Coronavirus Pandemic Update 40: Ibuprofen and COVID-19 (are NSAIDs safe?), Trials of HIV medications

Coronavirus Pandemic Update 40: Ibuprofen and COVID-19 (are NSAIDs safe?), Trials of HIV medications


Welcome to another MedCram COVID-19
update we’ve got a lot of news to cover today there’s been a lot of things that
have come back from a medical standpoint or over 200,000 total confirmed cases
worldwide total deaths almost nine thousand total recovered eighty four
thousand if we look country by country on the world ometer site we can see here
only 34 new cases total in China at this point most of the cases are outside of
China in facts more cases in Italy in terms of active cases then there is
anywhere else in the world at this point the United States cases have jumped to
almost 10,000 that’s probably because of increased testing that is now coming
online in the United States despite that we only have about 64 serious or
critical cases in the United States out of a total of 92 hundred we also have
news here from the CDC in their morbidity and mortality weekly report
that was released yesterday on March 18 it says that the first preliminary
description of the outcomes among patients with kovin 19 in from the
United States indicates that the fatality was highest in persons greater
than 85 years of age ranging from ten to twenty seven percent followed by three
to 11 percent mortality among persons aged 65 to 80 for one to three percent
mortality among persons 55 to 64 and less than one percent among persons
twenty to fifty four years of age and no fatalities among persons in less than 19
years of age here we see the number of new Kovan 19 cases reported daily here
in the United States from February 12 to march 16 and you can see that that has
gone up steadily and here you can see it by age group how many hospitalizations
in the lights lavender and ICU admissions in the darker blue and then
deaths in the darkest blue and you can see that there is a stepwise
increase here in the different ages for the greater than 85 years of age there
were more deaths than there were in the intensive care that may be because
palliative care or hospice where you have patients that are hospitalized but
never go into the intensive care unit before they pass and here is the
breakdown for age groups here in terms of hospitalization percentage ICU
admission percentage and case fatality percentage this is the big news that was
published today in the New England Journal of Medicine it was the trial of
lope in aver and Ratana ver which are HIV medications in hospitalized adult
patients with severe covin 19:00 this was a trial that was done in China so
this was a trial that was a randomized controlled but open label trial because
they couldn’t have time to prepare the placebo pills and they gave it to
randomized patients of course to see how they would improve with kovat 19:00 and
the end point here was either discharge from the hospital or an improvement on a
seven-point scale which we’ll talk about the primary endpoint was the time to
clinical improvement defined as the time from randomization to an improvement of
two points on a seven category ordinal scale or live discharged from the
hospital whichever came first this has been used before the
seven-point scale in other influenza studies and this is the scale one if
you’re not hospitalized with resumption of normal activities – if not
hospitalized but unable to resume normal activities three hospitalized not
requiring supplemental oxygen for hospitalized requiring supplemental
oxygen five hospitalized requiring nasal high flow oxygen therapy non-invasive
mechanical ventilation or both six hospitalized requiring ECMO invasive
mechanical ventilation or both and seven death so if there was a movement down of
two points or a discharge from the hospital that would indicate improvement
so you had 357 participants that were assessed for eligibility there were some
that dropped out leaving a hundred and ninety nine which underwent
randomization and you had 99 that were assigned to the intervention group which
was lepen aver ritonavir and a hundred that were assigned to the standard care
group and like any good study should do they show you what the two groups were
and what their characteristics were and if you look up and down the lepen aver
ritonavir category and the standard care there
really wasn’t much difference between them at all statistically which means
that the randomization was pretty good and if you look at these you can kind of
get a sense about who these patients were the median age in both of these was
58 there was a majority of males here which we’ve seen before body temperature
interestingly was not febrile so in terms of the median 36.5 is not a fever
in terms of those that had a fever we had 89% and 93% we had a number of
people that had respirations above 24 those who had a systolic blood pressure
