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Respiratory Allergens Panel II

Known as: Inhaled Allergen Panel
SKU: 395


Study material: Venous blood
Response time (working day): 14
The test is done on an empty stomach: no
Home call service: Yes
Country: EU

General Information

Respiratory Allergens Panel II Represents a set of 5 common allergens found indoors or outdoors. Testing for specific IgE can help identify the "causative" allergens that are responsible for clinical manifestations.

When should we take the test?

It is advisable to do the research if you suffer from allergy symptoms when outdoors or in the room and when in contact with pets (cats and / or dogs):

  • Itching of the nose, throat and eyes;
  • sneezing;
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  • Swelling;
  • Red, watery eyes;
  • Lack of air;
  • Cough (especially at night);
  • wheezing
  • Swelling of the nose
  • Frequent awakening
  • Swollen, blue skin under the eyes
  • Tightness in the chest, etc.

Possible interpretation of the results

The results of the study are interpreted as Positive ან Negative.

Interpretation takes into account the type of exposure, the nature of the symptoms, and the characteristics of the disease.

Additional information

Respiratory Allergen Panel I Includes the following tests:

  • Allergens of grass dust mixture (gx6) (g2 - glerta, g5 - tail, g10 - saffron, g11 - oats, g13 - white, g17 - red glerta - Lacartia) | Specific IgE
  • European room dust mites (pteronyssinus) Allergen | Specific IgE
  • American mite of room dust (D. farinae) Allergen | Specific IgE
  • Cat bark allergen (e1) | Specific IgE
  • Dog bark allergen (e5) | Specific IgE


IgE antibody-mediated allergic diseases include allergic rhinitis, asthma, atopic dermatitis, and allergic or anaphylactic reactions to food, medications, and insect bites. The prevalence of allergic diseases has increased significantly in recent decades.

In addition to medical history and physical examination, specific laboratory tests may be helpful in assessing the contribution of an allergic component to patients' clinical manifestations. The use of allergen-specific IgE tests in conjunction with clinical reasoning may increase the accuracy of allergen status identification and influence the decision to avoid certain allergens.

The Respiratory Allergen Panel determines the specific IgE for inhaled allergens to rule out or confirm the presence of allergic sensitization in symptomatic individuals.

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