2018 SEP 07 COVID 19 & Diabetes Comorbidity linked with Zinc Deficiency, Companion Medication (HCQ + Zinc)

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Remarks: Why is ZINC with HCQ important in treatment for COVID-19 and has Comorbidity of Diabetes, Zinc Deficiency is linked to the Comorbidity of Diabetes and the hydroxychloroquine, “opens the zinc channel” allowing the zinc to enter the cell, which then “blocks the replication of cellular machinery.” In this instance, chloroquine has no drug action. It is the zinc that is in play. FULL STORY HERE: https://www.4cmitv.com/2020/09/14/2018-sep-07-covid-19-diabetes-comorbidity-linked-with-zinc-deficiency-companion-medication-hcq-zinc/

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Dr. Anthony Cardillo, added that combining the drug with zinc has been the key to the success. The hydroxychloroquine, he said, “opens the zinc channel” allowing the zinc to enter the cell, which then “blocks the replication of cellular machinery.” In this instance, chloroquine has no drug action. It is the zinc that is in play, and I find it concerning that so many news organizations (and governments) are failing to convey this fact..opting, instead, to portray chloroquine as having the key drug action. It does not…

COVID-19 Target Demographic of Comorbidities

CDC

A new study from the CDC found that 90% of hospitalized patients had one or more underlying condition before contracting COVID-19. Those most susceptible are the elderly and those with underlying health issues such as Diabetes, Obesity, Asthma, COPD, and Hypertension. The symptoms of some include loss of taste and smell and in some diarrhea. As shown below, studies have shown that in all these conditions mentioned, there seems to be a correlation with zinc deficiency.

Comorbidity Diabetes 

*Zinc Deficiency and Diabetes* 


Chin Med J (Engl). 2015 Dec 20; 128(24): 3276–3282.

doi: 10.4103/0366-6999.171357

PMCID: PMC4797501

Relationship Between Serum Zinc Level and Microvascular Complications in Patients with Type 2 Diabetes

Introduction

Diabetes is a life-threatening chronic disease, with microvascular complications including diabetic retinopathy (DR), diabetic nephropathy (DN), and diabetic peripheral neuropathy (DPN), often bring about a huge burden to patients, their families, and the society.

Zinc plays a major role in the development of both type 1 and type 2 diabetes (T2D). Previous studies suggested that serum zinc level is associated with T2D, and loss-of-function mutations in zinc transporter-8 gene protect against T2D.[,] In type 1 diabetic patients, zinc transporter 8 autoantibody represents a key immunodiagnostic marker.[]

Conclusions:

Lower serum zinc level in T2D patients was related to higher prevalence of diabetic microvascular complications, and represented as an independent risk factor for DN. Patients with lower zinc level were more likely to have a longer duration of diabetes, poorer glucose control, and worse β-cell function.


Chin Med J (Engl) . 2015 Dec 20;128(24):3276-82. doi: 10.4103/0366-6999.171357.

DOI: 10.4103/0366-6999.171357

PMID: 26668140

Relationship Between Serum Zinc Level and Microvascular Complications in Patients with Type 2 Diabetes

Results: The 412 patients included 271 with microvascular complications and 141 without any microvascular complications. Serum zinc level was significantly lower in patients with diabetic retinopathy (P < 0.001), diabetic nephropathy (DN, P < 0.001), or diabetic peripheral neuropathy (P = 0.002) compared with patients without that specific complication. Lower zinc level was an independent risk factor for DN (odds ratio = 0.869, 95% confidence interval = 0.765-0.987, P < 0.05). The subjects with lower serum zinc level had manifested a longer duration of diabetes, higher level of hemoglobin A1c, higher prevalence of hypertension and microvascular complications, and lower fasting and 2-h C-peptide levels.

Conclusions: Lower serum zinc level in T2D patients was related to higher prevalence of diabetic microvascular complications, and represented as an independent risk factor for DN. Patients with lower zinc level were more likely to have a longer duration of diabetes, poorer glucose control, and worse β-cell function.


iMedPub Journals Reports in Endocrine Disorders: Open Access 2018 Vol.2 No.1:2 

Original Source imedpub: role-of-zinc-supplementation-on-diabetes.pdf

Role of Zinc Supplementation on Diabetes

Published: September 07, 2018

ABSTRACT

Diabetes is one of the common diseases in the world caused by high level of sugar in the blood due to abnormal secretion of insulin a hormone secreted by pancreas gland. There are two types of diabetes- Type 1 Diabetes and Type 2 Diabetes which are caused by abnormal functioning of pancreas. Zinc is a trace element which is essential for both humans and plants. In human body zinc is essential for growth, immunity and it helps in storage and processing of insulin in the body

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