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Oral Quercetin in Adult Patients as a Potential Nutraceutical against Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19)

Aguilar et al., Journal of Advances in Medical and Pharmaceutical Sciences, doi:10.9734/jamps/2021/v23i330222
Apr 2021  
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Aguilar et al., 8 Apr 2021, peer-reviewed, 3 authors.
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Oral Quercetin in Adult Patients as a Potential Nutraceutical against Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19)
Juan Fernando Ibarra Aguilar, Gabriela Ariane Sanabria Báez, Fernando Galeano
Journal of Advances in Medical and Pharmaceutical Sciences, doi:10.9734/jamps/2021/v23i330222
Aim: To establishing the use of oral Quercetin as a potential nutraceutical against Coronavirus Disease 2019. Methods: A descriptive, prospective longitudinal study was carried out on 52 patients treated at the ECOMED-LAMB Clinic, in the period from the onset of Covid-19 in our country, March 3, 2020 to January 2021. Results: Were studied 52 patients COVID-19 positive, 20 (38.4%) were in preventive treatment and 32 patients (61.5%) was administered biological therapy once the diagnosis, no difference was found between female or male sex and the predominant age was those over 60 years. Twenty-four patients (70.6%) have presented at least one comorbidity. Original Research Article The association of hospitalization with preventive treatment was not significant (p=0.166), we observed difference in the evolution of the patients (p= 0.084). Conclusions: Quercetin could prevent and decrease the duration of SARSCoV plausible to propose the prophylactic use of this flavonoid in order to achieve clinical benefits.
COMPETING INTERESTS Authors have declared that no competing interests exist.
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