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Optimizing the Use of Hydroxychloroquine in the Management of COVID-19 Given Its Pharmacological Profile

Ali et al., Journal of Pharmaceutical Research International, doi:10.9734/jpri/2020/v32i830468
May 2021  
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HCQ for COVID-19
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Review of the mechanisms of action, pharmacokinetics and toxicity of HCQ, recommending use as early as possible with a loading dose in 3-4 divided doses to minimize toxicity, and daily maintenance divided into two doses, continued until remission.
Ali et al., 29 May 2021, peer-reviewed, 8 authors.
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Optimizing the Use of Hydroxychloroquine in the Management of COVID-19 Given Its Pharmacological Profile
Ahmed S Ali, Mahran S Abdel-Rahman, Riyadh S Almalikil, Abir S Mohamed, Khalid A Alfaifi, Abdelbabgi El. Fadil, Nagla A El-Shitany, Huda M Alkreathy
Journal of Pharmaceutical Research International, doi:10.9734/jpri/2020/v32i830468
Author RSA early joined the team to organize communication between researchers. He prepares the introduction. Author ASA assumed full supervision of the research with the assistance of all colleagues author MSAR prepared the side effects of the drug he also reviewed all that colleagues author ASM reviewed all clinical issues related to COVID 19 patients and their management she described in details cardiac toxicity of HCQ. Author AEF revised all sections related to the novel virus description and epidemiology. Author KAA collected and reviewed the pharmacokinetics of HCQ and its integration with the efficacy and safety issues. Author NAES participated actively in explaining the mechanism of HCQ. She also provided the summary and conclusion. Author HMA provided huge effort to edit the review, in a professional way regarding all aspects, language, reference and connoting ideas etc.
COMPETING INTERESTS Authors have declared that no competing interests exist. Mhlwatika
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