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Source: COVID-19 Research  Aug 04, 2020  1 year ago
COVID-19 Research: More Studies Showing High Dose Vitamin C Linked To Faster Recovery In COVID-19 Patients With Severe Conditions
COVID-19 Research: More Studies Showing High Dose Vitamin C Linked To Faster Recovery In COVID-19 Patients With Severe Conditions
Source: COVID-19 Research  Aug 04, 2020  1 year ago
COVID-19 Research: Numerous new studies are emerging that shows high dose Vitamin C could be useful in treating COVID-19 patients after initial skepticisms by certain medical doctors and researchers linked to the big pharmaceutical companies who were most probably paying these unethical medical professionals.

In the early stages of the COVID-19 pandemic, results of an analysis published in the Journal of Intensive Care revealed an association between the administration of Vitamin C to critically ill patients and a reduction in the length of time that the use of a ventilator was required.

The Swedish and Australian researchers pooled the results of eight controlled trials that compared the length of ventilation among patients who received intravenous or orally administered vitamin C, to the ventilation duration of control groups who did not receive the vitamin.

Upon having determined a 14% reduction in time spent using a ventilator among subjects who received vitamin C infusions, they subsequently limited the analysis to five trials that involved longer ventilation times of 10 hours or more, which suggests more severe disease.

The results in these critically ill patients found an average reduction in ventilator time of 25% among patients who received 1-6 grams of intravenous or oral vitamin C per day.

The research authors concluded that, “Given the strong evidence of benefit for more severely ill critical care patients along with the evidence of very low vitamin C levels in such patients, ICU patients may benefit from the administration of vitamin C. Further studies are needed to determine optimal protocols for its administration.”
In another recent case study a COVID 19 patient with acute respiratory distress syndrome recovered early following the intravenous administration of high-dose vitamin C. The report is published in the American Journal of Case Reports.
Dr Niraj Parikh from the Department of Cardiovascular Disease, McLaren-Flint/Michigan State University, Flint, MI, USA, and colleagues reported the case of COVID-19 patient with acute respiratory distress syndrome who was treated with high-dose vitamin C infusion and was the first case to have early recovery from the disease at their institute.

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The patient in question is of a 74-year-old woman who was presented to the emergency department with fever, cough, and shortness of breath. She had no recent sick contacts or travel history. Her vital signs were normal except for oxygen saturation of 87% and bilateral rhonchi on lun g auscultation. Chest radiography revealed air space opacity in the right upper lobe, suspicious for pneumonia.

A COVID-19 nasopharyngeal swab test came back positive while the patient was in the airborne-isolation unit. Laboratory data showed lymphopenia and elevated lactate dehydrogenase, ferritin, and interleukin-6. The patient was initially started on oral hydroxychloroquine and azithromycin. On day 6, she developed ARDS and septic shock, for which mechanical ventilation and pressor support were started, along with the infusion of high-dose intravenous vitamin C. The patient improved clinically and was able to be taken off mechanical ventilation within 5 days.

Dr Niraj Parikh told Thailand Medical News, "This report highlights the potential benefits of high-dose intravenous vitamin C in critically ill COVID-19 patients in terms of rapid recovery and shortened length of mechanical ventilation and ICU stay. “
The researchers said that further studies will elaborate on the efficacy of intravenous vitamin C in critically ill COVID-19.
A Spanish study also advocated the use of High Dose Vitamin C as an adjuvant treatment for severe COVID-19 patients. The study was published in Science Direct Journal.!
There are numerous more published studies showing the effectiveness of high dose Vitamin C in treating severe COVID-19 patients.

There are actually various cheap drugs that could be repurposed to treat various symptoms and conditions associated with COVID-19 and also various including common supplements and herbs, but unfortunately a lot of these studies and details are being buried through the lobbying of the big pharmaceutical companies along with health insurance companies and also corrupted governments and health authorities along with unethical doctors and medical researchers under the payroll of these pharma giants and also the involvement of greedy medical journals, social media platforms and also certain mainstream and medical media all due to greed and profits.
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Feb 05, 2020  2 years ago
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