On the Treatment of COVID-19

SPECIAL FEATURE, 6 Jul 2020

Swiss Policy Research - TRANSCEND Media Service

3 Jul 2020 – Immunological and serological studies show that a large part of the population develops no symptoms or only mild symptoms due to the new coronavirus, while some people may experience a more pronounced or critical course of the disease.

Based on the available scientific evidence and current clinical experience, the SPR Collaboration recommends that physicians and authorities consider the following treatment protocol for early treatment of the Covid-19 disease (see below for references).

Note: Patients are asked to consult a doctor.

Treatment protocol

  1. Zinc (approx. 100mg per day)
  2. Vitamins C and D3 plus quercetin
  3. Hydroxychloroquine (approx. 400mg per day)
  4. Azithromycin (approx. 500mg per day)
  5. Heparin (usual dosage)

Explanatory notes

  1. Zinc: Antiviral properties (see references below). Zinc may be used prophylactically or immediately when the first mild symptoms appear. For some patients, treatment with high-dose zinc (100mg per day) may already be sufficient to prevent progression of the disease.
  2. Vitamins C and D3: Support of the immune system (also prophylactically). These may be supplemented by the antiviral flavonoid quercetin, which supports the absorption of zinc.
  3. Hydroxychloroquine (HCQ): Support of the cellular uptake of zinc as well as additional antiviral properties. If prescribed by a doctor, HCQ may be used immediately upon the onset of the first mild symptoms or even prophylactically. Contraindications (e.g. favism) must be observed.
  4. Azithromycin: Antibiotic to prevent a bacterial superinfection in case of viral pneumonia. In patients at risk and as prescribed by a doctor, azithromycin may be used immediately after the first mild symptoms appear. Contraindications must be observed.
  5. Heparin: Anticoagulation (blood clotting inhibition) for prophylaxis or treatment of infection-related thrombosis and pulmonary embolism in patients at risk and as prescribed by a doctor.

In all cases, early treatment as soon as the first mild symptoms appear and even without a PCR test is crucial to prevent progression of the disease. Zinc and HCQ may also be used prophylactically.

The alleged or actual negative results with HCQ in some studies were based, according to the current state of knowledge, on delayed use (intensive care patients), excessive doses (up to 2400mg per day), manipulated data sets, or ignored contraindications (e.g., favism).

Early treatment based on the above protocol is intended to avoid hospitalization. If hospitalization nevertheless is required, experienced ICU doctors recommend avoiding invasive ventilation (intubation) whenever possible and using oxygen therapy (HFNC) instead.

It is conceivable that the above treatment protocol, which is simple, safe and inexpensive, could render more complex medications, vaccinations, and other measures largely obsolete. US doctors have already reported very significant treatment successes with zinc HCQ protocols.

References

General

Zinc

Hydroxychloroquine

Quercetin

Heparin

See also:

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