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originally posted by: odd1out
originally posted by: Wide-Eyes
a reply to: odd1out
But someone drank Fish Tank cleaner! ZOMG!!
Yes! And people keep using that as evidence of how SCARY this drug is. I remain skeptical but I think it needs to be proven effective, dangerous, or useless NOW.
Dr. Vladimir Zev Zelenko - Covid19 Success Trials
"To all medical professionals around the world," Dr. Vladimir (Zev) Zelenko, Board Certified Family Practitioner writes to world health care specialists [Concerning the Covid-19 virus that we are successfully treating in Kiryas Joel and Monsey, New York. "We have had ZERO deaths, ZERO hospitalizations, and ZERO intubations. Additionally, I have not heard of any negative side effects other than approximately 10% of patients with temporary nausea and diarrhea.
"Given the urgency of the situation, I developed the following treatment protocol in the pre-hospital setting and have seen only positive results:
1. Any patient with shortness of breath regardless of age is treated.
2. Any patient in the high-risk category even with just mild symptoms is treated.
3. Young, healthy and low-risk patients even with symptoms are not treated (unless their circumstances change and they fall into category 1 or 2).
"My out-patient treatment regimen is as follows:
1. Hydroxychloroquine 200mg twice a day for 5 days
2. Azithromycin 500mg once a day for 5 days
3. Zinc sulfate 220mg once a day for 5 days
"The rationale for my treatment plan is as follows. I combined the data available from China and South Korea with a recent study published from France (sites available on request). We know that hydroxychloroquine helps Zinc enter the cell. We know that Zinc slows viral replication within the cell. Regarding the use of azithromycin, I postulate it prevents secondary bacterial infections. These three drugs are well known and usually well-tolerated, hence the risk to the patient is low."
With much respect,
Dr. Zev Zelenko