By Sanjay Jog
The government has asked the hospitals to regularly submit details with regard to the results of the application of plasma therapy and th...Read More
By Swapnil Mishra
Only 0.26 per cent of 67,706 recovered patients have come forward for convalescent plasma therapy
Nod from ICMR, state FDA expected soon
On Friday, the 55-year-old leader's health deteriorated after he developed pneumonia during the ongoing treatment for COVID-19 at the Raj...Read More
By Staff Reporter
Chairman of SAIMS Dr Vinod Bhandari said that they will become the first hospital in the country to conduct plasma trial of 10 patients b...Read More
By FP News Service
As per collector Asheesh Singh 46 patients have been marked who were recovered from the disease and were discharged.
By Kanchan Srivastava
As COVID-19 cases are about to cross 5 million mark including 4,00,000 deaths globally, raising concerns of further spread of the highly ...Read More
For this, a campaign will have to be conducted to identify such patients and to get them to donate plasma voluntarily.
Health officials said this therapy will help them save lives and will be effective for critical patients. Convalescent plasma therapy inv...Read More
The patient had shown recovery, tested negative twice but developed urinary tract infection and subjected to dialysis, claim doctors
About 470 ML plasma was "extracted" under the supervision of Dean Dr Jyoti Bindal and HoD of Blood Transfusion Department Dr Ashok Yadav.
By Tarun Tiwari
Three of the four patients Kapil Dev Bhalla, Priyal Jain and Anish Jain have won the battle of life with the help of plasma therapy.
Moreover, COVID-19 reports of all these four patients have been tested negative.
Mumbai: The first Covid patient to receive plasma therapy on April 25 at Lilavati Hospital succumbed to his illness on Wednesday night. A...Read More
The BrihanMumbai Municipal Corporation is following in the footsteps of Kerala, which was the first state to explore this avenue of treat...Read More
Permission from ICMR likely in two days
Sri Aurobindo Institute of Medical Sciences in Indore is the only institute to conduct trial after Delhi and Chandigarh in the country.
The convalescent plasma therapy aims at using antibodies from the blood of a recovered Covid-19 patient to treat those critically affecte...Read More
The hospital has completed training the staff and has also applied for the formal approval from Indian Council of Medical Researches to s...Read More
By Sangeeta Pranvendra
The Rajasthan government has sought permission from the Indian Council of Medical Research (ICMR) to begin trials to administer convalesc...Read More