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n95 mask spain online - 'Dr. Oz Show' host Dr. Mehmet Oz joins Harris Faulkner to discuss the coronavirus outbreak on 'Outnumbered Overtime.' The country continues to grapple with the shortage of testing kits for the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) amid the increasing number of those requiring one. Several governors have called for the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) to expedite the production and shipping of additional test kits. But test kit scarcity isn’t the only issue. The nation’s been struggling to turn around results at a fast-enough pace.

n95 mask spain online, CORONAVIRUS: WHAT YOU NEED TO KNOW With only one location to perform tests for the whole country, there was limited capacity [to confirm or rule-out a positive diagnosis],” Samuel Sia, Ph.D. and professor of biomedical engineering, Columbia University, told Fox News. “This allowed labs located closest to tested subjects to cut down specimen transport time.” Initially, the CDC was the only lab with this capacity. CDC headquarters are located in Atlanta. With the increasing spread and number of caseloads across the country, this puts those farther away at a disadvantage.

n95 mask spain online - There was also a manufacturing issue, said E Hanh Le, MD and senior director of medical affairs at Healthline. DR. OZ'S CORONAVIRUS SURVIVAL GUIDE When the CDC first distributed the test kits to labs across the U.S. the results weren’t able to confirm if a person under investigation (PUI) were positive or negative for the virus. These samples had to be shipped to the CDC for a proper diagnostic outcome. “The initial CDC test kits contained a reagent, or chemical, used in processing the samples that led to inconclusive results,” Le said. “It wasn’t functioning properly. This meant the labs processing (outside the CDC) were producing inconclusive results.”

n95 mask spain online - It also takes time to transport specimens even if overnighted. Combined with short-staffed labs and back-logged kits, testing can take up to two days for a result. The COVID-19 test requires three culture swabs. One from the nose, one from the throat and one from the lower lungs. This requires a person to inhale deeply, cough and spit up saliva and mucous into a sterile collection cup. HOW CORONAVIRUS STACKS UP TO OTHER CORONAVIRUSES SARS AND MERS Regulations designed to maintain the integrity of the samples and to protect those who are handling the shipping and packaging might also delay transport. Although streamlined and in the care of medical professionals, there are specifications on how the samples are packaged within the container. Specimens must also remain within a narrow temperature range at 2-8 degrees Celsius when shipped.