A Guide to the Management of COVID-1926 May 2021 17:42
Interesting read, JAK inhibitors mentioned...
It is essential to recognize that it is not the virus that is killing the patient, rather it is the patient’s overactive immune system. [367,370,403,461] The flames of the “cytokine fire” are out of control and need to be extinguished. Providing supportive care (with ventilators that themselves stoke the fire) and waiting for the cytokine fire to burn itself out simply does not work… this approach has FAILED and has led to the death of tens of thousands of patients.
RE: Covid19 Wikipedia, Interesting...20 May 2021 20:31
Ahfam, Sadoldgit, glad to see still focusing with the bickering going on. It doesn't get much clearer when explained on Wixi.
we haven't much time, it could be farewell Sareum, lock stock and barrel, then who's gonna bicker at who. Our BB has been filled with fantastic posters for years with great informative posts. Lets keep focused, we all want best outcome possible, for the worlds health, long life and your wealth ;)
Covid19 Wikipedia, Interesting...20 May 2021 16:48
Several experimental treatments are being actively studied in clinical trials. Others were thought to be promising early in the pandemic, such as hydroxychloroquine and lopinavir/ritonavir, but later research found them to be ineffective or even harmful. Despite ongoing research, there is still not enough high-quality evidence to recommend so-called early treatment. Nevertheless, in the United States, two monoclonal antibody-based therapies are available for early use in cases thought to be at high risk of progression to severe disease. The antiviral remdesivir is available in the U.S., Canada, Australia, and several other countries, with varying restrictions; however, it is not recommended for people needing mechanical ventilation, and is discouraged altogether by the World Health Organization (WHO), due to limited evidence of its efficacy.