Covid Monitor Tests

Since 2019, millions of cases of covid 10 have been confirmed worldwide. There have been deaths. In the early days of the COVID-19 pandemic, it was difficult to diagnose this disease as no one was aware of it. Later, lab tests play a vital role in diagnosing the virus infection. These tests are necessary to monitor the patient's condition throughout the disease and are categorized on a daily basis as the disease progresses.

A set of lab tests, including blood parameters, inflammatory markers, clotting parameters, liver enzymes, etc., provides an overview of the severity of COVID-19. The tests help to protect a person from infection for a period of time after. The duration of this protection varies from disease and individual.

Tests to monitor COVID profile

  • Routine Blood Parameters Research suggests that blood markers such as complete blood count (CBC), leukocytes, platelets, eosinophils, neutrophil-lymphocyte ratio (NLR), erythrocyte sedimentation rate (ESR) are correlated with the severity of the disease during COVID.
  • Organ damage markers Apart from the lungs, COVID-19 also affects other vital organs, including the heart, liver, and kidneys. This can result in fatalities. Some studies have also shown that people with moderate to severe COVID-19 have elevated levels of creatinine and urea in the bloodstream. It is even more important to follow the cardiac, hepatic, and renal markers of people with comorbidities such as heart disease, diabetes, or kidney disease.
  • D-Dimer test According to research, D-dimer level is one of the reliable prognostic markers, and increased D- dimer levels at admission indicate the required intensive care. The test reveals the presence of clots in the body once COVID-19 becomes severe. Many clots in the body can be found in the lungs in particular, as a result of which the lungs cannot breathe. Blood flow is interfered with by coagulation. So the body is trying to decompose these clots. D Dimer test can be detected up to eight hours after training until released by the kidney.
Unipath is a multi-specialty pathology laboratory catering to the fields of Molecular Pathology, Cytopathology, Biochemistry, Immunology, Serology, Hematopathology, Flow Cytometry, Histopathology, Cytogenetics, and Microbiology - all under one roof. We offer a broad range of test menus involving 1500 clinical laboratory tests and conduct more than 50,00,000 tests annually. To ease our patient's life, we offer home service too.

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