Examination Of Secondary Parasites, Advice On Reading Parasite Test Results

Hello doctor. Recently, I had a parasite test and had the following result: Toxocara canis IgG 31.5 Positive (unit: U normal index: <9). So please consult your doctor to help with the above parasite testing indicators as to whether you have been infected with dog helminths and how to treat them. Sincerely thank you

. Tran Ng. S. >> Symptoms of helminths dogs and cats have any signs?
>> Anh Nga Parasite Clinic, Tp
HCM, applying ELISA OD test method to eliminate false positive in diagnosis of Toxocara
First of all thank you for submitting the question
The results of your parasite test mentioned above have the following meanings:
Toxocara canis is Toxocara canis larvae, Toxocara canis larvae when infected into the body through eating raw vegetables, drinking water contaminated with larvae, unclean hands, sticking larvae accidentally into the mouth, through contact, toying with dogs and cats
The parasite test is a blood test, toxocara canis IgG 31.5 Positive means that in your blood, there are antigen antibodies present of dog roundworm larvae or dog tapeworms.

Examination Of Secondary Parasites, Advice On Reading Parasite Test Results

Postive's meaning when testing for a parasite is positive, the parasite test result that Negative means negative (in French) translated into Vietnamese means positive (sick) and negative Negative (not sick). Unit U is ml if <9 U / ml is normal. How many methods of testing for parasites diagnosing schistosomiasis? There are two types of parasite blood tests to diagnose schistosomiasis, one is the same as you have done, the other is the more advanced test we are currently deploying for all diseases. as a result of the examination and treatment is an ELISA OD immunoassay. What is the parasitic test for schistosomiasis? A more expensive test and more accurate results because the composting process before testing helps eliminate false positives
The procedure for taking blood and testing is exactly the same as for your test, except that there is an additional incubation time to eliminate the cross-positive reaction with some other diseases with the same positive result, which can easily lead to misdiagnosis . Thereby the OD test gives more accurate results and eliminates false positive. The plasma is separated from the crane before testing for parasitic disease Does a positive tapeworm test need a clinical examination? In your case we do not know if there are symptoms such as itching, hives, allergies or blurred vision, headache, so we recommend you arrange a reasonable time to visit the clinic. clinical examination, retesting, if you have a disease, you will be treated, managed, monitored, re-examined on time, adjust the drug after one, up to two waves of treatment to be completely cured.

Examination Of Secondary Parasites, Advice On Reading Parasite Test Results

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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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