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COVID-19 Outbreak and Emerging Management through Pharmaceutical Therapeutic Strategy


Md. Habibur Rahman, Rokeya Akter, Tapan Behl, Md. Arifur Rahman Chowdhury, Manirujjaman Manirujjaman, Israt Jahan Bulbul, Shimaa E. Elshenawy and Mohammad Amjad Kamal*   Pages 1 - 17 ( 17 )


The latest SARS COV2 coronavirus contributes to a pandemic of millions of COVID-19. As there is no defensive immunity in humans and a virus can overcome inborn immune reaction, it can propagate unhindered, mostly in tissues contaminated. No unique therapies for COVID-19 contaminated patients are available at this time. The insights learned from previous respiratory viral infection control have given guidance into COVID- 19 therapy. Several complementary treatments have been tentatively introduced in hospital environments such as immune-modulators, antiviral, convalescent plasma transfusions and natural products. In COVID-19 patients, some of these therapies have provided substantial curative benefits. Moreover, numerous studies and clinical trials are being carried out in order to determine the efficacy of current pharmaceutical and natural products to establish possible therapeutic strategies for producing novel COVID-19 medicines. We summarized and defined the modes of mechanism, protection and efficacy on the existing therapeutic strategies for diseases linked to COVID-19 infection.


COVID-19, Immuno-enhancer, Vaccine, Vitamins, Antiviral, Natural products


Department of Pharmacy, Southeast University, Banani, Dhaka-1213, Department of Pharmacy, Jagannath University, Sadarghat, Dhaka-1100, Chitkara College of Pharmacy, Chitkara University, Punjab, Department of Bioactive Materials Science, Jeonbuk National University, Queensland University of Technology, Brisbane, Kelvin Grove, Department of Pharmacy, Southeast University, Banani, Dhaka-1213, Center of stem cell and regenerative medicine, Zewail City for Science, King Fahd Medical Research Center, King Abdulaziz University, P. O. Box 80216, Jeddah 21589

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