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There is one clinical trial.
Non tuberculous mycobacteria (NTM), Burkholdria spp, Aspergillus in the lung are almost impossible to eradicate with conventional antibiotics. In addition COVID-19 has know current treatment. These patients have few options to treat their lung infection. Nitric oxide has broad bactericidal and virucidal properties. It has been shown that nitric oxide was safe to be inhaled for similar cystic fibrosis patients and reduced drug resistant bacteria in the lungs. Further, research indicates that clinical isolates of NTM, Burkholderia spp, Aspergillus spp and Corona-like viruses can be eradicated by 160ppm NO exposure in the laboratory petri dish. This is not the first time inhaled NO treatment has been used in patients with difficult lung infections. This study will provide more data to see if NO therapy can reduce the bacterial load in the lungs, help the patients breath better; and in the case of COVID-19 act as a anti-viral agent resulting in the reduction of incidence of oxygen therapy, mechanical assistance of BIPAP, CPAP, intubation and mechanical ventilation during the study period.
Description: Measure the number of unanticipated adverse events over the duration of the study protocolMeasure: Measure the safety of 160ppm inhaled nitric oxide delivery in NTM subjects Time: 26 Days
Description: Measure the change in absolute FEV1.0 change from baseline during 160 ppm inhalation therapyMeasure: Measure the effect of 160ppm inhaled nitric oxide delivery on lung spirometry in NTM subjects Time: Day 5,12,19 and 26
Description: Measure the difference from baseline NTM species bacterial load (0 to +4) in sputum during 160ppm nitric oxide inhalation therapyMeasure: Measure the antimicrobial effect of 160ppm inhaled nitric oxide on lung NTM bacterial load in the sputum Time: Day 19 and 26
Description: Measure the difference from baseline CRISS (0-100) during 160ppm nitric oxide inhalation therapy (lower score represents higher quality of life)Measure: Measure the effect of 160ppm inhaled nitric oxide on Quality of Life (CRISS) Score Time: Day 19 and 26
Description: Measuring reduction in the incidence of mechanical assistance including oxygen therapy, BIPAP, CPAP, intubation and mechanical ventilation during the study period.Measure: Sub-Study Primary Endpoint(s): Efficacy to reduce respiratory interventions Time: Day 26
Description: Measured by death from all causesMeasure: Efficacy in reduction of mortality Time: Day 26
Description: Assessed by time to negative conversion of COVID-19 RT-PCR from upper respiratory tractMeasure: Antiviral effect Time: Day 26
Description: Time to clinical recovery as measured by resolution of clinical signsMeasure: Efficacy on clinical improvement Time: Day 26
Description: Measured by change in the Modified Jackson Cold ScoreMeasure: Efficacy on the respiratory symptoms Time: Day 26
Data processed on September 26, 2020.
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