by Kate Kneisel, Contributing Writer, MedPage Today April 11, 2022
A 53-year-old man presented to the hospital after
COPENHAGEN: For many people worldwide, having cotton swabs thrust up their nose or down their throat to test for COVID-19 has become a routine and familiar annoyance.
But two years into th
by Sophie Putka, Enterprise & Investigative Writer, MedPage Today January 6, 2022
In the early days of the pandem
Saliva PCR tests may detect disease earlier in the course of an infection
After her children were exposed to COVID, Megan, a woman in Illinois, took them to get tested. A rapid test f
Alexia Ocampo had been counting the days until the prom. But first, she’d face the finely tuned noses of a pair of COVID-sniffing dogs.
In the two days before the May 6 dance, Ocampo an
May 27, 2022 13:01 ET | Source: CoviLab CoviLab
Rapid Covid-19 tests are better at detecting the omicron variant using nasal swabs rather than throat swabs, according to a recent preprint study published in medRxiv, leading some experts to re
NEW DELHI, 11/08/2021: A medic collects nasal swab sample of a passenger before board a train, for RT-PCR testing of covid-19 pandemic, at Delhi Cantt Railway station in New Delhi on Wednesday,