Dengue Screening in Sonipat
Dengue Screening Package by MFine Diagnostics
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What is the Dengue Viral Fever?
Dengue feveris a viral infection that is spread via a mosquito bite. The Aedes mosquito is the common carrier of this virus and passes this infection from one person to the next. If a person visibly sees dengue symptoms, it is ideally recommended to get a dengue fever test because dengue effects make the person prone to a great risk of developing a severe disease.
What are the symptoms of dengue viral fever?
Some of the common symptoms of dengue are high viral fever, vomiting, joint pain, rashes, fatigue, low blood pressure and bleeding. Since the symptoms are similar to a common viral infection, dengue may be often overlooked. But if left untreated, it can lead to failure in the circulatory system and liver dysfunctioning. If there is a second attack of the virus, then the patient is at a greater risk as their immune system is compromised. Hence, it is advisable to immediately opt for a dengue fever test, and also consult with your doctor for effective treatment. Another condition called dengue hemorrhagic fever is a severe form of dengue viral fever and dengue’s effects. This condition is often life-threatening. The main symptoms of this condition are excessive bleeding in the gums, severe abdominal pain, breathing difficulties and blood in the urine. In that case, it is essential to get the diagnostic test for the dengue viral fever performed immediately and start appropriate medications. Raise your quality of medical care and reduce several kinds of risks by reading our medical guides to explore health tips, management, and treatment of all areas of healthcare.
Dengue Fever Tests - Dengue Screening & Dengue Home Test
Dengue fever tests are recommended for patients showing visible symptoms of dengue or who have had prolonged exposure to fever. Sometimes, people are advised to undergo a diagnostic test if the dengue effects and the dengue viral fever is high and recurrent The dengue fever test in city_name_label involves dengue screening which is a series of blood tests to check for the viral antibodies to confirm the presence of dengue and to check the platelet counts. You can conveniently perform a dengue home test, or in case of more severe symptoms of the dengue viral fever, it is recommended to consult a doctor to take further action. The general dengue fever tests in city_name_label include general blood count tests and dengue screening for antibodies. At MFine, you can also opt for a dengue home test in city_name_label wherein the clinicians from Healthians or Medall Healthcare will come home to collect the blood sample. After a complete analysis of the dengue home test, your reports will be available online after 48 hours.
Why do you need a Dengue Fever Test?
If you are suffering from the symptoms of dengue, like a high fever for a long time or a recurrent fever once every 24 hours, then your doctor will suggest a dengue fever test which will involve the dengue screening. You will also have to get checked for rashes or joint pains accompanied by prolonged fevers. If your area is endemic for dengue and you experience these symptoms of fever with joint pain or rash, a dengue screening is a must for prompt diagnosis and management. After you receive your reports, immediately check for the dengue effect on your body with the general doctors in Bengaluru for medicines and further treatments. Reach out to mfine to book a dengue home test in city_name_label and to ensure that you do not risk carrying the infection for a long time, without your knowledge. If you are looking for a dengue home test, or general dengue fever tests in city_name_label we at mfine offer the best diagnostic test and free general doctor consultations in city_name_label for effective treatments and permanent cures. You can also avail a complete firstname.lastname@example.org health check-up package or choose a package depending on your health condition.
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Frequently asked questions on Dengue test
Are MFine's lab partners NABL accredited?
All our lab partners are NABL (National Accreditation Board of Testing and Calibration of Laboratories)-accredited labs. Thyrocare, Prima Diagnostics, Neuberg, Healthians, to name a few, are our top lab partners. Most of our lab partners have state-of-the-art infrastructure facilities for diagnostic tests.
Can I avail at-home sample collection for the Dengue test on weekends?
Yes, we provide sample collections on all days of the week. The timings can vary based on the test and the availability of lab partners.
Is fasting required for the Dengue test?
No. Fasting is not required for taking the Dengue test.
What samples are collected for the Dengue test?
A blood sample is collected for testing Dengue fever. An acute-phase sample collection involves serum collection between 0-5 days of the symptom. If a test is negative and symptoms do not resolve your doctor may ask for retest
When will I receive my test results for the Dengue test?
You will receive your test results within 48 hours of sample collection. You can download your reports on the MFine web and app platforms.
Will I get the result interpretation for my test results?
You will have a free doctor consultation along with your test results for the Dengue test. Our senior doctor will help you understand your results accurately and advise medications and lifestyle changes wherever required.
Can the Dengue test detect cancer?
While a few of the tests included in the package may indicate the chances of cancerous growth, it is not definitive. It is always advisable to follow up with a doctor and undergo further testing.
Dengue test vs. Complete blood count test - which is better?
When you have tiredness, weakness but don’t know which test to take, you can go for a Complete blood count test. This test includes all the tests to check the level of blood composition. If the condition is accompanied by mild fever, symptoms of bleeding, fall in blood pressure, then it is better to go for the Dengue test since IgM antibody levels will be measured to detect if it is due to a virus.
Can the Dengue test detect COVID?
No. The Dengue test cannot detect the COVID. But both conditions are fever, body pain, and tiredness. Dengue tests can confirm only Dengue fever. COVID has to be confirmed using RT-PCR or a CT scan.
What is the treatment for Dengue fever?
Treatment of dengue fever is symptomatic. The doctor may prescribe you to take acetaminophen (paracetamol) to treat pain and fever. You should avoid taking aspirin, other salicylates, and non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs. You may require intravenous volume replacement when Dengue hemorrhagic fever or Dengue shock syndrome.
What is the WBC count in Dengue fever?
When you have Dengue fever, the following condition will occur, and the following levels generally characterize it:
Leucopenia (White Blood Cells (WBC) < 5000 cells/mm3),
Thrombocytopenia (< 150,000 cells/mm3),
Rising hematocrit (5–10%) should not be any evidence of plasma leakage.
The presence of IgM in Dengue fever means you have got Dengue fever very recently. The IgM antibody test will be positive even for the Chikungunya test. Thus, confirmation has to be done by antigen-specific test. If IgG is positive and IgM is negative or low, that means you had Dengue sometime in the past.
What do positive IgG and IgM mean in Dengue?
The accuracy of the NS1 antigen rapid test is considered high, with a sensitivity of 55%-82% and specificity of 97%-100%. Since the NS1 quick test aims to detect Dengue NS1 antigen, it should be performed within five days of the onset of fever.
Is the Dengue test accurate?
To increase the platelet count naturally, consume green leafy vegetables, vegetable juice, coconut water, pomegranate, pumpkin, papaya leaf juice, milk, raisins, herbal tea, neem leaf juice, and wheatgrass. Since the treatment for dengue fever is symptomatic your doctor may give medication to relieve body pain and fever. The most recommended medication is acetaminophen.