This ICMR (Govt. agency) approved blood test helps detect presence of Antibodies against COVID-19 infection. This test should NOT be used for the diagnosis or detection for COVID-19 and should ONLY be used to detect presence of Antibodies against the COVID-19 infection.If you test positive, it means you have been exposed to virus sometime back with or without your knowledge and now your body has developed antibodies to fight the infection.If you test negative, it means that you have not come in exposure to virus so far. This is just like a routine blood test (no swab collection). Doctor prescription is NOT required for this test.Also, fasting is NOT required. Any healthy individual can take this test who doesn't have Covid symptoms or hasn't come in contact with covid affected patient in last 14 days. If you have Covid-19 related symptoms then we recommend you to NOT take this test and you must consult your Doctor instead.
All our phlebotomists, it's a medical fancy word for people trained to draw blood, undergo mandatory temperature checks before they enter and exit the workplace.
Our Phlebotomists call and check with customers regarding the presence of COVID-19/Flu cases in the family or neighbourhood before visiting. And take precautions accordingly.
Our Phlebotomists are required to sanitize their hands before and after every visit. As a safety precaution they sanitize their hands after every third party touch.
After every collection our Phlebotomists are required to change their gloves and wear new ones.
Blood collection requires the phlebotomist to be very close to the customer. That is why we request customers to wear masks.
To prevent the risk of infection our phlebotomists make sure that other members of the family have shifted to another room before they start drawing blood.
The phlebotomists are trained to use only sterilised/fresh needles and wear new gloves before touching the customer.
Our phlebotomists make sure that they maintain safety at their homes as well. This includes having bath twice a day, washing clothes worn everyday to kill the virus along with other regular safety practices.