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SELF-DIRECTED HEALTHCARE INFORMATION

The Canadian Covid Care Alliance (CCCA) is a movement of independent Canadian doctors and scientists providing top quality, balanced, evidence-based information to educate the Canadian public about COVID-19 so that hospitalizations can be reduced as quickly as possible. Our first priority of the CCCA is to promote the prevention and early treatment of COVID-19. Because our work and effort is focused on developing balanced, evidence-based information, we are unable to provide specific advice on individual matters.

Below is general information that may be helpful to your self-directed care.
NOTE:
Any treatment protocol you undertake should be discussed with your physician or another licensed medical professional. In no way should anyone infer that we, even though we include physicians, are practicing medicine; it is for educational purposes only. Seek the advice of a medical professional for proper application of ANY material in this email to your specific situation. NEVER stop or change your medications without consulting your physician. If you are having an emergency contact your emergency services (911).

The information contained or presented herein is for educational purposes only. Information herein is NOT intended to serve as a substitute for diagnosis, treatment, or advice from a licensed medical professional. The facts presented are offered as information only in order to empower you to make further informed decisions.

Any links are being provided as a convenience and for informational purposes only; they do not constitute an endorsement or an approval by CCCA of any products, services or opinions of the corporation, organization or individual. The CCCA bears no responsibility for the accuracy, legality or content of the external site or for that of subsequent links. Contact the external site directly for answers to any question regarding its content.

1. HAVE A MEDICAL EMERGENCY? CALL 911 NOW.

If you are experiencing any of the following:

  • oxygen saturation less than 90%
  • shortness of breath
  • difficulty breathing
  • moderate to severe dehydration

Go to the hospital if your oxygen level is low, if you have difficulty breathing, or need any other urgent medical attention.

2. SICK BUT NOT AN EMERGENCY?

If you have COVID-19 symptoms and/or a positive test result, but do not need emergency care, press your family healthcare provider for support since they know your health history best.  Share with them the early out-patient treatment guidelines referenced below and ask them for the prescriptions that fit your situation.

Educate yourself, (and your doctor, where necessary) by carefully reading and sharing the information in these excellent references:

Aside from the references to prescription medications such as ivermectin and fluvoxamine, there are many helpful products that you should be able to get at a pharmacy or natural food store: vitamin D, vitamin C, zinc, quercetin, melatonin, and aspirin (unless contraindicated). 

Also make note of the simple use of antiviral oral/nasal products such as (i) a throat gargle (containing either povidone-iodine e.g., Betadine Sore Throat Gargle, or cetylpyridinium chloride e.g., Colgate Total), and (ii) nasal rinse (eg NeilMed Nasal Rinse). Details for types of gargle and nasal rinse product, how much, how often, and when to take all of these at-home ingredients, are available in the “iMASK+” protocol referenced above.

The best outcomes are experienced when you begin treatment immediately upon onset of first symptoms or confirmation of positive test (whichever happens first). Every hour counts, especially with highly transmissible variants., so start at-home treatment asap.

3. LOOKING FOR GENERAL ADVICE TO BOOST YOUR IMMUNE SYSTEM AND BE READY “JUST-IN-CASE” YOU GET SICK?

Whether or not you are vaccinated, there are several COVID-19 prevention and early-treatment options. Don’t wait until you test positive or get sick. Educate yourself and we encourage that you follow a plan that boosts your immune system.  Assemble a collection of at-home remedies to be used at the first hint of symptoms. Here are some websites with treatment suggestions that may prove helpful to you:

https://covid19criticalcare.com/covid-19-protocols/i-mask-plus-protocol/

https://worldcouncilforhealth.org/resources/early-covid-19-treatment-guidelines-a-practical-approach-to-home-based-care-for-healthy-families/

www.c19protocols.com

https://www.ifm.org/news-insights/the-functional-medicine-approach-to-covid-19-virus-specific-nutraceutical-and-botanical-agents/.

https://www.canadiancovidcarealliance.org/treatment-protocols/

4. NEED TO CONSULT WITH A HEALTHCARE PROFESSIONAL?

See this [Medical Service Care Providers]

5. NEED MORE INFORMATION ON A SPECIFIC DRUG?

See this [link – Pharmaceutical Supply – Canadian Covid Care Alliance ]

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