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All about COVID19 - An initiative from WhiteCoats that brings together updates from top curated resources exclusively for healthcare professionals

With growing concerns about primary healthcare during this COVID-19 pandemic, app developers have come up with a solution to weigh the risks of cancer treatment delay.  With the COVID-19 overwhelming hospitals and healthcare workers all around the world, doctors have postponed surgery, and other treatments for cancer affected patients. The uncertainty of this pandemic has delayed the treatments for months. ...

A recent journal published review, speculates that mouth wash could potentially inhibit the disease from spreading.  With the COVID-19 cases surging every day, experts are in a desperate state to either find a cure or contain the disease. On that basis, a recently published review article speculates that by using mouth wash, once can contain the spread of the novel ...

In a statement released on Monday, scientists from Russia stated that Avifavir - the first direct-acting antiviral drug registered in Russia has proven effective against COVID-19 in clinical trials. The drug is produced by a joint venture of the Russian Direct Investment Fund, Russia's sovereign wealth fund, and ChemRar Group, which includes research and development services and investment companies in ...

With COVID-19 surprising experts all over the world with its news ways to affect and symptoms, a recent article has reported that the current ongoing pandemic might fuel microbial resistance. In developing a company, there has always been an underlying problem regarding drug-resistant infections. This problem in specific contributes to the development of high resistant pathogens, which are difficult to ...

Although first termed to be a respiratory disease, scientists uncover that the virus affects a variety of organs, making them wonder if it is actually a vascular disease?  The novel virus COVID-19 which emerged last year is infecting millions and has claimed over 300,000 lives worldwide. There are rising concerns that the number of actual cases are higher than the ...

With a desperate attempt to treat the deadly coronavirus, ozone therapy is being used to treat the virus in severely infected people. For a few years now, in alternative medicine, healthcare experts have been using ozone or ozonide in the form of gas or liquid to treat medical conditions and as a topical disinfectant. Experts are recently exploring the options ...

Experts at the University of Huddersfield have been claiming for a fact that the anti-malarial drug proved to be a "magic bullet" can also be the cause of serious side effects including death. Although many pharmaceutical agencies have claimed that there has been some improvement in patients treated with chloroquine (CQ) and hydroxychloroquine (HCQ) but it has also been recorded ...

Along with the increasing number of cases, there are growing concerns over the effect COVID-19 has on primary healthcare Over the past few weeks, reports are being published on the poor primary healthcare people are receiving in this current pandemic. This show about COVID affecting people in more ways than one, directly or indirectly. Cases of mental health being affected ...

A study conducted by the Singapore’s National Centre for Infectious Diseases and the academy of medicine, Singapore states that patients, infected with SARS CoV-2 may not be infectious to other people after 11 days of getting sick, even though they might still test positive. The paper was based on as many as 73 patients in the city-state done by infectious ...

With no confirmed evidence of Vitamin D to prevent or cure COVID-19, experts explain the warnings posed dure to high doses of the vitamin supplementation.  With the anxiety of no available treatment or cure for COVID-19, people are going to the stages of following unverified reports stating the use of vitamin to be a cure for COVID-19. Taking the matter ...