Explanation Of The Results Of Lab Blood Tests?
the description typhy 1/80 what does that mean huh
Good afternoon, thank you for asking at HealthReplies.com. Examination that you do is a supporting examination for typhus. Typhus, typhoid or typhoid fever is a disease caused by Salmonella typhii bacterial infection. This condition is characterized by fever that goes up and down, and can also be accompanied by other symptoms such as abdominal pain, difficulty defecating or even experiencing diarrhea, dirty tongue, dizziness and feeling unwell.
Tipes occur when a person is infected by bacteria that contaminate food and drink, or when he is less able to maintain overall cleanliness of his body. In addition, decreased endurance due to fatigue, stress, and lack of nutrition can also increase one's risk of contracting this disease.
Regarding your question, as we have said before, the examination is one of the supporting examinations, which is conducted to find out suspicion of typhus. The number has certain limitations that if the number you get is above it, it means that you are positively affected by the disease and if underneath it means you are negative. The number you can see is usually on the right or left side of your result number, with the name 'reference value', 'reference value', 'normal value', or the like. With these results, you could say you are negatively affected by typhus.
But this negative result still needs to be examined again. Usually the results are indeed positive on days 5-6. So if you check before 5-6 days, you could indeed be affected by typhus but the examination can not detect it. Or if it really is negative, and you do experience certain disturbing symptoms, it means you have to look again for what might be the cause of the disease.
Our advice, you should still consult these results with the doctor who asked you to do it. This is because there is still much to be investigated from these results, even though the results are negative. Thus, misunderstandings can be avoided and the handling given to you can be more precise. Meanwhile, maintain your immune system by increasing consumption of fruits and vegetables, regular exercise, and adequate rest. So, hopefully answering your question.