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Myasnikov: treatment of COVID-19 at home is often excessive

Myasnikov: treatment of COVID-19 at home is often excessive
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Doctor Alexander Myasnikov spoke about the contradictions in the tactics of treating coronavirus at home. According to his observations, patients often start drinking unnecessary drugs.

The doctor published information about over-treatment of coronavirus in his Telegram channel... According to Myasnikov, people do not understand how to be treated at home. With a mild course of coronavirus, like acute respiratory infections, special drugs are not required.

As Alexander Myasnikov noted, even doctors sometimes begin to take unnecessary medications. Many refer to the fact that they feel bad, high temperature. However, upon detailed inquiry, it turns out that the temperature did not rise above 38, there is no shortness of breath, and the oxygen saturation of the blood is about 96%.

Others start taking blood thinners, antibiotics, or hormonal drugs. But this will not help to avoid complications. And all that needs to be done in such a situation is to endure, since the side effects of such self-medication may be worse.

All that is needed when treating a mild coronavirus is drinking plenty of fluids, rest, and, if necessary, antipyretic drugs. As for elderly relatives, only timely vaccination can save them from serious consequences, the doctor said.

Formerly a physician criticized the treatment regimen used by many doctors coronavirus, when drugs not recommended by the Ministry of Health are prescribed. According to Myasnikov's forecasts, in 2021, even despite the vaccination, in Russia new outbreaks of the disease.

 

 

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