Immunity Against The Virus

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COVID ANTIBODY IgG ,CBC With Neutrophil-to-Lymphocyte Ratio(NLR), ESR, Bilirubin, Albumin, Alanine, Astarte, Lactate, Dehydrogenase (LDH), Urea, Creatinine, Creatinine Kinase(CK-MB), CRP, D-Dimer, Prothrombin Time (PT-INR)

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ELISA COVID ANTIBODY IgG Result Means< Negative: < 0.90
Borderline Positive: 0.90 - 1.10
Positive: > 1.10
- This test is a screening test to understand your immunity status against Covid infection.
- Positive result indicates to Patient had an exposure in past.
- Negative result indicates To Patient have not got exposed.
- The test is not meant or used for diagnosis of active Covid infection.

OUTCORP AND SUMMARY:

Severe acute respiratory syndrome coronavirus 2 (SARS CoV 2) is a newly Betacoronavirus discovered in December 2019 which is responsible for an international outbreak of respiratory illness termed coronavirus disease 19 (COVID 19), ranging from mild, self limiting respiratory tract llness to severe progressive pneumonia, multiorgan failure, and death. In addition to viral load measured (e.g. PCR) in respiratory tract specimen, serology testing for specific immunoglobulins is another approach to identify individuals previously exposed to SARS CoV 2. Indeed, most COVID 19 patients had an antibody response at ten days or later after onset of the symptoms. This antibody response is characterized by the early rise of type M immunoglobulins (IgM), then followed by type G immunoglobulins (IgG). Furthermore, serum neutralization assays and virus culture have demonstrated the presence of neutralizing antibodies, that correlated to the presence of IgG recognizing the spike and the nucleoprotein of SARS CoV 2.

This can be ordered by a medical professional for routine checkup. When the patient shows unexplained bleeding, bruising, and is feeling unusually tired, this test is necessary. Through the test, anemia can be diagnosed and other relevant conditions. This is reflected in the RBC count, MCV or mean cell volume, and the hemoglobin.
The white blood cells help the body in fighting infection. If the WBC count is abnormal, it can mean that the patient might be suffering from inflammation, infection, and body stress. Bacterial infections can decrease or increase the WBCs dramatically. The platelets are very important as well. If there is a low platelet count, it can mean that the body might be experiencing bleeding.
The test can also be used to test for abnormalities, blood loss, destruction or production of blood cells, chronic and acute infections, blood clotting problems and allergies. As you can see, the CBC test is needed for a medical professional to make an accurate diagnosis. People suffer from different problems and health conditions. Once the test is performed, the patient is assured that the right treatment options can be given.

Getting CBC tested can confirm the suspicions of your doctor. A medical professional can't just give prescriptions unless further tests are conducted. The results of the CBC can be obtained in a matter of minutes but this will also depend on the clinic or hospital where you took the test. Today, you can also make use of online lab testing. This can save you money, effort, and time just call us +91-9811895859

ESR

An ESR Blood Test or Erythrocyte Sedimentation Rate Test aids in the detection of reasons behind the cause of inflammation in a person. The test doesn't really helps in diagnosing the existence of a specific disease or infection in the body but complements other tests ordered by a physician to understand the cause of inflammation. The tests ordered depend upon the types of symptoms experienced by an individual.

ESR Blood Test Results

  • Women below 50 years - less than or equal to 20 mm/hr.
  • Women above 50 years - less than or equal to 30 mm/hr.
  • Men below 50 years - less than or equal to 15 mm/hr.
  • Men above 50 years - less than or equal to 20 mm/hr.
  • New born babies - less than or equal to 2 mm/hr.
  • Children who have reached puberty - between 3 and 13 mm/hr.

Abnormal ESR Blood Test range, however, may be due to the prevalence of the below-mentioned diseases, conditions or infections in the body.

An Individual may have a high ESR level in case of:-

  • anemia
  • thyroid disease
  • disease in the kidneys
  • lymphoma
  • multiple myeloma
  • pregnancy
  • temporal arteritis
  • old age
  • Waldenstrom's macroglobulinemia
  • certain types of arthritis

On the contrary, a person may have lower levels of ESR in the blood because of the presence of conditions such as:-

  • hypofibrinogenemia
  • low plasma protein
  • congestive heart failure
  • leukocytosis
  • sickle cell anemia
  • polycythemia

Bilirubin is a product of haemoglobin breakdown. It is removed from the body via the liver, stored and concentrated in the gall bladder and excreted into the bowel. Elevated levels can cause the skin and whites of eyes to become yellow (jaundice) as the liver is unable to remove enough bilirubin from the blood. This can indicate liver damage.
Bilirubin can also be raised due to a blocked bile duct as well as Gilbert's Syndrome.

