More than 50 million Americans suffer from allergies each year, according to the American College of Allergy, Asthma and Immunology, and that number may continue to grow in the near future. While some individuals with allergies experience only mild symptoms, others struggle to stay alert each day and need immediate relief. Your practice can provide their solution, and to do so, all you need is a complete allergy testing kit that allows in-house medical staff to both test and treat patients with allergies.
There are two main ways to test allergies: skin tests and blood tests. The Medical Device Depot allergy testing kit uses the skin-testing method, which is fast, reliable and usually less expensive than blood testing. Along with saving money by choosing the more affordable test solution, you’ll also increase reimbursement by delivering a complete allergy solution to your practice.
The allergy testing kit is designed to find the substance that triggers an allergic response in patients. The kit includes everything your staff needs to start a comprehensive allergy program, and it also features patient-specific immune-modulating treatment to prevent allergies from worsening.
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Whether it is due to genetics or environment, numerous people develop allergies at some point in their life. Allergies affect more than 50 million people every year, according to the American College of Allergy, Asthma and Immunology (ACAAI). While it isn’t always easy to identify a clear-cut cause behind the allergies, there should always be a clear-cut answer to which allergies a patient has. Allergies are known to cause everything from a runny nose to anaphylactic shock, so it is vital that all allergens are properly discovered, treated and maintained.
The best way to test for allergies is through a skin test. There are three different types of skin tests, and these include scratch tests, intradermal tests and patch tests.
Scratch allergy-testing devices like the Medical Device Depot Allergy Testing Kit allow you to introduce a small amount of common allergens to patients skin using a special tool. These are the most common tests and are easy to use and monitor. The comprehensive kits come with skin test applicators for 20 tests, an antigen for approximately 150 tests, patient education and result forms, measuring devices and sample treatment sets. Scoring and monitoring results for these tests are simple yet very effective, not to mention necessary for patients who suffer from allergies.
Keeping patients aware of potentially dangerous allergens is an important part of your role. While you should give patients who test positive for allergies plenty of information surrounding their diagnosis, it may help to have an allergies chart or other visual aid in the exam room so patients can better understand their allergies