“A central medicine to all of our protocols, prevention, early treatment, hospital and late phase…is ivermectin for so many reasons.”
December 12, 2021 — Dr. Pierre Kory, is part of Frontline COVID-19 Critical Care Alliance (FLCCC), and has been dedicated to saving lives since the beginning of the COVID-19 pandemic. Dr. Joseph Mercola’s interview of him first appeared on his website, articles.mercola.com. For more information on the FLCCC, visit their website, FLCCC.net.
Kory is an ICU specialist, he is triple board certified in internal medicine, critical care and pulmonary medicine. He was working for the University of Wisconsin in mid March 2020 when the first COVID patients started coming in. He saw lung injury and blood clotting in these early patients. He knew there were a number of things he could use to treat them, but because of his hospital’s policy he was prevented from trying anything. Doctors were required to provide supportive care only. They were only allowed to administer oxygen, fluids and Tylenol. Kory held clinical meetings with other hospitals, but his superiors would always show up and silence him. They would not allow any treatment protocols that had not first been proven with randomized controlled trials, even as patients were dying. Because of this, Kory resigned his position in Wisconsin and headed back to work in his home state of New York. He also traveled the country treating patients in COVID hot-spots.
Here is what he’s learned from his experience treating patients all over the country:
1. Take your vitamin D. He says, “If you haven’t done so already, check your vitamin D blood level and if it’s below 40 ng/mL, start taking an oral supplement. Don’t wait until you’re sick.” Since oral vitamin D can take weeks to metabolize its not really affective once you’re already sick. The FLCCC recommends using calcitriol for hospital treatment since it’s the active form of vitamin D and starts to work immediately.
2. Ivermectin can be taken once or twice a week as a preventative measure. He says, “A central medicine to all of our protocols, prevention, early treatment, hospital and late phase…is ivermectin for so many reasons.” One of those reasons, he says, is its anti-viral components.
3. Taking oral vitamin C can be helpful to an extent through its affect on the micro-biome. It has been found to increase the population of Bifidobacterium which is most protective against a number of diseases including COVID. Kory found that intravenous vitamin C can be almost perfectly protective if administered within 6 hours of admission to the emergency room.
4. Corticosteroids taken at the right time, for anyone beyond mild illness can be lifesaving. Kory noted that “essentially, as soon as you start to see lung dysfunction or the need for oxygen, so moderate to severe illness, steroids were lifesaving. Early on, if you give it as an outpatient during the early viral replicated phase, there was actually a signal to harm.” He stated that anti-virals like ivermectin could prevent negative affects of taking steroids too early.
5. For someone older or with more advanced disease, Kory uses spironolactone, which is a diuretic, but he states that “at doses above 100 milligrams a day, it has potent anti-androgen properties, as well as dutasteride… which also suppresses testosterone” he added that the androgens (including testosterone) drive viral replication, and contribute to inflammation. This applies to men and women, but obviously has a bigger impact in men.
6. Anticoagulants aren’t needed as much as they were at the beginning of this pandemic. Kory noted, that in the beginning, “we could see that [the patients] were clotting to the degree that I had never really seen before. That first phase of COVID the clotting was through the roof. I will tell you, my opinion is the disease has changed. I don’t see the degree of clotting, like I did in that first phase. There is something that happens in the disease.” For current patients, Kory relies on a coagulation test called a D dimer to determine if his patients need an anticoagulant. In which case he typically uses Lovenox and Aspirin.
Kory says concerning the FLCCC, “our protocol, number one, is always an evolution… we reserve the right to reprioritize, change the dose, substitute a new medicine… we want to follow the data and the experience and the knowledge of this disease. That’s number one. Number two, all of our protocols are combination therapy protocols.” Kory pointed out that there are a number of other protocols such as from the the AAPS (Association of American Physicians and Surgeons) and from Tess Lawrie’s World Council for Health, who also offer a number of options. Kory stated, “We do not pretend that this is the only way you know, skinning the cat. But we do put a lot of thought into it. And you’ll also notice, another thing is that most of our medicines are repurposed, right? so they’re not novel. They’re very well known over decades, safety profiles are well known, they tend to be generally low-cost and their mechanisms are well-known.”
You can find the FLCCC website at FLCCC.net for more information about their treatment protocol or to find a database of doctors willing to treat you.
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