Wickenburg Community Hospital proudly offers a therapy called monoclonal therapy. Monoclonal therapy is an IV infusion that has been authorized under the Emergency Use Act as an outpatient treatment for patients with a mild to moderate Covid-19 infection and who are at high risk for progression to more severe symptoms.
If you think you may be a candidate for this therapy;
Monoclonal therapy is administered by our highly trained faculty. The infusion takes about an hour, with an additional hour of observation post-infusion. Post infusion observation is done to ensure the patient responds well to the infusion and no adverse reactions occur.
To gather more information regarding monoclonal therapy contact the hospital pharmacy by calling 928-684-5499.
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