Diagnosis of COVID-19 in the Pulse clinic
- PCR – test in the clinic – 1100 UAH.
- PCR – test at home – 1600 UAH.
- Test for IgG – 400 UAH.
- Test for IgA – 400 UAH.
- Test for IgM – 400 UAH.
The new coronavirus, COVID-19, has infected thousands around the world and has changed the rules of communication between people and states, tourism and ordinary travel abroad.
In a pandemic, it is vital to comply with safety rules and conduct tests for coronavirus.
With regard to tests for COVID-19, there are three types: molecular, antigen and antibodies. Molecular and antigenic tests reveal the presence of active infection in the body. Whereas antibodies are proteins that help fight infections and can provide protection against re-disease (immunity). And it is the antibody test that will tell you whether the body produced antibodies in response to the coronavirus infection.
The most sensitive is considered to be molecular also known as PCR testing (polymerase chain reaction).
In our family clinic “Pulse” we use the latest generation test systems registered in Ukraine.
PCR testing is performed at the earliest stages of the disease. For more detailed information, it is used in conjunction with testing for IgG, IgA and IgM antibodies.
You can also order the service “Calling a medical worker home”, where our medical worker will take biomaterials from your home.
After 2 days, you can find out the results of PCR testing – diagnostics for coronavirus infection, which are issued in Ukrainian and English.
COVID-19 tests are required:
- for traveling. Each country has its own border crossing regulations. The current requirements can be found at the embassy of the state to which you are planning a trip. As a rule, they ask for a health certificate (in English), which is confirmed by a negative test for coronavirus. It is very important to know how much time should pass from testing to crossing the border.
- for your own safety. If there are symptoms of COVID-19, suspicion of a mild course of it, or illness before testing, in order to establish or have a coronavirus. Contact with infected people, or returning from public events or from an area with a high prevalence of coronavirus. Before surgery to avoid complications.
- for work, school and the safety of others.
Important! If you have symptoms of the disease, you should see a doctor.
You can sign up for a test or find out more information by calling: