Blood Collection Procedures For Testing For HIV?
I want to ask. So I have done an HIV test after 3 months, the hub is at risk of using a monotes device (rapid one step test), can the results be trusted? R n r nAnd if the test is taken from the blood of the big toe, can it be trusted? Because I’m pretty scared of needles. So I decided to use the big toe and not the big toe
HIV infection can arise as a result of risky actions, especially with HIV sufferers or the cause is unknown. The HIV test itself can detect the fastest 3 weeks after taking a risky action and is most effective 3 months after taking a risky action.
There are several types of HIV tests, such as antibody tests, PCR tests, and antibody-antigen combination tests. HIV testing itself is generally carried out with a blood draw procedure. If the examination has been carried out and gets a negative result, it is necessary to re-check it in the next three months to carry out a second test to determine whether it is infected or not. In addition, counseling is also needed regarding risky activities so that they are not repeated so that the risk of HIV infection transmission can be prevented.
May be useful,
dr. Adhi P.