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Study Testing Convalescent Plasma vs Best Supportive Care
Currently there are no proven treatment option for COVID-19. Human convalescent plasma is an option for COVID-19 treatment and could be available from people who have recovered and can donate plasma.
The Effect of Inhaled Nitric Oxide on Dyspnea and Exercise Tolerance in Interstitial Lung Disease.
Interstitial Lung Disease (ILD) is a is a lung disorder which makes breathing more difficult. During exercise, patients with ILD are not efficient breathers and this leads to serious breathing difficulties, which often causes these patients to stop exercise at low intensities. The investigators think that these patients with ILD have problems exchanging fresh gas (i.e., oxygen) into the blood stream because of poor lung blood vessel function. The investigators will test whether inhaled medications, specifically nitric oxide, can improve lung blood vessel function and decrease breathing difficulties during exercise. With this...
The Impacts of the Different Anesthesia Methods on Patients of Transbronchial Cryobiopsy
to evaluate the difference between the tracheal intubation (TI) and rigid bronchoscopy (RB) under general anesthesia on patients with transbronchial cryobiopsy.
Therapeutic Antioxidant Supplementation
A remotely administered study, non-randomized, non-blinded, controlled parallel assignment phase 2 trial to determine if oral inosine or inositol hexaphosphate will provide an effective long-term therapy to combat or slow neural damage progression either concurrently with existing iron chelation therapy or during the natural course of the disorder. Clinical changes in hearing, balance, and mobility, and cognition will be assessed for 36 months through patient-reported outcomes of study assigned assessments.
The TELO-SCOPE Study: Attenuating Telomere Attrition With Danazol. Is There Scope to Dramatically Improve Health Outcomes for Adults and Children With Pulmonary Fibrosis
TELO-SCOPE is a national, multi-centre, double-blind, placebo-controlled, randomised (2:1) trial which will test the hypothesis that, compared to placebo, the addition of danazol to standard of care in pulmonary fibrosis associated with short telomeres is safe and will result in reduced telomere attrition.
Thorax MRI for Evaluation of Lung Morphology, Ventilation and Perfusion
In spite of the considerable technical difficulties, several publications confirm the potential that T1-maps and MRI to characterize pathological changes in lung tissue. However, existing literature still cannot provide a final evaluation of the presented methods. Study participants won't have any disadvantage in participating the study since all of them undergo next to the MRI-Scan also the two standard methods: CT and lung function test. In this study the value of chest MR compared to CT and LFT in the evaluation of morphological lung changes and their correlation to lung ventilation and perfusion will be evaluated.
To Evaluate Drug-drug Interactions Between DWN12088 and Nebivolol or Paroxetine in Healthy Volunteers
An open label, 2-part, one-sequence, 3-period study to evaluate drug-drug interactions between DWN12088 and nebivolol or Paroxetine in healthy volunteers
To Evaluate Drug-drug Interactions Between DWN12088 and Pirfenidone or Nintedanib in Healthy Volunteers
An open label, 2-part, one-sequence, 3-period study to evaluate drug-drug interactions between DWN12088 and Pirfenidone or Nintedanib in healthy volunteers
To Evaluate the Effect of Food on the the Pharmacokinetics and Safety After Oral DWN12088 Administration in Healthy Adult Volunteers
The pharmacokinetics (PK) and safety of single oral dose of DWN12088 in healthy adults will be compared and assessed on an empty stomach, after high-fat meal, or 2 hours after high-fat meal.
TOFAcitinib in SARS-CoV2 Pneumonia
Immune-mediated lung injury plays a pivotal role in severe interstitial pnemumonia related to SARS-CoV2 infection. Tofacitinib, a JAK1/3-Inhibitor, could mitigate alveolar inflammation by blocking IL-6 signal. The aim of this prospective single cohort open study is to test the hypotesis that early administration of tofacitinib in patients with symptomatic pneumonia could reduce pulmonary flogosis, preventing function deterioration and the need of mechanical ventilation and/or admission in intensive care units.