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Viral Marker Test

Also Known as: Viral Markers Rapid Test
Includes 3 tests
Rapid Card Test - HCV
Rapid Card Test - Hepatitis B Surface Antigen
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Rapid Card Test - HCV (HBsAg) Rapid Card Test - HIV I & II

Description - A viral marker test is a diagnostic procedure conducted in an accredited laboratory. It is a series of tests that help in identifying viral infections. A viral marker test is a blood test that can help medical practitioners gauge the level of infection in a person’s system. Max Lab offers a cost-effective viral marker test in several metropolitan cities and towns across the country. Highly-experienced doctors, pathologists, and technicians ensure that the test results are accurate and d ....Read More

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ's)

A viral marker test is a blood test that looks for antibodies to a specific virus. Antibodies are proteins that the body produces in response to an infection.

There are many diseases that can be diagnosed with a Viral Marker Test. Some of the more common ones include HIV, Hepatitis B and C, and HPV.

Symptoms such as nausea, fatigue, high fever, vomiting, abdominal pain, and loss of appetite can be indicators of infections from viruses.

You don’t need to do anything special to prepare for a viral marker test. Just make sure you have a fresh, clean needle and tube for the blood draw.

If you have any questions about the test, be sure to ask your healthcare provider before the test is done.

Yes, the Viral Marker Test is safe. This test is non-invasive (it does not require a blood draw) and simply requires a swab of the inside of your cheek. The results of the test are usually available within 48 hours.

- The first precaution is to make sure that the person being tested does not have any active viral infections. This includes infections such as the flu, cold, or herpes. If the person being tested does have an active viral infection, the results of the test may be inaccurate.

- Another precaution to take is to make sure that the person being tested is not pregnant. This is because the results of the test could be affected by the presence of hormones in the body during pregnancy.

- Finally, it is important to make sure that the person being tested is not taking any medications that could affect the results of the test. Medications such as corticosteroids or immunosuppressants can interfere with the accuracy of the test.

Most viral marker tests do not require fasting. If you are unsure whether or not you need to fast for your particular test, please consult your healthcare provider.

Yes, a home sample collection is available for Viral Marker Test.

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A viral marker test is a diagnostic procedure conducted in an accredited laboratory. It is a series of tests that help in identifying viral infections. A viral marker test is a blood test that can hel
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