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Corona Virus How To Treat

Discussion in 'Supplements' started by Soren, Jan 22, 2020.

  1. David PS

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    This is related :
    Warning To People Taking Lysine
     
  3. managing

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    I am writing a set of instructions for treatment dos and don'ts if I get coronavirus and have to be treated by doctors.

    It is very, very clear that 100% oxygen should not be given, but, rather, it should be mixed with CO2. This very interesting study says 5%:

    Imaging Study Reveals How Pure Oxygen Harms The Brain

    I've read elsewhere 8%. Anybody have an opinion?

    Do hospitals even have CO2 on hand (US)?
     
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    do you bag breathing when you are short of breath and it will be fine. Try to not cough. It doesn’t matter if a cough is supposedly productive or not, it’s very bad to cough. If you can stop from coughing, you’ll get better and won’t have that shortness of breath.
     
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    I don’t think so. Most people are much better off staying out of the hospital. Going into the hospital to me is a death sentence. But of course, everyone has to wear their own beliefs in their own competence in self treatment.
     
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    Definitely
     
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    I wrote earlier about low dose naltrexon. But this testimonial speaks against it...like LDN can lower immunity
    >LDN, Pneumonia and Bangkok….
    Here two kids got pneumonia while taking LDN :wideyed:
     
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    Do doctors follow patients instructions in your country?
     
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    They can be forced to. I've done it before. I've only been escorted out of a hospital by police once but it was only a few hours before they invited me back and apologized. Not clear to me whether I can compose a letter in such a way as to have that effect if am not conscious, but I'll try.
     
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    I agree with this. Just trying to plan for worst. Also trying to organize my thoughts in case I have to intervene on behalf of a loved one.
     
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    Predicting COVID-19 malignant progression with AI techniques
    Xiang Bai, Cong Fang, Yu Zhou, Song Bai, Zaiyi Liu, Qianlan Chen, Yongchao Xu, Tian Xia, Shi Gong, Xudong Xie, Dejia Song, Ronghui Du, Chunhua Zhou, Chengyang Chen, Dianer Nie, Dandan Tu, Changzheng Zhang, Xiaowu Liu, Lixin Qin, Weiwei Chen
    doi: Predicting COVID-19 malignant progression with AI techniques
    This article is a preprint and has not been certified by peer review [what does this mean?]. It reports new medical research that has yet to be evaluated and so should not be used to guide clinical practice.

    Background: The coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) has become a worldwide pandemic since mid-December 2019, which greatly challenge public medical systems. With limited medical resources, it is a natural strategy, while adopted, to access the severity of patients then determine the treatment priority. However, our work observes the fact that the condition of many mild outpatients quickly worsens in a short time, i.e. deteriorate into severe/critical cases. Hence, it has been crucial to early identify those cases and give timely treatment for optimizing treatment strategy and reducing mortality. This study aims to establish an AI model to predict mild patients with potential malignant progression. Methods: A total of 133 consecutively mild COVID-19 patients at admission who was hospitalized in Wuhan Pulmonary Hospital from January 3 to February 13, 2020, were selected in this retrospective IRB-approved study. All mild patients at admission were categorized into groups with or without malignant progression. The clinical and laboratory data at admission, the first CT, and the follow-up CT at severe/critical stage of the two groups were compared with Chi-square test, Fisher's exact test, and t test. Both traditional logistic regression and deep learning-based methods were used to build the prediction models. The area under ROC curve (AUC) was used to evaluate the models. Results: The deep learning-based method significantly outperformed logistic regression (AUC 0.954 vs. 0.893). The deep learning-based method achieved a prediction AUC of 0.938 by combining the clinical data and the CT data, significantly outperforming its counterpart trained with clinical data only by 0.141. By further considering the temporal information of the CT sequence, our model achieved the best AUC of 0.954. The proposed model can be effectively used for finding out the mild patients who are easy to deteriorate into severe/critical cases, so that such patients get timely treatments while alleviating the limitations of medical resources.
     
