This test measures the strength of your immune system, once diagnosed with human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) infection and subsequently to monitor the response to therapy. People should be tested to create a baseline, when they have been diagnosed and again at 3 to 6 months after being diagnosed, and after starting treatment to monitor the response. For patients that have responded well and do no
Sexually transmitted infections (STIs) are common and needs rapid diagnosis to get appropriate treatment and prevent spread among sexual contacts.
This test uses PCR technology that is very sensitive in detecting multiple causes of STIs.
This test it is used to screen for levels of immunity to the Hepatitis B virus.
HIV viral load testing is performed following diagnosis of HIV to establish the status of the infection and subsequently to monitor the response to antiretroviral treatment.