I’d like to recognise the work done by the CAMERA team in getting the CAMERA Trial off the ground and flying. It’s 6 months since the study started taking enrolments. Recruitment is on target, hospitals in Singapore and Israel have recently joined the multiple sites across Australia.
The CAMERA Trial – Combination Antibiotic therapy for Methicillin-Resistant Staphylococcus Aureus – is a multi-centre RCT to determine if 7 days of intravenous β-lactam in combination with standard therapy will lead to better complication-free survival 90-days after randomisation, compared to standard therapy alone in adult patients with methicillin-resistant S. aureus (MRSA) bloodstream infection.
We are fortunate to work with people making a difference to our future and support Josh, Steve and the CAMERA team with our Spinnaker software. We have written a case study on the trial which you can read here.
The case study will become part of a suite of trials coming to our new information-rich Spinnaker website later this year.
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Hope you enjoy the read.