How It Works
Specialized diagnostic testing for Group A Streptococcal respiratory infections. This testing enables accurate and swift detection of pathogens. It’s applicable for men and women.
Infections Screened For:
- Group A Streptococcal respiratory infections
Why Request Strep A from Alliance Health?
Alliance Health — Your Trusted Lab Services Vendor.
We are a market-leading provider of STD testing lines. With some of the best laboratory equipment and CLIA-certified locations, we can provide you with accurate, fast, and non-invasive testing at an affordable cost. We work as per the latest industry standards and strive to ensure your best client experience. Complete anonymity and security of your personal data are guaranteed.
What is Our Strep A Test Panel and How is It Conducted?
It’s a test that targets the specific groups of pathogens inflicting diseases of multiple organ groups — Strep A. Our certified medical providers get a specimen from you, label it, and transfer it to laboratory areas. Once the results are obtained, we will send them to you via email. You may get the paper-based copy of the results at the reception as well.Book Now
Common Symptoms of Infectious Diseases
Here is a list of frequent symptoms that a person may experience shortly after getting infected.
Chills and sweats
Shortness of breath
Pain while urinating
Sometimes, infectious diseases are asymptomatic or show minor symptoms. The only way to be certain is to get tested.Book Now
Why Strep A is So Hard to Deal With?
Group A Streptococcal respiratory infections Develop Easily
Streptococcal respiratory infections spread through direct contact with an infected person’s secretions, such as saliva. Infection rates are high. Globally, the overall prevalence of H pylori is about 49% among children and 33% among adults, meaning that half of the population have experienced the infection at least once in their lifetime.
Strep A Lead to Severe Complications
Strep A infections usually manifest symptoms within days to weeks. If let the infection develops, it may cause Streptococcal Toxic Shock Syndrome, Impetigo, and Rheumatic Fever.
That’s why it’s so crucial to conduct timely testing.