Also known as vasomotor rhinitis, nonallergic rhinitis is a medical condition that causes chronic sneezing, and congestion.This condition can be diagnosed with, physical examination, allergy test such as skin test, blood test, and imaging tests such as CT scan.Additionally, increasing focus on the development of new medications for the treatment of nonallergic rhinitis, and increasing use of Non-Steroidal Anti-Inflammatory Drugs (NSAIDs) also fuel the market growth.The growth of the market is restricted by increasing competition among key players in the market that act as a barrier of new entrants.The global nonallergic rhinitis market is expected to grow at a CAGR of 5.3% during the forecast period.SegmentsThe global nonallergic rhinitis market is segmented on the basis of diagnosis, treatment, and end user.On the basis of diagnosis, market is categorized into physical examination, allergy testing, imaging test, and other segments.Allergy testing is further segmented into skin test and blood test.Imaging test is further segmented into nasal endoscopy, and computerized tomography (CT) Scan.On the basis of treatment, the market is segmented into nasal sprays, NSAIDs and others.Nasal sprays is further segmented into saline, corticosteroid, antihistamine, decongestants, and anti-drip anticholinergic.On the basis of end user, the market is segmented into hospitals & clinics, research centers, and others.Regional Analysis of the Global Nonallergic Rhinitis Market America holds the first position in the market for nonallergic rhinitis owing to the rising prevalence of nonallergic rhinitis in the U.S., and consequent increase in the demand for new diagnostic and treatment services.
People under-50 will be offered a Covid vaccine in order of age because prioritising key workers would be too complex, according to scientists advising the government.On Friday the Joint Committee on Vaccination and Immunisation (JCVI) revealed its plan for how the second phase of the immunisation programme should be rolled out. The government says all four nations will follow the guidance.The government hopes to have offered the vaccine to all adults by the end of July.Phase two will begin once everyone in phase one, which covers all those over 50, health and social care workers, care home residents, and those with underlying health conditions, has been offered a jab.In a press briefing, the JCVI said the priority for the under-50s should be, in order:All those aged 40-49 yearsAll those aged 30-39 yearsAll those aged 18-29 yearsMatt Hancock will host a Downing Street press conference on Friday afternoon and will confirm the government will follow the JCVI strategy. The latest official figures show 18,691,835 people have so far been offered at least one dose of a vaccine.The government has been under pressure to give priority in phase two to key workers, such as teachers or police officers, irrespective of their age.But the JCVI said targeting occupational groups would be more complex to deliver and could slow down the vaccine programme, leaving some more vulnerable people at higher risk unvaccinated for longer. Professor Wei Shen Lim, the Covid chair for the JCVI, said the the goal of vaccinations was to stop people from dying.“The evidence is clear that the risk of hospitalisation and death increases with age,” he said.“The vaccination programme is a huge success and continuing the age-based rollout will provide the greatest benefit in the shortest time, including to those in occupations at a higher risk of exposure.”A government spokesperson said: “All four parts of the UK will follow the recommended approach, subject to the final advice given by the independent expert committee.“The UK Government remains on course to meet its target to offer a vaccine to all those in the phase one priority groups by mid-April, and all adults by the end of July.”Mary Ramsay, the head of immunisations at Public Health England (PHE), added the age-based approach would “ensure more people are protected more quickly”.“Delivering a vaccination programme on this scale is incredibly complex and the JCVI’s advice will help us continue protecting individuals from the risk of hospitalisation at pace,” she said.“It is crucial that those at higher risk – including men and BAME communities – are encouraged to take the vaccine, and that local health systems are fully engaged and reaching out to underserved communities to ensure they can access the vaccine.”Related...'It Didn’t Hurt At All': The Queen Urges Vaccine Hesitant To Get The JabNasal Sprays Are Part Of The Fight Against Covid-19. Here's HowUK’s Covid Alert Level Should Be Lowered, Say Chief Medical Officers
