Immunization/Vaccination Panel

Immunization/Vaccination Panel

$189.00$269.00

The Immunization/Vaccination Panel involves three tests used to confirm immunity to certain infectious diseases. Most health care facilities, schools, and jobs require proof of testing completion for each of these tests prior to interacting within their environments.

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  • Immunization/Vaccination Panel

    Our Immunization/Vaccination Panel is a set of tests that are used to provide confirmation of immunity to several preventable infections.  These tests are required by many schools and colleges prior to attending classes.  Most health care facilities require these tests be completed prior to working or training as well.
    Includes 2 exams
    Measles, Mumps, Rubella (MMR):
    This test is done to determine immunity to measles, mumps, and rubella. Childhood immunizations help the body develop antibodies that protect against any future infections. However this protection can fade over time. This test confirms immunity or signals the need for a “booster shot.”
    Varicella:
    This test confirms immunity to the virus that causes “chickenpox” in children and adolescence and “shingles” in adults. Most of the time, once a person has already had the chickenpox, they develop a lifelong immunity because the body develops antibodies that protect against any future infections. There is varicella vaccination that is available as well, that can help ensure one’s immunity to the virus.

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The Immunization/Vaccination Panel involves three tests used to confirm immunity to certain infectious diseases. Most health care facilities, schools, and jobs require proof of testing completion for each of these tests prior to interacting within their environments.

Measles, Mumps, Rubella (MMR): Determines an individual’s immunity to Measles, Mumps, and Rubella by measuring antibody levels. Also, used to diagnose MMR.

Hepatitis B Surface Antigen (HBsAg): Screens for the Hepatitis B virus as well as confirm immunity to the virus through the presence of the Hepatitis B antibodies and antigens.

Varicella Zoster Virus (VZV): Determines an individual’s immunity to Chickenpox (children) and Shingles (adults) by measuring antibody levels. Immunity is noted through the development of IgG antibodies.

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