Dow University experts claim they have coronavirus cure

Karachi: According to ARY News, medical experts at the Dow University of Health Sciences (DUHS) have claimed Monday that they have developed a drug to treat coronavirus disease patients.

According to the details, DUHS clinicians claim that intravenous immunoglobulin (IVIG) can treat Covid-9 patients.

"Intravenous immunoglobulin is a major development in the fight against novel coronavirus," said research team member Professor Mohammad Saeed Qureshi.
He said that globulin was prepared with purified antibodies, which were recovered from coronavirus patients. The head of the research team, Prof Shaukat Ali, described Corona treatment as a ray of hope during the epidemic crisis.

On April 09, the Drug Regulatory Authority of Pakistan approved its clinical trials of blood plasma therapy to treat coronavirus patients in the country.
Plasma, which is a blood fluid with antibodies after the disease, has already proven effective in small studies for the treatment of infectious diseases, including Ebola and SARS.
According to the National Dashboard, by April 13, confirmed coronavirus cases have reached 5,374 in the country because according to the National Dashboard, 93 people have died from the infection to date.

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