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There is one clinical trial.
This is a three-arm randomized trial comparing the efficacy of single agent hydroxychloroquine to the combination of hydroxychloroquine and azithromycin, and to a delayed hydroxychloroquine regimen, which will serve as a contemporaneous Day 1-6 supportive care control, in eliminating detectable SARS-CoV-2 on day 6 following the initiation of treatment in order to determine which regimen is more effective.
Description: Will be assessed at day six compared to baseline between hydroxychloroquine sulfate alone and hydroxychloroquine sulfate plus azithromycin to treat COVID-19.Measure: Changes in patients viral load Time: Baseline, day 3 and day 6
Description: A second concurrent comparison will evaluate change in viral load at day 6 between hydroxychloroquine sulfate alone and supportive care.Measure: Second evaluation of changes in patients viral load Time: Day 6
Description: Time to resolution of symptomsMeasure: Symptom questionnaire Time: up to 6 months
Description: Change in the fever curve resulting in shorter time to afebrile for 48 hoursMeasure: Fever assessment Time: up to 10 days
Description: Body temperature will be measured in degrees Fahrenheit using an automated thermometer which will be provided to the patient 4 times per day.Measure: Vital Signs - Body Temperature Time: up to 10 days
Description: Time to discharge (If hospitalized)Measure: Discharge Time: up to 6 months
Description: Time to recovery (back to school, work, etc)Measure: Recovery Time: up to 6 months
Description: As measured by standard metricsMeasure: Assessment of agent toxicity Time: up to 10 days
Description: Collection of Oropharynx swabs for viral load and microbiome analysisMeasure: Oropharynx swab sample collections Time: up to 10 days
Description: Collection of blood for viral load and microbiome analysisMeasure: Blood Sample collections Time: up to 10 days
Description: Decrease in virus shedding in nasopharyngeal secretions such as Ferritin, D-dimer, CRP, Troponin and LDHMeasure: Viral shedding assessment - nasopharyngeal secretions Time: up to 10 days
Description: Decrease in virus shedding in serology such as Ferritin, D-dimer, CRP, Troponin and LDHMeasure: Viral shedding assessment - serology Time: up to 10 days
Description: Measurement of cytokines in bloodMeasure: Cytokines in blood Time: up to 10 days
Data processed on September 26, 2020.
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