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NCT ID: NCT06469138 Completed - COVID-19 Clinical Trials

A Phase 1 Study to Investigate 14C-bemcentinib Following Single Oral Administration in Healthy Male Subjects

Start date: August 2, 2022
Phase: Phase 1
Study type: Interventional

The aims of this Study are to determine: - How much of the Study Drug (bemcentinib) ends up in urine and faeces - How much of the Study Drug and its breakdown products get into the bloodstream - The breakdown products (metabolites) of the Study Drug - The safety of the Study Drug and any side effects that might be associated with it.

NCT ID: NCT06468761 Completed - Covid19 Clinical Trials

2-year Mortality After COVID-19 in Nursing Home Residents

Start date: May 11, 2020
Study type: Observational

This was a retrospective study conducted in three Nursing Homes (NHs). Residents who had survived the 1st CoPW (March to May 2020) were included. The diagnosis of COVID-19 was based on the results of a positive reverse transcriptase-polymerase chain reaction test. The collected data also included age, sex, length of residence in the NH, disability status, legal guardianship status, nutritional status, need for texture-modified food, hospitalization or Emergency Department visits during lockdown and SARS-COV2 vaccination status during the follow-up. Non-adjusted and adjusted Cox models were used to analyse factors associated with 2-year post-1stCoPW mortality.

NCT ID: NCT06468722 Completed - Clinical trials for Post-COVID-19 Syndrome

Fat Oxidation Capacity in Patients With Post Covid-19 Syndrome

Start date: April 1, 2021
Study type: Observational

Post-COVID-19 Syndrome (PCS) is characterized by symptoms, including fatigue, reduced physical performance, dyspnea, cognitive impairment, and psychological distress. The mechanisms underlying the onset and severity of PCS point to mitochondrial dysfunction as significant contributor. This study examined fat oxidation as a function of mitochondrial capacity during exercise.

NCT ID: NCT06463106 Completed - Long COVID Clinical Trials

Endothelial Dysfunction in Post-infection Fatigue Syndromes

Start date: June 1, 2021
Study type: Observational

Post-infection chronic fatigue syndromes, such as myalgic encephalomyelitis/chronic fatigue syndrome (ME/CFS) and post-COVID-19 condition (Long Covid), are conditions primarily characterized by debilitating fatigue. This fatigue can range from mild, where patients are still able to participate in some social activities (e.g., school, work), to moderate and severe, where sufferers are predominantly homebound and bedridden. As a result, ME/CFS and Long Covid not only negatively impact the quality of life of affected individuals and their caregivers but also represent a substantial and often silent burden on healthcare systems worldwide, including Austria. This is primarily because most cases remain undiagnosed due to the lack of standardized clinical assessments and diagnostic markers. Endothelial dysfunction, which is well known to affect blood flow, oxygen and nutrient delivery, and waste removal in the body, has been described as one of the key factors behind the symptoms experienced by ME/CFS and Long Covid patients. However, the mechanisms that might explain the development of endothelial dysfunction remain largely unexplored. Therefore, this project aims to evaluate key biological aspects related to the function of endothelial cells - a layer of cells lining blood vessels - using plasma samples from an Austrian cohort of ME/CFS and Long Covid patients. We expect that the findings from our study will provide new insights to better understand endothelial dysfunction in post-infection chronic fatigue syndromes, leading to improved patient stratification and tailored treatment alternatives.

NCT ID: NCT06460753 Completed - Clinical trials for Coronavirus Infection COVID-19

Analysis of Laboratory Markers for Severe COVID-19

Start date: April 10, 2024
Study type: Observational

The course of coronavirus infection was often severe and required hospitalization of patients in the intensive care unit. The new SARS-Cov-2 has been poor studied, so relatively reliable markers are needed to effectively monitor patients and predict complications and outcome. Taking into account the known mechanisms of pathogenesis, the biochemical markers as ferritin, procalcitonin, C-reactive protein and D-dimer were chosen for this purpose. Patients were divided according to the degree of pulmonary infiltration. We hypothesized that the markers would correlate with dynamics, complications, and outcomes.

NCT ID: NCT06456502 Recruiting - Clinical trials for Post-acute COVID-19 Syndrome

