|drug1550||IL-12 plasmid Wiki||1.00|
|D001424||Bacterial Infections NIH||1.00|
|D012327||RNA Virus Infections NIH||0.35|
|D007251||Influenza, Human NIH||0.30|
There is one clinical trial.
Respiratory infections such as colds, flu and pneumonia affect millions of people around the world every year. Most cases are mild, but some people become very unwell. Influenza ('flu') is one of the most common causes of lung infection. Seasonal flu affects between 10% and 46% of the population each year and causes around 12 deaths in every 100,000 people infected. In addition, both influenza and coronaviruses have caused pandemics in recent years, leading to severe disease in many people. Although flu vaccines are available, these need to change every year to overcome rapid changes in the virus and are not completely protective. This study aims to find and develop predictive tests to better understand how and when flu-like illness progresses to more severe disease. This may help to decide which people need to be admitted to hospital, and how their treatment needs to be increased or decreased during infection. The aim is to recruit 100 patients admitted to hospital due to a respiratory infection. It is voluntary to take part and participants can choose to withdraw at any time. The study will involve some blood and nose samples. This will be done on Day 0, Day 2 and Discharge from hospital, and an out-patient follow-up visit on Day 28. The data will be used to develop novel diagnostic tools to assist in rational treatment decisions that will benefit both individual patients and resource allocation. It will also establish research preparedness for upcoming pandemics.
Description: The identity of pathological organisms associated with influenza-like illness (including respiratory viruses and bacteria) will be obtained from the patient's medical recordMeasure: Describe the aetiology of influenza-like illness in hospitalised adults Time: Day 0 to Day 28
Description: The following data will be collected from the patient's medical record. At enrolment, data will consist of: past medical history, clinical signs and symptoms relating to this admission, vital signs (pulse rate, blood pressure, temperature, oxygen saturation), demographics, drug history, laboratory results including diagnostic microbiological tests and interventions. Data collection on Day 28 will consist of clinical diagnosis at discharge, any febrile illness in the 7 days preceding the visit, mortality and complications between Day 0 and 28.Measure: Describe the clinical outcomes of influenza-like illness in hospitalised adults Time: Day 0 to Day 28
Description: Cytokine levels (in pg/mL) will be measured in plasma and nasal lining fluid samples by MesoScale DiscoveryMeasure: Identify changes in cytokine levels during influenza-like illness in hospitalised adults Time: Day 0 to Day 28
Data processed on December 13, 2020.
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