Spanish Researchers Meta-Survey of Ivermectin Studies—Safe, Effective & Can be Used for Early COVID-19 Care

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Recently a group of Spanish public health and epidemiological researchers conducted a comprehensive review of the scientific literature of ivermectin as a treatment for COVID-19, employing the narrative review centering on four primary topics, including a) short-term efficacy in the treatment of the disease, b) long-term efficacy in the treatment of patients with post-acute symptoms of COVD-19, c) efficacy in the prophylaxis of the disease and finally d) safety of the drug. The researchers found, based on their thorough review, that the evidence for safety of oral ivermectin includes sufficient evidence. Moreover, the investigators are convinced, based on the literature review, as to the efficacy of the drug in the early treatment of COVID-19. Part of the Frontline COVID-19 Critical Care Alliance (FLCCC),  the Spanish team recommends the use of ivermectin for both prophylaxis and early treatment of COVID-19.

The study, published in the Journal of Current Research in Translational Medicine, suggests additional well-designed studies to investigate further the efficacy and safety of ivermectin at various dose ranges—from lower thresholds to higher doses, and following different d...

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