Fungal Identification Test For Mold Illness

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Sept. 7, 2012 - PRLog -- Mold Sickness Can be Totally Debilitating for Many

Mold Sickness has been responsible for people losing their jobs, friends, families, and even their family home. As they continue being ill and misdiagnosed their conditions continue to degrade. While many medical practitioners will tell you Mold Sickness is not real, or that mold cannot make you sick, this line of thinking and education is still in the stone ages.

With mold Sickness getting the right tests the first time is critical to understanding what you have been exposed to. As with all infections if left untreated or misdiagnosed a person’s condition will worsen.

EHAP’S blood, urine, and tissue sampling profiling methods are unique throughout our industry. Our custom panels for testing can detect down to, and identify the species of Fungus, Mold, Mycobacterium, and Yeasts that are present within your body. Our Mycotoxin testing will detect the secondary metabolites (Mycotoxins, toxins, poisons) produced by pathogenic (Disease causing) fungal, or bacterial growth within your body and can help pinpoint what environment they originated from.

The Fungal I.D., Profile or “FID” Test

The FID test is a strong indicator for the presences of an invasive fungal infection (IFI), or systemic yeast infection (SYI). This test is one of the key tools used by mold litigation attorneys to prove their client’s health damages, allowing them to bridge the compounds in the environment to those same compounds in the human body which have made their client sick.

Method: A urine specimen is collected; the specimen is cultured, whatever growth is detected that growth is identified and especiated (species indentified). These species once identified can be linked to the environment where the contamination occurred.

The FID test requires a 24 day period for results to be processed.

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