of less than 90 notice were very very small percentage of people so most of
these people’s blood pressures are actually elevated the other thing that
was interesting to note here is that the amount of people with relatively low
white blood cells is pretty extensive so typically this is what
you’re going to see and you can look at the other characteristics when you look
at the types of interventions that were done you can see again pretty much
similar going up and down the categories let’s take a look at the results so
again here we’ve got days on the x-axis and we have the cumulative improvement
rate that we see in greater than two points and so if this is working well we
should see that these things go up rather quickly and in fact what we see
here is that while there is some space between the lepen aver and the Ratana
vert it is not statistically significant and so it turns out that this is a
negative study it did not show a difference between lepen aver and
ritonavir and the control group at least in these pretty severe hospitalized
patients you can see here in terms of the viral load which should be coming
down very nicely over time again no real difference between the intervention
lepen aver ritonavir group and the control group and so the authors drew
this conclusion in hospitalized adult patients with severe Kove at 19 no
benefit was observed with lepen aver ritonavir treatment beyond standard care
there’s been a number of questions about NSAIDs and a recent issue in terms of
the French minister saying that we should not use NSAIDs in kovat 19 and
there’s been a number of media posts about that
this one particularly the World Health Organization Beck’s call to avoid
ibuprofen for coronavirus the announcement supported a recent
statement by the French Health Minister that ibuprofen may worsen the effects of
Kovan 19 and should be avoided there’s also this really good summary of the key
points that’s put out by a pharmacists organization in Canada which we’ll put a
link to in the description below that also goes through the salient points
about the possible risks and benefits of NSAIDs in kovat 19 but let’s talk a
little bit about what our NSAIDs and what does it have to do with viruses so
NSAIDs stand for non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs
and the reason why is because for a long time the thing that reduced inflammation
were steroids so these were a new category of medications that were not
steroids but could reduce inflammation probably the earliest one that was
invented was aspirin back in 1899 more on that one later very importantly we’ll
talk though about ibuprofen ibuprofen is probably one of the most widely used and
said in the world and it’s used to reduce inflammation reduce fever it’s
used for osteoarthritis a number of indications for NSAIDs well NSAIDs among
other things have a special impact on an enzyme that we’re going to talk about
which is cox-2 cox-2 stands for cyclooxygenase 2 as opposed to
cyclooxygenase 1 which it also can inhibit but that’s not really germane to
our discussion what does Cox to do it takes a substance called arachidonic
acid which will abbreviate AAA and it converts it into prostaglandins
specifically pge2 now coxswain also makes thromboxane and that is used in
platelets but that’s not really germane to what we’re talking about what we want
to look at here is the cox-2 enzyme which converts arachidonic acid into
prostaglandin e2 now why is that important because prostaglandin e2 is
involved with pain which is why we would give it it’s also involved with fever
which you would see in a viral infection but it’s also involved in antibody
production or more specifically cox-2 is involved in antibody production and what
NSAIDs do to that is they halt it they prevent it now antibodies are important
antibodies are made by B cells and B cells make these antibodies to go out
into the serum and attack things that should not be there things like viruses
so you could see why NSAIDs may cause a problem yes while they get rid of pain
and fever they can also hit your antibody production but NSAIDs
specifically ibuprofen and to a lesser extent other and SEDs as
well they also have another function because they also inhibit some other
things they apparently can inhibit viral replication and it’s been shown to hit
the Czar’s Cove v-not too but the original the one that was from 2002 it’s
also been shown to attack the canine version of corona virus and it’s also
been shown to be toxic and inhibitory to both influenza A and B so the question
is is which one is it doing more and you can see why there might be benefits on
either side and risks on either side what do we do
so this pharmaceutical organization that put out this statement from Canada that
was prepared a couple of days ago they say here further research including
randomized control trials is required to determine the impact of NSAIDs on
coronavirus infection and subsequent disease they go on to talk about