Albumin is made mainly in the liver and helps to keep the blood from leaking out of blood vessels. It also helps carry some medicines and other substances through the blood and is important for tissue growth and healing.
Low albumin levels can indicate liver disease and can also be a marker for chronic ill-health, malnutrition and inflammation. It can also occur in kidney conditions such as nephrotic syndrome and diabetes.
Raised levels are usually caused by dehydration.

Alanine is an enzyme which is produced by the liver and can indicate liver damage caused by alcohol, drugs or viruses (hepatitis). Small amounts of ALT are normal, but raised levels may indicate that your liver is inflamed.
Elevated levels of can also be caused by recent vigorous exercise.

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Lactate dyhydrogenase (LDH) LDH may be a protein that normally appears throughout the body in small amounts. Many cancers can raise LDH levels, so it's not useful in identifying a selected quite cancer. Measuring LDH levels are often helpful in monitoring treatment for cancer.
Noncancerous conditions which will raise LDH levels include coronary failure , hypothyroidism, anemia, and lung or disease .

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Creatinine is a chemical waste molecule that is generated from muscle metabolism. Measurement of this is an indicator of the levels of other waste products in the body. Creatinine is an accurate marker of kidney function.
Elevated creatinine can be caused by high intake of animal protein, taking creatine supplements and vigorous exercise but can also indicate that the kidneys are not working properly.
Low creatinine can be caused by a low protein diet, reduced muscle mass or sometime that the kidneys are simply functioning efficiently.

CK-MB Type II possesses the present carboxy-terminal aminoalkanoic acid lysine. This occurs during a myocardial infarct (MI or Heart Attack) when CK-MB Type II is released from damaged heart muscle, and the C-terminal lysine is cleaved in the blood stream, thus creating CK-MB Type I. This difference can be exploited in diagnosis of an MI.
Creatine is one of the body's naturally produced substances, with between 2 and 2.5 g needed daily to support muscle activity. It is primarily stored in striated muscle , providing the phosphate group necessary to regenerate ATP from ADP. Creatine kinase (CK) is one among the first enzymes for regulating anaerobic metabolism. It may be a lso found within the striated muscle and is a common assessment test for muscular damage

C-Reactive Protein (CRP) is an inflammation marker used to assess whether there is inflammation in the body - it does not identify where the inflammation is located. High Sensitivity CRP (CRP-hs) is a test which is used to detect low-level inflammation which is thought to damage blood vessels which can lead to a heart attack or stroke.
Raised levels are a risk factor for cardio-vascular disease.

It may be DOCTOR Prescribe when someone with symptoms of a significant condition (e.g., pain and difficulty in breathing).orwhen someone has symptoms of deep vein thrombosis, such as:

  • Leg pain or tenderness, usually in one leg
  • Leg swelling, edema
  • Discoloration of the leg

It may be DOCTOR Prescribe when someone has symptoms of embolism such as:

  • Sudden shortness of breath, labored breathing
  • Coughing, hemoptysis (blood present in sputum)
  • Lung-related chest pain
  • Rapid heart rate

D-dimer is especially useful when a healthcare practitioner thinks that something other than deep vein thrombosis or pulmonary embolism is causing the symptoms. It is a quick, non-invasive way to help rule out abnormal or excess clotting as the underlying cause. However, it should not be used when the probability of pulmonary embolism is high based on clinical assessment

About Blood Test Result of D-Dimer

A normal or "negative" D-dimer result (D-dimer level is below a predetermined cut-off threshold) means it's presumably that the person tested doesn't have an acute condition or disease causing abnormal clot formation and breakdown. Most health practitioners agree that a negative D-dimer is most valid and useful when the test is completed for people that are considered to be at low to moderate risk for thrombosis. The test is used to help rule out clotting as the cause of symptoms.
A positive D-dimer result may indicate the presence of an abnormally high level of fibrin degradation products. It indicates that there could also be significant grume (thrombus) formation and breakdown within the body, but it doesn't tell the situation or cause. For example, it may be due to a venous thromboembolism (VTE) or disseminated intravascular coagulation (DIC). Typically, the D-dimer level is extremely elevated in DIC.

