Like many of us, we've heard pros and cons as to whether or not this simple inexpensive medication can help treat COVID19? The ensuing messages have been at best mixed and confusing.
As example, one recent study claimed hydroxychloroquine failed but in direct contrast a second study from Ford Medical Center in Michigan announced, hydroxychloroquine cut patient death rates in half! What are you and I to believe?
Let's attempt to bring some clarity to the discussion based on successful treatments already administered and documented by qualified physicians in the trenches.
The information below is offered for discussions with your healthcare providers who alone can advise you on your healthcare treatment.
Hydroxychloroquine, administered by itself (according to the information) may not be as successful for COVID19 patients as when it is combined with Zithromax (azithromycin) zinc or an exciting newly acknowledged player on the field, Doxycycline. A drug believed possibly even more effective than Zithromax in neutralizing the acknowledged heart rhythm risk, the one issue that has caused so many in the media to fervently announce:
This drug can kill you.
There well may be truth in that statement if the patient has a prolonged QT rhythm syndrome disorder of which M.D., Ph.D., Michael J. Ackerman, the Director of QT Syndrome and Sudden Death at Mayo Clinic has addressed in his safety guide for all physicians in the "Proceedings of the Mayo Clinic."
A few weeks ago, the president along with national medical advisor Dr. Oz, spoke of a small hydroxychloroquine study in France that was showing remarkable success in treating COVID19 patients and called the early result, "game changing."
The study was soon expanded to include 1161 patients and presented to French President Emmanuel Macron, documenting a 92% success rate.
In the meantime, a 92 year old professor researcher hematologist at Wayne State University, Ananda Prasad and his wife both became positive with COVID-19.
Using a combination of hydroxychloroquine and the mineral zinc (a mineral the doctor had devoted his career to studying) was added to the formula and both senior patients became free of the virus.
Purportedly, zinc blocks the virus from entering the patient’s cells where it must enter to replicate itself. Dr. Prasad’s encouraging story appeared in the Detroit Times.
Doctors all over are now using that inexpensive therapy to help save patient’s lives.
For example, Dr. Anthony Cardillo said publicly, he has seen very promising results when prescribing hydroxychloroquine in combination with zinc for the most severely-ill COVID-19 patients. "Every patient I've prescribed it to has been very, very ill and within 8 to 12 hours, they were basically symptom-free," Cardillo told ABC7 Eyewitness News. "So clinically he said, I am seeing a good result."
Hydroxychloroquine for Elderly COVID-19 Patients?
Dr. Mohammud Alam, an infectious disease specialist affiliated with Plainview Hospital, said 81% of infected COVID-19 patients (he treated) at three Long Island nursing homes recovered from the contagion.
The doctor explained he decided he could not apply the touted combination of hydroxychloroquine and antibiotic azithromycin to his high-risk heart patients.
Instead, the doctor replaced Azithromycin with Doxycycline, another very old antibiotic that appears to not endanger the heart.
Dr. Marc Segal, medical expert for Fox news reported his 96 year old father beat COVID19 with hydroxychloroquine. So, does this treatment work? You and your doctors will have to decide.
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