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Infographic showing how to find what clinical trials are available if your patient tests positive for COVID-19. The details of the infographic are in the image description below.

 

Has your patient tested positive for COVID-19?

The Combat COVID ACTIV Clinical Trials Decision Tree guides you through key questions to help you learn about your patient’s options for current clinical trials evaluating new treatments for COVID-19. Your answers will lead you to the clinical trial(s) that your patient may be able to join. Share information about opportunities to participate in these trials with your patients.

This image helps people who test positive for COVID-19 find current clinical trials.

If your patient is not in the hospital, they may be eligible for:

  • ACTIV-2: Adapt Out COVID
  • ACTIV-6: Outpatient Trial of Repurposed Medications
  • OTAC: Outpatient Treatment with Anti-Coronavirus Immunoglobulin

If your patient is currently in the hospital, they may be eligible for:

  • ACTIV-1: Immune Modulators for Treating COVID-19
  • ACTIV-3: (TICO) Therapeutics for Inpatients with COVID-19
  • ACTIV-3b: (TESICO) Therapeutics for Severely Ill Inpatients with COVID-19
  • ACTIV-4a: ACUTE
  • ACTIV-4HT: Host Tissue
  • ACTIV-5: Big Effect Trial

If your patient was in the hospital but has been discharged, they may be eligible for:

  • ACTIV-4c: Evaluating Antithrombotics