Journal of Diabetes and Treatment (ISSN: 2574-7568)

review article

Review of Formulations and Methods for Prevention and Treatment of COVID-19 and other Viral Infections

Leon Margolin*, Jeremy Luchins, Daniel Margolin, Michelle Margolin, Sanford Lefkowitz

Comprehensive Pain Management Institute, LLC (, Columbus, Ohio, USA

*Corresponding author: Leon Margolin, Comprehensive Pain Management Institute, LLC, Columbus, Ohio 43213, USA

Received Date: 25 May, 2020; Accepted Date: 11 June, 2020; Published Date: 16 June, 2020


While the number of COVID-19 cases keeps increasing with more and more data suggesting spread by asymptomatic carriers (especially as quarantine is lifted or eased in many locations), there is an urgent need for prophylactic formulations and methods that can be easily available to the public. The goal of the prophylactic formulations and methods is to reduce disease rate among the exposed population and severity of symptoms among the symptomatic cases and to facilitate development of community herd immunity, without overloading hospital systems and depleting medications, ICU beds and other resources.

This is an extensive case review analysis of use of over the counter formulations and methods for prevention and treatment of COVID-19. The analysis shows a strong statistical significance in favor of the use of the formulations and methods in a large patient sample even with the assumption that only 10% percent of the exposed patients get infected, which is an extremely conservative underestimate in light of the current virus spread pattern. The conservative infection rate and exposure model compensates for the lack of complete randomization of the sample.

Diabetic Medicine, Diabetic Nutrition, Diabetology

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