Sales Revenue Of Blood Virus Testing Market To Surge Shortly Owing To Rapid Adoption Across Key Industries

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Diagnostic virology is formulating diagnosis of viral disease and is moving rapidly mainstream in clinical medicine. Blood tests play a crucial role in diagnosing viral infections through various tests such as antibody testing, viral DNA or RNA detection tests. These tests can show the exact virus causing an infection in the body.

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Recently a test has been created which can determine patient history for viral infections through one drop of blood where the antibodies remain active even after the infection is moved out. The test compares viral infection in large population with great accuracy and is proven to be an alternative for viral testing methods which detects specific types of viruses.

According to Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, there were 59 outbreaks of viral hepatitis during 2008 to 2015 from which hepatitis B virus and hepatitis C virus infections accounted for greatest burden of disease.

As viral hepatitis infections are asymptomatic and were not completely identified or reported. A report by WHO (World Health Organization) revealed that, there are more 357 million new infections detected annually and along with 500 million people with genital infections.

Due to growing epidemiology of viral infections the blood virus testing market is estimated to drive growth over the years. Diagnostic virology has evolved from the traditional viral diagnostics and has achieved diagnosis by scanning a single drop of blood.  

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