Allergy Sensor (IgE antibodies)
The term allergy refers to a hypersensitivity of the immune system to foreign substances, which usually are not dangerous (= allergens). Your immune system creates antibodies to allergens during the first contact with the allergen sources (= allergisation); any further contact can trigger a violent defensive reaction (= symptom).
It examines, among other, the allergen components::
- Plants: grass, herbs, pollen from sunflowers
- Animals: dogs, cats
- Insects: house dust mite, cockroach, honeybee
- Molds: Aspergillus, Alternaria, Cladosporium
- Foods: cow's milk, hen's eggs, carrot, celery, kiwi, peach, apple, wheat, shrimp, peanut
A few drops of capillary blood are enough for running the test. Sampling this blood is usually a painless process. This type of test provides a precise determination of allergenic individual components, without direct contact with the test substances, as it is the case for skin tests.
- IgE antibody test to more than 100 allergens
- Analysis for allergens which trigger an immediate immune response
- Determination of the cross-reactions
- Action and treatment recommendations based on your result
- Pain-free analysis without the risk of anaphylactic shock