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How is sars treated?
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Dr. William Walsh
Addiction Medicine
3 doctors agree
In brief: Supportive measures
There is no treatment for the viral infection itself, we simply support failing organs and provide adequate fluid and nutrition until the illness has run its course.
These can include specialized ivs, ventilators, hemodialysis, feeding tubes, etc.

In brief: Supportive measures
There is no treatment for the viral infection itself, we simply support failing organs and provide adequate fluid and nutrition until the illness has run its course.
These can include specialized ivs, ventilators, hemodialysis, feeding tubes, etc.
Dr. William Walsh
Dr. William Walsh
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In brief: Symptomatically
There is no documented cases anymore in the world from 2004, according to cdc website.
The treatment is alleviating the symptoms, nothing specific.

In brief: Symptomatically
There is no documented cases anymore in the world from 2004, according to cdc website.
The treatment is alleviating the symptoms, nothing specific.
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