Aria Diagnostics is an in-network Indianapolis based reference laboratory offering a PCR and IgG antibody test for the novel corona virus associated with COVID-19
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Aria Diagnostics is now offering IgG Antibody Testing for COVID-19
At Aria Diagnostics, we care about the health and safety of our community. We are now offering testing for the SARS-COV2 Antibody IgG. This serology test (antibody test) is a critical next step in battling this virus. This test helps to detect the IgG antibody to SARS-CoV-2. An antibody is a protein that the body produces in the late stages of infection and can remain for months and even years after a person has recovered. Detecting these antibodies will help determine if a person was previously infected with the virus that causes COVID-19
This test is for individuals who believe they may have had COVID-19 and do not currently have symptoms. This test does not tell you if you have an active infection. Please consult your healthcare provider if you have symptoms or suspect you currently have COVID-19. Should I get this test?
About IgG Antibodies
The SARS-COV2- IMMUNOASSAY (IgG) can provide a broader picture of the SARS-CoV-2 virus such that if someone has been previously infected with the virus, it can show up in the body long after the initial infection. This test is designed by trusted and leading Abbott scientists and manufactured in volumes required to support the urgent needs of ongoing patient care. Read more.
Returning To Work Safely
The CDC recently released a Return to Work Criteria for HCPs with confirmed COVID-19, or suspected COVID-19. Decisions to return to work for HCP with confirmed OR suspected COVID-19 should be made in the context of local circumstances. Options include a symptom-based, or time-based strategy and most recently, a test-based strategy. Read More.
How To Get Tested
A sample of your blood is taken and loaded into a special instrument that detects whether IgG antibodies are present in the blood sample. This instrument can provide up to 6,000 tests per day. The Results are provided to the designated individual within 48 to 72 hours. Read more.