What doctors have learned about fighting COVID-19

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June 29 (Reuters) - In the six months since an entirely new coronavirus began spreading around the world, doctors and hospitals have learned a lot about how to treat patients with COVID-19, the potentially deadly disease caused by the virus.
June 29 (Reuters) – In the six months since an entirely new coronavirus began spreading around the world, doctors and hospitals have learned a lot about how to treat patients with COVID-19, the potentially deadly disease caused by the virus.

What doctors have learned about fighting COVID-19:

* Patients are at increased risk of blood clots, and blood thinning agents can help.

* "Proning" – putting patients on their stomachs to relieve pressure on the lungs – can stave off the need for mechanical ventilation.

* Besides the respiratory system and lungs, the…
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