Chinese Medical Team Report Successful Treatment Of Coronavirus Patients With High-Dose Vitamin C | Justice4Poland.com

Comment by tonytran2015: This news again confirms that BBC is definitely a Fake News maker (Has BBC done its own checking on facts?).

https://justice4poland.com/2020/03/07/chinese-medical-team-report-successful-treatment-of-coronavirus-patients-with-high-dose-vitamin-c/

Significantly, the press release acknowledges that early application of vitamin C can have a strong antioxidant effect, reduce inflammatory responses, and improve endothelial function. It also describes how numerous studies have shown the dose of vitamin C used has a lot to do with the treatment’s effect. The medical team say their past experience shows that high-dose vitamin C can not only improve antiviral levels, but more importantly can prevent and treat acute lung injury and acute respiratory distress.

Shanghai Medical Association recommends high-dose vitamin C for treatment of coronavirus

In a further development, the Shanghai Medical Association (SMA) in China has published a consensus on the comprehensive treatment of coronavirus disease. Based on the study of more than 300 clinical patients and developed by 30 experts in the treatment of new coronavirus pneumonia, it recommends high-dose vitamin C for even light infection with the virus.

The dose recommended in the consensus is 50 to 100 mg per kilogram of bodyweight per day. For severe and critically ill patients, up to 200 mg per kilogram of bodyweight per day is advised, injected intravenously. Described as the ‘Shanghai Plan’, the SMA says its consensus has attracted widespread attention, including on Shanghai TV.

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