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Syndromic and targeted gastrointestinal testing

The spectrum of pathogens that can cause gastrointestinal infections- bacteria, parasites and viruses, requires an assortment of classical detection methods in order to target and identify the causative agent. Many of these classical methods suffer from variable specifity and sensitivity, and in cases, when patients have symptoms and signs that are not specific enough, but are indicative of a disease, the use of syndromic testing eliminates the guess work and facilitate clinical decision making.

Multiple Real-time PCR test allow for several of the most common gastrointestinal pathogens to be tested at once, while providing excellent analytical specificity and sensitivity.

UNDERSTANDING ETIOLOGY IS THE KEY FOR A SUCCESS

►             ОNE SAMPLE, FOR MANY PATHOGENS

►             ETIOLOGICAL DIAGNOSIS ENABLES APPROPRIATE TREATMENT

►             PREVENTIVE MEASURES FOR INFECTION CONTROL

►             SAVES TIME AND MONEY

PATHOGENMETHOD
 COMPLETE GASTROINTESTINAL PANEL FOR DETECTION OF 17 GASTROINTESTINAL PATHOGENS ( 6 VIRUSES, 9 BACTERIA, 2 FUNGI) Multiplex         Real-Time PCR Му
 PANEL VOR VIRAL GASTROINTESTINAL PATHOGENS: NOROVIRUS G I, NOROVIRUS G II, ROTAVIRUS, ADENOVIRUS, ASTROVIRUS, SAPOVIRUS MultiplexReal-Time PCR
ROTAVIRUS IN FECESImmunochromatography
ROTA + ADENOVIRUS IN FECESImmunochromatography
NOROVIRUS IN FECESImmunochromatography
NOROVIRUS + ROTAVIRUS ADENOVIRUS IN FECESImmunochromatography
COPROCULTURECulture
RECTAL SWABCulture
FECES/RECTAL SWAB FOR CANDIDACulture
CLOSTRIDIUM DIFFICILE – TOXIN А and Б, IN FECESImmunochromatography
GIARDIA LAMBLIA, CRYPTOSPORIDIUM IN FECESImmunochromatography
CAMPYLOBACTER IN FECESImmunochromatography
CELLOPHANE TAPE TESTМicroscopy
Parasites and protozoa in fecesMicroscopy
Helicobacter pylori IgA (serum)CLIA
Helicobacter pylori IgG (serum)CLIA
Helicobacter pylori  antigen in fecesImmunochromatography
You can see the prices of the test on the link: http://avicenalab.com.mk/en/analysis-pricelist/