• Coronavirus: The Efficacy of Antibody Tests

    Researchers hope that the Kovid-19 antibody test may help the UK control the epidemic. But the WHO has doubted the efficacy of the tests. The purpose of these antibody tests is to find out if anyone has suffered a coronavirus.

    However, experts say the tests may not prove effective if the victim is not re-infected. In addition to the UK test coordinator issued a warning to avoid buying private tests.

    In Britain, the government has spent more than $ 3.5 million on these experiments, but has done no work. Therefore, no test has been approved yet. According to Professor John Newton, people should avoid purchasing private service until a work solution is approved.

    He further states that this work is productive and a success is a goal. The result of the efforts will soon be a serology test that can help measure the degree of antibodies found in blood plasma.

    Therefore, taking unproven tests is not yet a good idea because they cannot be counted. The reason is that they may give an incorrect reading and put you at a great risk. Once we get a work test, we will make it available across the country.

    In Geneva, WHO representative Drs. Maria Van Kerkhov cast doubt on rapid serology testing due to insufficient evidence. She said that many countries suggest rapid clinical serological tests to find out if a person's immunity is not strong enough.

    At the moment, we do not have strong evidence to prove that serological tests can help a person fight a coronavirus infection. Although these tests can help measure the degree of antibodies in a subject's body, it does not mean that the person is immune to the virus.

    Dr. According to van Kerkhov, it is a good news that there are many tests to learn more and more but we need to make sure that the tests are valid. It is important to ensure that the rest of the results are accurate and reliable.

    There are many problems with antibody testing. One of the most common problems is that at this time there are no tests that can work on a large scale. Even if there is one, we cannot say that they are free from potential issues. Therefore, further testing is needed to ensure that these tests will not result in more issues down the road.

    There is no guarantee that if you have antibodies against coronavirus then you are completely immune. You can still be immune to the virus whether it is partial immunity or complete immunity.

    And even if your antibodies protect you from getting sick, you may be able to disturb the virus in your body and pass it on to others.

    There will be many challenges before an immunity passport - when you pass the antibody test you can go back to life normally - would be practical.

    This is a problem with a virus that has only been around for a few months - still too much that we don't understand.

    However, the main appeal of antibody testing is to find out how many people have actually been infected with the virus. In addition, his colleague Drs. Michael Ryan said that there are a lot of ethical issues in these tests as well.

    For example, you may have someone who is believed to be seropositive and protected but protected, in fact, they may be at risk of the disease. So, in fact, they may be exposed to the virus.

    In addition, doctors and nurses expressed their concern about the revised guidelines regarding Kovid-19. The purpose of these guidelines is to allow doctors in England to reuse personal protective equipment.

    Coronavirus (SARS-CoV) - a deadly infectious airborne disease

    Coronavirus, also known as SARS-CoV, was responsible for the fatal SARS (Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome) in Asia in 2003 and the virus quickly moved across borders and caused secondary cases, from disease outbreaks Panic spread throughout the world. Growth in a global epidemic. SARS is a deadly and infectious airborne disease. Death can occur as fast as within 24 hours in infected people.

    Heads of governments scramble to hold meetings, and the Chinese government (from where its outbreak began) has been very aggressive on the industry, including closing offices and schools to curb the disease and prevent it. Measures were taken and for this we imposed domestic quarantine for 30 days. Citizens. The efforts paid off, and in 18 May 2004, the outbreak was declared successfully contained.

    The World Health Organization (WHO) recommends rapid isolation for all suspected annd of SARS in an effort to curb outbreaks, as it reduces contact with others.

    However, for carers of sick patients with flu-like symptoms of suspected SARS cases, some homecare preventive measures should be taken so that the entire family living in the same household is not infected.

    The patient may be given a separate room to stay away from the rest of the family. Home and personal hygiene should proceed with activities such as washing hands, washing clothes and cleaning the floor to keep the environment clean. If possible, install a good air purifier that can destroy and reduce the amount of coronovirus flying in the air, which can potentially infect other family members.

    Coronavirus COVID-19: Learn the most important lessons for the future

    The coronovirus epidemic managed to highlight two crises in parallel: a health crisis and an economic crisis. Please note that I am not suggesting that the epidemic caused these crises. Health was already in crisis and so was the economy. The epidemic only served to expose the filth that had already existed. As they say, you never know who is swimming until the tide goes out.

