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Table 2a. Remdesivir: Selected Clinical Data

Last Updated: February 24, 2022

The clinical trials described in this table do not represent all the trials that the Panel reviewed while developing the recommendations for RDV. The studies summarized below are the randomized controlled trials that have had the greatest impact on the Panel’s recommendations. Studies of hospitalized patients are listed first, followed by studies of nonhospitalized patients.

Table 2a. Remdesivir: Selected Clinical Data
Table 2a. Remdesivir: Selected Clinical Data

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