This is a prospective observational cohort study that will create a patient registry by collecting data on patients who receive REBYOTA to prevent recurrence of Clostridioides difficile infection (CDI). The registry will include data about CDI episodes, CDI related symptoms, healthcare resource utilization (i.e., hospitalizations and re-admissions) and this data will be collected up to 6-months after receiving REBYOTA™.
The purpose of this study is to compare the safety and efficacy of the PMX cartridge ( Toramyxin) (in Addition to Standard Medical Care for Patients with Endotoxemic Septic Shock:
Eligible and consented subjects will be randomized to receive either the PMX cartridge (administered twice for 1½ to 2 hours per treatment session approximately 24 hours apart) plus standard medical care or standard medical care alone. For all subjects in whom treatment has been initiated, a follow-up visit (if they are still in the hospital) or a telephone call will be completed at Day 28 (or later) to determine their mortality status. In surviving subjects, a follow-up visit or telephone call to determine their mortality status will also take place at approximately three months (i.e. Day 90) and 12 months after the subject was randomized.
This research study is being done to determine whether it is safe to give a kidney transplant from a donor with hepatitis C to a patient without hepatitis C. This study is looking for participants in need of a kidney transplant who are willing to accept a kidney from a patient with hepatitis C.
The overarching goal of the Master Protocol is to find effective strategies for inpatient management of patients with COVID-19. Therapeutic goals for patients hospitalized for COVID-19 include hastening recovery and preventing progression to critical illness, multiorgan failure, or death. Our objective is to determine whether modulating the host tissue response with agents targeting the RAAS improves clinical outcomes among patients with COVID-19.
Potential agents to investigate on this platform include TXA127 and TRV027. Both have potential beneficial effects on the RAAS system in COVID-19. We postulate that SARS-CoV-2 spike protein interaction with the ACE2 receptor leads to unchecked activity of AngII, and RAAS-targeting therapies will counterbalance pathologic RAAS effects. We will evaluate the efficacy of TXA127 and TRV027 in restoring RAAS balance.
Respiratory syncytial virus (RSV) is the most common cause of lower respiratory tract. infection (LRTI) among infants and young children, resulting in annual epidemics worldwide. Despite more than 50 years of attempted vaccine development, there are no licensed vaccines. While RSV prevention exists in the form of a specific RSV IgG (palivizumab) requiring 5 once monthly injections, it is licensed only for infants who experience the greatest morbidity and mortality from RSV: preterm infants born ≤ 35 weeks GA, children with chronic lung disease of prematurity, children with hemodynamically significant congenital heart disease. EDP-938 is a novel, orally administered, non-fusion replication inhibitor of respiratory syncytial virus (RSV) that is being developed as a potential treatment for RSV infection.
The Pediatric Intensive Care Influenza Study #2 (PICFLU2) is a multiyear, multicenter prospective observational study in patients aged ≤ 21 years hospitalized in pediatric Intensive Care Units (PICUs) and Stepdown (or intermediate) Care Units (SDUs) in the US designed to evaluate of the immunobiology of influenza virus-related critical illness in young hosts.