Photo: pixabay.com Antibiotics in the treatment of coronavirus often do more harm than good. Sergei Yakovlev, professor of the Department of Hospital Therapy at Sechenov University, is sure of this. The doctor said that uncontrolled antibiotics can lead to serious damage to the liver and heart. Many people with COVID-19 start taking antibiotics for prevention. Thus, the development of microbial resistance to them occurs. As a result, it may end in “fatal heart rhythm disturbances,” the specialist said. “The risk of ineffectiveness of antibiotic therapy, and, therefore, of death, will be much higher,” warned Yakovlev. Earlier, doctors also warned that antibiotics are not prescribed during the initial stages of covid development. Since it is a virus, not a bacterium. Thus, in patients with infection, viral pneumonia develops, to which a bacterial infection can subsequently join. This will be evidenced by a number of symptoms, in particular, purulent sputum. Then taking antibiotics is justified, reports aif.ru. “This happens seven to ten days after the onset of the disease. Only a doctor can decide whether antibiotics are needed or not. If he prescribed, you have to take it,”said Professor Sergei Yakovlev.
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