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Immune Health Panel in Los Angeles, California

Protect Them from Serious Illness

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Ensuring your immune system is efficient in protecting you from illness is your first line of defense against contagious diseases such as Hepatitis B, MMR, or chicken pox. Veritas Healthcare provides this as an optional add-on to the customizable wellness programs for your employees.

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From Hepatitis B to VZV

Hepatitis B, measles, mumps, rubella (MMR), and varicella (chickenpox or VZV) immunity can all be confirmed with this blood titer test. In many cases, a person's ability to work or attend school depends on having proof of immunity to commonly spread illnesses. Hence these tests are frequently necessary.

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Determine If Vaccination is Right

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Humans are the only known hosts for the MMR viruses, which cause measles, mumps, and rubella. The aerosol route is the primary mode of transmission for everyone. One serotype of each virus has been identified so far. All three of these viruses are included in the MMR (mumps, measles, Rubella) vaccination, albeit in weakened versions. All infected people will most likely become unwell. Due to the fact that there is only one serotype of measles, a single infection by natural means is sufficient to provide permanent immunity. Measles is often transmitted by inhalation as the primary mode of transmission. Maximum contagiousness of the measles virus occurs two to three days prior to the appearance of the characteristic rash. Chickenpox is a sickness brought on by the varicella-zoster virus (VZV).

Although the vast majority of expectant mothers will have had the virus before and be immune to it, others may not have been infected at all. It is possible to screen for VZV antibodies before conception or in early pregnancy since the virus might cause birth abnormalities or sickness in the newborn (depending on when an infection arises during the pregnancy). A vaccination can be administered before pregnancy to a woman who does not have immunity; if she is already pregnant and may have been exposed to the virus, she can get therapy to prevent or lessen the severity of the sickness. Determine whether or not vaccination is necessary by measuring anti-hepatitis B surface antibody (anti-HBs) levels or check whether or not protective immunity has been developed after receiving a vaccine series.

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Prenatal Protection

Your doctor may suggest an immune health panel if you need to verify that you are immune to MMR viruses because of a past illness, exposure to an infected person, or vaccination.

This is a standard practice for women who are actively attempting to conceive. A miscarriage or birth abnormalities in the fetus are both possible outcomes if a pregnant woman contracts rubella within the first three months of her pregnancy. In addition, you may need to determine whether or not you have the measles, mumps, or rubella. For the sake of public health, it is essential to detect, monitor, and keep tabs on any possible or proven cases of MMR. In order to determine how likely you are to contract infectious mononucleosis (mono), you may be advised to do a test for the Epstein-Barr virus. Your doctor will confirm the diagnosis and formulate a treatment strategy based on the findings.

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Veritas Healthcare provides the Los Angeles area businesses with testing and vaccination options, including immune health panels. Prioritizing your employees' health and providing additional access to good care will set you apart from the competitors and attract the best new employees while retaining your current workforce. Schedule your consultation today.

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Immune Health PanelsFrequently Asked Questions

Your doctor or midwife will determine your blood type and Rh (rhesus) factor, test for anemia, determine whether or not you are immune to rubella (German measles), and check for hepatitis B, syphilis, HIV, and other STDs at one of your initial visits.

A blood sample is taken for screening between 15 and 20 weeks of pregnancy (16 to 18 weeks is ideal).

Your employee's insurance may cover it. We will help navigate insurance policies to mitigate any unnecessary costs.

Trusted and Secure

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Veritas Healthcare is a leader in the field of medical technology. Through our app, patients can register and schedule their appointments. This allows the app to manage the scheduling, leaving your human resources department free to continue with their day-to-day work. Once registered, patients have full self-service and secure access to their results and any other protected information. Through telehealth sessions, we can discuss your results and refer you to a doctor or specialists if needed.

Veritas Healthcare provides aggregated data back to the company in the form of easy-to-understand charts and data, which will include the total employees registered and a company wellness snapshot, including the number of people whose weight and cholesterol are outside of healthy levels. Our app allows companies to identify health issues and implement healthcare and wellness plans to avoid serious interruptions due to preventable illnesses.

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We believe in being vigilant when it comes to the health of those we love. Early testing, detection, and vaccinations can give us ways to fight back against viruses, cancers, and other illnesses that can interrupt our everyday lives. Veritas Healthcare wants to increase medical access that is beneficial for everyone. Contact Veritas Healthcare to learn more about how mobile health and wellness can benefit you and your people.