Singapore approves use of Redsevefortreatment for PATIENTs with COVID-19
Last Update: 2020-06-17
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, June 10, 2020 /PRNewswire/ -- Singapore has approved the use of the antiviral drug Ridshriver to treat new coronavirus infections, becoming the latest country to approve the use of Redseve, authorities said on June 10the U.Sauthorized emergency hospital use of Redsevein in early May, followed by Japan and South Korea, and Europe is considering following suitSingapore's health products regulator said the drug had been conditionally approved in Singapore to treat adult patients infected with the virus, such as those in need of enhanced respiratory supportimage source: "Given the urgent public health needs during the COVID-19 pandemic, it has accelerated the review of Redsweride," said the regulator, the Health Sciences Authorityas part of its approval, the FDA requires Gilead Sciences, inc., which developed the drug, to collect safety data and monitor its useSingapore initially controlled the virus through a rigorous detection and contact tracking system, only to prevent a future outbreak of severe outbreaks in low-paid foreign workers' dormitoriesthe city-state is currently the most infected country in Southeast Asia, with nearly 39,000 cases of infection, mostly foreign workersThe death toll is 25(BioValleyBioon.com)References:Singapore approves anti-drug drug for COVID-19 patients
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