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Efficacy of Oral Rinses for Inactivation of COVID-19 (MOR2)

Jacox et al., NCT05178173, MOR2, NCT05178173
Jun 2023  
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Estimated 150 patient cetylpyridinium chloride early treatment RCT with results not reported over 11 months after estimated completion.
5 cetylpyridinium chloride RCTs have results missing long after expected1-5
The trials report a total of 528 patients, with 3 trials having actual enrollment of 288, and the remainder estimated.
Jacox et al., 30 Jun 2023, Double Blind Randomized Controlled Trial, USA, trial NCT05178173 (history) (MOR2). Contact: ljacox@live.unc.edu.
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