ENT Devices Market OverviewMarket Research Future (MRFR) reports that ENT Devices Market will exhibit a compound annual growth rate of 6.2% during the forecast period (2018-2023).ENT Devices Market Research Report: By Product (Diagnostic (Endoscopes, Hearing Screening) & Surgical (Powered Surgical, Balloon Sinus Dilation, & others))), End User.ENT conditions are common across the globe.Improving reimbursement policies in healthcare in both advanced and developing countries is having positive influence on the global ENT devices market size.Other factors that are influencing the market include rising geriatric population, growing prevalence of chronic sinusitis, arrival of minimally invasive ENT procedures and increased cosmetic ENT procedures.ENT Devices Market Segmental OverviewMRFR’s report covers a detailed segmental analysis of the Global ENT Devices Market on basis of end user, product and region.By end user, the market has been segmented into ambulatory settings, research and academic institutes, hospitals, home care settings, ENT clinics, and others.Based on product, the market has been segmented into surgical devices, hearing implants, image-guided surgery systems, diagnostic devices, Co2 lasers and hearing aids.The surgical devices segment covers radiofrequency (RF) handpieces, balloon sinus dilation devices, ear tubes, powered surgical instruments, voice prosthesis devices, handheld instruments (otology instruments, laryngeal instruments, head and neck surgery instruments, rhinology instruments, and others), and ENT supplies (nasal stents, splint, and packing material).The competition in the region’s market has heightened in recent years, making it more dynamic.
Transparency Market Research (TMR) has published a new report titled, ‘Inhalation and Nasal Sprays Generic Drugs Market - Global Industry Analysis, Size, Share, Growth, Trends, and Forecast, 2019–2027’.According to the report, the global Inhalation & Nasal Sprays Generic Drugs market was valued at US$ 27,512.41 Mn in 2018 and is projected to expand at a CAGR of 4.80% from 2019 to 2027.OverviewInhalation and nasal spray drugs are the kind of medications employed for relieving runny, stuffy, itchy nose, sneezing, and watery eyes caused by hay infections, among others.The sale of nasal sprays and generic inhalers in expected to increase in the forecast period owing to the rise in the number of patients suffering from chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD), and asthma.North America dominated the global inhalation and nasal sprays generic drugs market in 2018 and the trend is anticipated to continue during the forecast period.This was due to increase in the incidence of COPD and asthma and rising number of awareness programs initiated by governments regarding the availability of generic inhalation drugsAsia Pacific is likely to be a highly lucrative market for inhalation and nasal spray generic drugs and it is expected to expand at a high CAGR during the forecast period.Key factors driving the market in the region are presence of large population base, increasing government support, and rising incidence of respiratory disorders.Moreover, growing preferences of the population for generic drugs in order to curtail health care costs is likely to boost the growth of the inhalation and nasal spray generic drugs market in Asia Pacific Request a PDF Brochure - https://www.transparencymarketresearch.com/sample/sample.php?flag=B_id=1922Low cost involved with generic prescription drugs to Drive MarketAll generic drugs approved by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration have met the same rigid standards as the branded innovator drug and are available at extremely affordable prices.Patent expiration of a branded drug leads to competition among generic manufacturers to produce generic versions at lower prices.The rationale behind such low prices of inhalation and nasal spray generic drugs is that no R investments, advertising, marketing, and promotion are involved in the manufacture of generic drugs.
