|D018352||Coronavirus Infections NIH||0.03|
There is one clinical trial.
The primary purpose of this study is to evaluate if adding rhC1-INH to standard of care (SOC) in patients admitted for stage II COVID-19 infection may reduce the risk of disease progression, i.e. ALI requiring mechanical ventilation, or increase the chance of a faster clinical improvement compared to SOC alone.
Description: The primary endpoint will be the disease severity on the 7-point WHO Ordinal Scale on day 7. This endpoint has been suggested by WHO for clinical trials in patients with COVID-19Measure: Disease Severity on the 7-Point WHO Ordinal Scale Time: Assessed on each day after enrollment (worst status) with the use of the WHO Ordinal Scale and the score on day 7 will be analyzed stratified by its baseline value
Description: at least 2 points Ordinal Scale for Clinical Improvement, clinical severity will be assessed.Measure: Clinical improvement Time: Daily until day 14
Description: Admission to ICU with invasive or non-invasive ventilation or death will be assessed.Measure: Invasive or non-invasive ventilation Time: Daily until day 14.
Description: Patients with ALI within 14 days after enrollment, PaO2/FiO2 will be determined daily. This is only relevant for patients with arterial blood gas sampling performed in the ICU or rarely in the medical unit.Measure: Acute Lung Injury Time: Daily until day 14.
Data processed on January 01, 2021.
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