Organicell Regenerative Medicine, a clinical-stage biopharmaceutical company dedicated to the development of regenerative therapies, today announced the publication of a peer-reviewed case report analyzing the clinical outcomes of Zofin treatment in three critically ill patients suffering from severe, multi-organ complications induced by COVID-19 infection. The report was published today in the journal “Frontiers in Medicine.” The peer-reviewed article demonstrates the first use of an amniotic fluid-derived extracellular vesicles biologic as a safe and potentially efficacious therapeutic treatment for respiratory failure induced by COVID-19 infection.
“We are proud to share that ‘Frontiers in Medicine’ has published our case report on the exciting results of our Zofin treatment for respiratory failure induced by COVID-19 infection. We look forward to continuing to research Zofin in COVID-19 patients through our clinical trials,” said Albert Mitrani, CEO of Organicell.
“I am pleased to see that our research and development is translating into clinical settings. This case report helps demonstrate the safety, accessibility, and feasibility of Zofin for respiratory failure induced by COVID-19 infection,” said Dr. Mari Mitrani, Chief Science Officer of Organicell.
All three patients were diagnosed with COVID-19, developed respiratory failure, and were hospitalized for more than 40 days. Zofin was administered to patients concurrently with ongoing medical care and were monitored for 28-days post-therapy.
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Chest-X ray images of patient CU#1 at day 0 and day 28 (Left). Chest-X ray images of patient CU#2 at day 0 and day 28 (Middle). Chest-X ray images of patient CU#3 at day 0 and day 21 (Right).