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Adjuvant Therapeutic Effects of Melatonin Agonist on Hospitalized Patients With Confirmed or Suspected COVID-19

Piovezan et al., NCT04470297, MELCOV2020, NCT04470297
Mar 2021  
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Estimated 100 patient melatonin late treatment RCT with results not reported over 2.5 years after estimated completion.
3 melatonin RCTs have results missing long after expected Boukef, Piovezan, Rodríguez-Rubio
The trials report a total of 268 patients, with 2 trials having actual enrollment of 168, and the other estimated.
Piovezan et al., 1 Mar 2021, Double Blind Randomized Controlled Trial, placebo-controlled, Brazil, trial NCT04470297 (history) (MELCOV2020).
Contact: rdpiovezan@gmail.com.
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