confounding variables the NSAIDs could be treating comorbid conditions which
put them at increased risk of more severe kovat 19 disease and so the
bottom line is you need a randomized controlled trial so I think the answer
at this point is we don’t know based on this data so then I did something really
weird I went back in time to an epidemic of a viral illness that was a pandemic
and at the time they actually had an end set and it was given quite liberally and
so the question is what happened at that time and what were the observations and
it actually was really quite interesting and here’s a paper that was published in
2009 salicylates and pandemic influenza mortality 1918 to 1919 pharmacology
pathology and historic evidence and we’ll put a link to this as well in the
description below and what it talks about is that aspirin had just come out
in 1899 and it was a fresh drug to be used at the time and it was a great way
to get rid of fever and some people thought that if you could just treat the
symptoms of the flu the patient would get better and one of the big symptoms
of the flu of course was the fever the paper goes into discussing what the
toxic dosages are today based on what we know at the time people would be given
large doses of aspirin until they saw toxicity then they would sort of pull
back they talk about four lines of evidence support the role of salicylate
intoxication in 1918 influenza mortality the pharmacokinetics the mechanism of
action pathology and official recommendations for toxic regimens of
aspirin immediately before the October 1918 death spike and for those who don’t
know one grain equals 65 milligrams so when we talk about grains you’ll see the
aspirin regimens recommended in 1918 are now known to regularly produce
toxicities and you can read about that here we do know that salicylates cause
immediate lung toxicity and may predispose to bacterial infection by
increasing lung fluid and protein levels and impairing mucociliary clearance and
at the pathology of early deaths that we saw back in 1918 was consistent with
aspirin toxicity and a virus induced pathology and remember aspirin which is
a salicylate is also an NSAID so this kind of makes an interesting twist on
the discussion about whether we should be using NSAIDs in kovat 19 and then
interestingly it’s talks about the aspirin advertisements in August of 1918
and a series of official recommendations for aspirin in September early October
preceded the desk by of October 1918 and it’s interesting that the young adults
coming back from World War one were more likely they felt to take aspirin whereas
the lower mortality in younger children may have been the result of less aspirin
use and interestingly the major pediatric text of the time in 1918 and
remember they have no antibiotics they have no antivirals they have no
ventilators essentially what would happen in a major surge recommended not
aspirin not salicylate but actually recommended hydrotherapy for fever these
were the great thinkers working with what they had at that time and we can
see at the time that there was a dichotomy that was set up in the
treatment of the Spanish flu back in the 1918 1919 those that really believed
in the pharmacodynamics and pharmacokinetics of aspirin and those
that would treat with hydrotherapy this is dr. William a Pearson in 1999 quote
none are so blind as those who cannot see that the average mortality of
influenza patients treated by homeopathic physicians was actually only
about one thirtieth and that’s a thirty not thirteenth but one thirtieth of the
average mortality reported by all physicians and then dr. C J Louise L
from Des Moines in 1919 and as the German aspirin has killed more people
than the German bullets have so the question boils down to what are we
getting in terms of risk benefits of these NSAIDs and ibuprofen or even
aspirin are we confounding the mortality of 1918 with the dose of aspirin some
would say yes is this just a larger magnitude of the effect that we might be
seeing with NSAIDs with kovat 19 I think it bears testing I think at this point
we don’t have enough answers for that I would say though that in my research of
the 1918 Spanish flu epidemic and pandemic I think there are some
parallels that we might be able to learn from because if in fact we do have a
surge in this country like what we are having in Italy the question is going to
be what was it that worked back in 1918 and can we learn anything from there
because we may very well be in a similar situation if we don’t have ventilators
as they didn’t have if we don’t have pharmacological interventions as they
didn’t have back then we don’t have antivirals as they didn’t have back then
and don’t have antibiotics in other words is there some lesson that we can
learn from them that we could apply in our own homes for instance to improve
survival I think that bears thought and deserves research thanks for joining us
you

