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Morocco Gives Green Light For Its Hospitals to Use Antimalarial Drugs to Fight Covid
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Doctors urge FDA to consider hydroxychloroquine as OTC option

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Hydroxychloroquine and remdesivir: small benchmarks to try to see more clearly in the "match" between coronavirus treatments

By Dr. Stéphane Gayet

https://www.atlantico.fr/decryptage/3591...ane-gayet-

The fight of hydroxychloroquine (HCQ) against remdesivir: David against Goliath

Bad faith is required to assert that hydroxychloroquine is not effective in treating CoVid-19. The important thing is to know when, at what dose and for how long. But there is no randomized controlled trial with statistically significant results for hydroxy chloroquine.

Recent German work seems to show vis-à-vis CoVid-19 an interesting activity of artemisinin, which is, like chloroquine, a natural substance extracted from a plant: artemisinin is the active substance that the we extracted from the plant Artemisia annua (sagebrush). There has also been talk for some time of a possible activity of ivermectin, which is a substance produced by natural fermentation by bacteria. It should be noted that artemisinin is already known and used as a remedy for malaria and that ivermectin is as an antiparasitic, especially against scabies.

What will become of these product candidates for a “therapeutic repositioning” in the face of remesivir?

Clearly, the CoVid-19 pandemic has caused a lot of turmoil in medicine.
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107 year-old man in Algeria survives COVID-19 after taking hydroxychloroquine and azithromycin

https://www.elwatan.com/edition/actualit...11-07-2020

Now it can be said that he is the oldest surviving person with coronavirus. Hospitalized since June 29 in this public health establishment deprived of all the means necessary for the care of a person suffering from acute respiratory distress, namely an intensive care unit.

But this father and grandfather was able to resist the Sars-cov-2 and eventually recover and return home. "We brought him out today (Thursday, editor's note) after ten days of hospitalization at the EPH Bordj Ghedir.

He was admitted to the Covid unit in the health center of the principal town of the wilaya, where he was placed under observation. Due to lack of space, we evacuated it to the level of our structure, where he was well taken care of thanks to the dedication of the whole medical and paramedical team of the EPH, which quickly responded to the request to hospitalize him", says Dr. Souiga Hanafi, the only pulmonologist at the EPH Bordj Ghedir, who followed him throughout his hospitalization.

Admitted with signs of acute respiratory distress, the patient, suffering from no chronic pathology or medical history, was diagnosed on a CT scan with severe lesions. "Lung damage estimated at more than 50%. We put him on treatment according to the therapeutic protocol of the Ministry of Health, namely hydroxychloroquine and azitromycin for ten days and we are still awaiting the results of the PCR at the Institut Pasteur in Algiers. We can say that this patient is now cured of Covid-19.
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Latest Indian government recommendations

https://www.livemint.com/news/india/for-...53263.html

For moderate and severe cases, corticosteroids can be mainstay of Covid-19 therapy: Govt

For mild cases, which are nearly 80% of the total cases, hydroxychloroquine has been recommended

Remdesivir has to be used with extreme caution for Covid-19 treatment due to its potential for serious adverse effects including liver and kidney injury, Centre tells states
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Latest Indian government recommendations

https://www.livemint.com/news/india/for-...53263.html

For moderate and severe cases, corticosteroids can be mainstay of Covid-19 therapy: Govt

For mild cases, which are nearly 80% of the total cases, hydroxychloroquine has been recommended

Remdesivir has to be used with extreme caution for Covid-19 treatment due to its potential for serious adverse effects including liver and kidney injury, Centre tells states

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Brian Procter MD cured over 100 Covid-19 patients with HCQ and ZINC. Second Video.

LINK: https://www.bitchute.com/video/PbZTlxaEb2oP/
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Autopsies of COVID-19 patients show blood clots in multiple organs, top pathologist says

https://thehill.com/homenews/506740-auto...athologist

In the pathologist’s study published in The Lancet journal EClinicalMedicine, researchers also found the existence of megakaryocytes, bone marrow cells that usually do not circulate outside the bones and lungs, according to Rapkiewicz, the news outlet reported.

