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Typhoid Advanced

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  • typhidot - igm
    • culture - anaerobic (blood)
      • organisms
      • culture
      • microscopy
      • wet mount
      • pus cells
      • epithelial cells
      • organism
      • others
      • gram stain
      • culture preliminary 1
      • culture preliminary 2
      • culture final report
    • complete urine examination
      • sp. gravity
      • transparency
      • glucose
      • ph
      • urine ketones (random)
      • pus cells
      • rbc
      • epithelial cells
      • physical examination
      • centrifuged sediment wet mount and microscopy
      • others
      • crystals
      • casts
      • biochemical examination
      • urine protein
    • complete blood count (cbc)
      • rbc count
      • differential leucocytic count (dlc)
      • total leucocyte count (tlc)
      • platelet count
      • pcv
      • mch
      • mchc
      • mcv
      • hemoglobin
      • neutrophils
      • lymphocytes
      • absolute leucocyte count
      • eosinophils

    Package Description

    Sample type: BLOOD, URINE
    Gender: Both
    Age group: All age group
    Typhoid fever, which is also known as typhoid, is a disease caused by Salmonella Typhi bacteria. The infection is most often passed on through contaminated food and drinking water. Symptoms may vary from mild to severe, and usually begin 6 to 30 days after exposure. The symptoms of typhoid include: Weakness, stomach pain, headache, diarrhoea or constipation, cough, loss of appetite and some people with typhoid fever develop a rash of flat, rose-coloured spots. The test is used for diagnosis and treatment of the typhoid fever or follow-up after the diagnosis and monitor the recovery of the person.

    Frequently asked questions

    Typhoid usually last between 7 to 14 days, but can be as short as 3 days, or as long as 30 days. If untreated, the illness usually lasts for 3 to 4 weeks, but may be a little longer in a small number of people. Symptoms of typhoid may vary from mild to severe and life-threatening.
    Yes, but it may not be recommended for routine use. The vaccine is given to people: who work in jobs or places that put them at a close risk for infection, who travel to countries where typhoid is common, who have a family member who is ill with typhoid.
    The antibiotic therapy is the only effective way of treating of typhoid fever. And a doctor will prescribe a required antibiotics and dose.
    People who have received treatment with antibiotics, typhoid fever symptoms improve within 2 to 4 weeks. The symptoms may return or develop antibiotic resistance if treatment is not followed correctly.
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