Some patients with a new type of coronavirus infection themselves bring themselves to critical conditions by taking large amounts of antibiotics. Alok Mishra, a surgeon and anesthesiologist-resuscitator from the “red zone” of the Central City Hospital of Kaspiysk in Dagestan, called such a fatal error in the treatment of COVID-19.
In an interview with the publication, an Indian physician said that the other day a woman died in the hospital, whom the children were not allowed to enter the hospital to treat at home. The doctor said that the Russian woman spent about two to three weeks on such treatment, and her immunity was “literally burned out” by antibiotics.
The specialist advised to contact the district police officer if you have symptoms for two to three days. A week later, a CT scan can be done to look for signs of pneumonia, he said. Mishra said that taking care of yourself will help you survive COVID-19 in a mild form and without risking your life.