Ibuprofen may help for those diagnosed with mild Coronovirus

Ibuprofen may help for those diagnosed with mild Coronovirus

The British Broadcasting Centre (BBC) has reported that Scientists are conducting tests and further investigations after preliminary findings suggesting that Ibuprofen may help in mild respiratory issues experienced by Coronavirus Patients.

Prof Mitul Mehta, one of the team at King’s College London, said: “We need to do a trial to show that the evidence actually matches what we expect to happen.”

Studies in animals suggest it might treat acute respiratory distress syndrome which is one of the complications of severe coronavirus.

Studies are on-going and The team from London’s Guy’s and St Thomas’ Hospital and King’s College believe the drug, which is anti-inflammatory as well as a painkiller, could treat breathing difficulties.

As for those with mild coronavirus symptoms, The National Health Service of The UK (NHS) advises people to consider consuming paracetamol first before considering ibuprofen , both which are safe for consumption and perhaps doable if the diagnosis is a very mild one.

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