internal EU document states they only have 10% of the medical supplies needed to combat coronachan.https://www.reuters.com/article/us-health-coronavirus-eu-supplies-exclus/exclusive-eu-states-need-10-times-more-coronavirus-equipment-internal-document-idUSKBN21C1JC>>264555
maybe buy a CPAP machine on amazon and use it the moment you get short of breath.https://www.caranddriver.com/news/a31983759/mercedes-amg-f1-cpap-coronavirus/
the US is saying don't use them because it enables community spread. however if you're at home and self quarantined it shouldn't be an issuehttps://www.npr.org/sections/health-shots/2020/03/27/822211604/cpap-machines-were-seen-as-ventilator-alternatives-but-could-spread-covid-19
you can buy a cpap machine for around $200. you would think pneumonia prevention measures could help too. deep breathing, lung clearance and not lying down for too long. alternating between being seated and lying in bed. guaifenesin to thin secretions and tylenol for pain. ensure protein max and possibly a BRAT diet for stomach problems related to coronachan.
I've read albuterol is OTC in the EU (it isn't here) and that could be helpful too because it's a bronchodilator.
I'm not a doctor but if hospitals are overloaded and it's potentially dying or giving yourself the best chance with self treatment, it's better to be prepared. absolutely none of that stuff is dangerous if used correctly.
the cpap machine has to be cleaned properly daily or you could get legionnaire's which is a lot more deadly than coronachan. albuterol raises blood pressure but only temporarily and if you only take 2 puffs every 6 hours you should be safe. Post too long. Click here to view the full text.