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The World Health Organization advises against plasma therapy for COVID treatment.

The Health Organization (WHO) has advised against the use of convalescent plasma, also known as “Blood Plasma,” for -19 in who have been infected.

Using convalescent plasma, a who has from COVID-19 can be transfused with blood plasma from another person who has also recovered.

According to the World Health Organization, it has not been proven that blood plasma from a COVID-19-free can cure COVID. It has not been demonstrated that the need for ventilators has decreased, nor that the health conditions of plasma patients have significantly improved. The World Health Organization (WHO) stated in a statement released on Monday that the of blood plasma a very long .

Experts conducted 16 different types of tests on 16,236 who had COVID infections ranging from common to serious to very serious. In light of the results of these tests, which were published in the British Medical Journal, a panel of international experts affiliated with the World Health Organization concluded that blood plasma is ineffective for patients with COVID who are either mildly or severely infected with the virus.

These therapies are expensive and have been shown to be ineffective, which are the primary reasons for the World Health Organization’s disapproval of such procedures. In the fight against the coronavirus, continue to be the most effective form of .

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