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Malaria Test

Also Known as: MP Antigen Test, Peripheral Smear Test for Malaria
Peripheral Smear for Malarial Parasite
₹ 160

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Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ's)

Malaria Test is a malaria diagnostic tool that allows users to determine whether they have the disease or not.

The best way to determine when you should take a malaria test depends on your specific situation or if you are having malaria symptoms and other health status.

Malaria Test is a simple, quick and easy to use malaria test that can be used to screen for the presence of malaria parasites in human blood or other body fluids. The test is based on the detection of the antimalarial agent malarone in samples.

A person's normal range of malaria test results is typically between 0 and 3 parasites per mille. However, this can vary depending on various factors, including the person's age and health.

The most accurate way to diagnose malaria is by using an antibody panel which detects several different antigens. However, this method is not available in many places. The other two methods, microscopy and radiography, are primarily used to rule out other diseases but can also be used to detect malaria.

Fasting is not required for the Malaria Test. However, it may help improve your results.

Yes, home sample collection is available for Malaria test.

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