REMAP-CAP is a randomised, multi-factorial, adaptative platform trial for community-acquired pneumonia which was later adapted to the COVID-19 pandemics.
Primary objective: To identify the effect of a range of interventions to improve outcome as defined by 21-day ICU free days.
Type of study: Interventional, RCT, Phase 3
Treatment tested: Multiple
Sample size: Adaptative trial therefore no prespecified sample size
Study participants: Suspected or proven COVID-19 infection (for the COVID-19 Domains)
Study status: Ongoing
- Protocol Summary
- REMAP-CAP Core Protocol
- Pandemic Appendix to the Core Protocol
- REMAP-COVID Core Protocol
- Operational characteristics of the Pandemic Appendix to the Core Protocol
Investigators (study chairs)
- Steve Webb, Prof., Monash University
- Colin McArthur, Dr, Medical Research Institute of New Zealand
- Marc Bonten, Prof., UMC Utrecht
- Lennie Derde, MD, UMC Utrecht
- Marshall Marshall, Prof., Unity Health Toronto
- Angus Derek, Prof., University of Pittsburgh Medical Center
Last updated: September 2020
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