350+ COVID-19 Test Cases: Hydroxychloroquine ‘Tremendous Positive Results’, ‘Potent Efficacy’, No Hospitalizations

According to two just-published studies in medical journals and one anecdotal report from a COVID-19 hotspot, at least 350 patients with the COVID-19 have been successfully treated with Hydroxychloroquine. A New York City physician reports a 100% efficacy rate, meaning zero of the “hundreds” of infected patients receiving the treatment required hospitalization.

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For those who do ultimately recover, the duration of the recovery period from the COVID-19 viral infection is 20 days on average.

A clinical trial reported in a new study (Gautret et al., 2020) with a small sample size (36) shows Hydroxychlorine and Azithromycin treatment led to a “reduction/disappearance” of COVID-19 infection in 3-6 days for 100% of the patients receiving treatment.

Image Source: Gautret et al., 2020

Another new study (Gao et al., 2020) from February tested more than 100 patients infected with COVID-19 in China.

The results revealed a “marked efficacy and acceptable safety” or “potent efficacy in treating patients with COVID-19” with Chloroquine in clinical trials.

Image Source: Gao et al., 2020

Although not an official “clinical trial”, Dr. Vladimir Zelenko has conducted an anecdotal study of “hundreds” of the COVID-19-infected patients he’s treated with Hydrochloroquine in the early, “pre-hospital” stage of infection just within the last week. He estimates there are 20,000 cases in the region he serves.

Of those who he has administered the treatment for use in their own home, 100% have successfully avoided viral symptom exacerbation necessitating hospitalization.

Due to the “tremendous positive results”, Dr. Zelenko created a YouTube video recommending widespread usage of Hydroxychloroquine for the treatment of COVID-19 infection.

via NoTricksZone


March 26, 2020 at 03:50AM

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