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The study is a phase II, randomized, 2-arm parallel-group, double-blind study to explore the efficacy, safety, tolerability and pharmacokinetics of KAND567 versus placebo in COVID-19 subjects in need of oxygen treatment. The target was to include forty (40) subjects with diagnosed COVID-19 for participation in the study. If at screening all criteria for study participation were fulfilled and informed consent signed, the subject was enrolled and randomized into one of the two arms. After randomization, the subjects were to receive KAND567 or placebo treatment for 7 days. After the treatment period the subjects returned to ordinary clinical follow-up, but a study follow-up visit was to be planned for Day 21 and 90.
The primary objective of this study is to assess the efficacy of early administration of ivermectin for three consecutive days to prevent SARS-CoV-2 hospitalisation in adults older than 50 years of age. Secondary objectives include assessing the efficacy of an early administration of ivermectin for three consecutive days to prevent SARS-CoV-2 disease progression in adults older than 50 years of age and evaluating the safety and tolerability of ivermectin in SARS-CoV-2 infected adults older than 50 years of age.
The purpose of this study is to evaluate the accuracy of the CareSuperb™ COVID-19 Antigen Home Test (sensitivity and specificity) in a simulated home use environment when compared to the Roche cobas SARS-CoV-2 (EUA200009), Hologic Panther Fusion SARS-CoV-2 (EUA200014), and Roche cobas SARS-CoV-2 Nucleic acid test for use on the cobas Liat System (EUA210388) high sensitivity Emergency Use Authorization (EUA) SARS-CoV-2 RT-PCR assays.
This clincial trial is a prospective, multicenter, randomized, double-blind, placebo-controlled Phase III trial in hospitalized patients with moderate to severe COVID-19 corresponding to score 5 or 6 on the WHO 10-point clinical progression scale (Grade 0-10). The investigational drug (APG101; International Nonproprietary Name: asunercept) will be given at a dose of 100 mg intravenously (i.v.) once weekly for a period of 4 weeks (1 dose each on d1, d8, d15, and d22) in addition to the treatment recommended by international, national, or local treatment guidelines (SoC) and will be compared with the control arm (i.e., SoC + placebo).
Rapid antigen detection (RAD) tests are used to perform rapid diagnosis of SARS-CoV-2 infection based on a qualitative approach. RAD tests detect the viral antigen by the immobilized coated SARS-CoV-2 antibody placed on the device. The results of these tests are available in a short time, reducing the workload in diagnostic hospitals and laboratories and improving the turn-around time. EuGeni SARS-CoV-2 Antigen Rapid Diagnostic Test is an in vitro Diagnostic (IVD) medical device intended to be used for the qualitative detection of SARS-CoV-2 nucleocapsid antigen. The result from this IVD test identifies the presence or absence of the SARS-CoV-2 antigen as an aid for the diagnosis of COVID-19 infection.
This study will assess two options to help patients better manage the cognitive fog and emotional distress that may be associated with having Long-COVID. Long-COVID is post-COVID conditions or symptoms lasting more than four weeks after infection. Clinicians from the UPMC Long-COVID Clinic leading this study are evaluating the utility of computer-based evaluation of COVID-related cognitive fog and the helpfulness of two intervention strategies to treat moderate cognitive impairment using a randomized trial. The two intervention strategies include 1) a standardized dosing of amphetamine/dextroamphetamine medication that has been used to improve cognitive fog; and 2) a digital behavioral tool with an embedded health coach that is used on a mobile phone.
COVID 19-pneumonia may evolve into respiratory insufficiency for which invasive mechanical ventilation is required. Recently, inhaled anesthetics have become available for sedation of critically ill patients. Based upon recent research, these anesthetics may provide advantages in improvement of P/F ratio in ARDS patients. However, up to now, its effects on COVID-19 pneumonia patients is unknown; therefore, this study was designed as a plan to investigate whether the use of inhaled sevoflurane leads to improvement of oxygenation compared to intravenous sedatives in mechanically ventilated COVID-19 patients
The objective of this study is to evaluate the 3EO Health COVID-19 Test in individuals presenting at a medical facility. In eligible subjects, nasal samples will be collected for use with the 3EO Health COVID-19 Test, which will be compared to the Zymo® rRT-PCR test results obtained via samples specified by the manufacturer (e.g., AN [anterior nares] swab) to determine accuracy of the 3EO Health COVID-19 Test in detecting COVID-19 in participants.
The immunogenicity and safety profiles of AdCLD-CoV19-1 (5.0×10^10 VP/dose) will be assessed for 1-dose or 2-dose regimen in SARS-CoV-2 seronegative healthy adults.
The rapid development of safe and effective COVID-19 treatment is a global health priority. Numerous studies evaluating therapies for this disease are currently underway, but the majority of these are in hospitalized patients with severe illness. Consequently, there is an urgent need to identify therapies that prevent mild COVID-19 cases in the community from becoming more severe. "Proning" or lying face down in bed has been shown to improve breathing and oxygen levels in COVID-19 patients, reducing the need for breathing tubes and ventilators and increasing survival. The current study will investigate whether proning and repositioning (lying on one's side or sitting up) can prevent mild cases of COVID-19 from becoming more severe resulting in fewer hospitalizations and death. A randomized controlled trial will be used to reduce the risk of bias when testing this intervention. Unvaccinated or partially vaccinated adult patients with a positive COVID-19 test willing to participate and well enough to be treated outside the hospital will be randomly assigned to one of two groups: a home-proning intervention group with instructions and daily reminders to prone and reposition during the day and at night, and a standard care group. Our goal is to assess whether home-proning/repositioning leads to fewer hospitalizations and death when compared with standard care. We'll also compare recovery time, use of antibiotics and follow up emergency department visits between these two groups. The current pilot study will assess the feasibility of a larger investigation or "main trial", meaning it will be small scale test of methods and procedures to be used on a larger scale.