Tag: covid19

Remdesivir

Shedding light on some peer-reviewed randomized control trials conducted so far with this anti viral drug touted for use in alleviating intensive care in severe COVID-19 patients. On May 22, 2020 the New England Journal of Medicine published a preliminary report of a double-blind randomized, placebo-controlled trial of intravenous remdesivir. They concluded that remdesivir is…

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COVID19 numbers in India

Questions remain in the manner in which the lockdown was implemented, one of, if not the harshest measure seen in the world. India went through a series of lockdowns, as it looked to beef up the healthcare system to cope with the expected growth of cases. At the time of initial observations of possible good…

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Bell Curve

India is currently into the third leg of battling COVID19. Apparently it should not be called a lockdown, because unlike the prior two, plenty of easing up is seen in restrictions with zonal divisions of the nation based on disease load. The inept governance that GoI is known for under Modi means, the number of…

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