Farmacia al Sacro Cuore

Covid PCR Test

Covid PCR Test

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Farmacia al Sacro Cuore in Bologna carries out Covid tests to detect infection from COVID-19 (Coronavirus). The results are usually valid up to 48 hours for Rapid Antigen tests and up to 72 hours for PCR tests.

Per prenotare: telefona (051 356945) o passa in farmacia. Test da lunedì a venerdì. Risultato anche in lingua inglese Risultato valido come Green Pass Prenotazione richiesta

Common conditions covered by a Covid PCR Test

COVID-19, Influenza, Tuberculosis, HIV, Hepatitis C, SARS-CoV-2, Acute respiratory distress, Scrub Typhus

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Farmacia al Sacro Cuore

Via Giacomo Matteotti, 29, 40128 Bologna BO, Italia

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Phone: 051 356945

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La farmacia Al Sacro Cuore effettua i seguenti servizi: - test antigenico rapido - test sierologico - C.U.P. - attivazione SPID - ECG, holter cardiaco e pressorio - glicemia, colesterolo, trigliceridi - esame urine - pressione e pressione oculare - foratura orecchie - test personalizzati (DNA, intolleranze alimentari, celiachia, microbioma...) - consulenze (floriterapeuta, nutrizionista, naturopata, podologo) Servizi "risparmia tempo": - prenotazione prodotti/farmaci con WhatsApp - consegna a domicilio gratuita - fila per il ritiro rapido Numero di WhatsApp per informazioni e prenotazioni: 320 3164758 Orari farmacia: dal lunedì al venerdì 8 - 19.30 sabato 8.30 - 12.30 e 15.30 - 19.30 (possibili riduzioni nel periodo estivo)

FAQs and information on Covid PCR Test

The Polymerase Chain Reaction (PCR) test for Covid is a test that helps analyse whether a person is suffering from a Covid infection or not. The PCR Test for COVID-19 is so far considered to be the gold standard for the detection of the virus itself. It is a very reliable and authentic test and is popularly used to test people worldwide. The RT-PCR antigen test (Reverse Transcriptase Polymerase Chain Reaction) is the standard gold method to quickly and accurately identify any traces of Coronavirus current infection in the body. This is the most common type of test used to prove that you are currently infected when travelling abroad. These tests require a swab, which can be self-administered or performed by a healthcare professional. These swabs are then sent to a specialised laboratory which can often return results in less than 24 hours. This test is a molecular test that works on the principle of detecting the RNA that causes Covid. It is performed by taking a nasopharyngeal swab inserted deep into the nasal cavity to collect the sample. The collected sample from the swab is then manipulated to extract its genetic material. If the sample contains the required genetic material (RNA), it is said to be a positive sample, and thus, the person is labelled as a Covid-positive patient. It is usually recommended that a person gets their PCR test done if they have developed any of the following symptoms: - Fever with chills - Cough - Congestion - Shortness of breath - Muscular or body aches - Loss of taste or smell - Diarrhoea - Nausea or vomiting.

What is a PCR or Molecular test?

The RT-PCR antigen test (Reverse Transcriptase Polymerase Chain Reaction) is the standard gold method to quickly and accurately identify any traces of Covid-19 current infection in the body. This is the most common type of test used to prove that you are currently infected when travelling abroad. These tests require a swab, which can be self-administered or performed by a healthcare professional. These swabs are then sent to a specialised laboratory which can often return results in less than 24 hours.

What is PCR test for covid19?

RT-PCR or NAAT test is the gold standard for COVID19 infection as it is a diagnostic test to check the current disorder. This test detects the COVID19 RNA in samples.

When should you get tested for Covid?

Persons have telltale signs of COVID 19 infection such as fever, fatigue, cough, and loss of smell or taste. Such persons should self-quarantine and await PCR results.

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These details have been last updated on 08/08/21