WHO opposes plasma transfusions for COVID-19 patients

This feature allows the antibody to be used & nbsp; to create a universal vaccine against various strains of coronavirus. Plot of a novel coronavirus pandemic that spread from China The World Health Organization has recommended not to use blood plasma transfusions from people who have already been ill in the treatment of patients with COVID-19, reports TASS. “ Despite initial expectations, current evidence suggests that it does not improve survival or reduce the need for mechanical ventilation, and it is also costly and time-consuming '', & mdash; the organization said in a statement. Earlier, experts & nbsp; from China discovered a monoclonal & nbsp; & nbsp; antibody & nbsp; 35B5, capable of neutralizing various strains of COVID-19, it affects a part of the virus that does not change during the mutation process. Истoчник aif.ru