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Test Parameter includes

Check below is the list of test parameters that you will find in the COVID Infection Monitoring Advance. 

COVID Infection Monitoring

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COVID Infection Monitoring Advanced is an advanced profile with a comprehensive range of tests including D-dimer, Interleukin-6, C-reactive protein, Ferritin, and Lactate dehydrogenase, Complete hemogram, Aspartate aminotransferase, Alanine transaminase, Gamma-glutamyltransferase, Creatinine – serum, and Erythrocyte sedimentation rate. These tests will keep you reassured about your overall health and keep you from feeling overwhelmed or anxious during the course of infection. These tests monitor the levels of essential biomarkers that may signal secondary infection or inflammation, as well as disease status, therapeutic response, and disease progression. 

 

FAQ

Yes, COVID infects the lungs and upper respiratory tract, but its effects are seen on other organs as well, causing severe medical problems.

Since COVID can directly affect other organs, while managing a patient it is essential to evaluate for injury to multiple organs. These tests help in evaluating the status of other organs by checking the levels of biomarkers that indicate infection or inflammation

Vaccination may cause fluctuations in certain values and might affect the test results. Hence, it is not recommended to get this test done, soon after vaccination.  

COVID test checks for infection with SARS-CoV-2, whereas COVID monitoring tests checks for immunity and inflammatory markers during the course of infection

These are not confirmatory tests and hence will not help in identifying a particular disease, however, it will help in monitoring the proper functioning of the body using the inflammatory and immunity markers.

Biomarkers help in monitoring disease progression, including the occurrence of disease effects, worsening of previously existing abnormalities, or change in disease severity or specific abnormalities. 

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