There is one clinical trial.
The current project is based on the immunological studies covering the potential of disease induced immunoglobulins as treatment regime. We would be able to generate the concentrated antibodies specific against coronavirus (Covid-19). These antibodies can be used as serum therapy. Aside from a Covid-19 vaccine, antibodies from recovered patients could provide a short-term "passive immunization" to the disease. Those antibodies can be extracted from the blood serum of surviving patients and then injected into infected people. Passive immunization usually lasts for a few weeks or months, after which those borrowed or donated antibodies, get broken down by the host body within about 30 days. While drugs to treat patients with covid-19, and vaccines to prevent infection are being developed, a fast acting, stopgap serum therapy could be useful as a first aid for high-risk patients.
Description: total number of days the patient remain in hospitalMeasure: In hospital days Time: 14 days or discharge
Description: mortality if any in the study duration of 14 daysMeasure: 14 day mortality Time: 14 days
Description: reduction in D-dimers (< 250 ng/mL)Measure: D-dimers Time: 7 days
Description: reduction in C-Reactive protein (less than 10 mg/L)Measure: C-reactive protein Time: 7 days
Description: improvement in oxygen saturation (pulse oximeter readings within range of 95 to 100%)Measure: Oxygen saturation Time: 7 days
Description: reduction in TNF alpha after IVIG treatment (upto 8.1 pg/mL)Measure: TNF alpha Time: 7 days
Description: reduction in IL-6 after IVIG treatmentMeasure: IL-6 Time: 7 days
Description: reduction in ferritin levels after IVIG treatmentMeasure: Ferritin Time: 7 days
Description: safety and tolerabilityMeasure: Number of participants with treatment-related adverse events as assessed by CTCAE v4.0 Time: 14 days
Data processed on January 01, 2021.
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