COVID Management - Rule of ‘3’

Simple rules for management of COVID-19. Do share if you have more such simple rules for COVID management..........

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BEAUTIFUL ILLUSTRATIONS.. EVERYONE. IS. WELL. AWARE. SO NEEDS A. COMPREHENSIVE ... TREATMENT. PLAN. ... TO AVOID....SUPERADDED / SUPRA INFECTIONS....LIKE BACTERIAL / FUNGAL...

Nice illustration need a comprehensive plan of treatment.
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Illustrative post

Thanx dr Vedprakash Singh
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Now time has come to get a final treatment guidelines as all the indicaters and parameters are konwn to the medical professionals .No chance of error . Very nicely presentation

Nicely illustrated and informative post. But we are still in the dark tunnel of treatment part every day mutation is there and similarly treatment is also directed within few days therefore looking for a comprehensive and authoritative Treatment plan. More research can be useful in case .

Thanks Dr Ved Prakash Singh
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Nice presentation.. Nice information. Useful information.. Uploaded.. Management of covid 19 cases.. Cytokinesis storm.. Indicater.. Medication nice information.. uploaded...

Thanks doctor
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NICE ILLUSTRATION STILL THE SIMPLE RULES FOR COVID 19 PANDEMIC MANAGEMENT IS SOCIAL DISTANCING WEARING OF FACIAL MASKS DENSITISATION FREQUENT WASHING OF HANDS VACCINATION

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This post on Covid Management Rule of '3' is simple, practical, memorable and noticeable. But still Medical professionals are in dilemma and little bit confused regarding final,confirmed, non controversial & authentic tt of Covid pts. A final noncontroversial official & authentic tt guide line shud be declared by ICMR which shud be not changed frequently like before(trial & error methods).

Nice post showing Covid Management Rule -3 for covid cytokine storm. - Clinical s/s indicators. - Tests lab - Rx medication to counter storm.

Whenever immuno-modulators are used, there is risk of Opportunistic Infections. And present times have become an example of it, which will help shape the future medications, if remembered well.

Thank you @Dr. Dinesh Gupta
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