There is one clinical trial.
In the absence of 2019-ncov specific therapeutic drugs, arbidol is effective against a variety of coronaviruses in vitro pharmacodynamics. In order to observe the efficacy and safety of arbidol in the treatment of 2019-ncov infected pneumonia, this study is planned.
Description: virus negative conversion rate in second week, overall virus negative conversion rateMeasure: Virus negative conversion rate Time: 14-20 days
Description: defined as: the rate of Axillary temperature ≤37.5 ℃ for at least 48hMeasure: Antipyretic rate Time: 14-20 days
Description: time to relieve symptoms of fever, cough, dyspnea, myalgia, etcMeasure: Symptom relief time Time: 14-20 days
Description: no adjuvant oxygen therapy, resting oxygen saturation>95%, oxygenation index>350Measure: Finger oxygen improvement rate Time: 14-20 days
Description: Mild, common type progression to severe or critical illness rateMeasure: Disease progression rate Time: 14-20 days
Data processed on December 13, 2020.
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