ENT Surgical Navigation System Market: IntroductionTypical ENT disorders include cholesteatoma, dizziness, dysphagia (difficulty swallowing), ear infection (otitis media), gastric reflux, hearing aids, and hearing loss.Surgical navigation systems include utilization of imaging modalities during the surgical procedure, thereby enabling minimally invasive surgery.Excelim-04, which is the product of Heal Force, is an infrared-laser guided tracking system used to track 3D position and orientation of active or passive markers attached to surgical tools with advanced optical measurement technology that delivers exceptional accuracy (spatial resolution 1.0mm) and reliability.Request a PDF Brochure - https://www.transparencymarketresearch.com/sample/sample.php?flag=B_id=77004Key Drivers and Restraints of Global ENT Surgical Navigation System MarketRise in prevalence of ENT disorders are boosting the market growth.Diseases of auditory system (57.84%) were the most common groups of ENT problems among the pediatric population, followed by pharyngo-esophageal (23.53%) and nasal disorders (18.63%).As per the American Academy of Sleep Medicine, 50 to 70 million adults in the U.S. people suffer from sleep apnea.However, product recall of ENT surgical navigation systems may hamper the market.This Navigation system is used in combination with surgical software for cranial, spine, ENT, orthopedic, and trauma procedures.Request for Analysis of COVID19 Impact on ENT Surgical Navigation System Market- https://www.transparencymarketresearch.com/sample/sample.php?flag=covid19_id=77004Electromagnetic to Dominate Global ENT Surgical Navigation System MarketBased on technology, the global ENT surgical navigation system market can be divided into electromagnetic navigation systems, optical navigation systems, and hybrid navigation systemsOptical navigation system is expected to grow at the highest CAGR during the forecast period of 2020 to 2030.
If Covid-19 vaccines are the superheroes, fighting against the worst effects of coronavirus with a needle and vial, they’re soon set to get a seriously kick-ass sidekick in different guise: the nasal spray.Teams of scientists around the world are hard at work developing sprays that will not only deliver Covid-19 vaccines into the body – great news for needle phobics – but may also help prevent and treat early infection from the virus.The nose, you see, is a key entry point for the SARs-CoV-2 virus. It gets in via the droplets produced when someone infected with Covid-19 coughs, sneezes or speaks. Cells inside the nose have more of a certain receptor – the ACE-2 receptor – than other cells in the body, and these are like magnets for the coronavirus, making the nose far more susceptible to the unwanted invader.There, the virus can lock on to and enter cells using its spike protein – and rapidly multiply. This is why it’s so important to wear a face mask over your nose as well as mouth – but it’s also where nasal spray vaccines come in...Since the nose is a key route for the virus to infiltrate the body, targeting it could not only help prevent people from getting the virus, but also offer an early form of treatment, effectively stopping the virus in its tracks before it travels further into the body and wreaks more havoc.One such spray, called Taffix, has already been found to prevent Covid-19 from occurring. A trial among Orthodox Jews attending a religious festival in Israel in September 2020 found that while the celebration was effectively a super-spreader event – with infections in the local population rising from 18% to 28% – a small group of people didn’t seem to be impacted much. The reason? They used a nasal spray. Of 243 participants, 83 used the Taffix spray during the two-day event and for the following two weeks. The spray is thought to work in 50 seconds and offers protection for up to five hours.When rates of infection were examined, two participants in the nasal spray group tested positive for Covid-19 compared to 16 in the group who declined the product. This equated to a 78% reduction in risk of infection when the spray was used.The spray wouldn’t be a replacement for face masks, warn its creators – rather an additional layer of protection. Dr Dalia Meggido, co-founder and chief executive officer of Nasus Pharma, the biopharma company that developed the spray, said it could be particularly useful in high-risk settings such as on public transport and in shops and schools.Laboratory studies of the spray have also revealed a 99.99% reduction in live virus cells after exposure to its active ingredients: hydroxypropyl methylcellulose (HPMC) and