Resistance assessment panel 275 €

  • Is my body ready to fight viral diseases?
  • What are the possible reasons why I am often sick?
  • Has a lack of sleep, stress, a fast-paced lifestyle, diets, or being overweight negatively affected my body’s resistance?
  • Is the amount of necessary vitamins and minerals in my body sufficient for my immune system to function?
  • Have lifelong illnesses affected my body’s defences?
  • Do I have a normal overall level of blood cells to ensure my body’s resistance?
  • Have I fully recovered from recurrent infections?
  • Should I take supplements to boost my immune system?
  • How can I improve my diet and lifestyle to support my immune system and general health?
WHAT DOES THE PANEL CONTAIN?
  • 16 blood tests – that provide an overview of your body’s resistance to infections, including viral diseases.
  • Lab doctor’s consultation
WHOM IS THE PANEL FOR?

Having blood tests taken is one way to assess your body’s resistance. You will find out if your diet is balanced and provides enough nutrients (e.g. proteins), minerals (iron, zinc, selenium) and vitamins (vitamins D, A, B12, C, folate) for your immune system to function properly.

The body’s resistance assessment panel includes tests to check whether haematopoiesis (the process of blood cell production) and the total levels of immune cells in your blood are normal (hemogram), there’s inflammation in your body (hs-CRP test), and the levels of antibodies and specific components required for immune protection are normal (IgG, IgA, IgM, C3 and C4).

HOW TO PREPARE FOR GIVING THE SAMPLE?
HOW CAN I SEE MY RESULTS?

The panel results will be displayed in this portal (under “Results”) within up to 10 working days.

WHAT IS IMMUNE SYSTEM?

The main task of  IMMUNE SYSTEM is to destroy pathogens that have entered the body – bacteria, viruses, toxins, parasites, fungi. Healthy people have good immune system resistance ability and they rarely get sick, and when exposed to a virus or bacteria, they overcome it more easily. However, the fast pace of life, stress, lack of sleep, unhealthy lifestyles, and many environmental influences weaken the body’s resistance.

The immune system is made up of many cells, tissues and components circulating in the blood and lymphatic system. The most important organs in which the cells needed by the immune system are formed are:

  • Bone marrow;
  • thymus;
  • lymph nodes;
  • spleen;
  • tonsils;
  • adenoids and others.
HOW CAN I KEEP MYSELF HEALTHY AND BOOST MY IMMUNE SYSTEM?

Long-term good habits such as a balanced diet, physical activity, adequate sleep, maintaining a normal weight, not smoking, etc. help to keep your immune system healthy and strong. Age, heredity and illnesses also play an important role.

IMMUNE DEFICIENCY is a condition where some parts of the body’s immune system do not function properly, reducing our resistance to disease. If it is congenital (i.e. inherited) and caused by gene defects, foetal malformations, etc., it is called primary immunodeficiency, which usually manifests itself in the first year of life. It has a low incidence, affecting about 1 in every 10,000 to 100,000 people. Such people are generally treated by clinical immunologists and paediatricians.

However, there are many environmental factors that impair our body’s resistance. These factors may interfere with our immune system either temporarily or over a longer period of time. A decrease in resistance over a lifetime is called acquired immunodeficiency. This decline in our body’s defence against disease may not be permanent and lifelong, i.e. once the cause is eliminated, normal immune function is restored.

There are many reasons for the decline in body’s defence capabilities, the most important of which are:

  • Food and nutrient deficiencies (starvation, protein deficiency, vitamin and mineral deficiencies)
  • Metabolic disorders (e.g. diabetes, severe liver and kidney diseases, etc.)
  • Infectious diseases, such as viral infections (HIV, viral hepatitis, SARS-CoV-2, etc.), bacterial infections, fungal infections, parasitic diseases, tuberculosis, etc.
  • Medicines, chemicals, industrial and household poisons, etc.
  • Stress, prolonged insomnia
  • Excessive physical activity
  • Significant overweight
  • Autoimmune diseases, tumours, blood diseases, etc.
  • Surgical removal of some organs affecting the immune system (e.g. spleen, thymus), heavy blood loss
  • Old age
  • Alcoholism, drug use
  • Severe traumas, burns
Hemogram with 5-part leukogram, i.e. white blood cell count
C-reactive protein (high-sensitivity) or CRP
Ferritin
Folate
Protein
Complement component C3
Complement component C4
Zinc (Zn) in the blood
Selenium (Se) in the blood
Immunglobulin A
Immunoglobulin G
Immunoglobulin M
Vitamin A
Vitamin B12
Vitamin C
Vitamin D (25-OH)
Lab doctor's consultation
Grand total:

275 €

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