COVID RT-PCR Test in Meerut
Dr Lal Pathlabs in Meerut provides home collection facility for COVID RT-PCR testing.
Covid RT-PCR Test Camp @ Rs. 500
Our offer is Rs. 500 per person for RTPCR. This includes Sample collection at your office premises We just need a 100 sq. feet room. Minimum 20 persons are required. ICMR Approved Lab.
Infection Checkup Profile @ Rs. 2500
This profile detects the most potential immune markers. Includes CBC, HSCRP, D-Dimer, LDH, INTERLEUKIN-6, PROCALCITONIN, FERRITIN, SGOT, SGPT
Blood tests can act as early indicator of extreme Covid-19
D-DIMER @ Rs. 1000
C-REACTIVE PROTEIN(CRP) @ Rs. 400
INTERLEUKIN-6(IL-6) @ Rs. 850
KIDNEY PROFILE @ Rs. 450
CBC / HEMOGRAM @ Rs. 300
FERRITIN @ Rs. 400
LACTATE DEHYDROGENASE(LDH) @ Rs. 250
LIVER FUNCTION TEST @ Rs. 550
THYROID TEST (T3-T4-TSH) @ Rs. 400
INSULIN FASTING @ Rs. 500
INSULIN PP @ Rs. 400
HBA1C @ Rs. 300
LIPID PROFILE @ Rs. 400
Covid-19 Test in Meerut
What is Coronavirus?
Coronavirus disease (COVID-19) is an infectious disease caused by a newly discovered coronavirus. COVID-19 affects different people in different ways. Most infected people will develop mild to moderate illness and recover without hospitalization.
The prime symptoms of Covid 19
How Does Coronavirus spread?
This virus mainly spreads through physical contact with any affected person. When an infected person coughs, the virus gets released from the affected person’s body through small droplets and sticks in objects or surfaces. When a person unknowingly touches the floors or objects, then the virus gets transmitted to that person. The virus can mainly spread in several ways, such as,
How to Prevent
What is Covid RT-PCR Test?
RT-PCR means Reverse Transcription Polymerase Chain Reaction. A Covid 19 RT-PCR test is considered to be most effective test that can identify the virus that causes COVID-19. Nasal and throat swabs of an individual are collected under the observation of a healthcare practitioner.
When do you need an RT-PCR Test for Covid 19?
Very unfortunately, there are no such kinds of treatments that have been officially declared as a cure for Covid-19. To be necessarily mentioned, WHO does not recommend any self-medication including any type of antibiotics.
However, the affected people must be kept isolated. Apart from that, any suspected person growing the symptoms of Covid-19 must be hospitalized instantly with complete guidance of healthcare professionals.
Note: People who have already noticed any mild symptoms in spite of having zero noticeable physical issues should also isolate themselves or immediately consult their medical service provider or any Covid-19 help centre to have complete guidance in this regard. To be specific, people with cough, fever or breathing issues should get in touch with any medical specialist quickly.