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There are 5 clinical trials
This epidemiological, transversal, cohort study aims to determine the potential influence of an active long-term hydroxychloroquine intake over the prevalence of a history of symptoms evocative of a COVID-19 infection in patients with a history of systemic lupus erythematosus, rheumatoid arthritis, Sjogren's syndrome or psoriatic arthritis, during the epidemic period in France. The information is gathered using a standardized questionnaire, by phone call.
Description: Adjusted Odds Ratio measuring the association between an exposure to long-term hydroxychloroquine intake and a history of symptoms compatible with a COVID-19 infection.Measure: Adjusted Odds Ratio Time: 4 months after inclusion
Since December 2019, an international outbreak of respiratory illnesses caused by SARS-CoV-2 called covid-19 has become a global challenge. In France, while the first cases were reported in January, more than 20 000 cases were confirmed at end of March. Early estimations from epidemiological data seem to show that 18-20% of patients with confirmed covid-19 are admitted in an intensive care unit (ICU). Patients with chronic inflammatory rheumatism, auto-immune or auto-inflammatory rare and non-rare diseases are susceptible to severe covid-19 (i.e ICU) due to the specific therapeutic management of their illness (corticosteroid, immunosuppressive and immunomodulatory drugs,..). No data are available for this particular population in France. This retrospective multicentre observational study aims to evaluate the frequency of severe forms of covid-19 and risk factors associated with specific outcomes in covid-19 in patients with chronic inflammatory rheumatism, auto-immune or auto-inflammatory rare and non-rare diseases.
The coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) pandemic is a potentially fatal disease that represents a great global public health concern. In European countries such as Spain, Italy, Germany, Portugal, England and France, the pandemic has been of utmost importance. To date, no treatment has been robustly validated, and two theoretically opposite therapeutic strategies are proposed, based either on antiretroviral therapy or on immunomodulating agents. In this complex context, people living with immune-mediated inflammatory diseases (IMID) raise specific concerns due to their potentially increased risk of infections or of severe infections. Among IMID, Sjögren's syndrome, systemic lupus erythematosus, rheumatoid arthritis, spondyloarthritis and giant cell arteritis are some key diseases. In this cross-sectional, observational, multi-centric study, the investigators aim to assess both clinical and serological prevalence of COVID-19 among samples of IMID patients in Europe. In parallel, the investigators aim to compare the prevalence of COVID-19 seroconversion across these five IMIDs, their penetration across different 6 European countries (France, Italy, Spain, Germany, United Kingdom and Portugal), and to assess the severity of COVID-19 in these patients. Moreover, changes in treatment will be assessed, including immunomodulatory tapering or discontinuation, its causes over the outbreak period, as well as the incidence of IMID flares and their severity over this same period. Finally, patient's perceptions towards the pandemic will be evaluated and compared to medication beliefs. Data will be collected through questionnaires during medical visit or phone consultation and serological tests will be performed within routine blood collection. As so, all study procedures are comprised within usual care. Through this study the investigators expect to have a better knowledge of the clinical and serological prevalence of COVID-19 in IMID across Europe, along with the psychological, clinical, and therapeutic impact of COVID-19 in this particular patient population.
Description: ELISA tests for COVID-19 antibodiesMeasure: COVID-19 seroconversion Time: 1 day, during routine blood collection
Description: Case report form filled by the health professionalMeasure: COVID-19 infection Time: During medical visit or phone consultation, up to 2 hours
Description: Descriptive analysis for each disease's rateMeasure: Seroconversion rate by disease Time: 1 day, during routine blood collection
Description: Descriptive analysis for each country's rateMeasure: Penetration across Europe Time: 1 day, during routine blood collection
Description: World Health Organization ordinal scale for clinical improvement at any given point of the infection, going from 0 to 8, where higher scores means worse outcome.Measure: COVID-19 severity Time: During medical visit, up to 1 hour
Description: Descriptive analysis for overall and COVID-19-linked mortality ratesMeasure: COVID-19 mortality rate Time: During contact with family members, up to 1 hour
Description: Case report form filled by the health professionalMeasure: COVID-19 impact on immunomodulatory treatment Time: During medical visit, up to 1 hour
Description: Case report form filled by the patientMeasure: Patient-reported flares Time: During medical visit, up to 1 hour
Description: Fear of COVID-19 scale, going from 7 to 35, where higher scores means worse outcome.Measure: Patient's fears towards COVID-19 Time: During medical visit, up to 1 hour
Description: Beliefs about Medicines Questionnaire, going from 11 to 55, with higher scores indicating stronger beliefs regarding medicine.Measure: Patient's beliefs in their medicines towards COVID-19 Time: During medical visit, up to 1 hour
this observational, cross-sectional, national, comparative study, including RMD patients followed in hospital centres of the FAI²R Rare Diseases Healthcare Pathway network and specialist private practitioners caring for patients suffering from inflammatory rheumatism, systemic autoimmune diseases and auto-inflammatory diseases. The objective of the study is to compare RMD patients with COVID 19 infection (cases) to RMD patients who have not had COVID 19 infection (controls) on their mental health.
The study explore the relationship between COVID-19 and the induction of autoimmune diseases.
Description: incidence of autoimmune conditionsMeasure: incidence of autoimmune conditions Time: Two-weeks
Data processed on December 13, 2020.
An HTML report was created for each of the unique drugs, MeSH, and HPO terms associated with COVID-19 clinical trials. Each report contains a list of either the drug, the MeSH terms, or the HPO terms. All of the terms in a category are displayed on the left-hand side of the report to enable easy navigation, and the reports contain a list of correlated drugs, MeSH, and HPO terms. Further, all reports contain the details of the clinical trials in which the term is referenced. Every clinical trial report shows the mapped HPO and MeSH terms, which are also hyperlinked. Related HPO terms, with their associated genes, protein mutations, and SNPs are also referenced in the report.Drug Reports MeSH Reports HPO Reports