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Background: Up-to-date, there is no recognized effective treatment or vaccine for the treatment of coronavirus disease (COVID-19) that emphasize urgency around distinctive effective therapies. This study aims to evaluate the anti-parasitic medication efficacy "Ivermectin" plus standard care (Azithromycin, Paracetamol, vitamin C, Zinc, Lactoferrin, Acetylcystein, prophylactic or therapeutic anticoagulation if D-dimer > 1000 and/or steroids) in the treatment of mild/moderate and severely ill cases with COVID 19 infection versus Hydroxychloroquine plus standard care, as well as Ivermectin prophylaxis of health care and/ or household contacts. Subject and methods: 600 subjects; 400 symptomatic confirmed COVID-19 patients and 200 health care and household contacts distributed over 6 groups; Group I: 100 patients with Mild/Moderate COVID-19 infection received a 4-days course of Ivermectin plus standard care; Group II: 100 patients with mild/moderate COVID-19 infection received hydroxychlorquine plus standard care; Group III: 100 patients with severe COVID-19 infection received Ivermectin plus standard of care; Group IV: 100 patients with Severe COVID-19 infection received hydroxychlorquine plus standard care. Routine laboratory investigations and real time- polymerase chain reaction (rt-PCR) were reported before and after initiation of treatment. Group V stick to personal protective equipment (PPE) plus Ivermectin, and Group VI stick to PPE only and both groups were followed for two weeks.
Description: improvement of dyspnea using mMRC scale, disappearance of fever using thermometer, Fatigue using Fatigue Assessment Scale (FAS), and improvement of Oxygen saturation using pulse oximeter.Measure: number of participants with improvement of clinical condition (symptoms and signs) Time: 3 months
Description: recording days of clinical improvement (recovery time) , hospital stay days and mortality rateMeasure: Reduction of recovery time, hospital stay days and mortality rate Time: 3 months
Description: improvement of laboratory investigations (CBC, CRP, Ferritin, D-dimer) and 2 consecutive negative PCR tests taken at least 48 hours apart.Measure: improvement of laboratory investigations and 2 consecutive negative PCR tests taken at least 48 hours apart. Time: 3 months
Data processed on December 13, 2020.
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