Approves two new drugs to treat corona

Approves two new drugs to treat corona

The World Health Organization (WHO) has approved two new treatments for corona infection.

According to the details, the WHO has approved a combination of the two drugs for patients with severe coronary heart disease.

According to the British Medical Journal, experts say that the joint pain medication baricitinib can be used in combination with another drug, corticosteroids, to treat severe coronary heart disease.

Medical experts say that the use of this drug increases the chances of survival of infected patients and reduces the need for ventilators.

Medical experts have also recommended Sotrovimab, a synthetic antibody treatment for people with low immunity.

However, the World Health Organization has stated that the effectiveness of this treatment against omecron variant is still uncertain. on Wednesday WHO chief Tedros Azanom Gabrius said Omekron causes less severe disease than Delta, but it is a dangerous virus – especially for those who are not vaccinated.

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