How to Get Remdesivir Injection Must Document You Need!

Hello seekers! In this Covid crisis everyone is in trouble and everyone is afraid of not getting injection because this injection stops increasing the infection of Lungs. So let's have a look.

Remdesivir injection documents Required

  • Govt. Covid test report,
  • Hospital admit document,
  • Doctor prescription (Remdesivir should mentioned in the prescription),
  • Form of getting remdesivir from govt. Signed by nodal officials of your district hospital.
  • Adhar card of patient.

Every city and district has allotted some chemists and Dawakhana/medical shops for getting remdesivir injection in private.

Can I get Remdesivir injection in govt hospital!

If your patient is hospitalized in govt hospital, you can easily get injection otherwise govt hospital has no any procedure to provide injection to private patients.

Who can help if I don’t get Remdesivir injection in private!

First of all if you need Remdesivir injection you should ask your private hospital authority.
If there is shortage of the Remdesivir injection you can contact helpline numbers like CM helpline, they will connect your call to CMHO or drug inspector of your city or district.

Your district CMHO will provide further information or you can contact your city drug inspector.

Remdesivir injection price!

Well it’s a confusion because there are different prices for different chemists or suppliers.
You can get it from 1400 to 3500 INR in MP. Also it will be completely free in government Hospitals and in the covid centers.


What is Remdesivir used for?

Remdesivir is one of the drugs used for treating the SARS-CoV-2 virus in hospitalised adult

Is favilavir or favipiravir effective in treating COVID-19?

The National Medical Products Administration of China approved the use of Favilavir, an antiviral drug, as a treatment for coronavirus. The drug has reportedly shown efficacy in treating the disease in a clinical trial involving 70 patients. Clinical trials are on to assess the efficacy of this medication. Do not consume any medication unless the protocol is approved by your doctor.

Who is most at risk for COVID-19?

COVID-19 is often more severe in people 60+yrs or with health conditions like lung or heart disease, diabetes or conditions that affect their immune system.

How long does it take to cure lung infection?

Most cases can be treated at home, with medications, to prevent complications from a hospital setting. A healthy person may recover within one to three weeks. Someone with a weakened immune system may take longer before they feel normal again.

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