Doktor axborotnomasi 2022, №3.1 (107)

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D. A. Madaripova


Bukhara state medical institute, Bukhara, Uzbekistan


The pandemic of a new coronavirus infection has caused an urgent need to develop, validate and put into practice effective methods of laboratory diagnostics that allow to verify the etiology of the disease, determine the presence of an immune response and its phase, as well as assess a wide range of pathophysiological disorders and complications arising from COVID-19. In the context of the COVID-19 pandemic, the important place of laboratory diagnostics is beyond doubt. It is the means and methods of laboratory diagnostics that are of fundamental importance for identifying those infected, including when the disease is asymptomatic or symptoms have not yet appeared, as well as for objectively determining the severity of the condition.

Ключевые слова

pandemic, COVID-19, PCR, SARS-CoV-2, laboratory diagnostics.


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