Guidelines: COVID-19 Drug Therapy Trial Updates
Guideline Resources
COVID-19 Drug Therapy Trial Updates
Key Points
Updated 5/27/20. No drug is currently FDA-approved to treat COVID-19. Various drugs have reported in vitro activity or theoretical basis for antiviral activity, but to date, none have shown proven clinical efficacy. All trial links below lead to pre-filtered search results (by drug) at ClinicalTrials.gov.

FDA MedWatch safety alert warning against hydroxychloroquine/chloroquine use for COVID-19 outside hospital setting or clinical trial (issued 4/24/20).

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Epocrates Guideline Synopsis Last Update: May 27, 2020
Publication Year:
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Abbreviations
Abantibody
ACEIangiotensin-converting enzyme inhibitor
ARBangiotensin receptor blocker
AZazithromycin
CIconfidence interval
COVID-19coronavirus dz 2019
CScorticosteroid
EHRelectronic health record
FPVfavipiravir
HCQhydroxychloroquine
IFNinterferon
LMWHlow-molecular-weight heparin
LOSlength of stay
LPV/r lopinavir/ritonavir
NCnasal cannula
NOnitric oxide
NTZnitazoxanide
RAroom air
RCTrandomized, controlled trial
RDVremdesivir
SOCstandard of care
SOFAsequential organ failure assessment
TCZtocilizumab
TXAtranexamic acid