Dr. Roger Seheult: COVID-19 Question & Answer - Live - June 14, 2020

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Dr. Roger Seheult will respond to COVID-19 questions from the week in addition to new questions that are received during the live-stream.


Speakers:
Roger Seheult, MD
Board Certified in Internal Medicine, Pulmonary, Critical Care, and Sleep Medicine
Associate Clinical Professor at the University of California, Riverside School of Medicine

Kyle Allred, PA

00:00 Introduction
00:50 Update from the hospital ICU
02:07 is there plenty of PPE (Personal Protective Equipment)?
04:15 You showed us last week Fructose can increase your risk, so should people be cutting back on fruit?
08:55 What is the role of systemic steroids and/budesonide nebulizer in COVID patients especially early in the disease?
12:20 For a 65-year-old, is age in and of itself enough to increase my risk?
13:20 If i have to seek covid19 treatment: can i "shop around" to different doctors or hospitals, asking them about their ideas for treatment? Or is the typical hospital doctor going to be totally restricted to "hospital policy" set by the administrators and/or the insurance companies?
19:40 is the SARS-COV2 virus getting weaker now?
21:40 have treatments become more targeted/efficient/efficacious?
23:59 Much information has emerged about those who were never hospitalized but remain sick for two, three months. Do you have thoughts about this demographic? Is this an active infection?
25:58 My husband has just tested positive, but i am negative. How could this happen? What should we both do?
27:39 NAC (N-acetylcysteine): side effects? pros and cons?
31:06 thoughts on the dosing of NAC?
31:41 what are your thoughts about the vaccine attempts, especially with the inability to find a vaccine in the first sars outbreak?
35:00 have you seen any correlation between blood type and disease strength?
36:53 is there enough convalescent plasma at your hospital?
39:22 what treatment are you enthusiastic about at your hospital?
[proning]
44:45 at the hospital, is there any equipment to help in proning position?
46:12 a role for proning at home?
47:56 what are the dangers for people who need to be on steroids like prednisone or dexamethasone. What are the pros and cons of chronic steroids?
52:25 why aren't we treating earlier?
56:09 thoughts on treatment with tocilizumab (IL6 inhibitor)?
57:20 is there any indication as to how long anti-bodies will last? If it turns out they only last for 6 months, what does it mean going forward?
59:45 any parting words before we sign off?

Quick links to some recent COVID 19 updates:

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If I got sick I would want him as my dr, .

Author — Jim Jones

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00:00 Introduction
00:50 Update from the hospital ICU
02:07 is there plenty of PPE (Personal Protective Equipment)?
04:15 You showed us last week Fructose can increase your risk, so should people be cutting back on fruit?
08:55 What is the role of systemic steroids and/budesonide nebulizer in COVID patients especially early in the disease?
12:20 For a 65 year old, is age in and of itself enough to increase my risk?
13:20 If i have seek covid19 treatment: can i "shop around" to different doctors or hospitals, asking them about their ideas for treatment? Or is the typical hospital doctor going to be totally restricted to "hospital policy" set by the administrators and/or the insurance companies?
19:40 is the SARS-COV2 virus getting weaker now?
21:40 have treatments become more
23:59 Much information has emerged about those who were never hospitalized but remain sick for two, three months. Do you have thoughts about this demographic? Is this active infection?
25:58 My husband has just tested positive, but i am negative. How could this happen? What should we both do?
27:39 NAC (N-acetylcysteine): side effects? pros and cons?
31:06 thoughts on dosing of NAC?
31:41 what are your thoughts about the vaccine attemtps, especially with the inability to find a vaccine in the first sars out break?
35:00 have you seen any correlation between blood type and disease strength?
36:53 is there enough convalescent plasma at your hospital?
39:22 what treatment are you enthousiastic about at your hospital?
[proning]
44:45 at the hospital, is there any equipment to help in proning position?
46:12 a role for proning at home?
47:56 what are the dangers for people who need to be on steroids like prednison or dexamethasone. What are the pros and cons of chronic steroids?
52:25 why aren't we treating earlier?
56:09 thoughts on: treatment with tocilizumab (IL6 inhibitor)?
57:20 is there any indication as to how long anti-bodies will last? If it turns out they only last for 6 months, what does it mean going forward?
59:45 any parting words before we sign off?

