Fever Panel 1 Test is a group of blood tests and urine tests that are performed to screen for common causes of fever such as typhoid, tuberculosis, malaria, and urinary tract infections (UTI).
Procedure of the Test:
Fever Panel 1 test is carried out by taking out a blood sample from the patient’s vein in the arm by using a needle. The technician will also ask the patient to provide urine sample. Then these samples will undergo various processes in the lab to determine the results.
Why get tested?
Fever Panel 1 Test uses blood and urine samples to confirm to screen diseases that may cause fever. The test mainly checks for typhoid, tuberculosis, malaria, and urinary tract infections (UTI).
This test includes
MALARIA PARASITE / BLOOD PARASITE IDENTIFICATION
Urine Routine (UR)
The test does not require any specific preparations. However, mentioned below are a few points that must be kept in mind prior to undergoing the Fever Panel 1 Test -
The patients are advised to inform the doctor about their present health status and any on-going medical treatment.
The patients should also inform the doctor about herbal products they have been consuming as it may interfere with the test results.
Patients are also advised to inform the doctor about any allergies they suffer from.
Smoking or drinking alcohol prior to undergoing the test is prohibited.