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Chikungunya Viral Load Quantitative Test

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The Chikungunya Viral Load Quantitative Test is a specialized diagnostic procedure aimed at detecting and quantifying the amount of Chikungunya virus in a patient’s blood. This test is crucial for the accurate diagnosis and management of Chikungunya, a mosquito-borne viral disease that causes fever and severe joint pain. By measuring the viral load, healthcare providers can assess the severity of the infection, monitor the progression of the disease, and make informed decisions regarding the treatment plan.

At DNA Labs UAE, this test is offered for 450 AED, providing a reliable and efficient service for those who suspect they might be infected with the Chikungunya virus. The test is conducted using advanced molecular techniques to ensure high sensitivity and specificity, delivering accurate results that are essential for effective patient care.

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Chikungunya Viral Load Quantitative Test

Are you experiencing symptoms of Chikungunya? Get your viral load quantitatively tested at DNA Labs UAE for only AED 450.0.

Test Details

The Chikungunya viral load quantitative test is a diagnostic test used to measure the amount of Chikungunya virus in a person’s blood. This test is typically performed using a technique called polymerase chain reaction (PCR), which amplifies the genetic material of the virus to detectable levels. The test is useful in determining the severity of the infection and monitoring the progression of the disease. It can also be used to assess the effectiveness of antiviral treatment.

Components

  • Test Name: Chikungunya Viral Load Quantitative Test
  • Price: 450.0 AED
  • Sample Condition: Serum, plasma, whole blood
  • Report Delivery: 3rd Working Day Email: 36 hours. On phone: 24 hours
  • Method: Real Time PCR
  • Test Type: Viral
  • Doctor: Physician
  • Test Department: Genetics
  • Pre Test Information: Need to sign Consent document and bring any clinical history of patient for Chikungunya Viral Load Quantitative Test

How the Test Works

During the test, a blood sample is collected from the patient and processed in a laboratory. The viral RNA is extracted from the sample and amplified using PCR. The amplified viral genetic material is then quantified to determine the viral load in the blood. A high viral load usually indicates an active and ongoing infection, while a low viral load may suggest a less severe or resolving infection. However, it is important to note that the viral load does not necessarily correlate with the severity of symptoms experienced by the patient.

Consult with a Healthcare Provider

The Chikungunya viral load quantitative test is typically performed by healthcare professionals in specialized laboratories. The results are usually reported as the number of viral copies per milliliter of blood. It is important to consult with a healthcare provider to interpret the results of the test and determine the appropriate course of action.

Test Name Chikungunya Viral Load Quantitative Test
Components
Price 450.0 AED
Sample Condition Serum, plasma, whole blood
Report Delivery 3rd Working Day Email:-36 hours. On phone: 24 hours
Method Real Time PCR
Test type Viral
Doctor Physician
Test Department: Genetics
Pre Test Information Need to sign Consent document and bring any clinical history of patient forChikungunya Viral Load QuantitativeTest
Test Details

The Chikungunya viral load quantitative test is a diagnostic test used to measure the amount of Chikungunya virus in a person’s blood. This test is typically performed using a technique called polymerase chain reaction (PCR), which amplifies the genetic material of the virus to detectable levels.

The test is useful in determining the severity of the infection and monitoring the progression of the disease. It can also be used to assess the effectiveness of antiviral treatment.

During the test, a blood sample is collected from the patient and processed in a laboratory. The viral RNA is extracted from the sample and amplified using PCR. The amplified viral genetic material is then quantified to determine the viral load in the blood.

A high viral load usually indicates an active and ongoing infection, while a low viral load may suggest a less severe or resolving infection. However, it is important to note that the viral load does not necessarily correlate with the severity of symptoms experienced by the patient.

The Chikungunya viral load quantitative test is typically performed by healthcare professionals in specialized laboratories. The results are usually reported as the number of viral copies per milliliter of blood.

It is important to consult with a healthcare provider to interpret the results of the test and determine the appropriate course of action.