HIV Ab/p24 Ag with Reflex is a diagnostic test used for the detection of HIV infection. It combines the identification of antibodies (Ab) and p24 antigens (Ag) associated with the HIV virus. The test is usually performed as an initial screening tool, utilizing a sensitive combination assay to detect both the presence of antibodies produced by the body in response to HIV and the p24 antigen, which is an early marker of HIV infection. If the initial test yields positive or inconclusive results, further confirmatory tests, such as the Western blot or nucleic acid testing (NAT), are typically recommended as a follow-up step for definitive diagnosis. This reflex testing approach ensures accurate and timely identification of HIV infection, enabling appropriate medical intervention and management strategies.
Our specialized data entry service is designed to seamlessly integrate your laboratory results into your private dashboard. Just send in your lab test results—whether it's an image or a file—and our skilled data entry team will handle the rest. We accommodate various file formats like PDFs, JPGs, and Excel.
The first report is complimentary. After that, the data entry service is priced at $15 per report, unless it's part of your subscribed plan. It's an ideal solution whether you have numerous reports to upload or if your schedule doesn't permit self-data entry.
We strive to make the data entry process easy for you. Whether by offering dozens of templates to choose from that pre-populate the most popular laboratory panels or by giving you instant feedback on the entered values. Our data entry forms are an easy, fast, and convenient way to enter the reports yourself. There is no limit on how many lab reports you can upload.
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