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Blood tests for infections are crucial to determine the presence, type and treatment of infections. Examples include HIV, hepatitis and COVID-19 tests. However, Pfeiffer, Chlamydia, Coxsackievirus can also be found in the blood.Read more


    • Pfeiffer


    € 79,-

    Pfeiffer's disease is demonstrated by antibodies to the Epstein-Barr virus (EBV...

    • Chlamydia trachomatis IgG Antibodies

    Chlamydia trachomatis IgG Antibodies

    € 35,-

    Chlamydia trachomatis is the most prevalent sexually transmitted disease in the Netherlands....

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    This test set maps the entire iron household

    • Candida Albicans yeast infection

    Candida Albicans yeast infection

    € 76,-

    If, due to overgrowth, the Candia fungus has passed through your leaky gut and into your blood,...

    • HIV, Syphilis, Hepatitis

    HIV, Syphilis, Hepatitis

    € 79,50

    This blood test is the Risk Test Combi: HIV Syphilis Hepatitis. The test is fast ano...

    • coxsackievirus


    € 119,-

    The coxsackievirus is an enterovirus. Enteroviruses are very small viruses in the intestine....

    • pfeiffer EBV PCR test

    pfeiffer EBV PCR test

    € 169,-

    PCR blood test Epstein-Barr virus (EBV). Using molecular techniques (PCR), EB...

    • antibodies against HTLV-I/II

    antibodies against HTLV-I/II

    € 39,-

    HTLV type-1 is endemic to the Caribbean, Africa, and southern Japan.
    In N...

    • Dengue IgM and IgG

    Dengue IgM and IgG

    € 89,-

    Blood test for dengue (also known as dengue fever) to detect the presence of the denguevi...

    • Pfeiffer - Epstein Barr Blot

    Pfeiffer - Epstein Barr Blot

    € 69,-

    Pfeiffer's disease is demonstrated by antibodies to the Epstein-Barr virus (EBV...

    • Covid-19 memory-T cells

    Covid-19 memory-T cells

    € 159,-

    Corona T-cells memory cells Blood test by Laboratory. EUROIMMUN

    • Listeria bacteria PCR

    Listeria bacteria PCR

    € 179,-

    After consumption of contaminated food (raw milk products, raw salad, raw meat etc) ka...

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Want to know if you have a certain infection in your body? Through these blood tests you can measure it.

Get clarity on infections

Do you have Pfeiffer's disease, Chlamydia, Coxsackievirus or Corona virus. You test for these and many more in this category. Take the sure thing and get the facts.

A blood test for infection is done to:

  1. Confirm or rule out the presence of the infection.

  2. Identify the type and severity of the infection.

  3. Assess the body's immune response by measuring levels of antibodies or pathogens in the blood.

  4. Determine the best treatment options.

  5. Track the progress of treatment.

  6. Detect potential complications.

  7. To help protect others if the infection is contagious.

A blood test can provide important information for accurate diagnosis and effective treatment of infections.

Antibodies are measured for several reasons:

  • Infectious diseases: Antibody tests are used to determine whether a person has been exposed to a particular infection. For example, antibody tests can show whether a person has developed antibodies to diseases such as COVID-19, hepatitis, HIV or other infectious diseases.
  • Vaccination: After vaccination, measuring antibodies can help determine whether the person has developed a sufficient immune response against the pathogen in question. This can be important in assessing the effectiveness of vaccines.
  • Autoimmune diseases: Antibody tests are used to diagnose autoimmune diseases, in which the immune system produces antibodies that attack the body's own tissues. Examples include lupus, rheumatoid arthritis and celiac disease.
  • Allergies: In the case of allergies, antibody testing can help identify specific allergens to which a person is allergic.
  • Monitoring treatment: Antibody tests can be used to monitor the response to immunotherapies or other treatments, such as some cancers.
  • Screening: Antibody tests can be used for screening purposes, such as in screening blood donors to detect infectious diseases such as HIV or hepatitis.

The timing of antibody tests can vary depending on the specific purpose. Sometimes they are performed shortly after a suspected exposure to an infection, while in other cases regular monitoring may be needed to track the immune response over time.




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