The Union Health Ministry had issued revised guidelines for the treatment of corona. Many medicines have been banned in this. The government has banned many drugs, including doxycycline, ivermectin and hydroxychloroquine, given to corona patients.
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- Oxford University is testing ivermectin – Reuters
- WHO opposes ivermectin in the treatment of corona
- Ivermectin is banned in all countries of the world
The Reuters agency has claimed that Oxford University is testing the drug Ivermectin against Coronavirus. Reuters has said this when ivermectin was banned in the treatment of corona. Oxford University said on Wednesday it was testing the parasitic drug ivermectin as a potential treatment for COVID-19 as part of a study supported by the British government that aims to aid recovery in a non-hospital setting. . Ivermectin has resulted in decreased virus replication in laboratory studies.
The university said a small pilot showed that giving the drug early could reduce the viral load and duration of symptoms in some patients with mild COVID-19. The university said the theory, dubbed the theory, in January showed that the antibiotics azithromycin and doxycycline were generally ineffective against early-stage COVID-19. Chris Butler, the trial’s co-principal investigator, said that by including ivermectin in a large-scale trial like the PRINCIPLE, we hope to generate strong evidence to determine how effective a treatment is against COVID-19, and whether There are advantages or disadvantages associated with its use.
WHO strongly opposed the use of ivermectin drug in the treatment of corona. After which the use of ivermectin drug was stopped in India too. The Union Health Ministry had issued revised guidelines for the treatment of corona. Many medicines have been banned in this. The government has banned many drugs, including doxycycline, ivermectin and hydroxychloroquine, given to corona patients.
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The Director General of Health Services (DGHS) has removed all the drugs used in the treatment of asymptomatic patients from the list under the new guidelines. It has been said in the guideline that such infected people do not even need to undergo other tests. Earlier on May 27, a guideline was issued, in which the use of hydroxychloroquine, ivermectin, doxycycline, zinc and multivitamins was forbidden on patients with mild symptoms. Apart from this, it was also forbidden to prescribe non-essential tests like CT scan for asymptomatic patients.
First Published : 23 Jun 2021, 09:36:31 AM