What are the latest guideline of management of COVID 19 according to severity?

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Nothing is specifically followed There are two school of thoughts 1 it is not pneumonitis rathe thromboembolism pathophysiology seen on autopsies conducted in itlay The cause of death was DIC leadind to shock and death Hence they are propogating to start antithrombolysis as earliest Cat1 and 2a they suggested beside pcm vit bcomplex and vit c Hcqs give aspirin 450 mg stat as soon as symptoms notice in lemon water as pt feel recovered by next morning They quoted an maxican example 2 the school of thought is pneumonitis ->myocarditis hf and death Hence rececitation with oxygen supplemented by intubation and maintained on ventilator With restof iv azithromycin Remdesivir or lopivir hcqs etc But remember recently WHO has restricted rather ban the use.of hcqs
CAT 3 RT PCR POSITIVE with respiratory insufficiency Oxygen supplementation,TAB HCQ, INJ AZITHROMYCIN,INJ LOPINAVIR/RITONAVIR. CAT 4 UNRESPONSIVE, UNCONSCIOUS,SEPSIS,MULTI ORGAN FAILURE MECHANICAL VENTILATION IN ICU ,TAB HCQ, INJ AZITHROMYCIN ,INJ LOPINAVIR/RITONAVIR, INJ STEROIDS ,INJ LMWH for DVT PROPHYLAXIS.
Cat 1...RT PCR positive but pts are asymptomatic Tab PCT, B COMPLEX, VIT C, HCQ. CAT 2A RT PCR positive,mild symptoms Tab PCT,B COMPLEX,VIT C,HCQ&Tab AZITHROMYCIN. CAT 2B RT PCR Positive,with symptoms along with comorbid conditions Tab PCT, B COMPLEX,VIT C,HCQ, AZITHROMYCIN.
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