Trump Recommends Injection of Disinfectant to Treat New Coronavirus. Eliminates Virus in 1 Minute
Trump suggested injecting a disinfectant to treat the new crown. At a press conference on the 23rd local time, Trump made recommendations for the treatment of new coronary pneumonia,
"I saw that the disinfectant can defeat the virus in one minute, just one minute. Is there a way we can do it by injecting or cleaning the body Up to this point. I think it will be interesting to study it. "
At the White House epidemic briefing on Thursday, US President Trump suggested considering the possibility of injecting disinfectants into people infected with the new crown virus as a way to stop the virus. Trump made this remark after William Bryan, deputy secretary of science and technology affairs at the US Department of Homeland Security. Brian said his team’s research showed that the virus survived in a warm and humid environment for a shorter period of time, saying that “the virus will die soon in the sun”.
Trump recommends injection of disinfectant to treat the new crown, disinfectant eliminates virus in one minute
Trump then said: "I saw the disinfectant wipe out the virus in a minute, in just one minute. Is there a way we can do this by injecting it into the body or almost washing it."
"When you see when it enters the lungs, it has a great effect on the lungs, so it will be interesting to study. "
Trump repeatedly touted unproven treatments at the White House epidemic briefing. For example, he touted hydroxychloroquine as a potential "game changer" against the new coronavirus, but US health officials strongly warned against doing so.
Brian later told reporters that the federal laboratory did not consider such a treatment plan. He added that if people do not continue to maintain social distance, the heat and humidity alone cannot kill the virus.
He said that this was not the kind of work his laboratory was doing, and Trump interjected at the time and said, "This may be useful, maybe it is useless."
The US Department of Homeland Security’s Deputy Secretary of Science and Technology William Bryan said his team’s research showed that the virus survived in a warm and humid environment and said “the virus will die soon in the sun”. Trump then said: "I saw the disinfectant wipe out the virus in a minute, in just one minute. Is there a way we can do this by injecting it into the body or almost washing it." "When you see When it enters the lungs, it has a great effect on the lungs, so it will be interesting to study. "
Brian later told reporters that the federal laboratory did not consider such a treatment plan. He added that if people do not continue to maintain social distance, the heat and humidity alone cannot kill the virus. He said this was not the kind of work his laboratory was doing. Trump interjected at this time: "It may be useful, maybe it is useless."
Trump repeatedly recommended unproven treatments at the White House epidemic briefing. For example, he believes that hydroxychloroquine is a potential "game changer" against the new coronavirus, but US health officials strongly warn against doing so. The British Reuters quoted an analysis report of the US Veterans Health Administration on April 22 that hydroxychloroquine failed to bring any use to the treatment of patients with new coronary pneumonia in the US Veterans Hospital, but there is a higher risk of death.
Trump strongly recommends a new treatment for new pneumonia, saying that the virus will be eliminated in one minute
According to US media reports on April 24, US President Trump proposed a non-traditional new treatment for patients with new coronary pneumonia at the White House press conference on the 23rd, including the use of ultraviolet light and injection of disinfectants.
Trump made the remarks after Homeland Security Minister of Science and Technology Bill Bryan gave a speech on a study conducted by his team. The study showed that the virus will not survive for so long in a warmer and humid environment. According to Brian, the virus died the fastest in the sun. This makes Trump doubt whether he can bring sunlight into the human body.
Trump told Brian at the briefing: "So, suppose we use huge-whether it is ultraviolet light or very strong light, to shine on the human body, I think you must say that it has not been tested, but you want Test it. Suppose you bring light into your body. You can use the skin or other means. I think you said you want to test it. "
Trump saw disinfectant killing the new corona virus
Trump added: "I saw the disinfectant killing the new corona virus in a minute, it only takes a minute! Is there a way to achieve this effect by injection in the lungs or almost clean As you can see, letting disinfectant enter the lungs and have a huge impact on the lungs, I think this sounds very interesting. "But he did not specify the type of disinfectant.
Disinfectant as a treatment for COVID-19D
Trump's suggestion immediately caused a sensation in the medical community, and medical experts immediately warned that "disinfectant as a treatment for COVID-19" is an extremely dangerous proposal that can cause death and is irresponsible. Medical experts say that disinfectants such as bleach are toxic and dangerous when not handled properly.
Dr. Vin Gupta, a pulmonologist and global health policy expert, said this is the method commonly used when people want to commit suicide. This idea of injecting or ingesting any type of cleaning product into the body is irresponsible and dangerous. As a doctor, it was disappointing to hear that the White House was peddling improper health information. The president always promoted some unproven medical methods.
The Trump Administration’s Food and Drug Administration specifically warns against drinking chemicals in disinfectants, calling it a false science that has been touted as a cure for autism and AIDS for decades. The agency Indicates that eating such products can cause nausea, vomiting, diarrhea, and severe dehydration. Any amount of bleach or any kind of ordinary household cleaners, even small amounts, are not suitable for ingestion. A small amount is fatal. Dr. Deborah Bix, the White House New Crown Virus Response Coordinator, said she has not seen the use of light and heat as a treatment for new crown pneumonia.