|D045169||Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome NIH||0.04|
|D018352||Coronavirus Infections NIH||0.04|
There is one clinical trial.
A) Phase II: Early viral responses to triazavirin In hospitalised patients with mild-moderate COVID-19, in addition to standard of care therapy, treatment with triazavirin 250mg three times daily for five days, the slope of increase of the Ct values of serial nasopharyngeal swabs to 12 days after initiation of treatment will be ≥24% higher than in hospitalised patients receiving standard of care treatment only. B) Phase III: Efficacy of triazavirin to improve clinical outcomes In hospitalised patients with mild-moderate laboratory proven COVID-19, in addition to standard of care therapy, treatment with triazavirin 250mg three times daily for five days will reduce a composite outcome - death; ICU admission or mechanical ventilation; or prolonged duration of admission- by ≥29% when compared to the composite outcome in hospitalised patients receiving standard of care therapy only.
Description: To ascertain that indeed there is a biological effect of Triazavirin, we will compare slope of cycle threshold (Ct) values of nasopharyngeal swabs taken from all patients in the Phase II part of the trial. We require at least a 24% difference in slope.Measure: To compare the slope of cycle threshold(Ct) values of nasopharyngeal swabs in people receiving Triazavirin versus placebo Time: 11 days per patient
Description: We have selected a composite measure including three adverse outcomes, all of which have serious implications for the patient and the health system. We will combine: deaths; ICU admissions or mechanical ventilation; and prolonged hospital stays -defined in this study as >14 days.Measure: To assess the proportion of patients who progress to severe COVID-19 and the proportion who need ICU or die. Time: 1 month per patient
Description: We will compare rates of grade 3 and worse adverse events that occur whilst on treatment, and for up to 30 days after randomisation. We will also report on tolerability, by comparing the proportions by arm of those who had placebo/Triazavirin withheld permanently.Measure: To determine the proportion of patients who develop grade 3 or grade 4 adverse events on treatment Time: 1 month per patient
Description: We will report on tolerability by comparing the proportions by arm who had placebo/Triazavirin withheld permanently.Measure: To determine the proportion of patients who stop taking either placebo/Triazavirin Time: 1 month per patient
Data processed on December 13, 2020.
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