Effectiveness of Non-invasive Neuromodulation in Patients With Long-COVID

Start date: June 2024
Phase: N/A
Study type: Interventional

Sleep quality and duration are critical to cognitive, emotional and physical well-being, and poor sleep quality has been associated with an increased risk of cognitive, psychological and cardiometabolic disorders. Several important physiological activities occur during sleep including a reduction in heart rate and blood pressure. In addition, sleep exerts important modulatory effects on hormone release. Previous studies have shown that lack of sleep can generate exaggerated cortisol responses or psychological and physiological stressors. Cortisol has widespread effects throughout the body and brain, affecting mood, arousal, energy, metabolic processes, and immune and inflammatory system functioning. Therefore, disruptions in cortisol secretion during the night can influence a wide variety of processes in our body that may contribute to the perception of poorer sleep quality. In addition, the salivary enzyme α-amylase is considered a biomarker of cognitive, psychosocial, emotional or physical stress. It is important to note that the autonomic nervous system (ANS) regulates several physiological processes, including heart rate, blood pressure, respiration, and digestion. The ANS consists primarily of the sympathetic system and the parasympathetic system. Increased parasympathetic activity is considered to promote health, whereas a dominant or overactive sympathetic branch is considered to be detrimental to health. A recent study found that both sleep quality and quantity of sleep were associated with resting ANS functioning. They found that poorer sleep quality was associated with greater sympathetic dominance. Research on the sympathetic and parasympathetic branches of the ANS has shown that autonomic imbalances are precursors to disease formation and other health-related risks. Coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19), has in many cases involved the presence of long-lasting symptoms several weeks or months after surviving acute infection with the virus, leading to a new disease called long COVID-19 or post-COVID-19 syndrome (PCS). A recent study showed that sleep quality influences the relationship between symptoms associated with sensitization and mood disorders with health-related quality of life in people suffering from long COVID. Non-invasive neuromodulation directed to ANS may be an option to treat the sleep disorders observed in patients with long COVID. OBJETIVES: Therefore, the primary objective of this study is to evaluate the efficacy of a treatment protocol on the ANS by means of non-invasive neuromodulation in aspects related to sleep in long COVID patients compared to placebo. As secondary objectives, we propose to evaluate the efficacy of a treatment protocol on the ANS by non-invasive neuromodulation in aspects related to ANS functioning, psychological variables, fatigue, pain perception and quality of life in patients with long COVID.

NCT ID: NCT06452108 Completed - COVID-19 Clinical Trials

Community Perception on COVID-19 Prevention and Control

Start date: April 4, 2020
Study type: Observational

In times whereby COVID-19 is rapidly spreading, research on the epidemiological, diagnostic, clinical and social aspects of the illness has been highlighted as important as there is very limited information of this disease in all these aspects. Keeping this in view, WHO has published a roadmap for global research referred to as the 2019 novel Coronavirus Global research and innovation forum: towards a research roadmap13. This document has identified around 34 knowledge gaps which need to be addressed in order to learn more about this illness. One of these gaps indicates that disease transmission is driven by both social and biological factors. Social sciences research, thus, can play a very important role in combating this illness. It can bring rich insights into social, behavioral and contextual aspects of communities, societies and populations affected by COVID-19 to enhance acceptability of and adherence to evidence-based public health measures for successful infection prevention and control (IPC).

NCT ID: NCT06452095 Not yet recruiting - Long COVID Clinical Trials

Recovering From COVID-19 Lingering Symptoms Adaptive Integrative Medicine Trial - Effect of Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy for the Treatment of Post COVID Condition

Start date: July 15, 2024
Phase: Phase 2/Phase 3
Study type: Interventional

The RECLAIM study platform will be used to explore whether the use of Hyperbaric Oxygen therapy (HBOT) may be used to improve the symptoms of post covid condition. Hyperbaric oxygen therapy is a well-established medical treatment. HBOT promotes healing by delivering a high concentration of oxygen into the body. This high level of oxygen has a number of known benefits, such as growth of new blood vessels, as well as regulating immune and inflammation responses. It helps protect the brain and other nervous tissue from inflammation. HBOT may also have antiviral effects. Collectively, it has the potential to target the underlying mechanisms believed to play a critical role in the development of Long COVID. Many patients with Long COVID complain of fatigue, brain fog, muscle aches and other symptoms. There is evidence to suggest that these symptoms may be a problem with the blood vessels, resulting in abnormal delivery of oxygen to tissues. Thus, our group is investigating whether HBOT's ability to improve the delivery of oxygen to tissues may help these symptoms.

NCT ID: NCT06452082 Active, not recruiting - COVID-19 Clinical Trials

Retrospective Observational Study on the Risk in Developing Long-COVID Syndrome and in Contracting SARS-CoV-2 Infection After COVID-19 Vaccination in Relation to Vitamin D3 Supplementation

Start date: March 20, 2024
Study type: Observational

The aim of this observational retrospective study is to evaluate the effect of supplementation with cholecalciferol D3 in reducing the risk of: - occurence of Long COVID syndrome after acute COVID-19 illness - occurence of SARS-CoV-2 infection after anti-COVID-19 vaccination

NCT ID: NCT06452069 Not yet recruiting - COVID-19 Clinical Trials

Efficacy and Safety Study of Essential Oil-Based Preparation Administered to COVID-19 Patients

Start date: September 15, 2024
Phase: N/A
Study type: Interventional

The aim of this study was to compare the efficacy and safety of the essential oil-based product in patients with mild to moderate symptomatic COVID-19 Positive infection confirmed by PCR. A computational simulation approach of the molecular interaction (binding) of the main components of essential oils exhibiting antiviral activity with known intracellular protein targets of SARS-CoV-2 (nsp5: Main Protease) was adopted as a rationale for this study. SARS-CoV-2, a single-stranded RNA virus, has four major structural proteins Spike (S), Membrane (M), Envelope glycoprotein (E) and Nucleocapsid (N) protein and non-structural proteins (nsp). These non-structural proteins, of which there are 16 in total in the genome of the virus, play key roles in the mechanisms of the virus life cycle, including replication, transcription, protein synthesis and modification of RNA. Main protease (Main protease, Mpro, 3CLpro), virus Since they are directly involved in the maturation of these nsp proteins, which have an important role in many mechanisms of the life cycle, they have been the target enzyme in the development of new antiviral drugs for the treatment of COVID-19. In this study, our main rationale is to investigate the effect of essential oils on nsp5: Main Protease enzyme activations.