Malaria one of the most life threating disease. Malaria spreads through the bite of female anopheles mosquito. These mosquitoes are infected by the plasmodium parasite. The parasite enters in your blood stream when the mosquito bites you. After entering the blood stream the parasites make their way to the liver, where the bloom and multiply. Once adult, now enter the blood circulation and start infecting the red blood cells multiplying in 48 to 72 hours, and it forces the infected cells to explode. The Malaria Antigen, Vivax & Falciparum Test is a rapid diagnostics test (RDT). The test looks for makers that will help us confirm the presence of malaria. Malaria fever symptoms represents many other common types of other fever. Malaria is virtually impossible to diagnose without a blood test or with the help of a RDT. RDTs helps you find malaria antigens in the patient’s blood using antibodies. We only require a drop of blood for our test strip, and antigen and the antigen mix to form a peculiar line that indicates a positive result.
A time to time testing will help you doge illnesses. With regular testing, you can stay healthy and active with Self-Test Diagnostic helping you lead the way. We have been in the at-home testing business for years now. We have a tie-ups with the best laboratories in India including iGenetic Diagnostics and One Billion Diagnostics. Our Phlebotomist has a minimum experience of 5 years and has taken both doses of the Covid-19 vaccine. With our accuracy rate of 90%, we are certified by IGNOU. Our services are available for 365 days, and you can customize the packages according to your requirement.
Malaria testing does not require fasting or any other kind of special preparation.
Malaria is characterized by high fevers, shaking chills, flu-like symptoms, and malaise. Tests used to detect malaria parasites are:
A drop of blood is put on a specially treated slide in a blood smear. The laboratory professional then examines the slide under a microscope and looks for parasites. The rapid diagnostic test looks for proteins known as antigens released by malaria parasites.