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This is an open-label unblinded, randomized study to treat hospitalized covid-19 patients with colchicine plus current care (per institution treating physicians) vs. current care per institution treating physicians alone (the control arm)
The benefit of the research is to provide information regarding the efficacy and safety of Favipiravir plus the Standard of Care (SoC) for mild-moderate COVID-19 patients to be a reference for policy recommendations regarding the use of Favipiravir as an antiviral drug for the treatment of Covid-19.
EARLY DETECTION OF COVID-19 USING BREATH ANALYSIS- FIRST CROSS-SECTIONAL STUDY
Open-label randomized study comparing the current standard of care treatment of Covid-19 in hospitalized patients with evidence of cardiac injury vs. a group of the same type of patients treated with colchicine plus current standard of care.
The purpose of this study is to gain on-going COVID-19 feedback/data to drive timely action locally and nationally in order to mitigate transmission. Data will be deidentified and consolidated to create a large national longitudinal database.
Till now, mortality reports among children below 9 years remains extremely low despite that the incidence of death toll is high and exceeding 50,000 patients among older population, One speculation for lower SARS infectivity is that cross-protective antibodies against measles vaccine ( MV). In mice susceptible to measles virus, recombinant MV induced the highest titers of neutralizing antibodies and fully protected immunized animals from intranasal infectious challenge with SARS-CoV, The primary objective of the present study is to determine the benefit of measles vaccine in health care professional to decrease the incidence of COVID-19. We Hypothesized that, measles vaccine may lower the incidence of serologically proven SARS-CoV-2 infection and reported respiratory illness
The overall objective of the study is to determine the therapeutic effect and tolerance of Sarilumab in combination with Azithromycin and Hydroxychloroquine, compared to Sarilumab only, patients with moderate, severe pneumonia associated with Coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19). Sarilumab is a human IgG1 monoclonal antibody that binds specifically to both soluble and membrane-bound IL-6Rs (sIL-6Rα and mIL-6Rα) and has been shown to inhibit IL-6-mediated signaling through these receptors. The study has a cohort multiple Randomized Controlled Trials (cmRCT) design. Randomization will occur prior to offering investigational treatments administration to patients enrolled in the CORIMUNO-19 cohort (NCT04324047). Sarilumab+Azithromycin+Hydroxychloroquine, or Sarilumab only will be administered to consenting adult patients hospitalized with COVID-19 either diagnosed with moderate or severe pneumonia requiring no mechanical ventilation. All patients will receive standard of care along with randomized investigational treatments. Outcomes of included patients will be compared between groups as well as with outcomes of patients in the CORIMUNO-19 cohort treated with other immune modulators or standard of care.