Prothrombin time (PT) often doctors prescribe along with a partial thromboplastin time (PTT), to assist diagnose the explanation for unexplained bleeding or inappropriate blood clots. The international normalized ratio (INR) may be a calculation supported results of a PT and is employed to watch individuals who are being treated with the blood-thinning medication (anticoagulant) warfarin.

Doctor may be priscribe this test on a regular basis when a person is taking the anticoagulant drug warfarin to make sure that the drug is producing the desired effect or If signs and symptoms of excessive bleeding or clotting, such as:

  • Unexplained bleeding or easy bruising
  • Nosebleeds
  • Bleeding gums
  • A blood clot in a vein or artery
  • An acute condition such as disseminated intravascular coagulation (DIC) that may cause both bleeding and clotting as coagulation factors are used up at a rapid rate
  • A chronic condition such as severe liver disease that may affect hemostasis
About Blood Test Result of PT (INR)

For people taking warfarin, most laboratories report PT results that are adjusted to the INR. These people should have an INR of two .0 to 3.0 for basic "blood-thinning" needs. For some who have a high risk of a grume(Blood Clot) , the INR must be higher - about 2.5 to 3.5.
For individuals who aren't taking warfarin, the reference range for a PT depends on the tactic used, with results measured in seconds and compared to the traditional range established and maintained by the laboratory that performs the test. This normal range represents a mean value of healthy people that sleep in that area and can vary somewhat from lab to lab. Someone who isn't taking warfarin would compare their PT test result to the traditional range given the test result by the laboratory performing the test.
A prolonged PT means the blood is taking too long to make a clot. This may be caused by conditions like disease vitamin K deficiency�

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Viral Infected Result

HEMATOLOGY INDICATORS

 

WBC

Increased

Neutrophil Count

Increased

Lymphocyte Count

Decreased

Hemoglobin

Decreased

NLR

Increased

BIOCHEMISTRY INDICATORS

 

Albumin

Decreased

LDH

Increased

ALT

Increased

AST

Increased

Total Bilirubin

Decreased

Creatinine

Increased

Blood Urea Nitrogen

Increased

CK-MB

Increased

CRP

Increased

COAGULATION INDICATORS

 

D-Dimer

Increased

PT

Increased

ESR INDICATORS

 

ESR

Increased

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When a person infected by any virus, it attacks that person's cells so that the cell cannot survive and defend the person from the virus. The immune system cannot see any viruses; for this process, cells developed a system seen by the other cells. The cell uses one type of molecule named class I major histocompatibility complex proteins (or MHC class I, for short) to show protein pieces upon the cell surface. If any cell is infected, these protein pieces of peptide will have fragments of other proteins made by the virus.
To look at these infections of the cell, the immune system develops a particular cell called the T cell, which circulates in our body and checks the probability of disease. The T cell also includes various types, and one of those is called a cytotoxic T cell. This cell kills all infected cells with toxic mediators. Cytotoxic T cells also contain protein on their surface through which they can recognize the infection on other cells. This protein is known as the T cell receptors (TCRs). It recognizes the infection of the cell and sends the information to the T cell to kill all infected cells and other non-infected cells can be survived.
Some viruses are truly smart as they can avoid checking the cell and preventing themselves from T cells. If this situation happens, then T cell cannot kill any infected cell, and the virus can grow quickly.
Now, the immune cell can kill all those cells that reduce their MHC class I molecules on their surface, these types of cells are natural killers also known as NK cells for short. When this cell finds that the other cell has reduced MHC molecules, it kills all those cells by releasing toxic substances.


How the Immunity Against the Virus?


Now, how the immune system can help us fight any virus substance, simple, it develops the antibody against the virus. These antibody detects that particular virus or infection from every infected cell and kills then by releasing the toxic substance. This process helps to reduce all infected cells and produce new and upgraded cells as well.


The process to Know How Anti-Bodies Works


In the first step, antibodies ensure the virus's neutralizing process so that it cannot affect any other cell of the person.
Now, more than one antibodies work together to kill agglutination virus particles. These agglutinated viruses can be killed much more accessible than a single virus particle for immune cells.
Then, antibodies activate the Phagocutes, which help every cell to detect and eradicate the virus itself. Through this process, all cells can fight the virus without any issue.
Finally, your cells are free from viruses, but the antibodies also develop the complement system, which works for some more time and makes sure the virus is completely gone from every cell of the body.



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