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test also called a molecular test which detects genetic material of the virus
using a laboratory technique called reverse transcription polymerase chain
reaction (RT-PCR). Sample is taken by inserting a long nasal swab
(nasopharyngeal swab) into the nostril and taking fluid from the back of the
nose, in addition inserting a long swab into the back of your throat
Get tested if you have symptoms of
COVID-19 or have been exposed to someone who tested positive for COVID-19.
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caesarean section (C-section) is an operation to deliver a baby through a cut
in your tummy. Caesarean sections may be planned before the birth. This is
known as an elective caesarean. This may happen if there are pregnancy
complications that prevent your baby being born by vaginal birth. In some
cases, an elective caesarean is requested by the mother.
You have a right to be involved in
making decisions about the type of birth you will have. If you are having a
planned caesarean section, talk with your doctor about the risks and benefits.
if you plan a vaginal birth, sometimes things don’t go as expected and you may
need a caesarean. It may be the safest option if you or your baby is at risk.
An emergency caesarean may need to be done very quickly, and there may not be
time for you to consider all the options.
(emergency) caesareans can happen
when there are problems either with your health or your baby’s health in your
pregnancy or during your labour.
endoscopy is a test to look inside your body offering an opportunity to collect
tissue samples (biopsy) to test for diseases and conditions that may be causing
anemia, bleeding, inflammation or diarrhea. It can also detect some cancers of
the upper digestive system. Endoscopies are minimally invasive and involve
openings of the body such as the mouth or anus.
procedure can help determine what's
causing digestive signs and symptoms, such as heartburn, nausea, vomiting,
abdominal pain, difficulty swallowing and gastrointestinal bleeding.
lenses improve vision at near, far, and intermediate distances. Many people who
used to wear corrective lenses no longer need them after having multifocal
lenses during cataract surgery. They can see far away and easily work on the
computer without their glasses or contact lenses.
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