    Now, we start with the health crisis. The virus has already demonstrated its deadly effects mainly on sick people. And with what disease are these people sick? As it turns out, most victims of COVID-19 are people with various cardio-vascular conditions and diabetes, both of which are already among the leading causes of death in the world. Importantly, modern medicine has reduced cardio-vascular conditions and diabetes under the so-called metabolic syndrome, which is, in essence, caused by excessive intake of junk food. Yes that's right Metabolic syndrome (ie high blood pressure, high blood sugar, hyperinsulinemia, excess abdominal fat, high triglycerides and low level of "good" cholesterol) is mostly caused by junk food and can only be replaced with lifestyle changes (99 No medication is needed in%) of cases). Therefore, it consumes less imperative to apply the rule when it increases health and not only to prevent disease but also death (in fact, death in particular, and death in particular from COVID-19). Comes to stop. Crucially, if you give up junk food, you're actually killing many birds with one stone: First, you reverse the metabolic syndrome, thus improving your cardio-vascular markers and sugar metabolism. (Many other health markers such as mental clarity, energy level, sleep) mood, etc.). Secondly, you will naturally start consuming less food than you normally would. Here's how it works: Junk food is designed to get you addicted and wanting more (everything), so by not consuming junk food you can control your appetite, your addictive habits Can shut down, increase your satiety and start eating fewer calories. (Incidentally, reducing calorie intake is a major factor in longevity). Last but not least, you will try to save money by dropping your food bill (not to mention saving on toilet paper!), Which brings me to the next point - the economic crisis.

    So suppose you have committed not to eat junk food and you now have surplus cash. (Remember: not eating junk means that you are not constantly hungry and / or accustomed to eating which in turn requires very little real food to make you feel satiated). Now, what do you do with this surplus cash? Use it to buy more stuff, go to restaurants more often or travel more? Not at all! You apply the same rules to your eating habits as you eat: consume less! Save more! Just imagine if we had implemented that rule diligently and consistently before the epidemic! Imagine if you have one to two years' expenditure on rainy days. Imagine if businesses were in that situation. Imagine if governments were in that situation. Are we facing an economic crisis today? Not at all! And how do we ensure that we do not experience it again in the future? Simple enough - consume less. We must learn to live below our means and save more. If we do not learn this, then we have not learned anything from COVID-19. If we do not learn to consume less (everything), then we are waiting to teach the same thing again.

    Incidentally, do you think it's the random fate that the United States is being hit hardest by the epidemic? not likely! As "fate" nears, the USA is home to the largest number of obese people with the most debt. Talk about overconsuming and paying the price for it.

    Finally, I would like to address an infamous argument that the planet cannot accommodate many of us and is forcing populations through epidemics. I firmly believe that the planet can accommodate all of us. If only we changed our consumption habits…

    Exposure to coronavirus as an additional risk factor

    The mysterious coronavirus is acting in a way that even scientists find difficult to explain. The disease introduces unexplained events and cases that are inconsistent with the explanation that disease severity depends on age and background diseases. The following are several examples:

    The fact is that young and healthy individuals in their 20s, who contract the disease, die.

    The fact is that elderly individuals over the age of 100 have been recovered from coronaviruses.

    The fact is that there are people who contract without even realizing the disease.

    The fact is that there are (not many) people who recovered from coronavirus and contracted it again.

    The fact is that some scientists believe that there may be two strains of the disease, one mild and one more aggressive.

    These cases should lead, even those who are not experts in this field, to the conclusion that there is another influential risk factor. This factor may actually be, as described below, the level of exposure to the coronavirus, or, in other words, the number of viruses exposing the body.

    The body's immune system is similar to that of a national army. Young and healthy men strengthen their army. When foreign and hostile viruses attack the body, soldiers of the immune system immediately rush to protect it. The notion by which healthy people, without any background disease, can remove the virus is based only on the quality of their immune system, but does not consider the quantity, that is, between the number and number of cells of the immune system Numerical balance of power. Number of invading viruses. To understand the extent to which virus exposure may be important, we will present two examples of contractions - one by a healthy young person who spends time with corona patients for many days without any distance, and another, one. Healthy young man who touched the surface only several hours after being exposed to the virus. Clearly, a person's immune system exposed to a "small" number of virus cells can overcome them more easily than a person's immune system exposed to a large amount of virus cells.

    A different exposure level of the corona virus may explain how elderly people with background diseases overcome the virus, why young and healthy individuals die from it, why people experience the disease without feeling any symptoms, and why people , Which are rarely exposed to virus levels, fail to develop adequate antibodies and contract the disease again. This also explains why there are scientists who believe that there are two strains of the disease, one mild and one very violent.

































































































































































































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