benzalkonium.HPMC, already used in several brands of eye drops, forms a gel barrier over the nasal mucosa and lowers its pH to around 3.5 – the pH below which most respiratory viruses are inactivated. Benzalkonium, meanwhile, has important antimicrobial properties.Other Covid-19 nasal sprays in developmentA nasal antiviral created by researchers at Columbia University was found to block transmission of SARS-CoV-2 in ferrets and researchers are hopeful the same results could be achieved in humans. The compound in the Columbia University spray – a lipopeptide developed by researchers – is designed to prevent the new coronavirus from entering host cells in the nose.Scientists at Lancaster University began working on a nasal spray in March 2020 that aims not only to prevent infection but stop the virus spreading. They ran animal trials on hamsters from July to September, and are currently analysing the results with a team of researchers at the Biomedical Research Institute in San Antonio, Texas before human trials can begin. The Lancaster team hopes to make its nasal spray vaccine suitable for children. “We already have the success story of the influenza vaccine being given to children through the nose so we are confident our approach will work,” virologist and project lead, Dr Muhammad Munir, previously told HuffPost UK.Australian biotech company, Ena Respiratory, has also been working on a nasal spray that aims to help prevent Covid-19 – by boosting the immune system. It works by stimulating the innate immune system, the first line of defence against the invasion of pathogens into the body.When taken once or twice weekly, this nasal spray reduced viral replication of SARS-CoV-2 by up to 96% in ferrets. By boosting the immune response at the primary site of infection, the ability of the Covid-19 virus to infect and replicate was dramatically reduced, a study by Public Health England showed.While nasal sprays are proving to be useful in preventing the virus from entering the body’s cells, some are being developed which could also act as treatments for early infection. One Canadian nasal spray is being tested as a treatment for the virus in clinical trials at Ashford and St Peter’s Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust in Surrey. The nitric oxide nasal spray – called SaNOtize – is designed to kill the SARS-CoV-2 virus in the upper airways and stop it from replicating and spreading to the lungs.In lab tests, the spray proved to be 99.9% effective in killing the virus within two minutes, and in animal tests, rodents who were given the spray and deliberately infected with the virus saw a 95% drop in viral load within a day of infection, while others showed no detectable virus. Nitric oxide – the spray’s key active ingredient– has been shown to block the ACE-2 receptor which is essential for the virus to infect our cells. Rob Wilson, a former British government minister who represents SaNOtize in the UK and EU, said that if the trials were successful, we could have “an effective, safe and accessible treatment within months” that people can use daily to kill the coronavirus and stop it spreading. 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Endoscopic skull base surgery Endoscopic skull base surgery is a minimally invasive technique of brain surgery,that enables surgeon access to inaccessible areas of the brain where certain types of tumors and abnormalities may develop.The skull is made of many bones and cartilages, the base of skull is formed by bones of the eye socket, roof of the nasal cavity, some sinuses and the bones that surround the inner ear.It allows for the removal of cancerous and non cancerous tumors and abnormalities underside the brain, and the top of the spinal column as these areas are difficult to see and reach, without the need for a large incision in the skull; instead, tumors are removed through the mouth, nose, or a small opening above the eyebrow.Traditionally the tumors in the base of the skull were removed through the bony skull, which required large skull and facial incisions, bone flaps, and brain retraction to reach these tumors and remove them through a network of blood vessels and nerves.An endoscope is like a small camera that looks at the pathology or problem.The surgery is performed while watching the screen and the actual target size is magnified over 100 times.The aim is to get to the target pathology or problem while minimizing the trauma to the surrounding tissues.The endoscopic skull base surgery is performed using an endoscope, which is a small, rigid tube with a camera and a small set of surgical instruments attached.
