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You Must Know
Test Name: Kh Fever Profile
Sample Type: Blood, Urine
Blood tests and urine tests play a crucial role in screening and diagnosing various medical conditions, including fever. It's important to note that these tests are typically used in combination with clinical evaluation and medical history to diagnose and manage Fever. The choice of tests depends on the patient's symptoms and the suspected cause of the fever or other medical issues. Always consult a healthcare professional for an accurate diagnosis and appropriate treatment.
- Complete Blood Count (CBC): A CBC can help identify an elevated white blood cell count, which might indicate an infection or inflammation. Differential White Blood Cell Count: This part of the CBC can show the percentage of different types of white blood cells and may help in identifying specific infections.
- Widal Test:The Widal test is specifically used for diagnosing typhoid fever. It detects antibodies produced by the body in response to the Salmonella typhi bacteria.
- Malaria Rapid Diagnostic Test (RDT): This test detects specific antigens or genetic material of the malaria parasite in the blood, confirming the presence of malaria.
- Filaria Testing: A blood test can detect the presence of microfilariae in the blood, which indicates filariasis.
- Dengue: Dengue NS1 Antigen Test: This blood test detects the presence of the NS1 antigen produced by the dengue virus during the early stages of infection.
- Urine Complete (Urinalysis):Urine tests are not typically used to screen for fever, but they can be helpful in diagnosing urinary tract infections (UTIs) or other conditions that may cause fever as a symptom. Urinalysis can reveal the presence of blood or abnormal levels of certain substances in the urine, which may be indicative of underlying health issues.