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Study purpose was to study the safety and efficacy of Dimolegin - DD217 as a drug for prevention of thrombotic complications compared to Clexane (enoxaparin sodium) - the standard therapy currently prescribed to patients hospitalized with COVID-19. Patients who met all inclusion criteria and no exclusion criteria were randomized into two therapy groups: - Group 1 - test drug Dimolegin - DD217 (60 mg orally, 1 time per day); - Group 2 - reference drug Clexane (40 mg subcutaneously, 1 time per day). The study drugs were taken once a day until: - the discharge from the hospital due to recovery or positive dynamics; - or up to 30 days of the patient's stay in the hospital; - or until the Investigator decides to discontinue the therapy for other reasons. Planned: screening of up to 450 patients, randomization: 430 (215 per group). The required number of patients is 200 per group as a result of the entire study.


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Study purpose: To study the safety and efficacy of Dimolegin - DD217 as a drug for prevention of thrombotic complications compared to Clexane (enoxaparin sodium) - the standard therapy currently prescribed to patients hospitalized with COVID-19. Study objectives: - To study the clinical efficacy of Dimolegin - DD217 as a drug for prevention of thrombotic complications in patients hospitalized with COVID-19. - To assess the proportion of patients with the development of thrombotic complications: deep vein thrombosis (DVT), pulmonary embolism (PE), ischemic stroke, acute mycardial infarction (AMI), arterial thrombotic complications of other localizations (thrombosis of mesenteric arteries, renal arteries, spleen, upper and lower extremities) during the study therapy (maximum - 30 days). - To evaluate the proportion of patients transferred to the ICU due to complications of COVID-19 and the all-cause mortality rate during the study therapy (maximum - 30 days) and during the study (maximum 90± 2 days); To study the safety of use, the rate of major and clinically significant minor bleeding and possible side effects of Dimolegin - DD217 during the study therapy (maximum - 30 days). Methodology: Multicenter randomized prospective open-label clinical study. Patients who met all inclusion criteria and no exclusion criteria were randomized into two therapy groups: - Group 1 - test drug Dimolegin - DD217 (60 mg orally, 1 time per day); - Group 2 - reference drug Clexane (40 mg subcutaneously, 1 time per day). The first dosing (or administration) of the drug was performed on day 1 (D1) (screening/randomization). Further, patients received drugs according to their distribution into groups, preferably in the morning before the end of therapy, i.e. every morning patients received either an injection of Clexane 40 mg subcutaneously once a day, or test drug Dimolegin - DD217 60 mg (6 tablets of 10 mg). The study drugs were taken once a day until: - the discharge from the hospital due to recovery or positive dynamics; - or up to 30 days of the patient's stay in the hospital; - or until the Investigator decides to discontinue the therapy for other reasons. During the study therapy, 3 face-to-face follow-up visits were envisaged: Visit 2 (D3±1), Visit 3 (D5±1), Visit 4/EOT (D7-D30). In all groups, specific antithrombotic prophylaxis was carried out only during inpatient treatment under the supervision by Investigator. The study drugs were not dispensed to the patient. End of therapy (EOT) visit V4 was carried out in connection with the end of therapy and discontinuation of the study drugs. After the end of therapy, patients were included in the follow-up phase. The visit V5 was conducted in the form of a remote survey in 60±2 days after the end of therapy. Number of subjects: Planned: screening of up to 450 patients, randomization: 430 (215 per group). The required number of patients is 200 per group as a result of the entire study. Actually included: 401 patients were screened, 400 patients were randomized (198 to the Dimolegin - DD217 group and 202 to Clexane group), 399 patients received the study drugs (197 in the Dimolegin - DD217 group and 202 in the Clexane group). Test drug, dose and route of administration, batch number: Test drug: Amidine hydrochloride (DD217) Dosage form: enteric-coated tablets Active substance: N-(5-chloropyridine-2-yl)-2-[(4- methylaminophenylcarbonyl)-amino]-5-methylbenzamide hydrochloride Active substance: Amidine hydrochloride 10 mg. Dosing regimen: 60 mg (6 x 10 mg tablets) orally, once a day (preferably in the morning) Duration of treatment and follow-up: Duration of treatment: maximum 30 days. Duration of follow-up: 60± 2 days after the end of therapy. Reference drug, dose and route of administration, batch number: Reference drug: Clexane Dosage form: Solution for injection Active substance: Enoxaparin sodium Composition (for 4000 anti-Xa IU/0.4 mL, equivalent to 40 mg/0.4 mL): Active substance: enoxaparin sodium 40 mg Dosing regimen: 40 mg subcutaneously, once a day (preferably in the morning) Statistical methods: Concomitant and past diseases (history), as well as adverse events were encoded using the MedDRA classifier in the current version at the time of the analysis (version 24.0). No missing data were imputed. Analysis of efficacy endpoints: For the primary efficacy endpoint, the hypothesis of non-inferiority of Dimolegin - DD217 compared to Clexane was evaluated. This one-sided hypothesis was evaluated with an overall level of statistical significance of α=5 %. Two-sided 90 % confidence intervals (CI) were calculated for the tests. The hypothesis was evaluated by comparing the lower limit of the two-sided 90 % CI with the limit of non-inferiority of Δ = 10 %. The analysis was carried out in the per protocol set (PPS). The analysis of secondary efficacy endpoints was carried out descriptively, the proportion of patients with the corresponding event is presented. Moreover, 90 % CIs were calculated for differences in proportions in Dimolegin - DD217 Group 1 compared to Clexane Group 2. Analysis of safety endpoints: Analysis of the primary safety endpoint (the incidence of cumulative major and clinically significant minor bleedings during the study therapy (maximum - 30 days)) was performed descriptively by presenting the proportion of patients with the corresponding event. Moreover, 90 % CIs were calculated for differences in proportions between the Dimolegin - DD217 group and the Clexane group. The analysis of secondary safety endpoints was carried out in the same way as described for the primary safety endpoint. All other safety endpoints are analyzed descriptively. The safety analysis population included all patients who received at least one dose of the study drug. ;


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NCT number NCT05185804
Study type Interventional
Source PharmaDiall Ltd.
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Status Completed
Phase Phase 3
Start date February 8, 2021
Completion date October 29, 2021

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