DR. DREW'S COVID-19 PROTOCOL

UPDATED: JANUARY 25, 2021

This list describes Dr. Drew’s personal treatment plan for COVID-19. It is for educational purposes only. All cases are unique and you should always consult with your doctor before making health decisions or taking new medications. Treatment is very different for the hypoxia inpatient. The primary goal is to remain out of the hospital.

When in doubt, trust the directions of the CDC. Learn more at CDC.gov

Name
Dose
Frequency
Notes
Citations
Fluvoxamine
50mg
2x daily
1 | 2
Doxycycline
100mg
2x daily
OR Azithromycin 500mg for 5 days
Aspirin (Coated)
81-325mg
daily
per your physician recommendation
Pepcid
40mg
daily
Melatonin
5-10mg
nightly
Zinc
25-50mg
daily
Vitamin C
1000-2000mg
daily
OR L-Ascorbic Acid
Vitamin D
5000 units
daily
per your physician recommendation
Ivermectin
6mg
2x daily on Day 1 and Day 3, or Days 1-5 per your physician recommendation.
1 | 2
Hydroxychloroquine
200mg
2x daily
for 5 days
1
If Ivermectin or Hydroxychloroquine are not available, use Quercetin 500mg daily for a minimum of 7 days. Consider Epigallocatechin-gallate (EGCG) 400 mg daily for 7 days.
Water
> 64oz
daily
For outpatient management of moderate COVID in risk populations
Decadron
6mg
daily
maintained & tapered per physician direction. Usually 7-10 days.
Bamlanivimab
1 infusion of monoclonal antibodies within 10 days of positive COVID test / moderate disease / risk populations. Can’t find access to monoclonal antibodies? Search HHS Locations
1 | 2
A home pulse oximeter is recommended. If saturation O2 goes below 90%, or if heart rate goes above 150 bpm, go to the hospital immediately.
For severe COVID-19, consider the research below.
Tocilizumab
Aviptadil (RLF 100)
1 | 2
Leronlimab
1 | 2
Colchicine

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DR. DREW’S COVID-19 PROTOCOL

This list describes Dr. Drew’s personal treatment plan for COVID-19. It is for educational purposes only. All cases are unique and you should always consult with your doctor before making health decisions or taking new medications. Treatment is very different for the hypoxia inpatient. The primary goal is to remain out of the hospital.

Fluvoxamine: 50mg 2x daily.

Doxycycline: 100mg 2x daily for 7 days OR Azithromycin 500mg daily for 5 days.

Aspirin (Coated): 81mg – 325mg daily per your physician recommendation.

Pepcid: 40mg daily.

Melatonin: 5-10mg nightly.

Zinc: 25-50mg daily.

Vitamin C OR L-ascorbic Acid: 1000-2000mg daily.

Vitamin D: 5000 units daily per your physician recommendation.

Ivermectin: 6mg twice per day on Day 1 and Day 3, or Days 1-5 per your physician recommendation.

Hydroxychloroquine: 200mg twice per day for 5 days.

(If Ivermectin or Hydroxychloroquine are not available, use Quercetin 500mg daily for a minimum of 7 days. Consider Epigallocatechin-gallate (EGCG) 400 mg daily for 7 days)

Water: Drink more than 64 oz daily.

– For outpatient management of moderate COVID in risk populations –

Decadron: 6mg daily, maintained and tapered per physician direction. Usually 7-10 days.

Bamlanivimab monoclonal antibodies: 1 infusion within 10 days of positive COVID test / moderate disease / risk populations.

A home pulse oximeter is recommended. If saturation O2 goes below 90%, or if heart rate goes above 150 bpm, go to the hospital immediately.

– For SEVERE COVID-19, consider the research on the following medications  –

Tocilizumab

Aviptadil (RLF 100)

Leronlimab

Colchicine

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