COVID-19 FAQs for patients and relatives


*Answers to Frequently asked questions by Covid-19 patients / Relatives* Fever may or may not be there, cough may or may not be there. Fever, malaise (weakness), bodyache, cough & cold. These symptoms are present in >70% of patients, but covid-19 can be there in absence of these symptoms too. Loss of [...]

COVID-19 FAQs for patients and relatives2022-06-04T10:57:54+05:30



Cold A cold is a short-term viral infection that usually occurs in the winter. It causes inflammation of the tissues lining the inside of the nose, which produces a stuffy nose and difficulty breathing. It also causes sore throat, sneezing, and a runny nose. Along with these symptoms, people sometimes complain about headache and [...]


All you need to know about novel corona virus – COVID-19


All you need to know about novel corona virus - COVID-19 A-Z about COVID-19 1.What is corona virus? Coronaviruses are a large family of viruses which may cause illness in animals or humans. They are enveloped viruses with a positive-sense single-stranded RNA genome. In humans, several coronaviruses are known to cause respiratory infections [...]

All you need to know about novel corona virus – COVID-192022-06-04T10:22:30+05:30

Antibody and COVID-19


1. Basics of antigen-antibody Antigen are protein, polysaccharide or lipid. Antibodies are proteins produced and secreted by B cells (lymphocytes) in response to presence of antigen-pathogen Antibodies are present on the surface of B cells (surface immunoglobulins) serving as antigen receptors or are secreted into the extracellular space where they can bind and neutralize [...]

Antibody and COVID-192022-05-18T10:03:54+05:30
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