|D003141||Communicable Diseases NIH||0.07|
There is one clinical trial.
The research aims to determine the impact of a syndromic mutiplex PCR assay (FilmArray) on the management of patients hospitalized in ICU for severe respiratory disease. During the SARS-CoV-2 outbreak, the diagnosis of pneumonia has become considerably more complex as the biological, radiological and clinical criteria of covid-19 interfere with the standard criteria for the diagnosis of severe respiratory diseases. Moreover, patients with COVID-19 are at higher risk of developing other associated infections and thus, patients have therefore often been treated with antibiotics, adequately or not, due to difficulty to quickly identify the etiology of their symptoms with conventional methods. In order to improve their treatment, both diagnostic and therapeutic, we set up a new syndromic molecular test in our laboratories to accelerate and improve the pneumonia management and antibiotic stewardship. This research will include 100 to 150 adult patients hospitalized in ICU during the first half of 2020. It will take place within the Nancy University Hospital and the Reims University Hospital, France.
Description: Antibiotic prescription modification following the FilmArray results as: No prescription No change in antibiotic utilization Antibiotic initiation Antibiotic escalation Antibiotic de-escalation Antibiotic discontinuationMeasure: Therapeutic decision Time: 24 h following the FilmArray results
Data processed on December 13, 2020.
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