Dr Robin Armstrong’s Five-Day COVID-19 Treatment
Click SHOW MORE below for Dr. Armstrong’s 5-day regiment to treat COVIN-19. YouTube interview with Dr. Robin Armstrong and Konni Burton from The Texan Blog. Full video interview… https://youtu.be/1ytgVYDGKTc
Dr. Robin Armstrong’s 5-Day Treatment Day 1 Hydroxychloriquine 400mi gram – twice a day Aziphromicine 500mg – once a day Zinc Sulfate 220 mg – once a day Day 2 Hydroxychloriquine 200mi gram – twice a day Azithromycin 250mg – once a day Zinc Sulfate 220 mg – once a day Day 3 Hydroxychloriquine 200mi gram – twice a day Azithromycin 250mg – once a day Zinc Sulfate 220 mg – once a day Day 4 Hydroxychloroquin 200mi gram – twice a day Azithromycin 250mg – once a day Zinc Sulfate 220 mg – once a day Day 5 Hydroxychloriquine 200mi gram – twice a day Azithromycin 250mg – once a day Zinc Sulfate 220 mg – once a day We check all patients with an ECG because the big concern among medical people is prolongation of the QTc interval. This ECG reading gives us a finding if you are predisposed to ventricular arrhythmia or sudden cardiac death. Dr. Armstrong’s findings so far show using Aziphromicine with Hydroxychloroquine reduces the risk of prolongation of the QTc interval.
Information on Choroquine from The CDD… https://www.cdc.gov/malaria/resources… According to the CDC, “Who can take chloroquine?” Chloroquine can be prescribed to adults and children of all ages. It can also be safely taken by pregnant women and nursing mothers. According to the CDC , “Who should not take chloroquine?” People with psoriasis should not take chloroquine. The American Academy of Ophthalmology has shown that 1% to 2% of the patients using HCQ can develop retinal damage when on a 5-year treatment for lupus. =============================
This five-day regimen of Hydroxychloroquine, Azithromycin and Zinc Sulfate works well to treat patients with COVIN-19. It is not a cure. It does not kill the virus. It blocks the virus. Treat Early With Hydroxychloroquine – Dr. Vladimir Zelenko has now treated over 1,450 coronavirus patients using hydroxychloroquine with 99.99% success rate. https://youtu.be/3m6qQmfcixU =============================
Any US citizen who travels to chronic malaria areas, such as Africa, India and South America is required to medicate for this disease. Chloroquine has been universally accepted as one safe and effective malarial treatment for decades. Coincidentally, these regions with historic chloroquine usage are not currently having high rates of Covid-19. As of May 5, 2020, the US has a death rate of 218 per million population while India pales at a 1 per million death rate. Hydroxychloroquine was approved by the FDA in 1955 for medical treatment. It’s been on the World Health Organization’s “List of Essential Medicines” for 40 years as being one of the safest and most effective medicines needed for world health. In 2017, it was the 128th most commonly prescribed medicine in the United States, with more than five million prescriptions. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hydroxy… It’s only been in the current heated political environment that Hydroxychloroquine has suddenly been criticized as “dangerous, unsafe and untested.”
August 22, 2005 when Dr. Anthony Fauci was president of the The National Institutes of Health when it published an article on hydroxychloroquine… “Chloroquine is a potent inhibitor of SARS coronavirus infection and spread.” “We report…that chloroquine has strong antiviral effects on SARS-CoV infection of primate cells. These inhibitory effects are observed when the cells are treated with the drug either before or after exposure to the virus, suggesting both prophylactic and therapeutic advantage.”
And some more good news from France via Fox News… Dr Didier Raoult Releases Positive Hydroxychloroquine Study Results. https://youtu.be/x9ZfAhUgsqk =============================
COVID-19 and Pre-Existing Conditions… https://www.verywellhealth.com/covid-… Lupus raises your chances of catching any kind of infection. So if you have lupus, you may be more likely than other people to get COVID-19. If you have lupus you are more prone to infections. However, Lupus is not on the list of pre-exististing conditions. No one or very few with lupus have died from the coronovirus. They already take hydroxychloroquine.