Mohammed To The Rescue Again: Melatonin
New paper (h/t Covid19 Crusher) out of Iraq. The irony of Western Civ being saved – again! – by yet another Dr Mohammed – is almost overwhelming at this point. If not for the third world, we in the West would literally be languishing in the world of No Treatments For You – consigned there by our Overlords installed by Pharma at the sociopathic NIH.
Seriously. Thank you, Dr. Mohammed Qasim Yahya Mal Allah AlAtrakji.
Summary for busy executives: melatonin (10 mg/day) appears to reduce death-in-hospital risk by about 86%.
The Effect of Melatonin on Thrombosis, Sepsis and Mortality Rate in COVID-19 Patients
RCT: 10 mg MLT/day (n=158)
sepsis by day 11: MLT group: 2 (2.4%) vs control 8 (10.5%) (p=0.05)
sepsis by day 17: MLT group: 7 (8.5%) vs control 27 (35.5%) (p=0.000)
mortality: MLT group: 1 (1.2%) vs control 14 (8.9%) (p=0.001)
He has provided a mountain of evidence!
If Mohammed will not go to the mountain of evidence, the mountain of evidence will go to Mohammed!
Well… that reminds me on Dr Dimitri Kats’s Niatonin (Niacin+Melatonin) protocol which is already out for a few month.
The 10 mg dosing efficacy is nice to know. From below… 87% better, or 0.13 Hazard ratio.
Melatonin is significantly associated with survival of intubated COVID-19 patients
Results Among the 189,987 patients, we identified 948 intubation periods across 791 patients who were diagnosed with COVID-19 or infected with SARS-CoV2 and 3,497 intubation periods across 2,981 patients who were not. Melatonin exposure after intubation was statistically associated with a positive outcome in COVID-19 (demographics and comorbidities adjusted HR: 0.131, 95% CI: 7.76E-02 – 0.223, p-value = 8.19E-14) and non-COVID-19 (demographics and comorbidities adjusted HR: 0.278, 95% CI: 0.142 – 0.542, p-value = 1.72E-04) intubated patients. Additionally, melatonin exposure after intubation was statically associated with a positive outcome in COVID-19 patients (demographics and comorbidities adjusted HR: 0.127, 95% CI: 6.01E-02 – 0.269, p-value = 7.15E-08).