“I don’t ever remember not being needle phobic,” says Alice Morgan, 27, a dance teacher from north London. “Even as a toddler, I remember screaming and trying to run out of the GP surgery – but I have no idea how it started.”Morgan lives with needle phobia (also known as trypanophobia), an intense fear of injections that leaves her shaking and like she can’t catch her breath. “My breathing goes short and shallow and I can’t stop the rising panic,” she says. “I lose all sense of rational thoughts. I feel so hot and dizzy, like I might pass out.”It’s thought one in 10 people in the UK are affected by needle phobia. With 18 million in the UK having had their first dose of the Covid vaccine, a potential 1.8m people with needle phobia have already endured the jab – and those who haven’t are worrying whether they’ll be able to handle it. Hypnotherapy Directory has seen a 1,600% increase in users reading advice on vaccination phobias over the past four months. Morgan has had the first dose of the Covid vaccine, as she runs an elderly support group. “I was quite excited to get it so early and to be part of history,” she says. But the night before getting vaccinated, the fear set in. “I couldn’t sleep at the thought of what would happen,” says Morgan. “The pandemic made me a bad sleeper anyway, but I panicked and worried all night.”Phobias are a coping mechanism – often projected from an experience or someone else’s experience, according to Natasha Crowe, a psychotherapist and hypnotherapist. “We go into fight or flight mode, the body starts to react, we look for the threat around us. And that threat could be a needle,” she says.To make matters worse, talk of injections is unavoidable for those with the phobia right now, as the rollout of the Covid-19 vaccine has taken centre stage. Dr Robin Bon, 42, based in Leeds, has feared needles since he was nine years old – to the point where he’ll avoid injections and blood tests as much as possible. When faced with them, he’ll feel sick, sweat and experience dizziness.“If there are any procedures with hypodermic needles on TV, I have to look away, and I even feel uneasy when people talk about phlebotomy,” says Bon, who is an associate professor of chemical biology at the Leeds Institute of Cardiovascular and Metabolic Medicine, University of Leeds.“Funnily enough, I work in a cardiovascular research institute – being exposed more to pictures of, and information about, the cardiovascular system has desensitised me a bit,” he says. “However, during tutorials for students over the last few years, I must have played a video of a cannulation at least 10 times, and so far I’ve always managed to avoid watching where the needle goes in.”Despite this fear, he was happy when he received the call to have the vaccine – it’s important for him to be protected as he and his wife are carers for their son, who has complex special needs. “We don’t have anyone else who could look after him, so I’m not sure what we would do if we got ill,” he says. On the day of the jab he asked the nurse not to show him the needle or procedure. His kids kept him distracted, too. It was “ok,” he says, “perhaps slightly more intense than a flu jab.”So if you’re in the same position as Morgan and Bon, how can you get through it? The good news is it’s possible to overcome and manage needle phobia. There’s also a nasal spray vaccine in the works for coronavirus, which has been successfully tested on animals and will soon move on to human trials. Bon’s way of dealing with the jab was to weigh up the pros and cons. “Without it, I – or my family – risks getting ill and might then need to deal with a lot more needles and procedures,” he says. The thought of ending up in hospital and having a whole range of procedures done because of catching coronavirus is a lot more frightening to him than having the Covid jab, he adds.For Morgan, limiting exposure to images of the vaccine was key. She also called a friend during the hour-long bus ride to the vaccination centre, which helped calm her. “The whole system at the vaccine centre was brilliant,” she says. “The volunteers and all the staff were so friendly and understanding – the opposite to other medical professionals when I’ve been needle phobic before.“They all stressed to me how brilliant it is that I’m so phobic, but facing it anyway, which is something nobody has ever said to me before.”There were points which exacerbated Morgan’s phobia: being in a vaccination centre meant she was heavily aware there were lots of needles in one place. The cubicles had curtains, but she could see through gaps which made her panic.“The second it was finished, I felt absolutely fine again and the panic and fear disappeared,” she says. She waited around a bit after, as staff were worried she might faint. When fear is triggered, heart rate and blood pressure increase, then rapidly drop. It’s this fall in blood pressure that can cause fainting.Now she knows what to expect, Morgan plans to take headphones and music with her when she goes to have the next dose. “I’ll also make sure I’ve eaten and drank beforehand to reduce my chances of passing out,” she adds.Other things that might help if you have a phobia of needles:Remembering you are in control.Repeating positive affirmations. Crowe suggests someone looking to conquer their fear should think: ‘why am I doing this?’ and ‘what is this about for me?’ It’s about framing it so you tell yourself ‘I’m keeping myself safe’. You can use positive affirmations in this way, repeating something like ‘I’m calm, I’m comfortable, I’m safe,’ she explains.Relaxation. Crowe advises ensuring you’re in the most relaxed state you can possibly be before leaving home. Allow yourself to make sure you’re connected to your breathing, listen to a piece of meditation, some music or do some self-hypnosis, she recommends. “Make sure that you’ve eaten something and drunk something - wellbeing factors are really important,” she adds.Check out this NHS resource on overcoming a fear of needles. Related...I’m Young, Healthy, And Got A ‘Leftover’ Vaccine. I Think I Did The Right ThingHow This Jab-Free Vaccine Trial Is Offering Hope To Needle Phobics7 Reassuring Things About The Covid VaccineThis 10-Minute Wind Down Routine Will Help You Beat Sunday BluesIt's Normal To Want More And Less Lockdown At The Same Time
Lacrimal Devices: IntroductionLacrimal is an ophthalmic protective system that helps keep the eye moist and free of dust particles.Lacrimal devices are usually limited to the eye's nasal punctum and lacrimal ducts.Subsequently, the balloon is inserted into the lacrimal duct in order to hold the nasolacrimal duct intact and allow the drainage of tear fluid from the eye.High demand for safe lacrimal treatment procedures for improved patient outcomes is a significant factor boosting the market of lacrimal devices.For instance, in October 2019, AlphaMed received approval from the U.S. FDA for its Dissolvable Punctum Plugs for Tear Pool.The plugs are meant to be inserted into the canaliculus, temporarily limiting the natural lubricating tears from draining from the eye surfaceRequest For Custom Research - https://www.transparencymarketresearch.com/sample/sample.php?flag=CR_id=79523 Rise in prevalence of obstruction of the nasolacrimal duct to boost market revenue Major factors contributing to a rise in the incidence rate of drainage obstruction are age-related risks, inflammation and injury & trauma, and congenital blockage.Furthermore, increased prevalence of obstruction of the nasolacrimal duct coupled with the ease of lacrimal treatment procedures is likely to boost product demand.Risk of postoperative complications associated with lacrimal devices to hamper market Postoperative complications associated with lacrimal devices is estimated to hinder the global lacrimal device industry in the near future.
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The global COVID-19 diagnostics market size is expected to reach USD 23.67 billion by 2027 according to a new study by Polaris Market Research.The report “COVID-19 Diagnostics Market Share, Size, Trends, Industry Analysis Report, By Product & Service Type (Instruments, Reagents & Kits, Service); By Sample Type (Nasopharyngeal (NP) Swab, Oropharyngeal (OP) Swab, Nasal Swabs, Blood, Others); By Test Type (Molecular (PCR) Testing, Antigen-based Testing, Antibody (Serology) Testing, Others); By Mode; By End Use; By Regions; Segment Forecast, 2020 – 2027” gives a detailed insight into current market dynamics and provides analysis on future market growth.COVID-19 medical tests play an important role in management of coronavirus and thus helping in containing the virus infection.These tests are available as POC and non-POC across various healthcare settings such as hospitals, diagnostic centers, physician clinics, and research laboratories.POC test are comparatively easier than the other swab-based tests but they lack sensitivity and specificity thus providing a non-conclusive result.While these tests are useful in real-time monitoring of infection as a preliminary test, the swab-based tests are necessity for confirmation of COVID-19 infection as they incorporate RT-PCR technology, which provide accurate results.The recent requirements for COVID-19 tests are higher accuracy, faster results, low-cost, and high sensitivity towards coronavirus.Request for a sample of this research report @ https://www.polarismarketresearch.com/industry-analysis/covid-19-diagnostics-market/request-for-sampleThe market drivers for COVID-19 diagnostic includes rapidly increasing COVID-19 infections across the globe, increasing number of patients undergoing diagnosis, government initiatives such as Sero testing, increased preference of physicians and patients towards POC testing, and increased requirement for COVID-19 test by non-profit organizations.According to World Health Organization (WHO) as of September there were 29 million cases of COVID-19 infections worldwide, affecting about 213 countries and increasing rapidly.The relaxation in lockdowns across the countries and increasing number of testing is expected to drive the demand for COVID-19 diagnostics market.
