The World Health Organization (WHO) has approved two new treatments, including vaccines and some devices to prevent the spread and deaths of corona virus.
According to a foreign news agency, the World Health Organization (WHO) on Friday approved two new treatments after cases of the new coronavirus variant Omi Krone surfaced worldwide.
According to the report, experts have recommended synthetic antibody treatment Sotrovimeb for patients admitted to the hospital with mild form of corona virus and for patients suffering from old age or diabetes including immunodeficiency.
Experts say that the benefits of Sotrovimeb for those at risk of hospitalization are extraordinary, but its effectiveness against Corona’s new variant Omi Kroon is still uncertain.
At the same time, experts suggest that baricetinib, a joint pain medication used with corticosteroids, is used to treat patients with severe corona.
According to experts, the use of this drug will reduce the need for ventilator, including improving the rate of saving lives.
Earlier, the World Health Organization (WHO) had approved three treatments to fight coronavirus, the first of which is corticosteroids, which treat inflammation-like symptoms in severely infected patients.
Other treatments include tosyllizumab and sariliomeb, while these drugs control the immune system’s over-the-counter and dangerous response to the virus.
The World Health Organization predicts that by March of this year, half of Europe’s population could be infected with the new coronavirus variant Omicron.