Clodoromiro Picado Institute
Costa Rica is beginning a second study of the application of equine serum in Covid-19 patients.
Treating coronavirus patients with an antibody-rich serum made from horse plasma has produced worse results than originally hoped, Costa Rican authorities said.
An antiviral treatment made with plasma from immunized horses is Costa Rica's hope to face the coronavirus pandemic.
Costa Rica began testing a similar treatment in humans last week, with the first results expected in a few weeks, according to authorities.
Costa Rica on Monday began clinical trials of antibody-rich plasma that has been extracted from horses with the purpose of treating COVID-19 patients.
Costa Rica is set to begin clinical trials on antibody-rich plasma that has been extracted from horses with the purpose of treating COVID-19 patients.
Here's what you should know about the coronavirus in Costa Rica today.
The Clodomiro Picado Institute of the University of Costa Rica (UCR) is preparing to pioneer three strategies that could be used to treat patients with COVID-19.
WHO estimates 5.4 million snakebites occur each year, resulting in at least 1.8 million cases of envenoming (poisoning from snakebites) and 81,400 deaths.
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