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Low-dose radiotherapy treatment delivered to both lungs in patients with immune-related pneumonia following COVID-19 infection is backed up by biological and clinical bases that justify its use as a possible therapeutic option in these patients. This is a preliminary exploratory study (non-pharmacological interventional) to evaluate the feasibility and tolerability of low-dose radiotherapy treatment of SARS-Cov-2 immune-mediated pneumonia, for the subsequent implementation of a phase II study.This is a preliminary, monocentric, single-arm, interventional, non-pharmacological exploratory study. All enrolled patients will be treated with low-dose radiotherapy. Participants will undergo irradiation of the lungs, administered in a single fraction at the average prescription dose of 0.7 Gy (further details in the dedicated section).
Description: Evaluation of the feasibility of low-dose radiotherapy treatment of SARS-Cov2 pneumonia, for the purpose of the subsequent implementation of a phase II study; lenght of hospital stay will be recordedMeasure: Lenght of hospital stay (days) Time: Six months
Description: Evaluation of the feasibility of low-dose radiotherapy treatment of SARS-Cov2 pneumonia; the number of intensive care unit admissions will be recordedMeasure: Number of Intensive Care Unit admissions Time: Six months
Description: Variation of the patient's score according to the Brescia COVID-19 Respiratory Severity Scale (minimum value 0, maximum value 8; higher scores mean a worse outcome) with baseline, assessed at 3, 6 and 10 days after treatment.Measure: Variation of the Brescia COVID-19 Respiratory Severity Scale after treatment Time: 3, 6 and 10 days
Description: Evaluation of the safety and tolerance of the low-dose radiotherapy treatment of SARS-Cov2 ( using the CTCAE 5.0 scale)Measure: Occurence of CTCAE 5.0 adverse events Time: 10 days and 6 months
Description: Variation of the radiological findings, assessed by chest X-ray (performed 3 and 6 days after treatment) and defined according to the Brixia scoring system (0-18 scale, with 18 meaning the worse outcome)Measure: Variation of the chest X-ray radiological findings according to Brixia scoring system Time: 3 and 6 days
Data processed on September 26, 2020.
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