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The study was designed to analyze the efficacy and safety of Paxlovid for the treatment of COVID-19.
This study is to clarify the distribution characteristics, host and clinical characteristics, disease outcome and risk factors, changes of multiple organs such as cardiopulmonary function and changes in social and psychological indicators during long-term follow-up of omicron variant asymptomatic infections and diagnosed patients
Recent advances have been made in prevention of the viral infection via vaccines but there is still need for effective treatment options for patients. Novel therapies need to be developed to further improve clinical outcomes. The biggest medical challenge in the response to COVID-19 is ARDS requiring hospitalization in an intensive care setting and ventilator dependence. Intravenously administered umbilical cord derived exosomes and stem cells have been reported in literature to alleviate pulmonary distress in such patients. The purpose of this study is to explore the safety and benefits of intravenous administration of WJPure and EVPure in the treatment of COVID-19 patients with moderate to severe ARDS. .
The COVID-induced fibrotic lung damage continues long after viral infection has subsided and is exhibited by severe respiratory pathology and concomitant symptoms. The long-lasting sequelae in patients who have recovered from severe COVID indicate that there is a 30% chance of developing a persistent respiratory system pathology and a 10% chance of developing a severe pathology. The symptoms of lung fibrosis include a severe disruption of respiration, reduction of exercise tolerance, and concomitant development of persistent fibrotic lung damage. This study intends to evaluate benefits of a combination of WJPure and EVPure in Covid-19 patients exhibiting pulmonary fibrosis.
FUNCTION is an observational cohort study conducted by researchers from the Instituto de Medicina Tropical Alexander von Humboldt at Universidad Peruana Cayetano Heredia and Cayetano Heredia Hospital. The overall aim is to asses the long-term impact of SARS-CoV-2 infection on the cardiopulmonary function and quality of life in patients recovered from COVID-19, through a 6-month follow-up structured in 4 visits with clinical assessments and imaging studies performed by specialists.
The coronavirus (SARS-CoV-2) is a new strain of coronavirus found in human in 2019, which causes epidemic worldwide. A study found that the increase in hyaluronic acid levels is closely related to the clinical symptoms of COVID-19, including pulmonary ground glass lesions, lymphocytopenia, immune response and cytokine storms, systemic vascular diseases, thrombotic coagulation disorders, which suggests that hyaluronic acid could be an important target for COVID-19 treatment and could improve the clinical symptoms of COVID-19 patients. The results from a recent clinical trial recruited 144 patients with COVID-19 show that the inhibitor of hyaluronic acid synthesis, hymecromone, can significantly improve clinical symptoms, such as lung lesions and lymphocytopenia in COVID-19 patients. Therefore, hymecromone has the potential to become one of the options of COVID-19 treatment. This study is a single-center, randomized, parallel controlled, double-blind clinical trial designed to evaluate the efficacy and safety of Hymecromone tablets in subjects aged 18-90 years (with boundary values) with a confirmed mild or moderate form of COVID-19 infection. The aim of this study is to optimize the program of the combination of hymecromone in the treatment of COVID-19 to improve the therapeutic effect.
The objectives of this project are to (1) assemble a crowdsourced, de-identified radiographic repository; and (2) train and validate existing COVID-NET deep learning diagnostic models.
Olfactory dysfunction is a defining symptom of COVID-19 infection. Studies have demonstrated improved olfaction in patients with post infectious olfactory dysfunction after an olfactory training (OT). The aim of this study is to assess the clinical outcomes of olfactory training (12 weeks) therapy in the treatment of persistent olfactory dysfunctions after COVID-19. Specially, we aim to compare the effectiveness of two different olfactory training (different odors) with a placebo group. A group will train themselves with 4 scents (rose, orange, clove and eucalyptus) and another group with 4 different scents (cheese, coffee, strawberries and lemon). The placebo group will train themselves with an odorless substance. Olfaction sensory evaluation will be performed by using different olfaction tests (Sniffin' Sticks and UPSIT) and complete questionnaires to assess olfactory perception and particularly parosmia and phantosmia.
Patients with cancer are considered vulnerable to SARS-CoV-2 infection and have been prioritized in the vaccination process in several countries, including Taiwan. In addition, international oncological societies favored COVID-19 vaccination for cancer patients on the basis of risk and benefits evaluation of all available data. However, patients with cancer were excluded from SARS- CoV-2 vaccines registrational trials and the investigators lack data regarding the safety and efficacy of vaccination in this population. Under this perspective, the investigators undertook a large prospective study enrolling patients with solid cancers, hematologic malignancies as well as healthy volunteers for the kinetics of anti- SARS-CoV-2 antibodies after COVID-19 vaccination on different anticancer therapy. Major inclusion criteria for this cohort of the study included: (1) age above 20 years; (2) presence of solid organ malignancies treated with immunotherapy, chemotherapy, Targeted therapy irrespective of the treatment phase; and (3) eligibility for vaccination.
A retrospective study to evaluate the predictability of abnormal arterial blood gas measurements through novel observations of continuous trends in electronically measured respiratory in a mixed cohort of respiratory compromised patients.