HOUSTON – The race to find an effective treatment to alleviate the effects of coronavirus on humans is still in full swing.
In the city, a drug is used at the Methodist hospital that seems to work well for seriously ill patients.
The drug is called Aviptadil and is applied to patients who are in intensive care units connected to an artificial respirator or who need an oxygen tank.
The drug is monitored by the Federal Food and Drug Administration (FDA) and is also delivered in Florida.
According to doctors, patients who have received an improvement in three days.