Nine joint examinations of respiratory tract
With the development of new test items in the laboratory, the respiratory tract nine joint inspection is popular in more and more hospitals. The package combination makes the detection of clinical respiratory tract infection more efficient, specific and comprehensive.
The nine joint tests of respiratory tract are also called combined tests of IgM antibodies against nine respiratory pathogens: (Legionella pneumophila serogroup 1 IgM antibody + Mycoplasma pneumoniae IgM antibody + Rickettsia Q IgM antibody + Chlamydia pneumoniae IgM antibody + adenovirus IgM antibody + respiratory syncytial virus IgM antibody + influenza A virus IgM antibody + influenza B virus IgM antibody + parainfluenza virus 1, 2 and 3 IgM antibody)
Indirect immunofluorescence method was used to detect IgM of nine pathogens. Because the body is stimulated by antigen, the first antibody produced is IgM, but the half-life of IgM is short (about 5 days). If the serum specific IgM antibody content increases, it indicates that there is a recent infection, which is helpful to the early diagnosis of infectious diseases.
Map of negative results of respiratory tract
Map of positive results of respiratory tract
MSHOT high performance fluorescence microscope MF31
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