Histoplasma Urinary Antigen EIA

How is histoplasmosis diagnosed?

Up to 99% of infections are not detected due to the complexities of diagnosis of histoplasmosis and the limitations of traditional testing methods. It can take days or weeks, depending on method, to get culture results from reference labs; and many histoplasmosis tests require invasive sample types. Better diagnostic tools are needed by researchers and medical professionals.

With the Histoplasma Urinary Anitigen EIA, there is no invasive sampling – standard urine collection delivers superior correlation to reference lab testing.

Results from reference labs may take days to obtain. With OIDx, hospital labs can now obtain accurate results in less than 2 hours.

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OIDx Thyroid Stimulating Hormone EIA

Why is it important to measure TSH levels?

Thyroid-stimulating hormone (TSH) regulates the function of the thyroid gland. Regular screening of TSH levels is recommended to detect and treat thyroid disease.  TSH testing is also the most effective way to detect hyperthyroidism (low TSH) and hypothyroidism (elevated TSH). Approximately 6% of thyroid disorders are undiagnosed in the U.S. and Europe. Early detection of abnormal TSH levels can improve symptoms and prevent cardiovascular disease.

When testing blood serum with OIDx Thyroid Stimulating Hormone EIA, TSH/thyrotropin is detected with superior accuracy.

Be Sure with OIDx when screening for TSH.

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OIDx Thyroid Stimulating Hormone EIA