COVID-19 Research Intro
Here at NBT we have a dedicated research team who, in collaboration with many other NHS Trusts and research organisations, are helping us to better understand COVID-19 and how to treat it.
As the virus affects so many different people from all manner of patient populations, we are running a number of trials looking at a variety of treatment options to make sure we’re providing the best possible care for our entire community.
We are so proud of both our staff and the patients who are supporting us through this difficult time, and to be part of the national effort to find an effective treatment for this virus.
Our initial analysis of blood-based biomarkers from patients with COVID-19.
An investigation into five therapeutic drugs to improve patient treatment.
Respiratory Support study looking at treatments to maintain high oxygen levels.
Looking at treatments to improve survival and recovery of patients with pneumonia.
A surveillance study focussed on women hospitalised with COVID-19 during pregnancy.
Investigating birth outcomes in pregnant women admitted to hospital with COVID-19.
Looking at the impact of infectivity within aerosols caused by medical equipment.
An assessment of the safety of treatment for hospitalised patients with diabetes.
A rapid data collection study responding to outbreak-prone infectious diseases.
Determining the accuracy of new and faster testing to improve patient care.
Looking at genes which cause some people to be more susceptible to infections.
Aiming to identify longer-term health problems associated with COVID-19.
A large surveillance study on patients with a lower respiratory tract infection.
Become one of the thousands of people taking part in research every day within the NHS.
Want to find out more about our research? Simply get in touch with a member of our team here.