100 Replies to “Coronavirus Pandemic Update 40: Ibuprofen and COVID-19 (are NSAIDs safe?), Trials of HIV medications”

  1. I don't have much respect for many Doctors but you have redeemed many of your peers . You are brilliant. I have a machine that I use to breath inert hydrogen mixed with oxygen …. it has changed my life health wise. Have you done any research on its medical benefits, as there are over the past 12 years some good peer reviewed papers. I believe it would help with lung recovery

  2. Only Self-Isolate people in the riskgroup… give back our freedom.. jobs.. and dont put us all in debt. Its a take over agenda

  3. Could it be that with mortality rates being higher, as they are in the advanced senior population, that there is some connection with many seniors, such as myself at 70 y/o, being on a daily low dose (81mg) aspirin regimen?

  4. I might be exaggerating but I think I have a mild case of coronavirus disease. Starting yesterday I’ve been feeling really weak, with a headache and sore throat. It could be random but I really don’t feel all that amazing right now. I kept sneezing too and I felt a really disgusting feeling in my throat lmao

  5. I am unclear on the role of aspirin in 1918 influenza deaths. It seemed to me that it wasn't necessarily using aspirin that caused more deaths, but poisoning people with overdoses of aspirin. Poisoning people with "medicine" could explain why people could be well in the morning and dead by night during the 1918 outbreak.

  6. If i get shortness of breath but have no medical insurance or employment at the moment, do i just stay home and die? I live in california

  7. Surprised the serious and critical cases in the US aren't a lot worse, I mean 40% of the country is obese and has diabetes or pre-diabetes.

  8. Just loop this over cable tv to stop the freak out movement. Can you also to a side by side comparison of influenza for this year.

  9. Hi, I have a serious question I'd like to know an answer to. Once a person has recovered from Covid-19, is it not possible to do a white blood cell transfusion from the "recovered" (immune) person to an infected person and thus transfer the donor's white blood's "immunity memory" to help the infected person fight off the Covid-19?

  10. So covid-19 is more or less like right now aids? Like if you have sex with someone infected with aids you die in 2 weeks.

  11. M y wife is one of those 64 and my daughter has pneumonia and I too am sick, all 3 confirmed cases.. please pray for us in Christ Jesus Name.

  12. If you get symptoms take 4000 mg of vitamin C every 15 minutes at least for an hour or until symptoms are gone. That's what I did

  13. Why don't we just load the municipal water supply with Clo2. We could even do a nationwide mass sanitizing effort with it. Chlorine Dioxide is effective and cheap (and safe when consumed in lower doses). We probably have a lot of supply of Sodium Chlorite and Citric Acid in the US that we could move to the effort.
    We could also increase the PH of our water to 10+ for a short period of time to inhibit virus/cell fusion.

    I'm just trying to think of cheap things we could on a global scale that will help flatten the curve while we work out the vaccines and gain more data.

  14. Is there some lesson we could learn from the 1918 flu pandemic?
    Yes: organise yourselves intelligently.
    Do not let a buffoon like Donald Trump take important decisions affecting public health.

  15. Thank you. These videos calm my anxiety and keep me informed in a way I can understand.
    Everyone should be watching your updates!

  16. I just wish the misguided people saying to over seventies "just stay home " is extremely simplistically WRONG for many people and actually dangerous. Let me explain. I am 70 in a month. I live rurally in country Vic…Beechworth . Every day with very few exceptions (extreme heat days) I walk my dog every day 10 kilometres.. from home to the gold course and back. It's up hills and down sales too. That's 3500 klms a year, pretty good for a 70 year old. I do that walk at a brisk pace .Now read carefully abd slowly from now on . I can easily structure that journey by keeping away from people, everybody, a long way from them. This by any measure is an antidote to if I get quite I'll for any reason.. my immuno supprescant system will be helped a lot doing this. Norman Swan quite rightly stated that the outdoor like activity this is great adding the common sense qualification that in doing that strictly keep a social distance. If I ceased my activity, reduce that fitness, you lose a lot of that benefit by ' staying at home" I SAY STOP STOP STOP saying that generis falsehood, often quoted by social butterflies, and just very annoyingly other pseudo medical experts. Brendan Murphy needs to pause and talk about what I am saying . It's a very good message to give to people .

  17. see my video coming out tomorrow at noon, you will see more details, the truth , the lies etc
    it'll make us all look like fools again

  18. Yes, the Covid 19 virus is attacked and destroyed because of what it lacks, and what it cannot defend against. We Already know much about it; it is Not heat resistant. It doesn't like UV Sun rays. It doesn't like humidity. I doesn't like Alcohol. And So on! The Cure is to fight the virus and attacks it's weaknesses! Give the Virus everything it hates. Give it that which will Stop it from Spreading!

