The state will offer a minimum package to those infected persons, who are taking COVID treatment at home, - Tengiz Tsertsvadze, Director of Tbilisi Hospital of Infectious Diseases, announced it.
According to him, it might be D-dimer tests.
“D-dimer test may be used to help rule out deep vein thrombosis and harmful blood clot. There were several signals from the infected patients, who are taking COVID treatment at home. So, they can make general blood and D-dimer tests," Tsertsvadze said.
According to him, these tests guarantees to avoid development of thromboembolic complications.
However, a few days ago, a 41-year-old citizen infected with the coronavirus died at the Covid Hotel in Batumi with a diagnosis of thromboembolism. She was found dead by doctors at the hotel room.
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