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EuropePMC; 2021.
Preprint in English | EuropePMC | ID: ppcovidwho-314291

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Background: COVID 19 infection caused by SARS-CoV2 virus is causing high mortality all over the world. This causes asymptomatic, mildly symptomatic , moderate, and severe illness. In severe illness, mortality is remarkably high as drugs are not effective enough to avert cytokine storm, stroke, myocarditis, or myocardial infarction. COVID-19 is a positive sense virus that directly enters the ACE2 cell and starts replication after encountering the host protein. Effective treatment has been limited to only mild and sometimes moderate cases but there is a high mortality in severe cases. Case Presentation: Severe COVID-19 cases with different comorbities were assessed and treated in the first wave as well as the second wave of the pandemic in North India.. A total number of 305 patients were assessed for severity with their symptoms and abnormal blood parameters , out of which 109 patients severe patients were given the drugs and their symptoms and vitals were monitored along with therapy. In both the single SARS CoV 2 and the double mutant virus strain in the second wave. We measured their severity through their blood parameters by calculating high Neutrophil lymphocyte ratio, Platelet lymphocyte ratio after getting their complete blood count, diabetes, and other inflammatory markers like high LDH, CRP, Serum Ferritin, D Dimer, or IL 6 in critically ill patients as studied in previous studies. Hence, we designed this combination therapy drug protocol which was home based oral therapy with hundred percent recovery rate if initiated early. Wherever required oxygen therapy had also been recommended along with diet modification, low fatty acid diet and low carbohydrates for more effectivity. The combination of Azithromycin , Pentoxifylline and Dexamethasone had shown to be highly effective in controlling the inflammation and viral replication with dose modification. Intravenous Ceftriaxone was given as infusion in patients having viral Pnemonia . Conclusions: This combination therapy of drugs has shown to decrease TLR mediated cytokine production. This therapy has shown full success in all high-risk patients especially in the elderly having comorbidities like Diabetes, heart diseases, cancer, autoimmune diseases.

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Indian J Community Med ; 45(2): 235-239, 2020.
Article in English | MEDLINE | ID: covidwho-609478

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CONTEXT: Vital parameters including blood oxygen level, respiratory rate, pulse rate, and body temperature are crucial for triaging patients to appropriate medical care. Advances in remote health monitoring system and wearable health devices have created a new horizon for delivery of efficient health care from a distance. MATERIALS AND METHODS: This diagnostic validation study included patients attending the outpatient department of the institute. The accuracy of device under study was compared against the gold standard patient monitoring systems used in intensive care units. STATISTICAL ANALYSIS: The statistical analysis involved computation of intraclass correlation coefficient. Bland-Altman graphs with limits of agreement were plotted to assess agreement between methods. P <0.05 was considered statistically significant. RESULTS: A total of 200 patients, including 152 males and 48 females in the age range of 2-80 years, formed the study group. A strong correlation (intraclass correlation coefficient; r > 0.9) was noted between the two devices for all the investigated parameters with significant P value (<0.01). Bland-Altman plot drawn for each vital parameter revealed observations in agreement from both the devices. CONCLUSION: The wearable device can be reliably used for remote health monitoring. Its regulated use can help mitigate the scarcity of hospital beds and reduce exposure to health-care workers and demand of personal protection equipment.

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