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Eavarina fabiflu use chesara how effective is it for treatment? For moderate/severe cases??

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Moderate cases ku use chestaru anukunta...I am not expert though...

my friend had this

For my mother Severe:
- Inj. Magnex forte 1.5gm
- Doxy 100mg
- + calcium / multivitamin tablets/ protein powder
for 10 days
- Now fabiflu tablet

For my Dad mild : No injection
Only fabiflu tablet + calcium + multivitamin

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Moderate cases ku use chestaru anukunta...I am not expert though...

my friend had this

For my mother Severe:
- Inj. Magnex forte 1.5gm
- Doxy 100mg
- + calcium / multivitamin tablets/ protein powder
for 10 days
- Now fabiflu tablet

For my Dad mild : No injection
Only fabiflu tablet + calcium + multivitamin



Thank u for info

How are they doing now??
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Drug Controller General of India (DCGI) has given Mumbai-based Glenmark Pharmaceuticals permission to manufacture and market Favipiravir in tablet form to treat patients with mild to moderate COVID-19 infection, under the name of FabiFlu

Favipiravir has shown significant effects against other viruses that cause diseases like dengue fever, Zika, Ebola, gastroenteritis and diarrhea. All viruses are either DNA-based or RNA-based, and Favipiravir is effective against RNA viruses. SARS-CoV-2 is an RNA-based virus, which is why it was estimated that Favipiravir might prove to be effective against it. Favipiravir targets RNA polymerase, the enzyme that helps the multiplication of the viral RNA in the body. This drug mutates the RNA of the virus, which in turn reduces the viable viral load and improves the condition of the lungs.

While there is no evidence yet that Favipiravir weakens the immune system in any way - more light can be shed on this once the Glenmark study is published - antiviral drugs, in general, do have an immunosuppressive reaction. This is primarily the reason why Favipiravir is a prescription drug which is provided to patients along with other immunomodulatory drugs to maintain immune function in the patient.
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Mild to moderate cases ki Favipiravir use cheyyochu ,,, use chese mundu LFT ,RFT ,Sr uric acid test cheyinchandi!!!
Bagane work chesthundi mild to moderate case lo early ga start chesthe !!! Severe cases lo ,remedesivir best !!
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