  19. Ultra high dosing of Vitamin C has been discussed as a cure for Covid 19. IV administration of Vitamin C has caused many patients to be cured.

  20. I don't know or care about the contents of the video, but for gods sake people don't get medical advice from youtube

  21. Septic shock might be helped by the use of an extremely large does of ibuprofen by reducing inflammation and the over reaction of the immune system. Then stopped once oxygen levels improve.

  22. RIP to people who got caught out 🙏 & shame on you ignorant people stockpiling for no logical reason. I guess God is trying to remind us it could be time out any time & that we don't really own this world 🗺 👈

  23. If anyone out there has studied grade school biology they will virus is a hoax.the people need to know doctors do not study grade school biology they study medicine that is why they are so brainwashed just like the masses.not my opinion but fact

  24. So if Ibuprofen has two effects (major) effects, inhibiting viral replication and inhibiting production of antibodies, why don't we break out the antiviral, and give it to everyone who's sick, like they did antibiotics in the 00's? And why doesn't the FDA allow drug companies or why don't drug companies have their lobbyists tell the FDA to investigate butt bacteria and the innumerable correlations to the immune system?

  25. You missed the part at 10:36 about naproxen ("Aleve") having antiviral properties, and being proposed as "a probable agent for control of widespread novel coronavirus infection". Do you have any more info on that?

  26. NSAIDs should be avoided if you have ASTHMA or any other breathing/lung issues. (Salicylates)
    People with Asthma or food allergies may have "Salicylate Sensitivity". (I do)
    Foods high in salicylates should be avoided by asthmatics (In my opinion)
    Foods high in phytates may lower the absorption of Zinc.
    Foods high in phytates often have a high copper content.
    A "copper/zinc imbalance" can occur at any age. (Copper-Toxicity can cause many problems)
    A "zinc deficiency" is much more common than a "copper deficiency". (Copper and Zinc compete)
    Research everything you eat. Your favorite foods (and foods that you dislike) to see which have these natural chemicals (sometimes considered "anti-nutrients")
    It only took me 40 years to figure out that my own "copper/zinc imbalance" (copper-toxic) was the source of my back, neck and shoulder pain, Asthma, GERD, heartburn, reflux, swallowing problems, ADD, tinnitus, anxiety, brain-fog, insomnia, blurry vision, constipation and even slow healing wounds.
    You don't have to "eliminate" certain foods entirely but if you consume too many "Moderate to High Copper Content Foods" in a single day you may have bad heartburn or vomiting that night and trouble breathing the next day.
    Start Google-ing! Your lungs, liver, gut and brain will thank you.

  27. Thanks very much for your excellent videos! Just a minor comment! Technically speaking the Cao et al. lopinavir-ritonavir study is not a “negative study” , it is a non-positive study.

  28. Easy way to protect yourself from Coronavirus. Too easy to believe? Try it!

    1. Repent to the God of Heaven of all sins you have committed from the day you were born to now (just make a blanket sentence…no need to be detailed).

    2. Before the God of Heaven, forgive everyone you have ever hurt “knowingly or unknowingly, remembered or can not remember”

    3. State that you fear God because he is God and you are not.

    4. Accept Jesus in your life because he died and took on the punishment for all of our iniquities, sins and transgressions, and paid the price in your place (went to Hell in your place).

    5. Ask Jesus to send the Holy Spirit so you do not have to live the rest of your life without spiritual help. Ask to receive th Holy Spirit in power and with fire.

    6. Thank God for his forgiveness for all of your sins.

    7. Ask God for His devine protection (from the Coronavirus and all evil) and to have the blood of Jesus Christ be your shield on your household and your body, like when the children of Israel painted the blood of lambs on their homes to keep the death angel from killing them during the plague in Egypt that killed off of the first born males (animals and people).

    8. Ask for all of this in the Name of Jesus Christ. Amen.

    After all of this, daily, ask the Lord to forgive you for any sins you committed knowingly and unknowing for the day. Keep yourself clean before God. Promise Him you will work to obey Him and not hurt anyone around you.

    You will be accountable for every harmful, wasted words you say. Make sure anything you say about a person, or your self is sweet enough that no one would be hurt if they heard it in person.

