With the growing need and demand for availability of testing for Corona Virus (COVID-19), Family Matters Nutrition via NutriPATH Laboratory is pleased to release a PCR based assessment to assess your status.
Who should be tested?
Whilst a testing criteria has been put in place by public hospitals, NutriPATH will currently be accepting all types of referrals for this test. Generally symptoms of COVID-19 can range from mild illness to pneumonia. Some people will recover easily and some may experience symptoms worse than others. However, you should be tested if:
What is PCR testing?
“At the moment the majority of the current Covid-19 tests that all the reports are coming from are using PCR,” says University of Sussex senior lecturer in microbiology Dr Edward Wright. “They detect the genetic information of the virus, the RNA. That’s only possible if the virus is there and someone is actively infected.”
PCR tests are used to directly detect the presence of an antigen, rather than the presence of the body’s immune response, or antibodies. By detecting viral RNA, which will be present in the body before antibodies form or symptoms of the disease are present, the tests can tell whether or not someone has the virus very early on.
“PCR gives us a good indication of who is infected. They can be isolated and get in contact with people they’ve been in touch with so they can be quarantined too, just in case. That’s the true advantage of the current major diagnostic tests, you can break that transmission chain and get a clearer picture of what’s happening,” says Wright. Source: Verdict Medical Devices.
How To Order
The results will be sent to Family Matters Nutrition within 48 hours and contact will be made with you via phone or email.
This procedure is based on advanced electro-acupuncture and bioresonance. It is an energy-based test and will provide information on those elements that are causing an energy disturbance to the body.
Tests available are
Call Vicki at Family Matters to best access which test is right for you. All tests are $135 each.
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