Russia Develops Medicines for Coronavirus Treatment

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Russian Recommends 9 drugs for the treatment of coronavirus

Cases who end up in the ICU are asking for whatever treatment, cure or healing they can get, and demand for medicines will skyrocket in the US. Not only is the number of affirmed cases now over 35,000, but this week thrice that many or more will possible feel the rush of typical symptoms like:

  • cough
  • fever
  • shortness of breath

So far, there aren’t any approved medicines for Coronavirus, thus the principal cure for difficult cases isn’t medications at all. What it is? It is the oxygen therapy, vents that help people breathe, and supportive care. Some cases get standard antibiotics.

But now we have the possible cure hopefully

And it is counting up.

On Thursday, Russia increased the list of drugs suggested to heal the coronavirus disease in grown-ups.

Besides antimalarial drugs, Chloroquine, Hydroxychloroquine, Mefloquine, and anti-AIDS Lopinavir/ritonavir are discovered useful against coronavirus earlier.

Russian Health Ministry has attached in the list Hydroxychloroquine and Chloroquine, Azithromycin, Nadroparin, Tocilizumab, recombinant interferon-alpha, and recombinant interferon beta-1b. There are listed 9 drugs to heal Coronavirus.

Meantime, the health care providers, doctors, and health officials in Moscow achieved plasma transfusion from the rescued patients, including antibodies against Coronavirus, to seven patients in the hope the antibodies will neutralize the coronavirus.

Russia has recorded 1,459 new cases of the coronavirus. They were all happened on Thursday, a new everyday high, considering the total number to more than 10,000 people.

The toll of losses holds at 76 after 13 new casualties and also the highest everyday count up to date – were reported in the past 24 hours, in a day.

Since its first appearing in China in December 2019, the coronavirus has published to at least 184 countries all around the world and regions, according to figures compiled by the United States-based Johns Hopkins University.

There have been more than 1.5 million patients are reported worldwide, with approximately 90,000 deaths, and over 340,000 recoveries.

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