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Pilot Study of Application of Combined Transbronchial and Intravenous Ultraviolet C (UVC) and Laser Beam Application for the Treatment of Critical COVID-19 Infection

See –Injecting sunlight, perhaps, isn’t such a far-fetched idea. Objective and background: Light-based antimicrobials, mainly ultraviolet C (UVC) and laser light irradiation, have a potential to inactivate severe acute respiratory syndrome coronavirus 2 (SARS-CoV-2). The aim of our study was to evaluate the effect of transbronchial and intravenous application of UVC and laser light irradiation on treatment of patients with severe COVID-19. Methods: The clinical outcome of six patients (age 42-69 years) with severe COVID-19 infection who were directly applied UVC (254 nm) transbronchially, and UVC plus green (630 nm) and red laser (535 nm) lights to the…
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