Allergy screen - Food & Inhalant profile
The most common inhaled and food allergens.
Profile details: common food and inhalant allergens including hen egg (whole), hazelnut, wheat flour, fish mix, peanut, carrot, meat mix, soy bean, celery, shrimp, rye flour, cow milk (raw), house dust mite, cat epithelia, sting nettle pollen, hazel pollen, birch pollen, cladosporium herbarum, grass pollen mix, latex, aspergillus fumigatus, mug wort pollen, dog epithelia, alternaria alternata.
Who is this test for?
- If you suspect that you may have an allergy.
- Food or inhalant allergies affect nearly everyone at some point in their life. People often have an unpleasant reaction to food they ate and wonder if they have a food allergy.
How the test works?
- Tests for more than 24 different allergens, 12 airborne allergens and 12 food allergens using two separate tests
What is being measured?
- Allows you to test for more than 24 different allergens covering 90% of the UK’s most common allergies. Fasting is not required
- Finger prick blood sample
- 2 working days after receipt of sample