-CoV-2) in saliva of COVID-19 positive patients aged 18-65 years old. All mouthrinses are commercially available and will be used according to on-label instructions. Patients will be randomized to a mouthrinse and will be asked to give a saliva sample immediately before and after a one minute mouthwash. Saliva samples will be collected from patients at 15 minute intervals thereafter up to an hour (15, 30, 45 and 60 minutes). The samples will be stored and used for real-time reverse transcription polymerase chain reaction (RT-PCR) detection of viral SARS-CoV-2 RNA and viral infectivity assays. Patients will also complete a short-survey on the taste and experience of using the mouthwash. This study involves 150 subject participants and one, 75-90 minute visit.
Clinical trials of prevention modalities for Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome Coronavirus 2 (SARS-CoV-2) infection and coronavirus disease (COVID-19) and pneumonia are underway under separate protocol(s) for close contacts (i.e., household contacts, [e.g.,3502]) of infectious (index) individuals (3502-01). Characterizing the index individuals within households will ascertain the risk of exposure for the contact participant. These data will be used to strengthen the precision of efficacy estimates. This ancillary observational study will assess the cofactors for infectiousness among index individuals whose close contacts are enrolled in COVID-19 prevention clinical trials. Additionally, this study will assess post-acute sequelae of SARS-CoV-2 infection in index individuals that are more than two weeks past their initial diagnosis.
Lung ultrasound has been used to help diagnose COVID-19 as an alternative to CT scanning and chest X-ray. CT scanning is onerous and there are difficulties taking critically unwell patients there as well as decontamination issues. Chest X-ray misses up to 40% of COVID diagnoses. Although lung ultrasound can diagnose, the investigators do not know how long these lung ultrasound changes last. The investigators would like to follow up patients to characterise the pattern of changes and how long they last. This is particularly important given a potential second surge of COVID-19 is looming and the investigators would like to know if lung ultrasound changes are new or old in patients presenting during this second wave and in the future.
This is a multi-center, randomized, double-blind, placebo-controlled, parallel, phase 2 study to evaluate the efficacy and safety of UI030 in COVID-19 patients
A randomized, double-blind, placebo-controlled, adaptive, seamless phase I / II clinical study of the safety and immunogenicity of a recombinant viral vector AAV5-RBD-S vaccine for the prevention of coronavirus infection (COVID-19)
We aim to study if metabolic intensity and extent according to pathologic pulmonary 18F-2-fluoro-2-deoxy-D-glucose (FDG)-uptake may correlate with the course of COVID-19 pneumonia and potentially yield prognostic value. Moreover, we aim to assess permanent changes after Severe acute respiratory syndrome coronavirus 2 (SARS-CoV-2) infection, such as pulmonary fibrosis and neuropsychiatric symptoms (anosmia, depression, fatigue) where evaluation with FDG-positron emission tomography (PET/CT) might have an impact on further patient care.
The syndrome characterized by the persistence of symptoms typical of COVID-19, beyond 4 weeks after discharge, is called long COVID. Long COVID affects a high percentage of patients who have suffered from COVID-19, regardless of its severity. The various symptoms present in that patients affect the functionality and physical, mental and psychological capacities of patients. Therefore, it is necessary to implement therapeutic programs, based on exercises and techniques of physiotherapy, to help affected people to resume their work, family, social and sports activities; prior to illness. Given the context in which these programs must be developed, telecare is positioned as the most recommended care method to carry out the rehabilitation of these patients. The general objective of this study is to evaluate the effectiveness of a cardiorespiratory tele-rehabilitation program in persistent COVID-19 patients. Study participants (n=60) will be randomly assigned to one of two intervention groups. Group 1 will combine breathing exercises with aerobic exercise: walk; and group 2 will perform functional exercises in addition to respiratory physiotherapy with. All participants will be evaluated at the beginning of the intervention, at the end of it.
This study is a multi-centre, blinded, randomized controlled trial. LTCF residents ≥ 65 years who have received three doses of mRNA vaccine will be randomized to vaccination with a fourth dose of Pfizer-BioNtech mRNA- COVID-19 vaccine or to vaccination with a control (Prevnar-13 vaccine).