SEHA Opens 4 New Corona Laser Scanning Centres (DPI)
The Abu Dhabi Health Services Company, “SEHA”, announced the provision of New Corona Laser Scanning Centres with the “DPI” technology, to detect suspected cases of the emerging coronavirus (COVID-19) in 4 new Corona Laser Scanning Centres in Dubai, Fujairah and Ras Al-Khaimah, as it provided through its official application on phones. The smart «health» appointment reservation service, noting that the result of the laser examination (DPI) to enter Abu Dhabi is valid for 48 hours only.
Opening 4 new Corona laser scanning centres
In detail, SEHA clarified that 4 new Corona Laser Scanning Centres have been opened, including two centres in the Emirate of Dubai in the areas of Rashid Port and Al Khawaneej, a centre in the Rumaila region of the Emirate of Fujairah, and a centre in the Emirate of Ras Al Khaimah in the Dafan Al Khor area, in addition to the three examination centres in Abu Dhabi, which include the Zayed Sports City Center. , The Survey Center on the Corniche, the Hili Center in Al Ain, in addition to the examination tent in Ghantoot, located on the Dubai-Abu Dhabi Road.
DPI Corona laser scanning centres in Dubai, Fujairah and Ras Al Khaimah
SEHA clarified that if the DPI (laser technology) examination shows the necessity to perform a nasal swab (PCR), the person will have to perform the examination at the centre and pay 320 dirhams at the site, and after the examination is performed, he must adhere to the home quarantine until he receives the result of the nasal swab, noting that Laser examination (DPI) to enter Abu Dhabi is only available from the age of 12 years, and it is required to bring the original Emirates ID when coming to the appointment and show the QR code of the appointment on the phone.
Laser-based “DPI” technology in Corona Laser Scanning Centres
The laser-based “DPI” technology in the new Corona Laser Scanning Centres relies on examining blood samples and reading the shape of cells in them to determine within seconds the presence of infections such as those caused by the COVID-19 virus. The laser-based DPI technology is characterized by the ease of examination procedures and obtaining the result, and the cheapness of financial cost, as it does not It takes more than three minutes, during which the person is registered through the ID reader.
Then blood is taken from the finger, in the same way, to check diabetes in the blood, through a small scratch with a medical scalpel in the finger, and placed under the device, where the blood cells trapped between two strips covered with a laser beam To determine whether the blood cells are infected with the virus or not, through the laser-based DPI technique, which encouraged many to register for an appointment, especially since the examination fee is only 50 dirhams.