Antibody Testing

An antibody test 9, or "serological test", is designed to detect if a person has had coronavirus before (symptomatic or asymptomatic) and recovered from COVID-19. Compared to the testing that determines if you have coronavirus at the time of the test, this test is relatively easy to perform. A device pricks a person’s finger to get a blood sample, which is then placed on a kit assembly, works by testing your blood for coronavirus (COVID-19) antibodies to see if they have already have had the virus and now have developed immunity to it. The antibody test has been determined to be 98.6% accurate in testing by Abingdon Health, a UK medical research facility.

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COVID-19 Antibody Rapid Detection Kit

What is the difference between the antibody test and the viral (PCR) test?

Two kinds of tests are available for COVID-19: a viral (PCR) test to identify an active infection and a serology test to detect antibodies and determine a person’s immunity or if they are still at risk.

The viral (PCR) test is for people who think they may have been exposed to the virus in the last 14 days and for those who have tested positive and have not subsequently tested negative. Testing is performed by placing a swab into the nasal cavity. This must be sent to a lab to process and return the results.

Antibody testing is available for people to determine if they may have immunity or remain at risk. This test allows families, employers, and other multi-person locations the ability to determine who has had COVID-19 and who is still susceptible to its harmful effects. This test is performed by pricking the finger with a quick release needle. The blood is then put from the finger onto the test kit. The test kit will display if the person has IgM or IGG antibodies or no antibodies (still at risk). With our kits, this can be done in the privacy of your own home or office.

Our tools are available to help businesses and families get peace of mind without having to wait in a long, sometimes 4+hours long, line to get the coronavirus or COVID-19 antibody test.

Antibody Test Results What is the antibody test trying to detect?

Coronavirus (COVID-19) can be scary

Waiting for active virus test results can take days and be very nerve-wrecking. Antibody testing is an easier process with a quicker response time. While no test can be 100% guaranteed, antibody tests are usually a good indicator of the presence of COVID-19 antibodies (IgM or IgG).

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