i am vdrl 1:8 then now i am hiv combo test 0.10 this is aids
3rd GENERATION ASSAY :
GENEDIA HIV 1/2 ELISA 3.0 is based on direct ELISA principle.
DETECTION OF SEROCONVERTORS :
GENEDIA HIV 1/2 ELISA 3.0 is able to detect IgM and IgG antibodies against HIV 1 &tor HIV 2 simultaneously.
100% sensitivity for anti HIV 1/2 antibody.
HIGH SPECIFICITY :
99.9% Specificity due to use of defined recombinant antigens : p24 & gp41 for HIV 1 & gp36 for HIV 2
Total assay procedure of only 120 minutes
i found this on internet now please can u tell me is it accurate?
is it an elisa?
it is written total procedure of 120 mins but when i called them they said it is not been tested yet but after 15 mins they called and said that it was negetive how can this be ?
this was on my report
GENEDIA HIV 1/2 ELISA 3.0 INDEX VALUE 0.12 CUT OFF VALUE 0.359 RESULT NEGETIVE. please explain
i have a sex relationship at 9/ jan /2013 In the first three days I felt a slight temperature 37.3 max In the first week, I felt itchy in my body a And sore throat lasted for a long time and I felt pain in whole my body muscles In the second week diarrhea with mucous material in a white stool After 1 month I felt a pain joints when i complete the first month i got tested for hiv by mini vidas the doctor said this test is hiv duo quick with p24 but they write in result paper hiv antibodies only without p24 ( anti-hiv 1&2 antibodies - Enzyme Linked Flourescent assay method.
Negative 0.16 Index (Ref Range Negative:: <0.25 -- Positive:: >0.25 and i test again at 43 and 57 and 70 a 83 Days and the result was same index value ( Nigative 0.16 Index) and i got acon rabid test from aconlab company made in usa at 65 and 97 and 110 days and the result nigative
Question 1: ELFA test is Delicate and sensitive Question 2: why my index value is always 0.16 im very scared from this index value becouse i did this test 6 times and the index value is same And i asked another doctor and he told me this number must change between each analysis Question 3: is acon rabid test is sensitive Question 4: Is it possible to change my result to positive after 110 days thanks a regards
I want to know why some centresays that at 3 months a negative result is 97% accurate and other says that is definitive at this time?
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