Canada Warns of “Controversial” Corona Drugs

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Canadian Health These two drugs may cause serious side effects, including serious stroke problems the heart.

She advised not to use these two drugs except on the prescription of a doctor, according to an agency "Reuters".

The French Medicines Agency renewed its warning to doctors on Saturday against using the drug Hydroxychloroquine In the fight Covid-19.

The National Agency for the Safety of Medicines and Health Products has previously issued a warning about the anti-malarial drug, which is also used to treat lupus and rheumatoid arthritis.

It stated that more than half of the 321 cases "For unpleasant side effects" The treatments currently being used for the emerging coronavirus are caused by the drug hydroxychloroquine and the anti-inflammatory drug azithromycin is used for.

The agency announced that since the epidemic appeared, serious side effects had been reported in "80 percent" Of the declared cases.

On Thursday, the European Medicines Agency voiced its voice for concerns about the use of malaria drugs.

The Amsterdam-based body reported that "Recent studies have recorded serious heartbeat problems and in some cases fatal conditions when using chloroquine or hydroxychloroquine, especially when used in high doses or together with the anti-inflammatory azitromycin".

She noted that there is no indication that these drugs are useful in treating people with the virus.

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Management said Canadian Health These two drugs may cause serious side effects, including serious stroke problems the heart.

She advised not to use these two drugs except on the prescription of a doctor, according to the Reuters news agency.

The French Medicines Agency renewed its warning to doctors on Saturday against using the drug Hydroxychloroquine In the fight Covid-19.

The National Agency for the Safety of Medicines and Health Products has previously issued a warning about the anti-malarial drug, which is also used to treat lupus and rheumatoid arthritis.

She reported that more than half of the 321 “unpleasant side effects” of treatments currently used for the emerging coronavirus are caused by the drug hydroxychloroquine and the anti-inflammatory drug azetromycin used with.

The agency announced that since the epidemic appeared, serious side effects had been reported in “80 percent” of reported cases.

On Thursday, the European Medicines Agency voiced its voice for concerns about the use of malaria drugs.

“The recent studies have recorded serious heartbeat problems and in some cases fatal conditions when using chloroquine or hydroxychloroquine, especially when used in high doses or alongside the anti-inflammatory azitromycin,” the Amsterdam-based body said.

She noted that there is no indication that these drugs are useful in treating people with the virus.







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