Trump, Pence meet with recovered coronavirus patients

Trump, Pence meet with recovered coronavirus patients

Trump, Pence meet with recovered coronavirus patients

It is one of the biggest producers of coronavirus treating drug Hydroxychloroquine.

'The shipment was made possible as a special gesture although a restriction on its export from India continues to be in force in view of the unprecedented prevailing hard situation because of Covid19 global pandemic, ' the Ministry of External Affairs said.

"The antimalarial medication hydroxychloroquine and the antibiotic azithromycin are now gaining attention as potential treatments for COVID-19, and each have potential serious implications for people with existing cardiovascular disease", the American Health Association notes in a statement.

In a March 21 tweet, he said: "HYDROXYCHLOROQUINE & AZITHROMYCIN, taken together, have a real chance to be one of the biggest game changers in the history of medicine".

President Trump has taken a decidedly anti-bureaucratic approach to whether or not clinicians should experiment with such treatments, saying: "What do you have to lose?" Researchers said numerous sufferers died - especially within the organization randomized to receive better doses of the drug.

New Delhi had last month put a hold on exports of hydroxychloroquine to secure supplies for itself, before agreeing this month to supply it to some of its neighbours as well as "nations who have been particularly badly affected by the pandemic". Will not be forgotten!'.

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The side effects of hydroxychloroquine warned by the Central Intelligence Agency have also been replicated in other studies.

The Brazilian study, in the Amazonian city of Manaus, had planned to enroll 440 severely ill COVID-19 patients to test two doses of chloroquine, but researchers reported results after only 81 had been treated.

Vanderbilt University infectious disease researcher William Schaffner, who was not involved in the study, told CNN two patients in the high-dose group had an unusual heart rate before dying.

French pharmaceutical giant Sanofi has pledged to donate 100 million doses if tests are proved efficient.

India on Wednesday gifted the first consignment of four tonnes of essential lifesaving medicines to Government of Seychelles, in view of the ongoing COVID-19 crisis, officials said. Companies that manufacture both drugs are ramping up production.

Even though earlier there were indications that these drugs will be effective in treating or preventing COVID-19 but now there are growing concerns regarding the impact of chloroquine and the closely related hydroxychloroquine on heart.

However, while doctors in the United States, South Korea, and Russian Federation are already carrying out transfusions, British authorities such as the National Blood Service have given little indication that they are tracing recovered patients in order to source plasma in a systematic manner. The New York Post reports that the scientists said: "the trend towards higher fatality associated with the higher dose by day 6 of follow-up resulted in a premature halting" of giving higher doses to patients.

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