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meta|Evidence - COVID-19

Live meta-analysis and evidence synthesis of potential therapies for COVID19

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COVACTA unpublished   NCT04320615 10 days ago

tocilizumab vs. placebo - COVID-19 severe or critically low risk of bias

    COVACTA trial did not meet its primary endpoint of improved clinical status in patients with COVID-19 associated pneumonia, or the key secondary endpoint of reduced patient mortality

  • inconclusive results for: clinical improvement

meta-analysis

Mitja , 2020   NCT04304053 2 weeks ago

hydroxychloroquine vs. control - COVID-19 prophylaxis some concern in risk of bias

  • inconclusive results for: death; PCR-confirmed, symptomatic Covid-19 disease

meta-analysis

Coalition Covid-19 Brazil I , 2020   NCT04322123 2 weeks ago

hydroxychloroquine plus macrolides vs. standard of care - COVID-19 mild to moderate some concern in risk of bias

  • inconclusive results for: 15 days clinical worsening (7 levels ordinal scale); in hospital deaths

meta-analysis

Coalition Covid-19 Brazil I , 2020   NCT04322123 2 weeks ago

hydroxychloroquine vs. standard of care - COVID-19 mild to moderate some concern in risk of bias

  • inconclusive results for: 15 days clinical worsening (seven-point ordinal scale); death

meta-analysis

SNG001 inhaled interferon beta vs. placebo - COVID 19 hospitalized NA risk of bias

  • suggested 2.2-fold increase in recovery
  • suggested 79 % decrease in 16-day ventilation or death

risk of bias not assessable

meta-analysis

Skipper , 2020   NCT04308668 3 weeks ago

hydroxychloroquine 600mg vs. placebo - COVID 19 outpatients some concern in risk of bias

    change in symptom severity over 14 days did not differ between the hydroxychloroquine and placebo groups (difference in symptom severity: relative, 12%; absolute, −0.27 points [95% CI, −0.61 to 0.07 points]; P = 0.117)

  • inconclusive results for: no ongoing symptoms at 14 days; deaths

meta-analysis

RECOVERY , 2020   5 weeks ago

lopinavir/ritonavir vs. control - COVID 19 hospitalized some concern in risk of bias

    the trial Steering Committee concluded that there is no beneficial effect of lopinavir-ritonavir in patients hospitalised with COVID-19 and closed randomisation to that treatment arm

  • inconclusive results for: 28-day mortality

meta-analysis

Arshad (HCQ) , 2020   OBS 5 weeks ago

hydroxychloroquine vs. control - COVID 19 hospitalized critical risk of bias

  • suggested 66 % decrease in mortality but with a very low degree of certainty due to critical risk of bias

meta-analysis

Arshad (HCQ AZ) , 2020   OBS 5 weeks ago

hydroxychloroquine plus macrolides vs. control - COVID 19 hospitalized critical risk of bias

  • suggested 71 % decrease in mortality but with a very low degree of certainty due to critical risk of bias

meta-analysis

GRECCO-19 , 2020   NCT04326790 2 months ago

colchicine vs. standard of care - COVID 19 hospitalized some concern in risk of bias

  • suggested 89 % decrease in clinical deterioration

meta-analysis

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