Follow-up test allergy inhalation mix
To which substances do you inhale are you allergic?
With a positive result of the allergy screening 'Screen inhalation allergens' (SX1)
(Timothy grass, rye, birch, mugwort, cladosporium herbarum, house dust mite, cat dandruff, dog dandruff), the test is automatically continued to find out which of these allergies it is:
Specific IgE (rast) for:
- Grasses and cereal pollen Timothy grass (g6)
- Rye (g12)
- Herbal pollen mugwort (w6)
- Tree pollen birch (t3)
- Microorganisms cladosporium herbarum (m2)
- Epithelium and feathers dog-ears (e5)
- Cattery (e1)
- Mites dermato. pteronyssinius (d1)
Consists of a mixture of the most common inhalation allergens in the Netherlands (house dust mite, cat dandruff, dog dandruff, grass pollen, tree pollen, herb pollen, fungi). If this test is positive, specific allergens can then be used to determine which allergen you are sensitized to.
What substances are you allergic to exactly?
Because your inhalation mix gave a positive result, you can see what causes the allergic reaction during the follow-up test:
- Tree pollen (alder, birch, hazel, oak, willow)
- Grass pollen (couch grass, English seed grass, Timothy grass, rye, whitebush)
- Herb pollen (mugwort, plantain, nettle)
- Fungi (Pen. notatum, Clad. herbarum, Alt. tenuis)
- House dust mite
- Skin flakes dog
- Cat dander