There is one clinical trial.
Radiotherapy in low doses (30 to 100 cGy) was a popular treatment of viral pneumonias until 1940s. Low dose radiation therapy (LDRT) could possibly reduce the inflammation and prevent the cytokine storm thus mitigating the severity of pneumonitis. This is a single arm study designed to assess the feasibility and clinical efficacy of low dose radiation therapy (70 cGy in single fraction) in the patients with COVID-19 pneumonia. A total of 10 eligible patients (as per inclusion criteria) will be recruited and response will be assessed based on the symptomatic improvement or deterioration by using the National Early Warning Score (NEWS). The NEWS score will be recorded on baseline and then on Day 3, Day 7 and Day 14.
Description: NEWS scoreMeasure: Symptomatic improvement by National Early warning score (NEWS) Time: Day 3
Description: NEWS scoreMeasure: Symptomatic improvement by National Early warning score (NEWS) Time: Day 7
Description: NEWS scoreMeasure: Symptomatic improvement by National Early warning score (NEWS) Time: Day 14
Description: DaysMeasure: Length of hospital stay Time: 30 days or date of death whichever is earlier
Description: Number of patientsMeasure: Number of ICU admissions or deaths Time: 30 days
Data processed on September 26, 2020.
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