The Max Hospital in Saket, New Delhi, where a severely ill Covid-19 patient has responded positively to experimental plasma therapy treatment. Photo: AFP The Max Hospital in Saket, New Delhi, where a severely ill Covid-19 patient has responded positively to experimental plasma therapy treatment. Photo: AFP
The Max Hospital in Saket, New Delhi, where a severely ill Covid-19 patient has responded positively to experimental plasma therapy treatment. Photo: AFP

Plasma therapy clinical trials to treat Covid-19 patients begin in India

  • More than 500 Covid-19 patients at two government hospitals are involved in the trials of experimental plasma therapy
  • A severely ill man who underwent the therapy separately was off a ventilator and in a normal ward in five days, though doctors say it is no ‘magic bullet’

Topic |   Wellness
The Max Hospital in Saket, New Delhi, where a severely ill Covid-19 patient has responded positively to experimental plasma therapy treatment. Photo: AFP The Max Hospital in Saket, New Delhi, where a severely ill Covid-19 patient has responded positively to experimental plasma therapy treatment. Photo: AFP
The Max Hospital in Saket, New Delhi, where a severely ill Covid-19 patient has responded positively to experimental plasma therapy treatment. Photo: AFP
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