Some people do not generate detectable IgG antibodies due to underlying immune disorders or immunosuppression. As such, this specific antibody test is not recommended for immunocompromised patients at this time.
Antibody testing is not intended for use in individuals with active symptoms. Please seek medical advice from your primary healthcare provider as soon as possible. Please call back when you have been symptom-free for 3 days, and we will schedule your antibody testing.
You do not have current indications for antibody screening as you have low risk factors for a previous infection. If you would like to discuss further, please contact us by phone to discuss your specific situation.
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Serology testing for SARS-CoV-2 is now available, in order to better quantify the number of cases of COVID-19, including those that may be asymptomatic or have recovered. Serology tests are blood-based tests that can be used to identify whether people have been exposed to a particular pathogen by looking at your immune response.
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All patient-facing staff are wearing masks, glasses, and other appropriate protective equipment, and surfaces are regularly wiped with disinfectant.
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