Staci Kay, AGACNP-BC, RN, MSN Sophelina Healthcare

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Acute Covid-19 Treatment Protocol

January 11, 2022

(Based on guidelines from FLCCC)

All patients:

  • Nasopharyngeal rinses, mouthwash gargles, nebulized peroxide/iodine, colloidal silver
  • Vitamin D3 10,000IU daily
  • Zinc 100mg/day x 7 days, then just MVI daily
  • Liposomal Vitamin C 2000mg daily to start, but encourage patients to push the dose higher until bowel tolerance is reached (ie. slightly loose stools).  Avoid use in renal patients/dialysis patients
  • Melatonin 3mg – 10mg nightly
  • Quercetin 500mg daily, stagger administration opposite of Ivermectin
  • ASA 325mg daily unless CI.  Continue 1-2 months post-recovery.
    • Alternative: Nattokinase 100mg daily
  • Cleanup therapy with antioxidants (start anytime, continue indefinitely)
    • N-acetylcysteine 600mg BID-TID
    • Glutathione 250mg BID-TID
    • NAD + 100mg daily

Early Treatment 1-5 days

  1.  Ivermectin (0.4-0.6mg/kg) x 7 days (unless CI d/t drug interactions) 
    • Alternatives: HCQ 200mg BID x 10 days or Nitazoxanide 500mg BID x 5 days
  2. Antibiosis (Doxycycline 100mg BID x 10 days) or Zpack
  3. Steroids (pts < 200lbs, standard Medrol dose pack) (pts >200lbs, Prednisone 0.5mg/kg x 5 days)
  4. Inhaled Albuterol and Budesonide (nebulized versions preferred but inhalers can work too).  Some insurance companies will not cover Budesonide but will cover Flovent 220mcg 1-2 puffs BID
  5. Fluids, fluids, fluids (unless CI)

Late-presenting Treatment (5+ days) or worrisome clinical course 2/2 breathing and fatigue

  1.  Ivermectin (dosed higher @ 0.6mg/kg) + Abx, as above
  2. Steroids (pts < 200lbs, Prednisone 0.5mg/kg x 5 days, then 0.25mg/kg x 5 days, then 0.125mg/kg x 5 days) (pts > 200lbs, Prednisone 1mg/kg x 5 days, then 0.5mg/kg x 5 days, then 0.25mg/kg x 5 days)
  3.  Inhaled Albuterol Q4h consistently for at least 24h then decrease frequency and Budesonide 1mg/ml TID x 1 box
  4. High-dose Vitamin C (IV preferred, 20-30Gm) but may use liposomal if IV unavailable
  5. Consider Calcitriol (active Vitamin D) 0.5mcg on day 1, then 0.25mcg on days 2-7
  6. Reassess frequently as these patients are at risk of cytokine-storming and need aggressive interventions to avoid hospitalization and deterioration

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