There is one clinical trial.
Lung surfactant is present in the lungs. It covers the alveolar surface where it reduces the work of breathing and prevents the lungs from collapsing. In some respiratory diseases and in patients that require ventilation this substance does not function normally. This study will introduce surfactant to the patients lungs via the COVSurf Drug Delivery System
Description: To assess the improvement in oxygenation as determined by the PaO2/FiO2 ratio after treatment with study treatmentMeasure: Oxygenation Improvement Time: 3 months
Description: To assess the improvement in pulmonary ventilation as determined by the Ventilation Index (VI), where VI = [RR x (PIP - PEEP) × PaCO2]/1000 after study treatment.Measure: Pulmonary ventilation Improvement Time: 3 months
Description: To assess safety as judged by the frequency and severity of adverse events and severe adverse events (SAEs).Measure: Safety Assessment of Frequency and Severity of Adverse Events Time: 3 months
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