Sander D. Borgsteede, Maaike Diesveld, Suzanne de Klerk, Kim L. Pham, Sam Schoenmakers, Jorie Versmissen, Melvin Lafeber Nr 4|2020 (54)|New|doi: 10.35351/gebu.2020.4.5
The new coronavirus (SARS-CoV-2) is raising many questions among care providers, including questions about the use of drugs that could have a negative influence on the clinical course of the COVID-19 disease. Drugs that have, in one way or anoth ...
Pill verdict 'sufficient' means that this medicine has sufficient added value for use in the treatment of the condition.
Pill verdict 'moderate' means that this medicine has moderate added value for use in the treatment of the condition, or that the added value of the medicine can't be assessed yet on the basis of the current research results.
Pill verdict 'insufficient' means that this medicine has insufficient added value for use in the treatment of the condition.