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Typhidot IgM Rapid Card

Typhidot IgM Rapid Card

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Typhidot IgM Rapid Card Test

The Typhidot IgM Rapid Card test detects typhoid fever caused by Salmonella typhi using immunochromatography. It identifies IgM antibodies produced during the infection, providing a rapid and accurate diagnosis, vital in typhoid-prone regions with limited resources. A small blood sample, often from a finger prick, is applied to the test card with antigens. If typhoid is present, the patient's IgM antibodies react, showing distinct lines for a positive result; otherwise, it's negative.

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Frequently asked questions

Yes, the test is generally applicable for individuals of all age groups, providing a quick and effective diagnostic solution for typhoid fever.

While the Typhidot IgM Rapid Card test is user-friendly, it is recommended to have it administered by a healthcare professional for accurate interpretation and guidance.

The frequency of testing depends on the patient's condition and healthcare provider's recommendation. Follow-up tests may be necessary to assess treatment effectiveness.

Generally, no specific dietary restrictions are required. However, it is advisable to follow any pre-test instructions provided by healthcare professionals.

Yes, the test is designed to detect early signs of typhoid infection by targeting specific IgM antibodies produced by the immune system.

Yes, the test explicitly targets antibodies related to Salmonella typhi, ensuring its specificity for diagnosing typhoid fever.

The Typhidot IgM Rapid Card test generally demonstrates high sensitivity and specificity, but results should be interpreted alongside clinical evaluation for accuracy.

The safety of the test for pregnant women should be discussed with healthcare professionals, considering individual circumstances and potential risks.

Availability may vary by region, but efforts are being made to make this rapid diagnostic tool accessible, especially in areas with a high prevalence of typhoid fever.

A negative result is encouraging but not definitive. If symptoms persist, healthcare providers may advise further tests for a thorough evaluation.

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