Antiviral treatment of COVID-19: An update.

  title={Antiviral treatment of COVID-19: An update.},
  author={Serap Simşek Yavuz and Feride Ipek Komsuoğlu Çelikyurt},
  journal={Turkish journal of medical sciences},
Currently there is not an effective antiviral treatment for COVID-19, but a large number of drugs have been evaluated since the beginning of the pandemic and many of them have been used for the treatment of COVID-19 despite the preliminary or conflicting results of the clinical trials. We aimed to review and summarize all of the current knowledge on the antivirals for COVID-19. There are 2 main drug groups for SARS-CoV-2: Agents that target proteins or RNA of the virus or interfere with… 
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