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Allergy tests by the method of prick tests

In order to find out exactly which allergen you or your child is developing an allergic reaction to, we offer an allergy test using prisk 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 one-time study can be carried out for a maximum of 14-16 allergens. This is due to the fact that the body at the time of testing is subjected to an immune load with allergens. Increasing the number of samples can lead to negative reactions, up to Quincke's edema


1. Children under 6 years old
2. Pregnant women
3. Exacerbation of an allergic disease
4. Increased body temperature
5. Atopic skin
6. Season of flowering of allergens
7. Tendency to convulsive reactions.
Requirements: no intake or injections of antihistamines within 14 days before allergy testing.


Panels of allergy tests:

WARNING! Panels for testing are formed individually for each patient by a doctor. The number of allergens depends on the age of the patient, the state of the allergic status at the time of the tests and the seasonality of the allergy. Usually, the test includes from 10 to 16 allergens.

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Pollen allergens:
Allergen from birch pollen
Allergen from willow pollen
Allergen from sticky alder pollen
Allergen from hazel pollen
Poplar pollen allergen
Dandelion pollen allergen
Allergen from Plantago pollen
Allergen from nettle pollen
Allergen from corn pollen
Allergen from sunflower pollen
Allergen from maple pollen
Allergen from quinoa pollen
Allergen from timothy meadow pollen
Allergen from wheatgrass pollen
Allergen from the pollen of Perennial ryegrass. Allergen from the pollen of Kentucky bluegrass
Allergen from the pollen of the meadow foxtail
Allergen from the pollen of the meadow brome
Allergen from couch grass
Allergen from ragweed pollen
Allergen from Common wormwood
Allergen from cyclamen pollen
Allergen from meadow fescue
Allergen from rye seed pollen
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Household allergens
Allergen from house dust enriched with Acarus siro
Allergen from house dust enriched with D.farinae
Allergen from house dust enriched with D. pteronyssinus
Mixed household allergen No. 5 (house dust enriched with D.farinae, D.pteronyssinus, Acarus siro and pillow feathers)
Allergen from cat fur
Allergen from dog fur
Allergen from feather pillows
Allergen from a mixture of Diater D.pteronyssinus mites
Allergen from a mixture of mites Diater D. farinae
Allergen from Alternaria Alternata