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Dengue Ns1 Antigen

Dengue Ns1 Antigen

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The dengue virus, which causes the disease, infects people when a mosquito bites them. The typical symptoms of a patient include high-temperature fever, rash, and discomfort in the muscles, bones, and area behind the eyes. The important period, however, from days 3 to 7, is when a small number of people may get severe dengue, which can be fatal. 

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Dengue NS1 Antigen Test, Elisa

Frequently asked questions

The NS1 test for dengue is used to diagnose the illness. The ideal timing for this would be between the patient's first and ninth days of symptom onset. Post-infection with a different serotype of the dengue virus, patients may experience severe sickness with the following symptoms: nausea and vomiting that don’t stop, bleeding from the gums and nose, blood in the stool, and restlessness.

If the test is negative the result is interpreted as normal.

The medical professional draws blood from the vein using a needle during the test. Blood collection may be a little unpleasant throughout this process. Disperse the required amount of blood in a vial or heparinized tube after collection.

Yes, there is a chance of a false negative during the test. False-negative NS1 tests for dengue serotypes 2 and 4 have been noted. NS1 assays have been proven to be less accurate in cases of secondary dengue. Both false-positive and false-negative dengue diagnoses are possible. The medical professional uses a needle to withdraw blood from a vein. Blood collection may be a little unpleasant throughout this process.

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