What is ELI-Viscero-Test?
ELI-Viscero-Test (enzyme immunoassay) – is a new method of diagnosis. It is used to predict the occurrence of a disease before the first clinical manifestations appear.
The test helps to determine the condition of all internal organs and to assess a patient’s general health condition. It provides the opportunity to timely detect and prevent the development of many pathologies.
What can ELI-Viscero-Test do?
- provide an early pre-clinical diagnosis of pathologies;
- assess the condition of all organs and a patient's health in general;
- predict the development of diseases and their complications;
- specify the diagnosis should the results of other tests be ambiguous.
What is the test like?
A sample of a patient’s venous blood is taken for analysis. Blood serum is tested for special cells - autoantibodies. These cells form in the presence of autoimmune diseases before the first symptoms of a disease appear. The changes in the level of concentration of autoantibodies relating to antigens of certain organs show that there is a pathological process or the danger of its emergence. (Antigen is any substance that is seen as foreign and potentially dangerous by the body and against which the body starts to produce antibodies).
ELI-Viscero-Test assesses the condition of the main organs and systems of the body by determining the presence of autoantibodies for 24 antigens in blood serum. Thus, it is possible to measure the concentration of autoantibodies relating to all main organs and systems of the body:
- nervous system;
- stomach wall;
- thyroid gland;
- adrenal gland;
- immune system.
The results of ELI-Viscero-Test help to get a full picture of a patient's health and to make an accurate prognosis about the diseases that are most likely to occur. Based on the test's results, the doctor will provide recommendations on how to avoid the occurrence of diseases, and if a disease has already occurred - on how to slow down its progress and avoid complications.
It is highly recommended to take this test if:
- it is hard to make a diagnosis;
- it is necessary to predict the risks of the occurrence of possible diseases (for people with a genetic predisposition to certain diseases);
- it is necessary to monitor the treatment and assess its effectiveness.
- Is the test safe?
The test is absolutely safe. We use sterile single-use materials when drawing a blood sample.
- Is the test painful?
There is a minor short-term discomfort in the area where the skin is punctured. The puncture is performed in order to draw a blood sample from the vein.
- How to prepare for the test?
Blood sampling is done on an empty stomach.
- What ensures that the test is successful?
- The test is prescribed by qualified doctors.
- The test is carried out by certified medical staff in sterile conditions.
- The test is carried out with the use of certified products and advanced equipment.
- Compliance with the standards of medical care.