Source: Federal AIF

Specialists of the Ministry of Health have identified five drugs that can be used to treat coronavirus infection, among them favipiravir, remdesivir, umifenovir, hydroxychloroquine and interferon-alpha.

An updated version of the agency’s guidelines for the prevention, diagnosis, and treatment of COVID-19 has been published on the ministry’s website. It is specified that antibiotic therapy should be prescribed only if there are convincing signs of a bacterial infection.

In the new version of the document, among other things, improved treatment regimens, depending on the severity of the course of the disease, and approaches to intensive care of patients with acute respiratory failure appeared.

In addition, experts added recommendations on the specifics of providing medical care to patients with oncology and chronic kidney disease. Also spelled out the specifics of dispensary observation of citizens who have suffered coronavirus.

Meanwhile, the Kremlin spoke about the possible timing of a return to normal life after the pandemic.


Share on facebook
Share on twitter
Share on whatsapp
On Trend

Latest Stories

Dr. Harvey Risch: Hydroxychloroquine, Ivermectin, and Other Therapeutics Highly Effective in Early COVID Treatment

I’ve railed against this in the media that we are a part of, and the way that the propaganda reacts to this is, “Ignore it. Ignore all of this.” I’m saying this now because the general public has to be the one that gets angry. The general public should be furious at the way people have been treated in the country by suppression of these drugs, by that kind of website that suppresses the ability of doctors to practice medicine.

Read More »

A Judge Stands up to a Hospital: “Step Aside” and Give a Dying Man Ivermectin

The judge’s finest moment may have been when he dashed the most glaring myth about ivermectin—that it is not safe, despite decades of use that shows otherwise. Noting that all drugs have side effects, Judge Fullerton listed ivermectin’s effects from a government website.
“(N)umber one, generally well tolerated; number two, dizziness; number three, pruritus; number four, nausea/diarrhea. These are the side effects for the dosage that’s being asked to be administered,” he said. “The risks of these side effects are so minimal that Mr. Ng’s current situation outweighs that risk by one-hundredfold.”

Read More »