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RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - Ongoing studies at the Massachusetts General Hospital in the United States are seeking to determine whether family treatment in medical settings could help save patients infected with the novel coronavirus and prevent intubation.

The treatment involves nitric oxide, a fast-acting gas that dilates blood vessels in the lungs when inhaled. Treatment is often used in premature babies. In the 1990s, this gas played a key role in the development of the Viagra drug, against erectile dysfunction. The main ingredient in the blue pill, sildenafil, enhances the effect of nitric oxide in the body and increases . . .

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