This Wednesday, the White House released President Trump's latest medical update. Within the update, it was noted that Trump's lab results showed "detectable levels of SARS-CoV-2 IgG antibodies" -- a detail that some doctors say is useless information since Trump was infused with those very same antibodies during the course of his treatment.
The White House doctors are bragging that Trump has in his bloodstream the very thing they infused into his bloodst… https://t.co/p9QjTYMo0d— Esther Choo MD MPH (@Esther Choo MD MPH)1602091907.0
Of course Trump has detectable levels of antibodies, he was infused with a Regeneron Antibody Cocktail days ago. https://t.co/x4iiG2wWG6— Cleavon MD (@Cleavon MD)1602092297.0
The patient had a whopping (8g) dose of a #SARSCoV2 neutralizing IgG antibody cocktail. Then they detected antibodi… https://t.co/SxjHu20viR— Eric Topol (@Eric Topol)1602091985.0
Congratulations on detecting antibodies in someone on antibody treatment https://t.co/p3marOae45— Dr. Seema Yasmin (@Dr. Seema Yasmin)1602091128.0
The caveat is that we might wonder whether the monoclonal antibody experiment he partook may generate these results… https://t.co/5zBLfDwz7g— Jeremy Faust MD MS (ER physician) (@Jeremy Faust MD MS (ER physician))1602091202.0
⚠️Trump’s doctor is trying to spin the detection of the whopping dose of Regeneron’s anti-#SARSCoV2 antibodies that… https://t.co/RxHndGe2E7— Dena Grayson, MD, PhD (@Dena Grayson, MD, PhD)1602092601.0