Waiting for RTPCR Report Increased Patient Discomfort – Waiting for RTPCR report increases patient discomfort

Chandausi patients have trouble waiting for Corona’s RTPCR investigation report. Patients come to the CHC to be retested with an antigen kit if there is no recovery despite taking the drug. Doctors are confused too. At the same time, the authorities claim that the second testing laboratory in Noida has now started operations. The RTPR investigation has started.
At Chandausi CHC, samples are taken daily to test about 200 corona suspects. These contain 150 RTPCR samples and approximately 50 samples tested with antigen kits. People also start treating corona when they see a fever, fatigue, or other symptoms.
For the past 12 days, there has been a delay in receiving the RTPCR report from Noida Lab. Reports take seven to eight days. In the exam, there were some people whose antigen reports were negative, and if symptoms were present, doctors would send samples for RTPCR testing. The merge was not corrected for treatment based on symptoms and there was no RTPCR report. In such a situation, people will contact doctors again and recheck with the antigen kit. Six to seven patients meet with CHC Chandausi daily and request a re-examination. There is a risk that the merge will not increase significantly while waiting for the report.

Chandausi patients have trouble waiting for Corona’s RTPCR investigation report. Patients come to the CHC to be retested with an antigen kit if there is no recovery despite taking the drug. Doctors are confused too. At the same time, officials claim that the second research laboratory in Noida has now started operations. The RTPR investigation has started.

At Chandausi CHC, samples are taken daily to test about 200 corona suspects. These contain 150 RTPCR samples and approximately 50 samples tested with antigen kits. People also start treating corona when they see a fever, fatigue, or other symptoms.

For the past 12 days, Noida Lab’s RTPCR report has been delayed. Reports take seven to eight days. In the investigation, there were a few people whose antigen reports were negative and when the symptoms were present, the doctors sent samples for the RTPCR investigation. The merge was not corrected for treatment based on symptoms and there was no RTPCR report. In such a situation, people will contact doctors again and recheck with the antigen kit. Six to seven patients meet with CHC Chandausi daily and request a re-examination. There is a risk that the merge will not increase significantly while waiting for the report.

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