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    It may only matter in order to prevent an arginine deficiency, if taking a lot of lysine. I’m just speculating here, partly based off this thread below...

    Thanks that was the thread I was referring to earlier.
     
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    The below linked article (which I consider a must read if you're not familiar with the topic) makes it appear wearing masks could soon be mandatory across much of the world. -- The article gives a good review of why wearing masks were shunned in the beginning, and just to warn you, the details may be upsetting to read, just as they were for me. -- It's also looking like that recommended 6 feet of social distancing is well short of the 25-30 feet the virus can actually travel. Another reason to consider wearing a mask.

    In other articles I just read this morning (that I feel connect well with the mask article), some health authorities now believe as many as 1/4 of people infected with the coronavirus are totally asymptomatic, while others infected are presenting with only very mild symptoms, and may not even know they have it. Also, people who have totally recovered from the virus can still be infectious for many days afterwards. -- All good reasons to always wear a mask.

    Asia may have been right about coronavirus and face masks, and the rest of the world is coming around
    Analysis by James Griffiths, CNN
    Updated 12:21 PM ET, Wed April 1, 2020

    "Hong Kong (CNN) In the coming weeks, if they have not already, your government is likely to begin advising you to wear a face mask to protect against coronavirus.'

    For those living in Asia, such announcements will be a vindication of a tactic that has been adopted across much of the region since the beginning of the crisis and appears to have been borne out by lower rates of infection and faster containment of outbreaks."

    ............................................

    Just discovered another article title on the Politico website, but have not yet read it:

    Mask mystery: Why are U.S. officials dismissive of protective covering?
    Other nations recommend wearing masks to avoid coronavirus, but the Trump administration has not seen a benefit.
     
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    "one night" - interesting, because of all Peat says about stress increasing at night etc. Could you try sleeping under some bright red lights all night? Would be interesting to see if that could counter the nighttime worsening.
     
  17. LucyL

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    The thing to be achieved is the high blood level of C since it has a very short half life. Bill Sardi says it can be done by consuming 3000 mg every 4 hours. I do this with a combination of regular and extended time release formulations (especially important overnight).

    It Kills Cancer - LewRockwell LewRockwell.com
    Linus Pauling, Call Your Office - LewRockwell LewRockwell.com
    Modern Medicine’s Aversion to Vitamin C Therapy Results in a Half-Million Needless Deaths From Sepsis in U.S. Hospitals Every Year - LewRockwell LewRockwell.com
    In the meantime, particularly if you are a senior American with heart, lung or malignant disease, you want to supplement with oral vitamin C. It is true vitamin C is rapidly excreted and therefore supplementation throughout the day is needed. A dynamic model of the need for vitamin C based upon severity of disease has been published by Dr. Steve Hickey. Dr. Steve Hickey has shown that repeated daily use of vitamin C by healthy adults, 500 mg vitamin C every 6-hours, produces blood concentrations that approach intravenous therapy. More vitamin C would be needed (up to 3000 mg every 4 hours) for individuals who are ill or have infection. A discussion of the dynamic need for vitamin C can be read online.
    I've done this amount for long stretches, with no gut issues, but maybe a person would want to work up to it. Peat doesn't like most of the Vit C on the market, but like anything, you have to decide for yourself if you think short term treatment for an acute disorder is worth perceived risks.
     
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    • Gargle with Listerine ® - really. Listerine ® was originally developed as a cleaner for doctors offices. The essential oils have potent antiviral activity, including against the flu and other viruses that have an ‘envelope’ around them. Coronavirus has an envelope around it and those are the viruses that Listerine ® shows benefit against. 30 seconds exposure reduced influenza and other enveloped viruses by 95-100%.
      The antiviral spectrum of Listerine antiseptic - ScienceDirect
    • Eat lots of colorful fruits and vegetables. Fruits and vegetables contain quercitin which has antiviral properties, including against coronavirus.
     
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    Can anyone advise a dosage for Lapodin to combat and protect someone from the corona virus?
     
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    Do you like Schweppes?
    Schweppes ronkc water-quinine
     
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