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Following tests are to be carried out for Corona

1. Rapid Antigen Test. View More 

2. RT-PCR Test. View More

3. Blood Tests
   
1. CBC
       
Complete blood count (CBC): Measures your white blood cells (WBCs) and red
        blood cells (RBCs).


   
2. CRP (C - Reactive Protein)
        This test measures bodywide inflammation. It measures a substance produced by the
        liver that increases in the presence of inflammation.

   
3. D-Dimer
     
  A Dimmer test is a blood test that can be used to help rule out the presence of a serious
        blood clot. If it is more than medicine is given to thin the blood.

 
   4. SGPT (Serum Glutamic Pyruvic Transaminase)
        This is done for
Liver Function. It is an enzyme that is normally present in
        liver and heart cells.


  
 5. S. Creatatine
       
This is done for Kidney Function. Creatinine is a chemical waste product in the
       
blood that passes through the kidneys to be filtered and eliminated in urine.

    6. LDH  (Lactate Dehydrogenase)
   
    The LDH test looks for signs of damage to the body’s tissues. When cells are damaged
        or destroyed, this enzyme is released into the fluid portion of blood

   
7. FERRITIN
      
 Ferritin is a blood protein that contains iron. A ferritin test helps your doctor understand
        how much iron your body stores. If a ferritin test reveals that your blood ferritin level is
        lower than normal, it indicates your body's iron stores are low and you have iron
        deficiency
 

4. CT-SCAN of Lungs - HRCT  (Computerized Tomography SCAN)

Chest imaging studies, including chest X-ray and chest computerized tomography (CT) may show changes with COVID-19 infection, but these changes are not specifically diagnostic of this infection, and can be present with other lung conditions like pneumonia and bronchitis.

Both sides of the lungs are usually involved about equally. With COVID-19 infection, the lungs often have the appearance of lung inflammation that is usually described as ground-glass opacity on a CT because it looks like the lungs are obscured by ground glass. This is a relatively common pattern seen with other lung infections too.


Test Procedure:-

1. First test for Rapid Antigen Test

2. If Rapid Antigen Test come Positive, test immediately for RT-PCR Test

3. If RT-PCR test is Positive then it is confirmed Corona infection

    RT-PCR shows CT level between 1 to 35.

(a) If CT level is between 1 to 15, then it shows High Infection and just admit to
     Hospital

(b) If CT level is between 16 to 25, then it shows Moderate Infection and it can be
      cured at home.

(c) If CT level is between 25 to 35, then it shows Mild Infection and it can be cured
     at home.

4. If there is heavy difficulty in breathing then test CT-SCAN of Lungs - HRCT immediately.

    It will show score of 0 to 25

    (a) 0 Score means Lungs are OK.

    (b) 6 Score means Lungs are 25% infected.

    (c) 12 Score means Lungs are 50% infected.

    (d) 18 Score means Lungs are 75% infected.

    (e) 25 Score means Lungs are 100 % infected - This is very very critical condition.

 


 

 

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