There is one clinical trial.
This is a small scale pilot study to evaluate if core warming improves respiratory physiology of mechanically ventilated patients with COVID-19, allowing earlier weaning from ventilation, and greater overall survival. This prospective, randomized study will include 20 patients diagnosed with COVID-19, and undergoing mechanical ventilation for the treatment of respiratory failure. Patients will be randomized in a 1:1 fashion with 10 patients (Group A) randomized to undergo core warming, and the other 10 patients (Group B) serving as the control group who will not have the ensoETM device used. Patients randomized to Group A will have core warming initiated in the ICU or other clinical environment in which they are being treated after enrollment and provision of informed consent from appropriate surrogate or legally authorized representative.
Description: This endpoint will be compared between patients receiving core warming and those randomized to undergo standard care (standard temperature management, with or without antipyretics as needed) in order to determine an initial estimate of effect size and provide data from which to design adequately powered investigation and apply appropriate statistical testing.Measure: Viral load measured in tracheal aspirate 72 hours after initiation of core warming Time: 72 hours
Data processed on January 01, 2021.
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