Imutest Airborne Allergy Screen helps diagnose allergy to the three most common airborne allergens (cat, dust mite and grass pollen) all in one simple test from a single, small finger prick sample of blood.
The Imutest Milk Allergy Kit will help confirm whether you have an allergic sensitivity to cow's milk, which is one of the most common food allergies in children but can affect people of all ages.
Imutest Allergy Check is a general screening test that shows if you have a high level of IgE antibodies in your blood, a reliable indicator of a genuine allergic condition.
Check the gluten free status of your food/food ingredients at home with Imutest Gluten-in-Food Kit. It is fast (10-15 minutes) and easy to use, and detects wheat and other cereal glutens down to around 20 ppm.
- Interesting Allergy Articles
A review of some of the most current and interesting articles posted on Allergy. Click on the links for further information.
- Should I Test?
A few simple questions will tell you whether you should take an allergy test.
- Which Test for Me?
Helps you choose which Imutest is best for you.
Frequently asked questions about how to use the Allergy Tests and results queries.
- Allergy Reports
Summaries and links to a selection of articles published recently that describe the growing incidence and importance of allergy disease in the community.
- Allergy Testing
Links to several reports which offer interesting background information on Allergy Testing.
How Allergy Test Kits Work
The Imutest range of self-test kits uses a novel patented technology that helps identify the trigger causing an allergic reaction from a very small blood sample. Each Imutest is simple to use, and will give accurate, reliable and easy-to-understand results in just half an hour, with no need to send away to a laboratory.
Plus, once you have followed the five simple steps featured in our on-line demo to successfully complete your Imutest, you will be eligible for Allergy UK’s personalised aftercare programme to help you and your healthcare professional decide how best to manage your allergy, if one is diagnosed.
Which Test For Me?
Best medical practice recommends that diagnosing allergy should be a 3 step process:
Does my clinical history suggest an allergy? Answering a few simple questions in a short questionnaire Should I Test? will help you decide whether or not you should be testing for an allergy.
Do I have symptoms that are commonly associated with an allergy? Common symptoms for both airborne and non-airborne allergies are outlined at Which Test For Me?
Does an Imutest confirm the most likely cause of my allergy? Yes, once you know what it is you’re allergic to, you and your healthcare professional can take steps to manage your allergy.