Immunization Blood Test Panel

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Immunization Blood Test Panel

$125.00

Test Description

Immunization Blood Tests These tests are performed to check the immunization status of an individual. Antibodies are produced in the body after the immunization of an individual against a certain pathology. These tests measure these antibodies so that timely passive immunization can be done Immunization Blood Test Panel We are offering following blood tests in this panel

  • Hepatitis B Surface Antibody immunity, Quantitative  
  • MMR Panel IgG (Mumps, Measles, Rubella)
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  • Varicella-Zoster Virus Antibody IGg
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  • Hepatitis B Surface Antibody immunity, Quantitative
  •   It is used to check the immunity status of an individual against the hepatitis B virus. The presence of antibodies indicates either a person is immune to hepatitis B or gets a recent passive immunity in the form of a vaccine. Blood Samples are required to perform this test MMR Panel IGg (Mumps, Measles, Rubella) This test is used to check the immunity status of an individual against Mumps, Measles, and Rubella. A blood sample is required to perform this test. The presence of certain antibodies provides us with information on whether this individual is immune or Vaccinated. Varicella-Zoster Virus Antibody IGg This test is performed to check your recent exposure or immunity against the Varicella Zoster virus which causes Chicken Pox in an individual. We do measure the IGg antibodies in blood to predict the status of an individual Who and Why should you take these tests These tests should be performed to keep a check on the immunity status as if the person gets MMR and VZ once in life, one cannot get it again so it's easier to rule out the disease during an outbreak. Similarly, the Hepatitis B Surface antibody test is also performed to check the immunity status of an individual against this virus. . If you have following symptoms get yourself checked for MMR immediately
  • For Measles, it is congestion, cough, fever, rash
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  • For Mumps it is fever and swollen parotid
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  • For Rubella it is fever, headache, discomfort, enlarged lymph nodes
  •   If you have following symptoms get yourself checked for VZ immediately It includes fever, sore throat, and a typical rash If you have the following symptoms get yourself checked for Hepatitis B Surface antibody immediately The individuals need to get themselves tested who have exposure to this certain virus. They include sex with an infected individual, drug abuse, living in an area where it is common and people living in prison How to read the results of the following Tests Hepatitis B surface Antibody Test
  • If the result is less than 5mlU/ml, this means the patient is either negative or not immune to the virus.
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  • If the result ranges from 5mlU/ml to12mlU/ml this means we are not able to comment on the results
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  • If it is above 12mlU/ml, this means the patient is immune to this virus.
  •   VZ antibody test
  • If the person is vaccinated: positive (> or =1.1 AI)
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  • If the person is unvaccinated: negative (< or =0.8 AI)
  •   MMR IGg Antibody It is interpreted as
  • 0.8 AI or less: Negative
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  • 0.8 -1.1 requires repeat
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  • Above 1.1 means you are immune
  •   Special Instructions No Special instructions just avoid doing exercise prior to sampling so that it should be taken in a resting state