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There are 2 clinical trials
This is an open label randomised controlled study of oral ivermectin (600 mcg/kg/d* 3 day) versus combined of hydroxychloroquine plus darunavir/ ritonavir for 5 days treatment among asymptomatic carrier of SAR-CoV2 adult Thai population. Outcomes include safety and duration of detectable of SAR-CoV2 in nasopharyngeal/ throat (NP) swab by polymerase chain reaction amplification (PCR) after treatment. 40-50 patients in each treatment arm is planned, with an interim analysis when approximately 50% of cases is enrolled.
Description: Comparison of adverse event rates between treatment armsMeasure: Adverse event rates Time: after first dose until day 28 of follow up
Description: comparison of median duration for detectable SAR-CoV2 by PCR from NP swab in each armMeasure: Efficacy for shortening duration of SAR-CoV2 detection by PCR Time: weekly after treatment until 4th week
Description: comparison of median duration for total antibody detection in each armMeasure: Antibody detection rates Time: weekly after treatment until 4th week
Covid 19, a novel coronavirus, causes infection that, while mild to moderate in many people, can lead to severe disease in a significant portion. Currently, it is expected that the majority, 81%, of patients with COVID-19 will have mild to moderate disease, with 14% having more severe disease (2). There exists a number of candidate drugs that may inhibit SARS-CoV-2 infection or progression of disease. Simple, safe and low-cost strategies that may be the best solution to inhibit infection and limit transmission and spread of infection. Ivermectin is a drug initially synthesized and used as an anthelmintic. It has been found to have activity against several RNA viruses such as the SARS-CoV-2 by mechanisms that inhibit importin α/β-mediated nuclear transport that may prevent viral proteins from entering the nucleus to alter host cell function. A recent in vitro study showed that a single dose of ivermectin could kill COVID-19 in vitro within 48 hours. A recent multi-continent retrospective study of 1,400 patients demonstrated an association of ivermectin use with lower in-hospital mortality 1.4% versus 8.5%. Given these findings and its safety profile, cost and ease of administration, Ivermectin warrants study as a potential treatment to prevent progression of COVID 19 infection.
Description: Clinical Improvement as measured by a standardized scaleMeasure: Clinical Improvement Time: 28 days
Data processed on December 13, 2020.
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