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Potential Coronavirus interventions: Vitamin D, ACE2, TCM, Remdesvir, etc. - Feb 2020

Potential Interventions for Novel Coronavirus in China: A Systematic Review

Journal of Medical Virology, doi: 10.1002/jmv.25707
Lei Zhang Yunhui Liu liuyh at sj-hospital.org


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Reasons to believe that Vitamin D might prevent/treat Coronavirus

Fact All Coronavirus attach to ACE2 enzyme in human cells
Suspected Vitamin D reduces ACE2 enzyme
Fact All previous human Coronavirus are fought by Vitamin D
Hypothesis Vitamin D will also fight the new form of Coronavirus, COVID-19


Some of the reasons in table format

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An outbreak of a novel coronavirus (COVID‐19 or 2019‐CoV) infection has posed significant threats to international health and the economy. In the absence of treatment for this virus, there is an urgent need to find alternative methods to control the spread of disease. Here, we have conducted an online search for all treatment options related to coronavirus infections as well as some RNA virus infection and we have found that general treatments, coronavirus‐specific treatments, and antiviral treatments should be useful in fighting COVID‐19. We suggest that the nutritional status of each infected patient should be evaluated before the administration of general treatments and the current children's RNA virus vaccines including influenza vaccine should be immunized for uninfected people and health care workers. In addition, convalescent plasma should be given to COVID‐19 patients if it is available. In conclusion, we suggest that all the potential interventions be implemented to control the emerging COVID‐19 if the infection is uncontrollable.

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