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This study aims to investigate the potential antiviral efficacy and safety of a novel formulation of Niclosamide; a well-known antihelmintic agent, together with an established COVID-19 treatment regimen in patients. The aim of this study is to evaluate the safety and efficacy profile of niclosamide from the test product (Niclosamide 200 mg/10 mL Suspension) in patients treated for the novel coronavirus infectious disease (COVID-19) in a placebo controlled phase III trial. Both treatment groups will receive an established treatment regimen against COVID-19 together with either niclosamide or placebo. The efficacy and safety of the molecule is well-known and the properties of novel formulation is well-established. The promising in vitro results of niclosamide as an antiviral compound is well documented and make it an ideal candidate as a therapy against SARS-CoV 2 infection. A good safety profile is expected with solid antiviral activity.
Description: The physician will check for the following symptoms: Fever: axillary temperature ≤36.6°C or oral temperature ≤37.2 °C; Respiratory rate: ≤24/minute on room air; Oxygen saturation: >94% on room air; Cough: mild or absent on a patient reported scale of severe, moderate, mild, absent.)Measure: Physician's judgment on clinical recovery from the time of admission Time: Day 1 to day 19
Description: (National Early Warning Score 2) to 0 to 3 (Improvement in fever, respiratory rate, oxygen saturation,alleviation of cough scores to 3 points to 0 in 72 hours)Measure: Clinical improvement in NEWS2 Time: 3 days from admission
Description: An elevated D-dimer,ferritin, thrombocyte, PT, aPTT, troponine and fibrinogen were associated with a poor outcome in COVID19. These parameters will be checked on day 1 and day 3.Measure: Improvement in serum biomarkers Time: Day 1 to day 3
Description: Requirement for indotracheal intubation is a key outcome for unsuccesful treatmentMeasure: Requirement for indotracheal intubation Time: Day 1 to day 19
Description: Occurrence of Macrophage Activation Syndrome(MAS) will alert the physician that the patients condition is worsening.Measure: Occurrence of Macrophage Activation Syndrome(MAS) Time: Day 1 to day 19
Description: Occurrence of Coagulopathy will alert the physician that the patients condition is worsening.Measure: Occurrence of Coagulopathy Time: Day 1 to day 19
Description: The assessment of safety will be based on CTCAE v4.0Measure: Number of participants with treatment-related adverse events as assessed by CTCAE v4.0 Time: Day 1 to day 19
Data processed on January 01, 2021.
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