    This will surely give you protection from the likes of Coronavirus (which is an evil work of Satan to take you out of the earth prematurely and to instill fear across the earth as a distraction) you never saw in your entire life and you will even receive healing when you ask Jesus to heal you. God protect those that honor God.

  29. The quote about homeopathy was interesting there at the end. This type of contention has always been prevalent among different types of medical modalities.

  30. Thanks so much for this interesting information. Hydrotherapy is a lost therapy and needs to be reintroduced in the treatment of many diseases.
    Can you please do a comparison between Coronavirus and H1N1 (or other strains) to put Coronavirus into perspective? Thank you!

  31. We fellow Indians are really worrying. In developed countries like USA, UK, Italy they have failed to sustain this disease and now we are soon to go in lockdown mode. We have many people below poverty line and don't know how our health care will fight.

  32. What about patient's on pain management. Is it safe for them to continue their pain medication like hydrocodone?

  33. Coronavirus is something that is man-made and is taking art site off Atlas the asteroid coming towards us to our inner solar system it is affecting our son which is causing the planet to heat up more than usual as it gets closer the sun is more active

  34. in the Lopinavir-Ritonavir trial there were quite large differences between groups in the respiratory rate, this seems very significant?

  35. As a fourth-year medical student, I would love to see a video dedicated to the history of prior pandemics, such as the Spanish flu, bird flu, swine flu, SARS, MERS, anthrax, etc. that compares how we managed them, what happened, and what lessons we learned. Upvote if you would like something similar. Thank you so much for your videos.

  36. Applications[edit]

    Valinomycin was recently reported to be the most potent agent against severe acute respiratory-syndrome coronavirus (SARS-CoV) in infected Vero E6 cells.[citation needed]

    Valinomycin acts as a nonmetallic isoforming agent in potassium selective electrodes.[8][9]

    This ionophore is used to study membrane vesicles, where it may be selectively applied by experimental design to reduce or eliminate the electrochemical gradient across a membrane.

  37. I'm a pharmacist and I'm also certified in homeopathy. I highly recommend reading the book "Homeopathy for Epidemics" by Eileen Nauman, DHM. Every epidemic usually has 2-3 major remedies that help most people, and there are also others that help the outliers. (For example, in the 1918 pandemic, the top 2 remedies were Gelseium and Eupatorium.) In her book, she recommended specific remedies for SARS pneumonia, and these remedies may also help a great many people with SARS-cov-2. (Keep in mind, with homeopathy, you treat the patient, not the virus.) If you cannot find that book, you can also get "Desktop Companion to Physical Pathology" by Roger Morrison, MD, and go to the section on pneumonia. He lists the major remedies that are helpful for pneumonia, based on specific symptoms. If we run out of antivirals and antibiotics, homeopathy may be one of our few remaining options left.

  38. Saw last night that the doctor refused the give a female patient a nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory medication due that she may have covid19. (yea, she cussed a lot)

  39. US is sprinting ..definitely will be No 1 soon…with total more than the combined total of other counries worldwide…Trump makes USA no. 1…

  40. Nach Sichtung der Berichte aus aller Welt im Netz: Das Virus siedelt sich im Verdauungstrakt an. Man muss ohne Witz anal eine antivirale Behandlung gegen Husten und sonstige Atmungswegsviren vornehmen, und der Virus ist Geschichte. Was halten Sie davon? Könnte das der Grund sein, wieso die Chinesen so wenige Fälle haben. (Auch ein Iranischer Heilkundler hat ähnliches empfohlen!)

  41. Feminists are probably fuming as they are underrepredented in the percentages: the death rate for males is 2.8% and for women, only 1.7%… 11 points below men > even nature is sexist!

  42. god, if ever a presentation needed an exec summary, so as not to waste 16min of time getting to 'we don't know and more blah is necessary but probly lots nsaid not good'

  43. Megadosing on the novel drug ASA may have been a major factor in the M&M of the 1918 pandemic? Would the same apply to subsequent NSAIDs or is it limited to salicylates? Moderate NSAIDs may have antiviral activity?

