Saturday, December 4, 2021

Dr Shankara Chetty: Outpatient therapy options for COVID-19


At the time this video was made, Dr Chetty had treated over 4,000 COVID-19 patients successfully – no oxygen or hospitalization required, and no deaths. The number now stands at over 7,000. This doctor has figured a way out of the pandemic! This interview highlights the future of COVID-19 treatment, available anywhere in the world. 

Dr Shankara Chetty (South Africa) has significant experience in managing COVID-19 patients in the outpatient setting, incorporating his research findings and a solid understanding of the disease. His background is in Biology and Microbiology with many years practicing as a Family Practitioner. 

0:00 - Intro 4:15 - Covid in Port Edward, South Africa 6:45 - Covid-19 research 12:55 - Clinical approach to Covid 13:50 - Low cost strategies to prevent Covid transmission 17:20 - Hydroxychloroquine in Covid 19:45 - Early intervention in Covid 24:10 - Shortness of breath in Covid 25:00 - The 8th day of Covid symptoms is vital 27:10 - Hypersensitivity in Covid 34:25 - Ivermectin in Covid 39:50 - Perspectives on Covid vaccination 40:55 - Why does this approach to Covid not get more attention? 43:20 - Randomized control trial (RCT) appropriate in Covid? 46:10 - Real world Covid case management 47:50 - How to train Covid patients to recognize important signs 49:20 - Covid outpatient management 54:30 - Vitamin D in Covid 57:00 - Post-dated prescriptions for the 8th day of Covid symptoms
Having alternative solutions is especially important for countries with limited intensive care facilities.

Dr Chetty outside the tent clinic he set up for Covid patients at his home in South Africa 

1 comment:

Terry Morrissey said...

well worth watching the whole thing. It makes you realise just how much has been witheld. There ARE treatments with existing drugs but it doesn't fit with government's agenda. They would rather you just stayed at home and either came right or died. They do not actually have a preference.
To treat over 7000 patients successfully would pretty much be a better result than vaccination which has had some fatalities.