Since the day it first appeared, vaccination studies for the SARS-CoV-2 virus, whose vaccination studies were carried out, started to give positive results. With the announcement of the 90% effective Covid-19 vaccine, it began to show positive weather effects worldwide.

There are more than one organization carrying out Covid-19 vaccine studies. One of the vaccines produced by these organizations is the Covid-19 vaccine, designed as a domestic vaccine. Although various inspections of the domestic vaccine have been carried out, it is seen that foreign-sourced vaccine studies are progressing at an extremely rapid rate. It is seen that vaccine studies are completed in 8-10 times in normal times. However, the troubled times we are in now seem to have been completed in a considerably short time, such as a year, with the loosening of the rules and regulations in vaccination studies. …

Favicovir acts like other drugs containing the active ingredient favipiravir. It simply acts as a treatment by successfully inhibiting some of the enzymes of the Covid-19 virus. This effect has been proven by many academic studies. The number of these academic studies is increasing day by day. This situation should not lead to the use of indiscriminate medication and should only be used with the doctor’s advice. It should not be forgotten that every drug has more or less side effects.

Favicovir side effects include diarrhea. Diarrhea is quite common among favicovir side effects. Click for more information

Diarrhea is not the only one in terms of Favicovir side effects. It has some important side effects. Another important feature of Favicovir that should be taken seriously is related to its use in pregnancy. It can be harmful to the baby. If you are a pregnant woman who should use this drug, you should definitely tell your doctor. Also favicovir passes into milk. In other words, if you are a breastfeeding woman, be sure to tell your doctor. This medicine may be harmful to the baby. …

Plaquenil, or hydroxychloroquine, which has been used frequently with the Covid-19 epidemic, has certain side effects like every drug. Plaquenil is a malaria medicine. And its first use was in the treatment of malaria. With the outbreak of the Covid19 epidemic, the re-purposing of FDA-approved drugs quickly developed a treatment procedure. In this context, the process that started with computational chemistry studies continued with in vitro and in vivo studies. Does. When Plaquenil is thinned in terms of its side effects, the following results appear.

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What are the side effects of Plaquenil?

Plaquenil Side Effects

Precise information on Chloroquine and Plaquenil side effects allows better exploitation of their therapeutic effects. Retinopathy can be avoided by observing a maximum daily dose of 3.5–4 mg / kg ideal body weight for chloroquine and 6–6.5 mg / kg ideal body weight for hydroxychloroquine. In this way, both can be used for long-term treatment. The pharmacokinetics of chlorokinin means that it can accumulate in the presence of kidney or liver failure, especially at higher doses. High plasma concentration enhances side effects without enhancing therapeutic effects. For more information: Plaquenil. For more information about the new coronavirus drug favicovir: Favicovir Side Effects and Those Who Use Favicovir. …

Tamoxifen citrate is a drug used in breast cancer. It is in the anti-estrogen class. It inhibits estrogen receptors competitively. In other words, before the estrogen hormones can bind to the receptor, the tamoxifen molecule comes and binds to the receptor. In this way, the effects of estrogen hormones are eliminated. So, tamoxifen is an estrogen antagonist. This situation is similar to enzyme inhibition and generally works on the same principle, however, an agonist site (pocket) may also be present in the binding sites of the receptors.

Some countries use steroids in the treatment process of Covid-19 disease. In particular, there are reports that the use of favicovir and cortisone together reduces mortality rates. …

Although Favipiravir was approved for the new flu treatment in China on February 15, 2020, clinical trials in the treatment of COVID-19 continue. Favipiravir is a new type of RNA-dependent RNA polymerase (RdRp) inhibitor. In addition to anti-influenza virus activity, favipiravir can block the replication of flavi-, alpha-, filo-, bunya-, arena-, neuro- and other RNA viruses. …



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