Put Inhaled and Oral COVID-19 Treatments in Perspective

You'll be asked whether OUTpatients with COVID-19 should be treated with inhaled corticosteroids, colchicine, or fluvoxamine.

Inhaled steroids and oral colchicine are getting attention for their anti-inflammatory effects...and fluvoxamine may regulate cytokines.

But emphasize that it's too soon to recommend any of these meds or other oral "cocktails" to treat COVID-19. Overall data are limited...and some studies aren't peer-reviewed or published yet.

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