|drug298||Assessment of cardiovascular diseases and cardiovascular risk factors Wiki||1.00|
|drug713||Carrageenan nasal and throat spray Wiki||1.00|
There is one clinical trial.
The current COVID-19 pandemic is the biggest global healthcare challenge in the last century, and the number of cases in the next 12 months is likely to increase. There is currently no proven treatment, chemoprophylaxis or vaccine against COVID-19, which exhibits a wide clinical spectrum from asymptomatic carriage to mild upper respiratory tract infection, severe viral pneumonia to acute respiratory distress syndrome and death. There has been a disproportionate effect on healthcare workers due to their high exposure risk, highlighting the need for effective preventative strategies. SARS-CoV-2 is a positive-sense single-stranded enveloped RNA virus which transmits via droplets, aerosols and direct contact, to reach their target naso- and oropharyngeal epithelial cells through initial electrostatic interactions to cell surface heparan sulphate (HS) proteoglycans. Carrageenan mimics cell surface HS, thereby trapping the virus to allow mucociliary clearance and has demonstrated anti-viral activity in-vitro and in a number of common cold clinical trials when administered as a nasal spray. ICE-COVID a randomised, double blind, placebo-controlled phase III trial of the prophylactic efficacy of iota-carrageenan nasal and throat spray in preventing COVID-19 illness in at risk healthcare professionals. Participants (n=240) will be randomly allocated to either the treatment arm (verum Coldamaris plus, 0.12% iota-carrageenan in 0.5% saline) or placebo (Coldamaris sine, saline 0.5%) arm. The study's primary objective is the prevention of COVID-19 infection, confirmed by PCR swab or documented seroconversion. Secondary objectives are to determine if carrageenan sprays reduce the clinical severity of COVID-19 and symptomatic acute respiratory infection of other aetiologies (non-SARS-CoV-2).
Description: Acquisition of COVID-19 infection as confirmed by positive PCR swab taken at the time of symptom onset or positive serology measured 2 weeks after symptom onset or seroconversion at the end of the trial (via trial entry and exit serology) to detect asymptomatic infection during the study periodMeasure: Rate of COVID-19 infection in healthcare professionals Time: 6-9 months
Description: Time taken for all symptoms to resolve (days)Measure: Severity of COVID-19 infection Time: 6-9 months
Description: Length of hospital and intensive care stay (days)Measure: Severity of COVD-19 infection Time: 6-9 months
Description: Morality rateMeasure: Severity of COVID-19 infection Time: 6-9 months
Data processed on January 01, 2021.
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