NIH is now neutral on use of Ivermectin to treat Covid-19

Dolores

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The United States National Institute of Health has given the okay to Ivermectin as an option for use in Covid-19. One week after Dr. Paul Marik and Dr. Pierre Kory, founding members of the Front Line Covid-19 Critical Care Alliance (FLCCC), along with Dr. Andrew Hill, researcher and consultant to the World Health Organization (WHO), presented their data before the NIH Treatment Guidelines Panel, the NIH upgraded their recommendation on Ivermectin, making it an option for use in Covid-19.



This new designation upgraded the status of Ivermectin from “against” to “neither for nor against”, which is the same recommendation given to monoclonal antibodies and convalescent plasma, both widely used in the United States.



The FLCCC statements says that by the NIH no longer recommending against Ivermectin use, doctors should feel more open in prescribing Ivermectin as another...

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Cdn_Gringo

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Still waiting to see reports of Ivermectin use in the USA/Canada/Europe being effective in clearing out the ICUs and freeing up bed space. It would also be a big help if there were numerous credible reports of successful early treatment of patients with Ivemectin that prevented disease progression to a more severe stage. It seems western Doctors are still hesitant to use this protocol. Maybe more time will show positive results and more can hop onboard the Ivermectin train. At this point it is still hard to determine whether this drug is an effective treatment or not. Some say yes, some say no - no real consensus either way yet.
 

Caonabo

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Still waiting to see reports of Ivermectin use in the USA/Canada/Europe being effective in clearing out the ICUs and freeing up bed space. It would also be a big help if there were numerous credible reports of successful early treatment of patients with Ivemectin that prevented disease progression to a more severe stage. It seems western Doctors are still hesitant to use this protocol. Maybe more time will show positive results and more can hop onboard the Ivermectin train. At this point it is still hard to determine whether this drug is an effective treatment or not. Some say yes, some say no - no real consensus either way yet.

It has been working here in RD since March of last year, with no side effects.