While England’s schoolchildren have been cooped up at home for the entirety of 2021 so far, some of their counterparts across on the continent have been back for weeks – albeit in a manner that would have been alien one year ago.How to reopen schools without causing further spikes in Covid cases is a problem faced by governments across Europe, and all are taking different approaches.Boris Johnson told MPs on Monday that all pupils in all year groups can go back to the classroom from March 8, with outdoor after-school sports and activities also allowed to restart.Face masks are recommended for students in secondary schools, and those same students will be tested for Covid-19 twice a week.The mass testing of secondary school students had been planned and was ready to implement for what was the aborted reopening of schools in the New Year.Instead it was only used for children of vulnerable parents and key workers who were still allowed to attend school. Lateral flow tests, which can give results in 30 minutes, have been administered twice a week, three to five days apart.Here’s what England can learn from its European neighbours.FranceSchools and shops are open but cafes, restaurants and bars are shut, along with theatres, cinemas, museums and galleries. A nationwide curfew is in place between the hours of 6pm and 6am. No date has been set for re-opening. Beginning this week, France will carry out between 50,000 to 80,000 tests on students, rising to 200,000 next week, with an emphasis on testing pupils returning from the February school holidays.Using saliva tests, students will be required to spit into a tube from a kit, at school or at home. The sample is then analysed during the day with a final result within 24 hours. The saliva tests have been a priority for France’s national education minister, Jean-Michel Blanquer, who fears infection rates in schools could increase after the French “winter break” – a week-long February holiday, similar to half-term, that is staggered over three different weeks depending where in France you live.The French government decided to reopen schools after Christmas, despite infection rates remaining high across the country. This saliva test, which avoids a nasal or throat swab, has a sensitivity of 85%. Students are told not to take their sample within 30 minutes of eating or brushing their teeth. For children under six, saliva can be collected using a small pipette.“With the saliva tests, we think that almost everyone will agree to be tested,” Blanquer said, HuffPost France reports.Italy Italy has 95,500 confirmed deaths from Covid – Europe’s second-highest pandemic toll after Britain. Experts say the virus also killed many others who were never tested.While the first wave of infections largely engulfed Lombardy and other northern regions, a second surge starting in the autumn of 2020 has raced through the country.Italy is divided into red, orange, yellow and white zones and restrictions vary accordingly. Orange zone means bars and restaurants are closed and people cannot leave their towns of residence except for work or emergencies. Schools are closed in these regions but open, at least partly, in yellow zones.But even a phased reopening of schools that began on February 1, with many only welcoming half their students, has been hit by problems.One of the biggest obstacles has been the logistics of safely getting children to and from school without the virus spreading to the wider community.Luca Cascone, president of Campania’s Regional Transport Commission, told HuffPost Italia: “From an organisational point of view, we are ready but we remain convinced that schools, especially high schools, represent a critical issue.”Elsewhere, headteachers reported that pupils were being sent to school despite family members testing positive.New prime minister Mario Draghi is also considering reshaping the school calendar to help students catch up on lost learning, potentially extending classes into the traditional summer recess by up to a month.AustriaA lockdown was eased this month despite high infections. Shops and hairdressers are now open and schools have in-person lessons, with daily testing.A night time curfew is in place and there are restrictions on leaving Tyrol province because of an outbreak of the South African variant. No easing measures are planned until Easter at the earliest.Austria has ordered five million rapid tests for schools, and pupils and teachers are required to take at least one test a week.Despite infection rates remaining roughly twice the “ideal” level, Austria reopened classrooms on February 8. However, only pupils who have been tested are allowed to attend lessons, with others able to join online.