Social media debate on Mru Lab of Ims Bhu’s report

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Within four days of giving birth in the BHU hospital, a girl was tested twice for corona. The first report was positive and two days later the report of the second sample was negative. According to this report from the MRU Lab of the IMS BHU, the family is not only surprised, now the debate has also started on social media.
In the gynecology department of the BHU hospital, a 26-year-old woman from Semra in Chandauli (currently resident in Varanasi Cantt) was admitted by the family members for delivery on May 24th. His corona test was carried out here in accordance with the regulations. The next day the delivery took place after the woman’s report was negative. A little girl was born that afternoon. Immediately after the birth on May 25 in the hospital, a sample of the girl was also sent to the IMS BHU’s MRU laboratory for examination. His report was positive on May 26th. Two days later, on May 28, when the woman began the discharge, the girl’s second sample was also taken at the behest of the relatives. That same day, a negative report was received that night. The family is shocked to see the same girl twice in four days and to receive two different reports. Surprising because the girl’s mother never had a corona infection and, according to the mother, no one in the family was infected. In fact, in the normal case of a corona infection, it takes about a week for the report to be negative. Now the girl’s investigation report is being hotly debated on social media. Everyone comments in their own way.
A similar report was received by the youth on April 12th.
A case also became known in the BHU hospital in April. During the social media debate about the newborn report, the family of the young man who received the report was posted by the same person. A 25-year-old boy had given in his RTPCR sample on April 12th. His sample was also tested in the MRU laboratory itself. On April 12th he received a positive report, while the next day, April 13th, the same young person received the negative report from the portal, he was surprised. The teenager’s uncle, Aman Yadav, posted this on Facebook.
what the experts say
Great care should be taken when taking the corona sample in order to bring it to the laboratory for testing and testing and to report to the laboratory. According to medical science, positive and then negative reports from a patient don’t come in two to three days. It takes at least a week. In such a case (examination of the newborn) it may at first glance be due to inattention. ”-Prof. Gopalnath, Institute of Microbiology, IMS BHU
Even if a woman was positive during pregnancy, there is no chance that the infection could affect the unborn child. Because if someone is positive, it will be negative in seven to ten days. The mother is currently not infected in this case either. Such cases are rarely found. It is very likely that the sampling for testing and reporting was negligent. Lily Srivastava, SIC, Women’s Clinic, Kabirchaura

Within four days of giving birth in the BHU hospital, a girl was tested twice for corona. The first report was positive and two days later the report of the second sample was negative. According to this report from the MRU Lab of the IMS BHU, the family is not only surprised, now the debate has also started on social media.

On May 24th, a 26-year-old woman from Semra in Chandauli (currently resident of Varanasi Cantt) was admitted to the gynecology department of the BHU hospital for childbirth. His corona test was carried out here in accordance with the regulations. The next day the birth took place after the woman’s report was negative. A little girl was born that afternoon. Immediately after the birth on May 25 in the hospital, a sample of the girl was also sent to the IMS BHU’s MRU laboratory for examination. His report was positive on May 26th. Two days later, on May 28, when the woman began the discharge, the girl’s second sample was also taken at the behest of the relatives. That same day, a negative report was received that night. The family is shocked to see the same girl twice in four days and to receive two different reports. Surprising because the girl’s mother never had a corona infection and, according to the mother, no one in the family was infected. In fact, in the normal case of a corona infection, it takes about a week for the report to be negative. Now the girl’s investigation report is being hotly debated on social media. Everyone comments in their own way.

A similar report was received by the youth on April 12th.

A case also became known in the BHU hospital in April. During the social media debate about the newborn report, the family of the young man who received the report was posted by the same person. A 25-year-old boy had given in his RTPCR sample on April 12th. His sample was also tested in the MRU laboratory itself. On April 12th he received a positive report, while the next day, April 13th, the same young person received the negative report from the portal, he was surprised. The teenager’s uncle, Aman Yadav, posted this on Facebook.

what the experts say

Great care should be taken when taking the corona sample in order to bring it to the laboratory for testing and testing and to report to the laboratory. According to medical science, positive and then negative reports from a patient don’t come in two to three days. It takes at least a week. In such a case (examination of the newborn) it may at first glance be due to inattention. ”-Prof. Gopalnath, Institute of Microbiology, IMS BHU

Even if a woman was positive during pregnancy, there is no chance that the infection could affect the unborn child. Because if someone is positive, it will be negative in seven to ten days. In this case, the mother is currently not infected either. Such cases are rarely found. It is very likely that the sampling for testing and reporting was negligent. Lily Srivastava, SIC, Women’s Clinic, Kabirchaura

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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