Ivermectin: Did you also take these pills to treat corona? Question marks about usefulness; New argument started | Coronavirus-latest-news
The biggest research on the use of ivermectin seems to be wrong. Hence the controversy over the use of this antiviral drug for the treatment of corona patients.
New Delhi, July 17 : On Corona (Coronavirus treatment) Ivermectin used for treatment (Ivermectin) The usefulness of this drug is now in question. Some researchers have objected to the research being done on this drug. This has led to controversy among researchers. Early Latin America (Latin America) And the demand for this drug from India (India) increased greatly. This is because in the beginning this drug was used the most and it is still used today. However, the drug was banned by the World Health Organization (WHO) in March after clinical trials. Against this background, the researchers’ objections, the ongoing debate between them.
Ivermectin is one of the drugs that is beneficial for the treatment of coronary heart disease. Dr. Ahmed Elgazar of Benha University in Egypt conducted research on the drug ivermectin and published a report on the Research Square website last November. The drug is useful for killing parasitic insects or lice, but it is also effective against corona, he said after research. In the report, they said that patients with coronary heart disease who took ivermectin in the early stages of infection benefited more. He did not need to be hospitalized and those who were hospitalized were saved from death after being given the drug. This drug is still effective against corona. However, the controversy erupted after the Scientific Review website removed the researcher’s research report from its website. The researcher, who supports ivermectin, has been accused of violating ethical rules. The drug is also accused of being supported by right-wing ideologues, the report said.
Dr. Ahmed Elgazar is the editor-in-chief of Benha Medical Journal and a member of the editorial board. Algazar supported ivermectin to impress people. Some scientists have accused him of using unethical methods in his study.
Dr. Ahmed’s research was removed from the Research Square site on July 15. Therefore, there is confusion around the world as to whether ivermectin is really useful for coronary heart disease patients. However, the Square site did not provide an explanation as to why this research was removed from the site.
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The medical student felt confused
Dr. Jack Lawrence, a medical student in London. There was something wrong with Ahmed Elgazar’s research. As an assignment by a professor when Dr. When asked to read Ahmed’s research report, Jack Lawrence became suspicious. The introductory paragraph in the research report was copied from somewhere, meaning Jack realized that plagiarism had taken place. Some key words had changed. Jack suspected that the paragraph in his report, which appeared to be stolen, had been taken from a press release and pasted directly into the report. It is mistakenly referred to as Extreme Intense Respiratory Syndrome instead of Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome. This mention is humorous and misleading. After seeing all this, Jack Lawrence asked Dr. After reading Ahmed’s research report thoroughly and carefully, he realized that there was something wrong with it.
Issues found by Jack Lawrence
– Dr. Ahmed Elgazar said the study included people between the ages of 18 and 80, but found references to three people under the age of 18.
– Dr. Ahmed Elgazar claims in the research that he did this research between 8 June and 20 September 2020. But, according to the raw data, the majority of patients admitted to the hospital and all such cases were pre-June 8. This data was formatted incorrectly.
– The most special thing is that the date of discharge of a patient from the hospital was written as 31st June 2020 which is never in the calendar.
– Dr. Ahmed said in the research that 4 out of 100 patients died due to standard treatment. These patients had mild to moderate infections. But, according to Jack Lawrence, the original data is zero. This original data is shown with the use of ivermectin. Two of the critically ill patients who were treated with ivermectin died. But the raw data shows the number 4.
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Dr. Jack Lawrence and The Guardian reported on these questions. Sent an e-mail to Ahmed Elgazar. However, no reply was received from them as well as from the press office of the university. Jack Lawrence then contacted Australian chronic disease epidemiologist Gideon Mirovitz Katz and Nick Brown, a data analyst at Linnaeus University in Sweden. Requested an investigation into Ahmed’s research data. Both of these experts, Dr. The list goes on and on. Dr. It is clear that Ahmed repeated the patient’s data, the duo said. Data Clone of 79 patients has been done. Dr. Ahmed has deliberately made mistakes in this research. Nick Brown said he misrepresented the data to make it look more accurate.
Earlier, Sydney-based doctor Kyle Sheldrick had raised questions about ivermectin research. In this Dr. Ahmed’s research was also involved. Sheldrick claims to have made a number of mathematical errors in his research. But, at that time, no one considered this statement.