Maharashtra govt launches 'world's largest' plasma therapy project for COVID-19 patients; trials to be held in 21 medical colleges
The project, titled 'Platina', is the largest convalescent plasma therapy-cum-trial project in the world, a state medical education department official said
Health ministry recommends tocilizumab, HCQ, plasma therapy for patients in the moderate stage of COVID-19
HCQ has demonstrated in-vitro activity against SARS-CoV-2 and shown to be clinically beneficial in several small single-centre studies with significant limitations.
A study with 150 volunteers will get either plasma from COVID-19 survivors or regular plasma, to find if the virus can be nipped in the bud.
Lilly's COVID-19 drug, specifically designed to treat the virus, could be authorized for use by September
A monoclonal antibody drug developed against COVID-19 is likely to be more effective than repurposed medicines currently being tested against the virus.
William Haseltine said to manage the disease through careful tracing of infections and strict isolation measures whenever it starts spreading.
Coronavirus Outbreak: Kanika Kapoor to donate plasma at King George’s Medical University, Lucknow for treating patients
Kanika Kapoor had tested positive for novel coronavirus on 20 March
Houston hospital tries blood transfusion therapy to cure coronavirus patients: How it works and what doctors are saying
A hospital in Houston has carried out a blood transfusion therapy in a bid to treat coronavirus patients.
Hot plasma can be seen, rising, cooling off and sinking below the surface in dark lanes, in a process called convection.
Milky Way is a disc-shaped sea of stars in which the youngest and brightest stars cluster in the spiral arms.
World Blood Donation Day: India must make separation of blood components mandatory to reduce wastage
India has less than one percent blood reserve, yet a lot of donated blood is wasted due to poor practices and lack of awareness on componentisation
At 100 million °C, the reactor attained the minimum temperature needed for sustained nuclear fusion.
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