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Patch Test in Jerago con Orago

Laboratorio Lifebrain

Via Moncucco, 15 21040 Jerago con Orago (VA)

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Opening Hours
Monday
07:30 – 16:00
Tuesday
07:30 – 16:00
Wednesday
07:30 – 16:00
Thursday
07:30 – 16:00
Friday
07:30 – 16:00
Saturday
07:30 – 13:00
Sunday
Closed

Allergy Test Laboratorio Lifebrain

Get a Patch Test (Allergies Test) in Jerago con Orago with Laboratorio Lifebrain.

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In cosa consiste il Test RAST Il Test allergie RAST è un tipo di esame molto più sensibile e accurato rispetto ai classici test cutanei per la diagnosi di allergie (Prick Test). Il test, misura infatti gli anticorpi prodotti durante la reazione allergica, o IgE, specifici per uno o più allergeni. Si esegue con un prelievo di sangue venoso, è adatto a tutte le età, anche in età pediatrica, e non è influenzato da terapie farmacologiche. Per quanto riguarda il Test RAST alimentari, è possibile selezionare due pannelli diversi, ognuno contenente 12 tra i più comuni allergeni alimentari: PANNELLO 1: Albume d’uovo, Latte, Pesce (merluzzo), Grano, Lievito, Arachide, Semi di soia, Nocciola, Pomodoro, Carne di maiale, Mela, Caseina. PANNELLO 2: Gambero, Mitile, Carne di pollo, Granoturco, Riso, Patata, Pesca, Banana, Kiwi, Ananas, Sedano, Prezzemolo. IL Test allergie RAST inalanti analizza invece alcune tra le sostanze che più di frequente causano allergia respiratoria. PANNELLO 3: Erba Canina, Betulla, Assenzio, Codolina, Piantaggine, Erba vetriola, Olivo, Cipresso, Muffa, Acaro, Forfora Di Gatto, Forfora Di Cane.

Common conditions covered by an Allergies Test

Peanut allergy Seafood allergy Pollen allergy Mold allergy Pet dander allergy

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Patch Test FAQs

One in three people is allergic to common allergens that may be present in our environment and foodstuff. Every person's response to an allergen (anything that causes allergy) can be different. Therefore, it is essential to carry out an allergy panel test to know the triggers and better control that situation by preparing in advance to prevent accidental exposure to allergens.

The test involves a simple finger prick or blood test to determine the allergy to a specific substance beforehand, and it allows us to be vigilant to prevent future exposure.

Yes, sometimes anti-allergy drugs are prescribed according to the patient's symptoms, whether there is skin itching, hives, cough or sneezing like in asthma.

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These details have been last updated on 12/10/22