|drug1027||Detection of anti-COVID-19 antibody level Wiki||1.00|
There is one clinical trial.
International guidelines suggest the administration of empirical broad-spectrum antibiotics for suspected bacterial co-infection in COVID-19 critically ill. However, data on associated respiratory infections is rare and antimicrobial stewardship interventions promoting antibiotic savings are non-existent in this context. The main objectives of the trial are: to evaluate the rate of co-infections among COVID-19 critically ill to evaluate the added value of a a rapid molecular diagnostic tool (FA-PNEU) to detect the presence of co-infecting pathogens in order to rapidly tailor the patient's antibiotic treatment
Description: COVID-19 infections with additional bacteria/viruses identified through FA-PNEU testingMeasure: % of COVID-19 co-infections Time: through study completion, an average of 1 month
Description: The rapid FA results could allow a fast modification of the empirical antibiotherapy. This percentage will be measured.Measure: % of antibiotic switches following FA results Time: through study completion, an average of 1 month
Data processed on September 26, 2020.
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