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Old 03-30-2020, 12:57 PM
skyking skyking is offline
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Originally Posted by blueash View Post
Careful reading please, but thank you for a link. The Foxnews story says


Note that it doesn't say they are doing it, rather that they hope to launch. And it doesn't say medical professionals, it says front-line caregivers. That is not a minor quibble as the previous sentence in the story is about spread in nursing homes. So it might mean giving it to care givers in nursing homes. (And I think caregivers in nursing homes are healthcare professionals.)

I am all in favor of people doing studies. And I am encouraged by the word "trial" in his comment. It suggests something more vigorous than just giving everyone hydroxychloroquine. Hopefully they are going to collect data but I understand that can be a secondary issue. As I have written in other threads I hope this works, bigly.
I think the doctors, nurses, respiratory techs, etc. who are treating these patients would be considered "front line" especially if they are in the ER or some form of triage.

Last edited by skyking; 03-30-2020 at 03:46 PM.
 
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