Coronavirus (COVID-19)

This novel virus is a new strain of Coronavirus and caused by the new Coronavirus first exposed in Wuhan China has been known as COVID-19. CO stands for corona, VI for virus & also D for the disease. Formerly, this infection was referred to as the 2019 novel Coronavirus or 2019-nCoV.

World Health Organization linked it to the same family of viruses as Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome (SARS) and described it as a Pandemic. Below are its symptoms;

  • Fever
  • Running nose
  • Dry cough
  • A sore throat
  • Shortness of Breath

If you experience any of these symptoms, then you can contact myDoc Urgent Care because we’re one step away.

Antibody Testing

Antibody tests, also called as Antibody blood tests check your blood by observing the antibodies that show if you had a previous viral disease. Depending on when a person was infected and also the time of the test, the test may not find antibodies in a person with a recent COVID-19 disease.

Antibodies are the proteins that protect your body by combating any invaders. Antibody tests are available in our Doc Urgent Care. Still, it may not be used to diagnose a person as being currently sick with Coronavirus, and to see you have an infection; we do a viral after your permission.

Coronavirus Treatment

Following are the critical points of Coronavirus treatment;

There is recently no treatment, particularly for COVID-19 approves for this novel virus, although different vaccines and procedures are under study.

Remdesivir is an Ebola medicine and is very potent to treat other viral infections. But the use of this anti-viral drug is not approved by the FDA (Food & Drug Administration); therefore, we also discourage this drug.

We are currently experimenting with different treatments in our laboratories to check their efficiency. Examples of some of the treatments that we are using to help patients are below;

  • Retroviral or anti-viral medications
  • Breathing support like mechanical ventilation
  • Blood plasma transfusion
  • Steroid to decrease lung swelling

What is COVID-19?

Do you need Urgent Care and looking for a safe treatment? Then you are in the right place. Our Doc Urgent Care Business is all you wanted for yourself in this pandemic condition as you know very well that Coronavirus is prevailing at a rapid speed without turning back, so we must step forward and help our people in every way possible.

In this article, we will discuss with you what COVID-19 is and how you can take the necessary steps to avoid its symptoms. If you need urgent medical help for you and your loved ones, how can you contact us? We will also highlight our struggle to find a better treatment for Coronavirus for humanity.

What are the Precautionary Measures against Coronavirus?

Following are some precautionary measures regarding 

COVID-19 outbreak that we wanted to share with you and most of you may know these necessary, but we cannot ignore the few people who may not be familiar with them;

  • Stay at Home & avoid gatherings
  • Wash your hands with soaps at least for 20 sec & use sanitizers frequently
  • Keep social distancing
  • Wear a mask in COVID-19
  • Ensure diet that will boost your immunity

For further details, you can call us because of myDoc Urgent Care at service for you to ensure customers’ safety.

How You Can Contact Us

You can contact myDoc Urgent Care if you experience any Coronavirus symptoms or if you are just wanted to clear your doubts and are unable to go to the hospital.

  • Business Name: myDoc Urgent Care
  • Address: 116-20 Queens Blvd, Forest Hills, NY 11375
  • Contact No: (718) 401-1510
  • Email Address : mydoc@healthpronyc.com

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