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There is one clinical trial.
Introduction There are currently no treatments with demonstrated efficacy for COVID-19 infection. Epidemiological evidence points to the existence of intrinsic protection factors which make young persons and women more resistant to the infection, whereas older patients with multiple illnesses, above all with heart disease, are at greatest risk. This trial proposes treatment initiated in the early stages of the disease, when clinical worsening is most likely, with intravenous Oxytocin (OT), an endogenous hormone currently safely used in clinical practice. The selection of this molecule is based on numerous experimental and clinical observations, which show its activity in modulating resistance to pathogens, in mitigating overall cardiovascular risk, and in acting on the production of Nitric Oxide (ON) in the lungs, which is emerging as a key therapeutic factor for the improvement of respiratory function in patients with SARS-COVID 19. Finally, OT is physiologically produced by the human body, especially in the female sex and in the age ranges that coincide with most resistant patients. In routine clinical practice, OT exhibits an excellent therapeutic index, in absence of significant adverse effects. Primary aim To assess the effects of Oxytocin in addition to standard therapy, with respect to Standard of Care (SoC), in reducing the number of patients who enter a critical stage Secondary aim To describe: - Mortality 28 days after randomization - Time to mechanical ventilation during the study - Duration of dependency on oxygen supply - Length of stay - Temporal trend of clinical improvement (7-category ordinal scale) - Safety analysis
Description: Proportion of cases who during 14 days exhibit one of the following conditions (the most severe): respiratory failure that requires mechanical ventilation organ failure that requires intensive care monitoring and treatment deathMeasure: Proportion of cases who during 14 exhibit one of the following conditions Time: 14 days
Description: Mortality 28 days after randomizationMeasure: Mortality 28 days after randomization Time: 28 days
Data processed on September 26, 2020.
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