Eid number meaning is a service to enables the collection of HIV samples in Thailand by a network of collaborating hospitals and clinics, reducing the need for liquid blood specimens that are difficult to transport. It also allows the rapid transfer of results to patients, and reduces logistical and cost issues for smaller rural communities. The EID services are provided by the Clinical Microbiology Service Unit of AMS-CMU, which was established in 2007 to serve as one of 16 reference centers for the country.
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The service is based on dried blood spots (DBS), a sample that requires no refrigeration and can be collected at any time, day or night, without having to wait for an ANC visit. DBS samples are easier to handle than liquid blood and are a convenient alternative to traditional fingerprick tests. They can be easily sent to the laboratory and processed using existing equipment. The samples are then made into a report that is sent directly to the patient. The reports are easy to read and contain the results of the test, along with any additional information, such as the HIV status of the patient or any previous diagnoses.
During Eid al-Fitr, Muslims celebrate their religious devotion and show compassion to others by visiting family, friends, and the sick. They dress up, eat delicious food, and give generous gifts. For those who can’t afford to buy gifts, they make charitable donations. The celebration is followed by a day of prayer and fasting.