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DIAGNOSTIC allergy tests are a necessary stage for allergen diagnosis. Simply put, with the help of allergy tests, you can reliably find out which allergens your body is reacting to. In addition, the data of diagnostic allergy tests are a necessary study for prescribing a course of allergen immunotherapy.


Allergy tests using the PRICK-test method.

In order to find out exactly which allergen you or your child is developing an allergic reaction to, we offer an allergy test using prick tests.
This method is based on applying a drop of diagnostic allergen directly to the inner side of the forearm followed by micropuncture of the skin. Diagnosis takes place in 20 minutes.
Those allergens that caused hyperemia (redness) at the puncture site of more than 10 mm and papule (swelling) of more than 5 mm are considered positive.
A maximum of 14-16 allergens can be tested simultaneously. This is due to the fact that the body is subjected to an immune load with allergens while testing. Increasing the number of samples can lead to negative reactions, up to Quincke's edema.


  • Children up to 6 years old
  • Pregnant women
  • Exacerbation of an allergic disease
  • Increased body temperature
  • Atopic skin
  • Allergen blooming season
  • Tendency to convulsive reactions.
Requirements: no intake or injections of antihistamines within 14 days before the allergy test.


Panels of allergy tests by the method of skin tests (prick tests):

  • Pollen panel
  • Household panel
  • Mixed panel (household allergens + pollen + fungal + animal fur)


Prick test for histamine intolerance:

Histamine is a biologically active substance, one of the main factors in the development of pathological conditions in allergic reactions. It is the excess of histamine that affects lacrimation, rhinorrhea, skin rashes, swelling of mucous membranes and difficulty breathing. An increase in the level of histamine can occur both in people who suffer from allergies, and in those who have never faced this problem. The fact is that histamine is not only produced in the body, but also present in various food products. The enzyme diamine oxidase (DAO) is responsible for the inactivation of histamine in the human body. Normally, DAO can easily reduce excess histamine. But in cases where the activity of this enzyme is reduced, the level of histamine remains high and causes symptoms of the type of an acute allergic reaction, up to Quincke's edema! This usually happens after eating foods that are rich in histamine, namely: fish, cheeses, smoked meat, tomatoes, ketchup, alcoholic beverages (beer, wine), chocolate, cocoa. At the same time, the person has NO allergies on these products! In this regard, we suggest that almost every person check the ability of his enzymatic system to neutralize histamine in order to calmly go on picnics, eat kebabs with ketchup and not be afraid that Quincke's edema will occur.

Testing time: 50 minutes.

Who is allowed: Adults and children from 10 years of age.

Not allowed: children under 10 years old; persons taking antihistamines or hormonal drugs - no earlier than 14 days after the last dose.

More details about prick-tests


   Blood allergy tests

Our center conducts blood allergy tests for children, starting from a child's age. Our methods allow you to take blood from your finger for any number of known allergens.
We use the most innovative methods and systems for the identification of allergens: IFA, ImmunoCAP, ImmunoLINE, Alleisa Screen


1. The possibility of simultaneous testing for a large group of allergens (from 1 to 126)
2. Can be prescribed to babies and children from the moment of birth
3. Most of the allergens are determined by a small amount of blood (blood from a finger)
4. The possibility of more accurate diagnostics in complex cases of complex allergy.
5. They do not require special training (NOT on an empty stomach, there is no commitment to taking anti-allergic drugs).

Increased body temperature, epilepsy, injections of hormonal antiallergic drugs during the previous 10 days.

Allergo panels

Allergo panels are a study of a large number of allergens at once, which makes it much easier to find the ""culprit"" of allergies and allows you to save money.
All major allergens are collected in two large panels: Food Allergen Map (126 allergens) and Mix Allergen Map (112 allergens) with recombinant allergens.
When it is necessary to examine from 20 to 60 allergens, the German test systems ImmunoLINE, Alleisa Screen are best suited.
If you want to check for only one or several allergens, you are offered a list of individual allergens (in professional language this is called monoallergens), a Mini food panel or a Milk profile allergen panel to choose from.
To test for one or more recombinant allergens, or if you need molecular screenings and small molecular packages, select them in the Molecular allergy diagnosis list.
We would like to emphasize that these examinations are recommended starting from childhood. Modern laboratory equipment allows us to work with microtechnology, so for these studies in children (and in adults who are afraid to give blood from a vein!) we take samples from a finger.