This trial is evaluating whether ensovibep will improve 3 primary outcomes and 35 secondary outcomes in patients with COVID-19. Measurement will happen over the course of up to day 29.
This trial requires 2001 total participants across 6 different treatment groups
This trial involves 6 different treatments. Ensovibep is the primary treatment being studied. Participants will be divided into 4 treatment groups. Some patients will receive a placebo treatment. The treatments being tested are in Phase 2 & 3 and have had some early promising results.
Ensovibep may be a useful therapeutical option for the treatment of CVD-19 patients, and improved symptoms after 12 weeks of receiving it (increased SF-12 and ICSI-12 scores and lowered VAS scores) were demonstrated.
This may include respiratory symptoms, weight loss, and fatigue. Symptoms may be similar to other, common conditions, therefore, a definitive diagnosis should only be made by the provision of a diagnosis and investigation of the individual’s history. This information may reassure patients and families in addition to providing support to staff and staff in contact with them. theme:
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To date, data regarding the severity of SARS and MERS and whether potential vaccines exist for these viruses is relatively limited. In general, treatment for both SARS and MERS is supportive in nature and involves maintaining optimal nutrition, correcting electrolyte disorders and ensuring ventilation support is as stable as possible in critically sick patients. Early empiric antiviral therapy with lopinavir/ritonavir or interferon-alpha is considered the standard of care for SARS-related disease. Current evidence suggests antiviral medications should not be used in the early stages of treatment for SARS-related illness because of risk of further illness.
The number of Americans who receive the coronavirus illness is expected to rise over the coming months and years. The most likely peak is during April and May of 2020. However, there is considerable variability in disease incidence and transmission throughout the country, with considerable uncertainty in determining how much will be seen overall.
The virus SARS-CoV-2 and its mutation can enter the human body through the respiratory tract. After entry, it destroys lung tissue, causing multiple other complications throughout a person's life. Although there is no current cure, there are a few ways to minimize the risk of getting a virus like SARS-CoV-2 after being exposed.
There is no cure for infections in human beings. The infection can only be overcome by recovery. Only the host can cure themselves. People with coronavirus infection will have their virus in the body only when they recover their immune systems. A cure for coronavirus maybe an illusion. The virus is not a disease like influenza, it takes time for the body to recover. The virus is not a vaccination it is a disease that should be treated. A cure for infection like Ebola infection will not come any time soon...
Ensovibep(1) is a promising and novel synthetic analogue of the naturally occurring chemokine, thrombospondin-1 (TSP-1) with antiviral, anti-inflammatory and wound repair actions. It has a more favourable safety profile in comparison to other therapeutics investigated so far. The first results of an initial clinical trial are encouraging. Results will be presented at the International Conference on Antithrombotic & Thrombolytic Therapy (ATTA) in September 2019.
Ensovibep treatment induced a wide range of cutaneous, gastrointestinal and pulmonary findings. In a recent study, findings provides the most important data so far about the side effects of Ensovibep at clinical dosage in humans, thus contributing significant improvements in the care of patients treated with this antifibrotic agent.
There has been much discussion around the average age someone contracts (misdiagnosis of) covid-19, but it is important to consider the disease is highly variable and highly contagious. This article highlights the average age of symptomatic patients with which the public must be informed before embarking on a self-immunisation initiative and how the average age of symptomatic patients differs across a range of health services. There is no single 'average' for this disease; we must be aware of this.
As more data become available, it will become easier to determine the most appropriate treatment for ENSOVABEP-based treatment. The current experience suggests that ensovibep may be an important first-line treatment for most indications unless stated otherwise.
Ensovibep is well tolerated in this clinical trial in both adult and pediatric patients over a period of 10 weeks and provides rapid and sustained improvements in both pain and disease activity parameters, especially reductions in patient assessments of disability over baseline.