Monoclonal Antibody Treatment

Life-saving treatment for high-risk COVID-19 patients

Monoclonal antibody therapy, also called monoclonal antibody infusion treatment, is available at most Baptist Memorial hospitals. This life-saving therapy is used to treat COVID-19 in individuals who have tested positive for the virus and are at high risk for developing severe illness. Laboratory-made monoclonal antibodies are given to the patient through intravenous (IV) infusion or injection on an outpatient basis. Baptist was the first health care system in the region to offer monoclonal antibody therapy to qualified COVID-19 patients.

Act fast and get tested

Monoclonal antibody therapy is most effective in the first 10 days of the onset of symptoms. Get tested as soon as you begin experiencing symptoms.

Symptoms of COVID infection include:

  • New loss of taste or smell
  • Flu-like illness (fever, cough, nausea or vomiting, etc.)
  • Difficulty breathing

Who gets monoclonal antibody therapy?

It is available to individuals who have started experiencing COVID-19 symptoms within the last 10 days and are at high risk for becoming severely ill from it.

Monoclonal antibody treatment locations

Baptist offers monoclonal antibody treatments throughout our service area in Arkansas, Mississippi, and Tennessee.

Monoclonal Antibody Treatment Locations

Monoclonal antibody therapy is most effective in the first 10 days of the onset of symptoms. Get tested as soon as you begin experiencing symptoms.

See of you qualify

Take our quick quiz to see if you are eligible for monoclonal antibody therapy.

The facts about Monoclonal Antibody Treatment at Baptist

If you are interested in receiving monoclonal antibody treatment at Baptist, here’s what you need to know.
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