|drug215||Analysis of cytokine response, innate and adaptive immune response, complement activation, and serum neurofilaments as a marker of neurological damage. Wiki||0.71|
|drug828||Complete thrombophilic profile testing by multiplex PCR Wiki||0.71|
|drug2514||Placebo oral tablet Wiki||0.12|
|D020767||Intracranial Thrombosis NIH||0.71|
|D020246||Venous Thrombosis NIH||0.21|
There are 2 clinical trials
A controlled trial of the drug tranexamic acid (TXA) in inpatients recently admitted to the hospital with the diagnosis of COVID19. It is hypothesized that TXA will reduce the infectivity and virulence of the virus.
Description: Transfer to Intensive Care Unit for deteriorating clinical conditionMeasure: Admission to Intensive Care Unit Time: Randomization to 7 days after randomization
A recent report in Physiolological Reviews proposed that the endogenous protease plasmin acts on SARS-CoV-2 by cleaving a newly inserted furin site in the S protein portion of the virus resulting in increased infectivity and virulence. A logical treatment that might blunt this process would be the inhibition of the conversion of plasminogen to plasmin. Fortunately, there is an inexpensive, commonly used drug, tranexamic acid, TXA, which suppresses this conversion and could be re-purposed for the treatment of COVID-19. TXA is a synthetic analog of the amino acid lysine which reversibly binds four to five lysine receptor sites on plasminogen. This reduces conversion of plasminogen to plasmin, and is normally used to prevent fibrin degradation. TXA is FDA approved for the outpatient treatment of heavy menstrual bleeding (typical dose 1300 mg p.o. TID x 5 days) and off-label use for many other indications. TXA is used perioperatively as a standard-of-care at UAB for orthopedic and cardiac bypass surgeries. It has a long track record of safety such that it is used over-the-counter in other countries as an antiviral and for the treatment of cosmetic dermatological disorders. Given the potential benefit and limited toxicity of TXA it would appear warranted to perform randomized, double-blind placebo controlled exploratory trial at UAB as a prophylactic antiviral treatment following exposure to COVID-19 in order to determine whether it reduces infectivity and virulence of the SARS-CoV-2 virus as hypothesized. Involvement of each patient is only for 7 days before primary endpoints and 30 days for final data collection.
Description: RNA testing of nasopharyngeal swabsMeasure: Conversion from negative to positive COVID-19 test Time: Repeat testing after 7 days
Data processed on December 13, 2020.
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