CAPE COD

Community-Acquired Pneumonia: Evaluation of COrticosteroiDs. and sub-trial CAPE COVID19 Community-Acquired Pneumonia: Evaluation of Corticosteroids in COronaVIrus Disease (CAPE COD)

This trial evaluated the effect of hydroxycortisone on survival or respiratory support among patients with critical COVID-19 

Primary objective: To determine the effect of hydrocortisone on treatment failure on day 21 in critically ill patients with severe acute respiratory syndrome coronavirus 2 (SARS-CoV-2) infection and acute respiratory failure 

Type of studyInterventionalRCT, Phase 3

Treatment testedHydroxycortisone

Countries: France

Number of sitesN/A 

Sample size290 

Study participants:  Adults, COVID-19 confirmed  by PCR or suspected (suggestive chest computed tomography scan result in the absence of any other cause of pneumoniaadmitted in ICU 

Study status Completed

 

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Last updated: September 2020

 

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