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Friday, March 27, 2020

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 While medical experts all over the world scramble to develop an Antidote to coronavirus,
critically ill COVID-19
 patients in
Newyork are being administered massive doses of Vitamin C.


Doctors across Newyork are giving intensive-care patients high doses of Vitamin c,
 Based on experiment treatments given to people affected by covid-19 in Shanghai, China.


The benefits of vitamin c cannot be ignored but how much vitamin c to consume in a
 day varies from person to person. Adults should consume 65mg to 90 mg vitamin c
per day,2000
mg is the upper limit,
during menstrual disorders suggested dose of vitamin C is 1500 mg.


However, a pulmonologist and critical care specialist associated with Newyork’s
 largest healthcare provider
 Northwell Health, Dr. Andrew weber said that he has been giving critically ill
patients 1500 mg of
 intravenous
 vitamin c.
These patients are given the dose of antioxidants 3 or 4 times a day.


Each dose is more than 16 times the National Institute of Health's daily
 recommended dietary allowance of
 vitamin c
which is 90 mg for adult men and 75 mg for adult women.
The patients who received vitamin c did significantly better than those who
did not receive vitamin c he reported.


A spokesperson of Northwell that operates 23 hospitals said that vitamin C is
 widely used as corona treatment
throughout the system,but noted that medication protocols varied from patients to patients.


Jason Molinet said that vitamin C is administered in addition to such medicines as
 an anti-malaria drug.
 Hydroxychloroquine, the antibiotic Azithromycin, various biologics, and blood thinners,
Weber said.


He said vitamin C level in coronavirus patients drops dramatically when they suffer
sepsis,an inflammatory
 response
that occurs when their bodies overreact to the infection.


However, Newyork York City is completely locked down. Time Square New York
 which is known for its
 hustle and bustle is empty as the city suffers from the worst attack of coronavirus.

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