Author — gjvde

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This is odd but these Sunday question sessions are better than a baseball or football game ! Especially with all the turmoil that is happening in the outside world your programs are so relaxing ! Thank you TEAM MEDCRAM !!!

Author — earnest thompson

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Well, I'll need a moment to let THAT zinc in

Author — eigensinn83

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Dr Sehuelt is an amazing teacher. If I had encountered him decades ago, I may have considered or at least looked further into the study of medicine. Thank you MedCram!

Author — kimisilv

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My wife and I are in our 50s and we take of our parents who are in their 80s in the NY area. We are so, so happy and thankful that we have found your channel. Can’t really even put it into words how much we appreciate this info. Thank you gentlemen for all you are doing. Stay safe, be well.

Author — Truth of 73

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A real pleasure to listen to and incredibly informative. Thank you as always Kyle and Dr Seheult. I definitely recommend the MedCram website for anyone who wants a deeper dive into many other health and medical subjects as well as COVID19.

Author — GOLEMUK

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No mention of HCQ and zink ??? What happened ????

Author — H L

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I was sick, tested negative in March (mid-end March). Today, all of sudden I developed violent shaking/chills, deep almost burning like body aches and temp that went from 100 to 102.7 within 2 hrs. (normally run 97.5-98 range). The chills are finally gone, still have high temp and have headache and my eyes are burning/aching very strange. I'm a nurse but can't be objective bc I feel so poorly. Would love to know if this could be linked and if I need to go to ER or just wait it out. Thanks

Author — SerendipiDee

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Dr Medcram is now a donning and doffing expert! Is there a certificate for that :)

Author — OJEITOAMERICANO

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Thank you for doing your job and on 'the side' reading through all this literature and explaining it all here! Many thanks from Switzerland!

Author — Doe John

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Thank you for the super informative video. It is great listening to you and your advice. Heck, it's like having a doctor for a friend. Thank you for taking the time to educate all of us. It is so much appreciated.

Author — Mollie Jonte

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I was still sick, & still sweating after 2 months(especially out of my palms), with viral conjunctivitis & still got leg rashes & mottling. I'd tested negative twice. The tests are bunk. Lungs still destroyed now, though pneumonia was gone at 3wks of infection.

Author — Maria Torres

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This virus attacked my Very painful and melting on fire with spasms. Remdesiver is no good, if it strains your kidneys & liver.

Author — Maria Torres

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Remdesivir is useless just an FDA cash cow.

Author — Bela Kovacs

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When I was 9 years old (65 years ago), I was diagnosed with asthmatic bronchitis. I would awaken at night with severe coughing. I figured out on my own that turning face down with my pillow under my belly, would almost completely end the coughing attacks. I have been more recently diagnosed with bronchiectasis which I control with nebulizers. It is interesting to see that the same proning procedure is working with covid patients. Is this a common treatment with lung diseases?

Author — Grandpa 82547

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How does Covid effect hiv patients who are on ART, and will ART medications be contraindicated to Covid meds or vaccines? Thanks.

Author — Blue

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Why has the establishment [AMA, FDA, CDC, Big Pharma Mafia] turned against HCQ when scientific rationale supports its use as a preventive in a low doze of 200mg once a week with 25mg Zinc b.i.d?

Author — Mariam Khan

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Other than NAC, Vitamin C, D3, Zinc, Selenium, Copper and Manganese, would taking other anti-oxidants such as Co-Q10, Ubiquinol, Alpha Lipoic Acid and L-Carnitine help is attenuating the oxidative stress resulting from Covid-19?

Author — Larry Go