「患者16」は、国防総省の調査中にCOVID-19感染から回復しました

引退したコル. マット・ヘプバーン, 国防高等研究計画局に長年勤務した医師, またはDARPA, 言った “60 議事録” that the military is working on several moonshot projects to help prevent the next pandemic and assist in the current one. One included a sensor that would be placed underneath your skin in order to detect chemical reactions that may be occurring due to an infection. The sensor is still being developed but Hepburn likened it to acheck-engine light.

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He pointed to another example of technology spurred by the agency that involved a military spouse calledPatient 16.The individual was suffering from COVID-19 and experiencing organ failure. She entered the study that essentially involved a blood filter that removes the virus from the body. Hepburn told the show that the filtertakes the virus out, and puts the blood back in.

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The report said the patient made a full recovery and the Food and Drug Administration approved its use in emergency situations. The report said the filter has been used in almost 300 critically ill patients.

The report that included thePatient 16story was wide-ranging and discussed ways the military hopes to intervene in future outbreaks.

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