what to do if the test is positive What symptoms should you watch for Covid-19

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what to do if the test is positive What symptoms should you watch for Covid-19

If you are at Risk of Getting Very Sick

  • Individuals of all ages, including young adults and healthy children, can be impacted by COVID-19.
  • Older adults or some underlying conditions are more likely to be very ill as a result of COVID-19.

What to Do If You’re Sick

  • Stay at home except for medical treatment. If you experience symptoms of COVID-19, reach out to your healthcare provider and get tested.
  • Isolate yourself from other people, including those living in your household, to prevent spread to them and those they can contact, such as grandparents.
  • Call clinlab test service if you have emergency warning signs, like trouble breathing, pain, or pressure in the chest.

How to Get a Test for Current Infection

  • Talk to your healthcare provider about getting tested. You and your health care provider could consider either an in-person test, clinlab for a home test.
  • If you are experiencing COVID-19 symptoms or have not been vaccinated and have been in close contact with someone with COVID-19, it is still important to stay home even if you are not tested.

What Symptoms to Watch For

The most common symptoms of COVID-19 are

  • List of Most Common Symptoms Fever
  • Cough
  • Headaches
  • Fatigue
  • Muscle or body aches
  • Loss of taste or smell
  • Sore throat
  • Nausea

Eat-in separate rooms and zones

  • Stay isolated: A sick person should eat (or be fed) in their room, if possible.
  • Wash utensils and utensils using gloves and hot water: Carry any utensils, cups/glasses, or silverware used by a person with gloves. Wash them with soap and hot water or dishwasher.
  • Wash hands after removing gloves or handling used items.

Stay away from sharing personal items

Avoid sharing personal items.

Do not share: Do not share utensils, cups/glasses, silverware, towels, bedding, or electronic items (such as a cell phone) with a sick person.

A person who is ill

  • A sick person should wear a mask when they are around other people at home and outside (including before entering the doctor’s office).
  • A cover helps to prevent a sick person from transmitting the virus to others. He keeps the breath drops contained and out of reach of other people.
  • Masks should not be worn on children under two years of age, anyone with a respiratory problem, or who can remove the cover without assistance

Eat in different rooms or places

Stay isolated: A sick person should eat (or be fed) in their room, if possible.

  • Wash utensils and utensils using gloves and hot water: Carry any utensils, cups/glasses, or silverware used by a person with gloves. Wash them with soap and hot water or dishwasher.
  • Wash hands after removing gloves or handling used items.

Avoid sharing personal items

Do not share: Do not share utensils, cups/glasses, silverware, towels, bedding, or electronic items (such as a cell phone) with a sick person.

A sick person

A sick person should wear a mask when they are around other people at home and outside (including before entering the doctor’s office).

A mask helps to prevent a sick person from transmitting the virus to others. Keeps the breath drops contained and out of reach of other people.

Masks should not be worn on children under two years of age, anyone with a respiratory problem, or who can remove the cover without assistance.

Once the test is positive, that is the test requirement

DAY-1                 CBC, CRP, FERRITIN,D-DIMER, VIT. D3, LDH & X-RAY CHEST(PA VIEW)

DAILY CHECK    Temperature, Pulse & 02 Saturation, Blood Pressure 3-4 times

DAY 5 & 8   CBC,CRP, FERRITIN,0-DIMER, Vit. 03, LOH

DAY 12              CBC,CRP,FERRITIN,D-DIMER, VIT. D3, LDH & X-RAY CHEST(PA VIEW)

DAY 15            Repeat COVI0-19 PCR Test

DAY 30        COVID-19 Antibody (lGM & lGG)

For any underlying disease like Diabetes, Hypertension, IHD, Asthma, Liver Diseases, Cancers Please add the relevant test or call the CLINLAB doctor for assistance.

For persistent low  BLOOD  Pressure, Low  Oxygen  Saturation,  Increased  Pulse,  High Temperature, or other complications, please call your doctor or CLINLAB doctor online (free consultation, etc.).

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