Evaluation of Prescription pattern used in the Treatment of COVID 19 Patient’s

Authors

  • Shubham S Patil
  • Shubham N Pratap
  • Vishal T Veer
  • Mrityunjaya B Ullagaddi
  • Vishnu A Kangralkar
  • Archana M Patil

Keywords:

Coronavirus disease, Prescription, Antiulcer, Antipyretics and Multivitamin.

Abstract

To study the prescription pattern and efficacy of different categories of drugs used in the treatment of COVID-19 patients. Hundred prescriptions of COVID-19 patients were collected from the different hospitals of Belgaum. The most common prescribed drug in COVID-19 patients was found to be Pantoprazole (93%), Amoxicillin (89%), Cefotaxime (88%), Paracetamol (85%), Dexamethasone (44%), Favipiravir (77%), Vitamin-C (71%), Azithromycin (70%), Omeprazole (64%), Multivitamin (60%), Aspirin (59%), Zinc (56%), Doxycycline (45%), Deriphyllin (45%), Ivermectin (39%), and Clopidogrel (30%). In present study, the role of prescription was observed to treat COVID-19 patients, in which several drugs were used in the treatment of COVID-19 patients.

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Published

2022-03-13

How to Cite

Shubham S Patil, Shubham N Pratap, Vishal T Veer, Mrityunjaya B Ullagaddi, Vishnu A Kangralkar, & Archana M Patil. (2022). Evaluation of Prescription pattern used in the Treatment of COVID 19 Patient’s. International Journal of Progressive Research in Science and Engineering, 3(03), 7–11. Retrieved from https://journals.grdpublications.com/index.php/ijprse/article/view/508

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