Donald Trump "fights" the colonist with hydroxychloroquine: THE President of the United States stated that it uses hydroxychloroquine as a means of prevention for coronavirus. Hydroxychloroquine is a controversial drug against malaria and is considered a possible treatment for it. coronavirus, although there is no evidence to support this.
The Food and Drug Administration has not authorized it as a preventative drug, but has allowed the use of emergency, and the administration to patients with COVID-19 in clinical trials or hospitals. However, hydroxychloroquine is known for its side effects heart rate, and it is recommended not to use it except in the above cases.
When Donald Trump was asked by a reporter why he was taking the drug, he replied: "I think it's good, I've heard a lot of good stories." He also said that along with hydroxychloroquine, it also gets zinc, and so far it has not been infected with the virus.
"It simply came to our notice then front-line workers. There is a good chance that it will have an impact, especially early on. "
Clinical trials have covered most cases, from patients with severe symptoms to patients with mild. Most scientific evidence so far shows that the condition of patients with coronary artery disease, in which the hydroxychloroquine, has not improved much. Studies have shown an increase in mortality, and there are no positive results for its combination with azithromycin. In fact, the opposite effect has been reported in several patients.
Gaetan Burgio, a geneticist and infectious disease specialist at the Australian National University, monitors clinical data on hydroxychloroquine and says that "there is now a growing body of evidence that hydroxychloroquine does not protect or cures COVID-19He says there is no evidence that Donald Trump will be protected.
On the other hand, Donald Trump's doctor said that after much discussion with the President of the United States, and based on the data on the advantages and side effects it may have, they concluded that the benefits outweigh the risks.