"We found them in the heart and the kidneys and the liver and other organs,” she said. "Notably in the heart, megakaryocytes produce something called platelets that are intimately involved in blood clotting."
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Autopsies of COVID-19 patients show blood clots in multiple organs, top pathologist says

https://thehill.com/homenews/506740-auto...athologist

In the pathologist’s study published in The Lancet journal EClinicalMedicine, researchers also found the existence of megakaryocytes, bone marrow cells that usually do not circulate outside the bones and lungs, according to Rapkiewicz, the news outlet reported.

"We found them in the heart and the kidneys and the liver and other organs,” she said. "Notably in the heart, megakaryocytes produce something called platelets that are intimately involved in blood clotting."

https://link.springer.com/article/10.100...19-01862-5

Megakaryocytes are large polyploid bone marrow cells whose function is to produce circulatory platelets. Megakaryocytes are also known to release extracellular vesicles (EVs) of varying sizes. Toll like receptors (TLRs), present on the sentinel cells are essential components of the innate immune response, these receptors are also expressed by platelets and megakaryocytes. Our data provide the evidence that TLR-2 induced MKEVs are able to recapitulate TLR-2 signalling in megakaryocytic cell line (Dami cells) and that likely induces megakaryocytic maturation by increasing the production of cytokines involved in MK maturation. TLR-2 induced MKEVs may be involved in replenishment of the immune effector platelets in circulation and its progenitor megakaryocyte in bone marrow for the physiological need of the platelets by inducing the maturation of megakaryocyte.
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Autopsies of COVID-19 patients show blood clots in multiple organs, top pathologist says

https://thehill.com/homenews/506740-auto...athologist

In the pathologist’s study published in The Lancet journal EClinicalMedicine, researchers also found the existence of megakaryocytes, bone marrow cells that usually do not circulate outside the bones and lungs, according to Rapkiewicz, the news outlet reported.

"We found them in the heart and the kidneys and the liver and other organs,” she said. "Notably in the heart, megakaryocytes produce something called platelets that are intimately involved in blood clotting."

https://link.springer.com/article/10.100...19-01862-5

Megakaryocytes are large polyploid bone marrow cells whose function is to produce circulatory platelets. Megakaryocytes are also known to release extracellular vesicles (EVs) of varying sizes. Toll like receptors (TLRs), present on the sentinel cells are essential components of the innate immune response, these receptors are also expressed by platelets and megakaryocytes. Our data provide the evidence that TLR-2 induced MKEVs are able to recapitulate TLR-2 signalling in megakaryocytic cell line (Dami cells) and that likely induces megakaryocytic maturation by increasing the production of cytokines involved in MK maturation. TLR-2 induced MKEVs may be involved in replenishment of the immune effector platelets in circulation and its progenitor megakaryocyte in bone marrow for the physiological need of the platelets by inducing the maturation of megakaryocyte.

My theory is that the body of elderly patients is using megakaryocytes as an attempt to rapidly produce exosomes in order to ward off the virus. The exosomes themselves serve as a marker for cells to avoid foreign pathogens. But the problem is that megakaryocytes also produce platelets which lead to blood clots.

In younger patients, this is not a a problem because the body instead derives its exosomes from other sources, possibly stem cells. Older patients don't have enough natural stem cells and the body decides to instead use megakaryocytes, which leads to thrombosis.

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Convicted Criminal  Wrote: (07-11-2020 03:44 PM)
Autopsies of COVID-19 patients show blood clots in multiple organs, top pathologist says

https://thehill.com/homenews/506740-auto...athologist

In the pathologist’s study published in The Lancet journal EClinicalMedicine, researchers also found the existence of megakaryocytes, bone marrow cells that usually do not circulate outside the bones and lungs, according to Rapkiewicz, the news outlet reported.

"We found them in the heart and the kidneys and the liver and other organs,” she said. "Notably in the heart, megakaryocytes produce something called platelets that are intimately involved in blood clotting."

Megakaryocytes and platelet-fibrin thrombi characterize multi-organ thrombosis at autopsy in COVID-19: A case series

https://www.thelancet.com/journals/eclin...4/fulltext
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