MATH+ Early Intervention
Is Saving Lives
The world is desperate to find a treatment that will save the lives of COVID-19 patients who come into the emergency room or hospital with low oxygen levels or are struggling to breathe. Started in March, 2020, as a ‹Working Group› of eight leading physicians, including five clinicians with over 200 years of combined experience in Critical Care and Emergency Medicine, who designed the MATH+ Hospital Treatment Protocol for COVID-19, our team, to date, is having remarkable success using MATH+ to treat patients in hospitals that permit its use. We are in the process of gathering patient data to scientifically prove that point. We changed our name to FLCCC Alliance because many other physicians are joining us in using most, if not all, of the MATH+ treatment medicines in their hospitals, and we hope to add their names here soon.
The administration of intravenous corticosteroids and ascorbic acid, starting in the emergency room and continued around the clock while the patient is in the hospital, greatly reduces the mortality rate of this disease and the need for mechanical ventilation. Furthermore, the inflammation caused by COVID-19 appears to cause high rates of blood clotting in multiple organs, necessitating the use of blood thinners.
Our core team of clinician scholars have not only the highest level of bedside expertise, but also have published more than 1,500 articles in peer-reviewed journals in the areas of corticosteroid and intravenous ascorbic acid use in critical illness, sepsis, and acute respiratory distress syndrome (ARDS). We discuss why the MATH+ protocol works against COVID-19 in the video below.
The components of MATH+ are off-patent, inexpensive, and globally available. So if we know that MATH+ works, produces few side effects, and saves lives that would otherwise be lost, why isn’t it being used throughout the world? CLICK HERE TO FIND OUT.
Front Line Covid-19 Critical Care Alliance – Founders
G. Umberto Meduri, M.D.
- Professor of Medicine
- Division of Pulmonary, Critical Care & Sleep Medicine
- Univ. of Tennessee Health Science Center Memphis, Tennessee
- Memphis V.A. Medical Center
Paul E. Marik, M.D., FCCM, FCCP
- Endowed Professor of Medicine
- Chief, Div. of Pulmonary & Critical Care Medicine
- Eastern Virginia Medical School Norfolk, Virginia
Joseph Varon, M.D., FCCP, FCCM
- Professor of Acute & Continuing Care
- The University of Texas Health Science Center
- Chief of Staff & Chief of Critical Care
- United Memorial Medical Center, Houston, Texas
Scott Mitchell, MRCS
- Associate Specialist
- Emergency Department
- Princess Elizabeth Hospital
- States of Guernsey
Howard Kornfeld, M.D.
- Board Certified: Emergency Med., Pain Med., Addiction Med.
- President, Pharmacology Policy Institute
- Clinical Faculty, Pain Fellowship Program,
Univ. of California, San Francisco (UCSF) School of Medicine
- Founder & Medical Director, Recovery Without Walls
Mill Valley, California
Pierre Kory, M.D., M.P.A.
- Medical Dir., Trauma & Life Support Center
- Critical Care Service Chief
- Associate Professor of Medicine Univ. of Wisconsin School of Medicine & Public Health
Jose Iglesias, D.O.
- Assoc. Prof., Hackensack Meridian School of Medicine at Seton Hall
- Dept. of Nephrology & Critical Care / Community Medical Center
- Dept. of Nephrology, Jersey Shore University Medical Center
- Neptune, New Jersey
Eivind H. Vinjevoll, M.D.
- Senior Consultant Anesthesiologist
- Intensive Care, Emergency Medicine, Anesthesia
- Volda, Norway
Keith Berkowitz, M.D., M.B.A.
- Medical Director, Center for Balanced Health
- Voluntary Attending Physician, Lenox Hill Hosp. New York,
- New York
Fred Wagshul, M.D.
- Pulmonologist & Med. Dir., Lung Center of America
- Clinical Instructor, Wright State University School of Medicine,
- Dayton, Ohio
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