In patients with serious pneumonia, a depleted vitamin C level greatly increases the risk of widespread internal organ damage and death.Vizcaychipi, who heads research in intensive care medicine at the Chelsea and Westminster Hospital in the United Kingdom, has been giving COVID and non-COVID patients in its intensive care units up to 6 grams (6,000 mg) of vitamin C intravenously.In the United States, a group of medical doctors, members of the Frontline COVID Critical Care Alliance (www.flccc.net) have more than halved mortality in their ICUs using the MATH+ protocol of steroids (methylprednisolone), vitamin C (ascorbic acid), vitamin B1 (thiamine), vitamin D, and anticoagulants (heparin).Currently, Marik, director of the intensive care unit at Sentara Norfolk General Hospital, is being prohibited from using this safe and effective life-saving protocol by Sentara Health on the false grounds of a lack of evidence.
Not one adverse event has been reported in any published vitamin C clinical trials in COVID-19 patients.
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