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Vitamin C and COVID-19 plus EVMS CRITICAL CARE COVID-19 MANAGEMENT PROTOCOL (MATH+)

Many of those most at risk from COVID-19, including individuals who are older, Black, male and with chronic medical conditions like osteoarthritis, hypertension and diabetes, tend to have lower levels of vitamin C, another reason vitamin C therapy would be considered a reasonable treatment, Isales says. The investigators also note that patients may develop a vitamin C deficiency over the course of their COVID-19 illness since, during an active infection, vitamin C is consumed at a more rapid rate. Insufficient levels can augment the damage done by an overzealous immune response #covi19 #vitaminc #svct Plus link to MATHS+ : Disclaimer: The information provided in this protocol is primarily to provide information to physicians on a protocol that we found to be highly effective in damping down the hyperinflammatory cytokine “storm” that is the cause of mortality and morbidity in COVID-19. Our guidance should only be used by medical professionals in formulating their approach to COVID19. Patients should always consult with their physician before starting any medical treatment. https://www.evms.edu/media/evms_publi… http://www.aginganddisease.org/articl… Gregory Patterson, Carlos M. Isales, Sadanand Fulzele. Low level of Vitamin C and dysregulation of Vitamin C transporter might be involved in the severity of COVID-19 Infection. Aging and Disease, 2020; DOI: 10.14336/AD.2020.0918

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