Zero Survay Anti Body – Antibody is tested through Sero Survey

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Mehrauni (Lalitpur). A sero test was carried out in two counties to look for antibodies in the city. Two teams from the health department headed by Additional Chief Medical Officer Dr. DC Dohra to the sites and carried out an antibody test on the people.
The teams also took health-related information from people. In the district, this survey is to be carried out in four urban areas and 27 in rural areas. The aim is to test the antibodies on three women, three men and three children in urban areas and two women, two men and two children in rural areas. The health department has set up investigation teams. This included a doctor, a laboratory technician, an ASHA or anganwadi. The teams form four clusters of six houses each in their area. A sample of one member is drawn from these households. According to the additional Chief Medical Officer Dr. DC Dohra, antibodies are detected in humans through sero tests. In this the serum is tested. If an antibody is found, it becomes clear that the person is infected with the corresponding virus. In this survey, Dr. Rajendra Bhushan Pataria, Dr. Rudra Pratap Bundela, Dr. Satyendra Kumar, LT Manish Patwari, LT Virendra Khare, LT Dinesh Rajput, ANM Gayatri Gupta, ANM Sadhana, Shyam Dwivedi, Suresh Sahu and Sweeper Suresh Kumar were available.

Mehrauni (Lalitpur). A sero test was carried out in two counties to look for antibodies in the city. Two teams from the health department headed by Additional Chief Medical Officer Dr. DC Dohra to the sites and carried out an antibody test on the people.

The teams also took health-related information from people. In the district, this survey is to be carried out in four urban areas and 27 in rural areas. The aim is to test the antibodies on three women, three men and three children in urban areas and two women, two men and two children in rural areas. The health department has set up investigation teams. This included a doctor, a laboratory technician, an ASHA or anganwadi. The teams form four clusters of six houses each in their area. A sample of one member is drawn from these households. According to the additional Chief Medical Officer Dr. DC Dohra, antibodies are detected in humans through sero tests. In this the serum is tested. If an antibody is found, it becomes clear that the person is infected with the corresponding virus. In this survey, Dr. Rajendra Bhushan Pataria, Dr. Rudra Pratap Bundela, Dr. Satyendra Kumar, LT Manish Patwari, LT Virendra Khare, LT Dinesh Rajput, ANM Gayatri Gupta, ANM Sadhana, Shyam Dwivedi, Suresh Sahu and Sweeper Suresh Kumar were available.

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