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Genitourinary System Infections Diagnostic

312 HPV - genotyping of 28 types of virus

The test involves simultaneous qualitative detection and analysis of 28 different genotypes of HPV (19 types of high-and low-risk types 9) which can affect the development of cervical cancer or sexually transmitted infections.

Human papilloma virus - HPV (Human Papilloma Virus) is widely distributed among people. Infection, which is often asymptomatic, can occur sexually or through dermal contact. Particularly dangerous are the perinatal infections that threaten the health and life of the fetus.

About 250 known HPV genotypes, including 40 causing infections of the urogenital organs. Most of them have no clinical significance, because they do not cause symptoms and resolve spontaneously.

However, the so-called long-term infection of high-risk genotype (oncogenic) can lead to cervical cancer, vaginal and vulvar cancer in women and in men penis. Oncogenic infections are responsible for 70% of the genotypes of HPV 16 and 18.

HPV infection with genotypes called low risk can cause skin lesions while manifesting as cutaneous warts (can appear anywhere, but most commonly on the hands), sex, and genital warts. They are easy to treat and pose no risk of cancer development.

Test HPV28 includes:

19 high-risk types 16, 18, 26, 31, 33, 35, 39, 45, 51, 52, 53, 56, 58, 59, 66, 68, 69, 73, 82
9 low risk types 6, 11, 40, 42, 43, 44, 54, 61, 70

Why test for HPV28:

- Allows to detect and identify as many as 28 types of HPV from one sample in a single reaction
- Gives ability to prevent cancer from developing reproductive organ

Who should perform the test HPV28:

- Every woman and man sexually active, even if you sexually active only with one partner
- Important research especially for pregnant women or planning a larger family

Test material: cervical swab samples, liquid cytology thin-layer substrate, in men groove swab
Transfer method: room temperature
Testing method: qualitative multiplex PCR
Delivery date: 10 working days

 

313 Virus HPV (uterine cervix carcinoma) – DETECTING 18 types of the virus + IDENTIFYING high-gene genotypes HPV 16 and HPV 18, quality, PCR

Virus HPV (uterine cervix carcinoma)–infections with papillomaviruses are very common and are often asymptomatic. They are transferred as a result of skin contact – they infect places of small epidermis excoriation, transfer through genital tracts and in form of perinatal infections.

Clinical condition depends on the interaction between the virus type, location of the infection and effectiveness of antiviral defense mechanisms of the host. Clinical symptoms of infections include the following:

• dermal papilla –may come up anywhere but mostly on hands;

• genital organ papilla –may have the form of pointed condyloma;

• uterine cervix carcinoma;

• laryngeal papilla;

 

Test material: swab of the cervical canal or uterine cervix shield, in case of men – swab of the glans tube

Transfer method: room temperature

Testing method: quality PCR

Delivery date: up to 7 working days

 

602 Trichomonas vaginalis– quality, PCR

Trichomonas vaginalis (trichomoniasis) – it is a quite common flagellate in Poland, which is transmitted through sexual contacts. In chronic inflammatory conditions, it localizes in vagina and uterine cervix in case of women and in urethra, prostatic gland and seminal vesicles in case of men. In most cases, trichomoniasis has the form of acute vaginitis in case of women and urethritis in case of men. The infection may be asymptomatic (10%-50%). This disease is often complicated with bacteria or fungi infection. Chronic and untreated, it may influence inflammatory conditions of pelvis minor, infertility or pregnancy complications. It should be differentiated by infections caused by chlamydia trachomatis and Neisseria gonorrhoeae.

Test material: swab of the cervical canal, swab of vagina or urethra, in case of men – swab of the glans tube, urine, sperm

Transfer method: room temperature

Testing method: quality PCR

Delivery date: up to 7 working days

 

110 Mycoplasma hominis (mycoplasma) – quality, PCR

Mycoplasma hominis–may be caused by pyelonephritis, urethritis and other sexual organ disorders both in case of women and men. In case of women, it may also lead to inflammation of fetal membranes, miscarriages or premature birth. In case of neonates it is the cause of puerperal fever and sepsis.

Test material: swab of the cervical canal, swab of vagina or urethra, in case of men – swab of the glans tube, urine, sperm

Transfer method: room temperature

Testing method: quality PCR

Delivery date: up to 7 working days

 

111 Mycoplasma genitalium (mycoplasma) – quality, PCR

Mycoplasma genitalium–  is the cause of urethritis and inflammation of pelvis minor organs.

Test material: swab of the cervical canal, swab of vagina or urethra, in case of men – swab of the glans tube, urine, sperm

Transfer method: room temperature

Testing method: quality PCR

Delivery date: up to 7 working days

 

112 Ureoplasma urealyticum/parvum (ureoplasma) – quality, PCR

Ureoplasma urelyticum/parvum– the infection very often proceeds in an asymptomatic form caused by urethritis, prostatitis, orchitis, epididymitis, cervicitis, ovaritis and salpingitis. It may cause intrauterine or perinatal infections with newborn babies. Most severe complication arising from the above may be infertility.

Test material: swab of the cervical canal, swab of vagina or urethra, in case of men – swab of the glans tube, urine, sperm

Transfer method: room temperature

Testing method: quality PCR

Delivery date: up to 7 working days

 

114 Neisseria gonorrhoeae (gonorrhea) – quality, PCR

Neisseria gonorrhoeae (gonorrhea) – it is one of the most frequent disease transmitted via sexual contacts. Clinical condition is mainly recognized by purulent changes with secretion of urethra or uterine cervix with miction disorders. Apart from acute urethritis, these bacteria may cause cervicitis, prostatitis, ovaritis, orchitis or pharyngitis. Complications of perinatal infections may show in form of conjunctivitis, sepsis or arthritis. When untreated, it may lead to infertility.

Test material: swab of the cervical canal, swab of vagina or urethra, in case of men – swab of the glans tube, urine, urethra secretion, sperm

Transfer method: room temperature

Testing method: quality PCR

Delivery date: up to 7 working days

 

TEST PANELS:

709 Panel URO-GENITAL 6, identification of 6 pathogens – multiplex PCR

Test material: swab of the cervical canal, swab of vagina or urethra, in case of men – swab of the glans tube, urine

Transfer method: room temperature

Testing method: quality PCR

Delivery date: up to 7 working days

 

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