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Evaluation of the Effect of Zinc, Quercetin, Bromelain and Vitamin C on COVID-19 Patients

Ahmed et al., International Journal of Diabetes Management, doi:10.61797/ijdm.v2i2.259, NCT04468139
Oct 2023  
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Case series of 22 hospitalized COVID-19 patients showing that a combination of quercetin 800mg, bromelain 165mg, zinc acetate 50mg and vitamin C 1g daily for 3-5 days was safe when given with other treatments.
Authors include In Silico molecular docking analysis showing that the natural compounds quercetin and bromelain bind strongly to the active site of human cathepsin L protein, indicating they may act as inhibitors. Quercetin exhibited a binding energy of -5.15 kcal/mol with 5 hydrogen bonds and 1 pi-interaction. Bromelain had a binding energy of -5.65 kcal/mol with 7 hydrogen bonds. As human cathepsin L is involved in inflammatory pathways, the results suggest quercetin and bromelain could potentially help prevent COVID-19 progression to severe inflammation and cytokine storm.
Study covers quercetin, vitamin C, and zinc.
Ahmed et al., 6 Oct 2023, Saudi Arabia, peer-reviewed, mean age 49.3, 6 authors, study period June 2020 - September 2020, trial NCT04468139 (history). Contact: drmedahmed@gmail.com.
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Amr Ahmed, Heba Abdelseed, Hassan Shora, Yousef Albalawi, Eman Aslsalameen, Abdullah Alkattan
Coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19 ) is an infectious disease caused by a new strain of coronavirus, SARS-CoV-2. There are three phases of COVID-19: early infection stage, pulmonary stage, and hyper-inflammation stage. It is essential to prevent lung or other organ injuries by preventing phase-II and phase-III using pharmacological or non-pharmacological treatments. This case series study aims to evaluate the safety and efficacy of Quercetin, Bromelain, zinc, and vitamin C combination supplements in patients with COVID-19. In this study, twenty-two patients diagnosed (mean age 49.27, 68.18% male) with COVID-19 in Imam Abdulrahman Alfaisal Hospital in Riyadh have administrated Quercetin 800 mg, Bromelain 165 mg, zinc acetate 50 mg, and vitamin C 1 g once daily as supplements for 3 to 5 days. The mean levels of WBC, ANC, ALC, AMC, and AST, D dimer were measured to investigate the safety of the used treatment. we planned to measure how long stay at the hospital, Chemistry profiles like D dimer, serum ferritin, CRP, serum zinc, and interleukin 6 as planned in the protocol and measured not done for all parameters like zinc, and interleukin 6 were not done as unavailable facilities at lab of hospital Their mean values were normal among all included patients before and after taking the supplements. Therefore, the oncedaily administration of these supplements was found to be safe for patients infected with SARS-CoV-2 and may prevent the poor prognosis of the disease. Randomized clinical trials are needed in the future to ensure the efficacy of Quercetin, Bromelain, zinc, and vitamin C combination. The study was registered at clinicaltrials.gov
Ethical Approval Institutional review board (IRB) was obtained from the Saudi Ministry of Health on June 7, 2020, with the central IRB log number: 20-95M. Authors' Contributions (Amr Ahmed wrote the protocol of the study, and follow-up of cases at the hospital for patients which was included in the study to finish the study and follow-up of treatment, Heba Abdelseed taking consent from patients, Dr. Abdullah Alkattan, lab results, and statistics, Eman Aslsalameen, lab results collection). Yousef Albalawi follows up on cases during the study and files cases, and Hassan Shoura revises the protocol)
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