“Testing is the right answer to bridge the difficult months until the vaccine coverage is complete,” Austria’s education minister Werner Fassmann said.Parents of younger children will be asked to test their children at home, while older pupils will be able to test themselves at school and their classes are split into separate groups.“There will be parents who refuse,” Fassmann said. “But overall this is an opportunity not only to open up the schools, but also to keep them open.”The tests, which take place each Monday on students aged six and above, require a swab only to be inserted into the front area of the nasal cavity and do not require a throat swab, making them easier to perform.An Austrian government video showing students how to conduct the self-test describes the process as “just like picking your nose”.The results are visible within 15 minutes, making them suitable for quickly identifying people who are highly infectious. People who test positive have to notify the authorities for further testing.The government said the sensitivity of nasal tests is comparable to the conventional throat swab tests, citing separate studies by the Charite hospital in Berlin and the Austrian Agency for Health and Food Safety.Teachers are due to get vaccines from late February, although there is no mandatory requirement for them to be vaccinated.Students are required to wear mouth and nose protection in school.Austria, a country of 8.9m people, is in its third lockdown, with only essential shops open. The country has reported 379,071 coronavirus cases and 6,687 Covid-19 linked deaths since the pandemic began last year.SpainRestrictions vary across Spain, with Madrid taking a relaxed approach and allowing customers to eat and drink inside bars and restaurants until 11pm.Most other regions are much stricter, but some have started to ease local travel restrictions and reopen non-essential businesses, though curfews remain in place between 10pm and midnight nationwide.Schools in Spain largely reopened as planned in early January after the Christmas holidays.Despite national figures showing a record 25% rise in infections in January over a 14-day period, figures in early February showed less than 2% of classes were suspended. “[Schools are] one of the areas that have worked best, where there has been the most control. There were no outbreaks,” senior health official María José Sierra said in early January.In fact, figures from the Catalan government found that an infected person in schools passed the virus on to an average of just 0.4 people.While there are some regional variations, students aged six and over are required to wear face coverings, class sizes are often reduced and pupils regularly alternate between attending class and home learning.Related...Exclusive: Black LGBT+ Young People Hit Hardest By Covid Mental Health CrisisIn Full: How Boris Johnson Will Lift The Coronavirus LockdownMajority Of Covid Restrictions Could End On June 21, Boris Johnson Announces'Crucial' Or 'Reckless'? What You Need To Know About Schools Reopening In England
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New York, NY 19 Feb 2021: The global COVID-19 diagnostics market size is expected to reach USD 23.67 billion by 2027 according to a new study by Polaris Market Research.The report “COVID-19 Diagnostics Market Share, Size, Trends, Industry Analysis Report, By Product & Service Type (Instruments, Reagents & Kits, Service); By Sample Type (Nasopharyngeal (NP) Swab, Oropharyngeal (OP) Swab, Nasal Swabs, Blood, Others); By Test Type (Molecular (PCR) Testing, Antigen-based Testing, Antibody (Serology) Testing, Others); By Mode; By End Use; By Regions; Segment Forecast, 2020 – 2027” gives a detailed insight into current market dynamics and provides analysis on future market growth.Request For Sample Copy @ https://www.polarismarketresearch.com/industry-analysis/covid-19-diagnostics-market/request-for-sample While these tests are useful in real-time monitoring of infection as a preliminary test, the swab-based tests are necessity for confirmation of COVID-19 infection as they incorporate RT-PCR technology, which provide accurate results.The recent requirements for COVID-19 tests are higher accuracy, faster results, low-cost, and high sensitivity towards coronavirus.According to World Health Organization (WHO) as of September there were 29 million cases of COVID-19 infections worldwide, affecting about 213 countries and increasing rapidly.The relaxation in lockdowns across the countries and increasing number of testing is expected to drive the demand for COVID-19 diagnostics market.