    My understanding is that there was increased M&M in Chinese and Italian patients who first took NSAIDS. Is this correct? Wouldn't it be prudent to address fever, pain with acetaminophen and let the B-Cells do their job?

  44. I'm sure this sounds silly or, idk.. basic, but… if this is mostly impacting breathing, lungs, fluid/inflammation & not treated by antibiotics, since viral… For cases that are mild to the extent hospitalization/vent aren't needed, could symptoms be lessened by something OTC (or prescription strength) for allergies OR something that dries up cough/lungs/mucous, to lessen the impact? Can remember when I had bronchitis that turned into pneumonia MANY times… From like 19-30, could be COUNTED on that I'd have one or the other for my bday in May… & again at Christmas. Weird, huh? Even weirder that I haven't had it even once, since… ? Anyway, used to take things like (trying to remember) Tylenol severe cold or? some version of sudafed… inhaler… that made my breathing easier, lungs dry up/clearer… quicker. ?

  45. What was done during 1918-1919 hydrotherapy treatments and in what ways did it help that current science could corroborate?

  46. Dr Seheult,

    Thank you for the video updates. I met you in the grocery store last week. I have enjoyed your videos for years. I worked at one of the hospitals at which you attend for several years. I currently work as a paramedic for a local fire department. Your videos have been very useful to me in my profession. Thank you for this series of videos that you have been making lately, they are a great resource that I have shared with several colleagues lately. I hope you and your family are well.

  47. All I got to say is : If they're Not treating with Chloroquine…..they're FAILING big time!…And we don't have TIME to waste!

  48. All I got to say is : If they're Not treating with Chloroquine…..they're FAILING big time!…And we don't have TIME to waste!

  49. All I got to say is : If they're Not treating with Chloroquine…..they're FAILING big time!…And we don't have TIME to waste!

  50. IMPORTANT UPDATE
    Please wear a mask at home also,
    specially when alone.

    This may or may not prevent
    CORONA VIRUS
    but surely stop you from
    EATING MORE.
    🍚🍜🍔🍕🍩🍟😋👍

  51. Good Morning Dr.,
    Would It Be Possible to Use Far UV-C Light 200nm-222nm Pushed Through Unshielded Fiber Optic Inside The Ventilator Hose on The Corona-19 Virus Patients illuminating The Nose, Throat & Lungs To Destroy The Virus? Maybe Even Pulse The Far UV-C if Needed to Not Destroy Good Cells But Providing Enough To Destroy Virus?
    I Am No Dr. But Thought It Maybe A Step Toward a Possible Solution!
    Thanks For Your Research in This Area.
    Sincerely,
    David B

    Sent from my iPad

  52. Excellent information. In addition to toxicity of aspirin being an issue, lack of ability to quarantine or isolate patients may have contributed to more deaths. A good reminder of how little doctors and nurses had to work with in 1918 and 1919. A recent documentary pointed out that the Spanish flu killed very quickly.

  53. I would be interested in what were the specific health conditions in those who died of Covid-19…in addition to their ages…for example..how many of them smoked…and how long had they smoked…and, if they had quit, how long ago was it when the quit? I would also like to know how many people, who died of the covid-19, were overweight and by how much overweight were they? How many of them drank alcohol, and how frequently and how much did they drink alcohol?

  54. Coronaviruses are a family of viruses that can cause illnesses such as the common cold, severe acute respiratory syndrome (SARS) and Middle East respiratory syndrome (MERS). In 2019, a new coronavirus was identified as the cause of a disease outbreak that originated in China.

    The virus is now known as the severe acute respiratory syndrome coronavirus 2 (SARS-CoV-2). The disease it causes is called coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19).

  55. Would loved to heard of the homeopathic treatments that yield positive outcomes during the Spanish pandemic. Amazing vblog, thank you.

  56. But guys – I may just need help with this. Why on earth is Italy failing to provide everyone with ventilators? How many ventilators do they have? Even if they only have 10% of what US has – that's around 17K to 20K! For the past 2 wks when the numbers of infections were below 10K in Italy – they were already overwhelmed. Keep in mind that not every infection means you need a respirator.

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