Entries by SDI Labs


Infection vs Infectious In COVID-19

Understanding The Differences Between Infection and Infectious In COVID-19 – Implications For Prevention And The Emergence Of A New Variant With the varying terminology related to COVID-19, it’s very easy for patients, their families and yes, sometimes even practitioners to get confused about the precise meaning of some terms.


It Is Going To Be Double Whammy This Winter

The actual risk is that we will have two circulating respiratory pathogens at the same time. We know the flu is a deadly virus which can itself cause disease and death. It is more lethal, especially for elderly people and those who have underlying health conditions. The devastation caused by the rash of coronavirus has made it more frightening for the citizens of the U.S.

Testing Is Important and Will Remain Important

Testing has helped the population to take necessary measures to prevent the spread of coronavirus causing COVID-19. Even when the vaccine becomes available, testing will help in prioritizing population who are more in need of immunization. Amidst this pandemic, testing has proved to be very useful in controlling the spread of the virus.

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Testing is Key: The Tools Available to Detect SARS-CoV-2

It has been over six months since the world started grappling with the COVID-19 pandemic. The novel coronavirus, SARS-CoV-2, had never been seen before. That meant even our top researchers, scientists, and medical experts knew nothing about the virus.  Today, we have a better understanding of the virus and how it affects patients compared to […]

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Super Spreaders: How They Unknowingly Endanger Their Communities

What asymptomatic and presymptomatic carriers mean for the COVID-19 pandemic As communities begin to reopen amid the COVID-19 pandemic, public officials, medical professionals and health experts ask that if community members feel sick that they stay home in order to prevent spreading the virus.  However, as more is discovered about the SAR-CoV-2 virus, which causes […]