The Dayton medical community and physicians at Wright-Patterson Air Force Base have coordinated what officials are calling a potentially groundbreaking treatment for COVID-19 patients.
Air Force doctors Maj. Evan Fisher, chief of nephrology, and Maj. Matthew Koroscil, a pulmonary and critical care specialist at Wright-Patterson Medical Center, have teamed up with local healthcare institutions on a new drug protocol for those afflicted with coronavirus. Their work has allowed Premier Health’s Miami Valley Hospital to potentially lead the country in the administration of Mayo Clinic-approved plasma protocol, according to base officials.
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Written by John Bush.
Originally published April 17, 2020.