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Salus ; 25(3):39-43, 2021.
Article in Spanish | EMBASE | ID: covidwho-2207153


Background: With more than 244 million cases worldwide, the SARS-CoV-2 pandemic has affected almost every country on the planet. Its impact on the health, economy, education and scientific systems, among others, has been significant. The search for therapeutic tools for the treatment and control of this new disease, COVID-19, has been intense, but it has not yet been possible to select a specific and effective drug for its treatment. Methodology: the objective of this work is to summarize the existing information, related to some of the most common drugs used in therapy against COVID-19, to achieve this a search methodology was used in scientific and general databases (Pubmed, Google Scholar) using keywords related to the topic of interest. The results show that the most common drugs used in the treatment of this disease have mostly been evaluated in clinical trials. Conclusion(s): despite almost two years passed since the first case of COVID-19, effective and specific drugs have not been developed or reassigned for the treatment of the disease and some of of the already evaluated have shown controversial results. Copyright © 2021, Revista Salus. All rights reserved.

Rural ; 56(3):22-24, 2022.
Article in English | CAB Abstracts | ID: covidwho-2168825


It is indicated that the COVID-19 pandemic is fuelling the vicious circle of poverty, hunger and exploitation which millions of children had already been exposed to before the first lockdown was imposed. The article looks at the pandemic's impacts on the life situation of millions of children, and shows why policy course corrections are urgently needed, also regarding development cooperation.