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Monkeypox: India makes another breakthrough in the medical field .. Making a testing kit to diagnose the monkeypox virus | Testing kit for monkeypox virus diagnosis developed by Trivitron, India IV News

Monkeypox: India makes another breakthrough in the medical field .. Making a testing kit to diagnose the monkeypox virus | Testing kit for monkeypox virus diagnosis developed by Trivitron, India

The Monkeypox virus is plaguing countries around the world. The monkeypox boom is worrying in the current context of just recovering from the corona epidemic. As a result, the virus …

The Monkeypox virus is plaguing countries around the world. The monkeypox boom is worrying in the current context of just recovering from the corona epidemic. As a result, scientists have begun extensive research into the virus. Trivitron Healthcare, a medical device manufacturer based in India, has developed a real-time PCR kit to detect monkeypox. It is a four color fluorescence based kit. It works in one tube single reaction format. Trivitron revealed that the result can be known within an hour. Trivitron has warned that immediate action is needed to stop the spread of the Monkey Pax virus. Monkeypox cases have been reported in 20 countries. Scientists warn that there is a risk of infecting others if the spread of the disease is not stopped. Do smallpox vaccines work on monkeypox? Or not? Britain, Germany, Canada and the United States have begun research on the subject.

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On the other hand .. The World Health Organization (WHO) has made a key announcement about the rapidly spreading Monkeypox virus. The Monkeypox virus, which is causing concern in the world in the current context of declining corona cases, has revealed that the corona is not as dangerous. It said there was no complete information on which countries had the vaccines needed to prevent the virus. Monkeypox cases are currently reported in 20 countries. The first detection of the virus outside of West Africa is of concern.

The WHO has identified monkeypox outbreaks in nine African countries. Focusing on the spread of the virus would not be so difficult to prevent. He believes monkeypox could be easily curtailed if proper measures are taken. The WHO has made it clear that vaccines are now available for close contact with infected people.

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