DrugBank ID: db00152
DrugCentral: thiamine
Synonymous :aneurin | antiberiberi factor | thiamin | thiamine | thiamine(1+) | thiamine(1+) ion | thiaminium | thiaminum | tiamina | vitamin b1

Drug Sentece Context

Table 1. Analysis of context sentence of thiamine gene in 18 abstracts.

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32631405 Duration of intervention: 7 days from randomization Intervention in the treatment group: Vitamin A 25,000 IU daily Vitamin D 600,000 IU once during study Vitamin E 300 IU twice daily Vitamin C is taken four times per day B vitamins are taken as a daily Soluvit [which included thiamine nitrate 3.1 mg, sodium riboflavin phosphate 4.9 mg (corresponding to vitamin B2 3.6 mg), nicotinamide 40 mg, pyridoxine hydrochloride 4.9 mg (corresponding to vitamin B6 4.0 mg), sodium pantothenate 16.5 mg (corresponding to pantothenic acid 15 mg), sodium ascorbate 113 mg (corresponding to vitamin C 100 mg), biotin 60 μg, folic acid 400 μg, and cyanocobalamin 5 μg] The control group will not receive any supplements or placebo.
32809870 The core treatment strategy to manage the pulmonary phase includes the combination of methylprednisolone, ascorbic acid, thiamine, and heparin (MATH+ protocol). […] While there is no single ‘Silver Bullet’ to cure COVID-19, we believe that the severely disturbed pathological processes leading to respiratory failure in patients with COVID-19 organizing pneumonia will respond to the combination of Methylprednisone, Ascorbic acid, Thiamine, and full anticoagulation with Heparin (MATH+ protocol).
32842513 Level 1 and 2 evidence supports the use of thiamine, vitamin C, and vitamin D in COVID-like respiratory diseases, ARDS, and sepsis.
33193954 We later found out that thiamine treatment had been discontinued three months before, due to general confinement in Tunisia during the COVID-19 pandemic. […] Parenteral administration of 100 mg of thiamine daily resulted in the recovery of haematopoiesis within three weeks.
33317385 " the increasing medical journal publications and the rapidly accumulating personal clinical experiences with COVID-19 patients, a treatment protocol was created for the hospitalized patients based on the core therapies of methylprednisolone, ascorbic acid, thiamine, heparin and co-interventions (MATH+).
33388006 For patients with high severity of symptoms, urgent in-clinic administration of albuterol nebulizer, inhaled budesonide, and intravenous volume expansion with supplemental parenteral thiamine 500 mg, magnesium sulfate 4 grams, folic acid 1 gram, vitamin B12 1 mg.
33448683 The present study aims to verify the association between diabetes and thiamine deficiency in critically ill patients infected by severe acute respiratory syndrome coronavirus 2. […] This is a descriptive cross-sectional study, whose demographic, anthropometric, and laboratory data (arterial lactate, bicarbonate, and plasma thiamine) were obtained in the first hours of admission to the intensive care unit. […] Patients with diabetes were compared with individuals without diabetes, and the correlation was performed between thiamine and lactate levels. […] Thiamine levels <28 μg/L were considered as thiamine deficiency. […] The median value of thiamine was 54.0 μg/L (38-72.3), and 15.6% had thiamine deficiency. […] Among patients with diabetes, 26.3% had thiamine deficiency, and 69.3% had hyperlactatemia. […] There was an association between thiamine deficiency and diabetes (odds ratio 4.28; 95% CI, 2.08-8.81; P < .001). […] There was a strong negative correlation between thiamine and arterial lactate in patients with diabetes (r = -0.711, P < .001) and a moderate negative correlation in critically ill patients without diabetes (r = -0.489, P < .001). […] The prevalence of thiamine deficiency in critically ill patients due to coronavirus disease 2019 is higher in patients with diabetes. […] There is a negative correlation between thiamine and arterial lactate levels, which is higher in people with diabetes.
33532161 The first one, methylprednisolone, ascorbic acid, thiamine, and heparin (MATH+), is intended for hospital and intensive care unit treatment of pulmonary phases of the disease. […] It is based on affordable, commonly available components: anti-inflammatory corticosteroids (methylprednisolone, “M”), high-dose vitamin C infusion (ascorbic acid, “A”), vitamin B1 (thiamine, “T”), anticoagulant heparin (“H”), antiparasitic agent ivermectin, and supplemental components (“+”) including melatonin, vitamin D, elemental zinc, and magnesium.