There is one clinical trial.
The purpose of this study is to evaluate if using nasal irrigation, also known as nasal lavage, for 14 days after a positive test can reduce the severity of symptoms associated with COVID-19. Nasal lavage consists of running salt water in one nostril and out the other to get rid of germs. Nasal irrigation will be done with either Betadine or baking soda to determine if adding an antimicrobial or changing the pH of the mucous helps.
Description: Rate of hospitalization by number of episodes of nasal irrigation out of 28 possible. To assess reduction in admission, in patients with differing nasal irrigation frequency over 14 days with an additional 14 day follow-up period.Measure: Frequency Time: 28 days
Description: Reduction of severity of COVID outcomes by number of episodes of nasal irrigation out of 28 possible. Assess reduction in hospital visits, symptoms, supplemental oxygen use, ICU admission, and death in patients with differing nasal irrigation frequency. Reduction of severity of COVID outcomes by nasal irrigation with alkalination or virucidal additives. To assess reduction in admission, hospital visits, symptoms, supplemental oxygen use, ICU admission, and death in patients using alkalnization or virucidal additives to nasal irrigation over 14 days with an additional 14 day follow-up period, controlling for irrigation frequency.Measure: Reduction Time: 28 days
Data processed on September 26, 2020.
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