Application Of Test For Tapeworm Disease By The New Od Method

Anh Nga Parasitic Clinic, Tp. HCM, applying ELISA OD test method for all cases of Toxocara dogiasis examination
Due to the high rate of false-positive tests and the high cross-reactivity leading to errors in the diagnostic test results of Toxocara Toxocara canis larvae. April 16, 2016 Anh Nga City Parasitic Clinic, HCMC. HCM deployed the ELISA OD test method for all samples of Toxocara dogiasis, Strongyloides, Fasciolas, fascioliasis, Echinococcus. The ELISA OD test is important for the diagnosis and treatment of blood parasitic helminths

What is the cross-reactivity and false positive?
What is cross reaction? The helminth parasite infects people belonging to the multicellular group, so a false-positive test when diagnosed with a blood test.
Plasma separation before incubation at 37 ° C
What is cross reaction? A healthy person who has previously contracted Ascaris roundworm. At present, although the disease has cured, the antibody of Ascaris roundworm in the body when tested positive for Toxocara is a cross-reactivity, which will lead to a false diagnosis if not applied
ELISA OD test method for more accurate results
What is the ELISA OD test method?
As a blood test method to diagnose helminths in the body with an automatic immune testing machine, accompanied by a tempering process at 37 ° C for a certain period of time, incubation is the ELISA OD test method minimize false positive, cross-reactivity in diagnosis of helminth disease.
Independent OD incubation prior to analysis by automated immunological assay
The purpose of the ELISA OD immunoassay is to give accurate results, overcome false positives, cross-reactivity before treating Toxocara for tapeworm infection in patients, ensuring safety, right medicines and right diseases.

Application Of Test For Tapeworm Disease By The New Od Method

. Shorten the treatment time for Toxcara dogiasis as well as save travel costs for patients.
What does the ELISA OD immunoassay method mean in the diagnosis and treatment of Toxocara dog roundworm disease?
With a duration of 5 days, 7 days or 15 days, applied to each case of severe or mild illness, Toxocara can be cured after one to three treatments.
The post-treatment immunological ELISA OD test is important in evaluating the effectiveness of Toxocara Toxocara canis treatment. Overcoming cross-reactivity, false-positive after treatment, shortening treatment time, reducing drug use time, creating peace of mind for patients. ELISA OD test after incubation is run on an automatic immunotherapy machine for fast results, reducing waiting time
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Specialist treatment of helminths - rashes caused by helminths
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Application Of Test For Tapeworm Disease By The New Od Method

Is schistosomiasis dangerous?
Why is helminth infection itchy skin?
Some skin itching manifestations of helminth infections
Headache for the whole month due to the "worm" that enters the brain
The skin changes abnormally due to dog flukes
Cardiogenic shock due to dog tapeworm infection
What to do when a skin rash develops for a long time
What signs to identify helminths?
Signs identify strongyloidiasis.

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