A combination of dexamethasone, remdesivir, and baricitinib was associated with a ‘significant survival benefit’ when compared with dual therapy of dexamethasone with remdesivir, according to a retrospective study.
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The monoclonal antibody Actemra (tocilizumab) was approved for emergency use in hospitalised paediatric and adult COVID-19 patients based on results from four clinical trials.
Treating moderate to severe COVID-19 pneumonia patients with poor prognosis with Kineret® (anakinra) prevented death and progression to severe respiratory failure.
In a Phase III trial, adding Lenzilumab™ to steroid and remdesivir regimens improved the likelihood of survival without need for mechanical ventilation by 54 percent.
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CT-P59, a monoclonal antibody therapy for COVID-19, was found to be particularly effective at reducing recovery times in moderate COVID-19 patients aged 50 plus.
Scientists have shown that treating COVID-19 patients with severe respiratory complications with an IL-6 signalling inhibitor improved their symptoms.
A preliminary analysis of data from the first COVID-19 pneumonia patients enrolled in the ODYSSEY trial revealed that tradipitant may expedite clinical improvement.
The portfolio will be offered to low- and lower-middle-income countries to help financially strained healthcare systems care for COVID-19 patients.
Interim results showed Auxora plus standard of care improved time to recovery and reduced ventilator use in patients compared to standard of care alone.