The WHO has made a “strong recommendation” against giving blood plasma treatment to people without severe corona symptoms.
On the advice of the WHO, the World Health Organization (WHO) said on Tuesday that people with mild or moderate illnesses should not be given covid treatment using plasma extracted from the blood of cured corona virus patients. We tell you, in the early days, blood plasma was claimed to have good treatment results. But, according to advice now published in the British Medical Journal, the WHO states that “current evidence suggests that it does not increase survival or reduce the need for medical ventilation.” Also, it is expensive and time consuming. “
What else did the WHO say?
The WHO has made a “strong recommendation” against giving blood plasma treatment to people without severe corona symptoms. It is also recommended to treat patients with serious illnesses as part of a clinical trial. We also tell you that convulsive plasma is the fluid component of a healthy covid patient’s blood, which contains antibodies produced by the body after recovery from infection. The WHO states that the latest recommendations are based on evidence from 16 trials, including 16,236 non-critical, severe and extremely severe corona patients.
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