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    Ohio goes beyond FDA guidance and bans Doctors from prescribing hydroxiquine for covi

    This despite the fact that there are Doctors who have successfully treating the symptoms of covid-19 and without significant side effects. A Doctor in Ohio can legally do almost any kind of treatment for other diseases but not this treatment and not for covid, despite the fact that the FDA still allows Doctors nationally to prescribe it for covid if the patient desires it. So basically no choice in wanting to try something that might save your life.

    https://www.whio.com/home/coronaviru...G2LGTHXHMPRXI/

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    I just can not understand why they would do that ? A Dr should be able to prescribe whatever they think will work best for the patient !
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    July 1, 2020 the FDA prohibited all Emergency use Authorization (EUA) in the USA



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    Welcome to socialized medicine. Isn't it wonderful?
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    Makes a lot of sense to ban a drug that could harm someone from being used to treat a disease that could kill them. And it was the state pharmacy board banning its use, not the legislature or governor.

    Anyway, updated article says the state pharmacy board has reversed its position and will not ban hydroxychloroquine at this time.
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    Quote Originally Posted by 230JHP View Post
    Makes a lot of sense to ban a drug that could harm someone from being used to treat a disease that could kill them. And it was the state pharmacy board banning its use, not the legislature or governor.

    Anyway, updated article says the state pharmacy board has reversed its position and will not ban hydroxychloroquine at this time.
    But with the FDA "guidance" I posted above, should an MD decide to treat a Covid patient with it and the patient dies, the malpractice lawsuit has significant ammo to implicate the Doc in the patient's death.
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    LOL, my GP was not born yesterday. I would not only have Chinese flu but a case of malaria fever and fatigue to go with it.
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    Need more covid deaths to support their position.
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    This is what comes from the lunacy of politicizing a public health issue.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Czechbikr View Post
    But with the FDA "guidance" I posted above, should an MD decide to treat a Covid patient with it and the patient dies, the malpractice lawsuit has significant ammo to implicate the Doc in the patient's death.
    That's what informed written consent is for. I know a Doc who treats patients with this drug combo and the forms you have to sign to get the treatment have been everything spelled out and approved by the hospitals lawyers. Also the patient is monitored during the course of treatment, not merely given a script and sent home.

 

 
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