Find out if you have SARS-CoV-2 antibodies.
Have you been wondering why you were so sick in the past few months? Have you been wanting to know if you have antibodies? Coronavirus Antibody Test (COVID-19 IgA, IgM, & IgG) is a blood test that determines if your body has developed antibodies necessary to help fight off the Coronavirus. Simply schedule your appointment, come into our office to get your blood draw performed, and get your results.
Do you think you have SARS-CoV-2 antibodies?
Do you have symptoms but can’t get tested? Or are you worried about the accuracy of the results that you got? If you believe you have been exposed or you have had symptoms in the past, this is the test for you.
Want to give your clients or employees more peace of mind?
Antibody testing can help you make informed decisions regarding your staff’s return to work or safe interaction with others. This is especially important with essential employees such as first responders, medical professionals, or other essential staff.
If you are interested in testing your employees, we’re here for you! With onsite testing available, we’re able to come to you to test your employees so everyone can work safely.
We can come to your site for a group or you can come to our location.
Frequently Asked Questions
How does the process work?
1. Purchase the number of kits you want.
2. Call us at 925-280-4442 to make your appointment.
4. Come at your appointment time. You will get the test done while in your car and following social distancing guidelines. Please wear a mask to your appointment.
5. Results will be delivered via phone as soon as we receive them.
How Accurate is the Test?
The overall sensitivity of the blood draw test is 97.14%. That means that it can accurately pinpoint someone who is positive with a 97.14% certainty. The overall specificity is 98.36% which means the ability of the test to identify people without the disease is 98.36%.
The reason that this test is so much more accurate than other tests is that it uses IgM, and IgG. Most antibody tests only use IgG which leaves more room for error. They also test four different antigens making it more accurate.
How Does This Test Compare To Other Antibody Tests?
Most other antibody tests only test 1 protein and 1 antibody. This is insufficient to get accurate results. That is why they can only get to about 60% accuracy rates.
This test will be able to use IGG, IGA, IGM antibody tests to analyze 4 different proteins and 3 different antibodies that are part of the virus.
This also means that if you have recovered from the coronavirus, it will be able to detect that in the IGG results. Based on previous experience with SARS-CoV the antibodies were present 180-240 days later. We do not have enough data to know how far back COVID-19 can be detected.
How much is this test compared to getting it elsewhere?
In our research this test will be much less than the one at the hospital typically is because a health care practitioner is not required. NOTE: If you are having symptoms you need to seek medical advice immediately whether or not you have this test kit. This kit is in no way a substitute for medical care.
Is This Test Kit FDA Approved?
Yes, this test is the first dried blood spot antibody test to receive FDA EUA and is from a private lab that is CLIA and CAP-certified. The laboratory testing is performed in California.
We are a small female-owned business that would never put our client’s health at risk. We have worked with this vendor to provide medical nutrition testing for us and we trust them to provide accurate test kits to you and your loved ones.
How Do I order?
Call 925-280-4442 to book your appointment. Often same-day appointments are available.
Then before your appointment fill out this form: https://waiver.smartwaiver.com/w/5f0e99cfa2efd/web/
Is This an Antibody Test?
Yes, this is an antibody test. Specifically it is testing four proteins and three antibodies making it highly accurate. Most antibody tests only use IgM and IgG which leaves more room for error. The reason that this test is so much more accurate than other tests is that it uses IgA, IgM, and IgG. If you are interested in the COVID-19 PCR test please go here: https://www.cambiati.com/covid-19-pcr-nasal-swab-lafayette-fast-results/
How Fast Will I Get My Results?
It takes a day 2-4 business days to get results. The timing depends on the day you take the test. Tests performed Monday through Thursday before 3:00 PM will get results in two to three days.
People who do tests on Friday will get results back by Tuesday. Sometimes they do come back earlier.
People who do tests on Saturday will get their results back on Wednesday.
Rush times are available at an extra charge.
We will call you when we have your results.
How Will My Results Be Delivered?
Cambiati Wellness will call you to go over the results.
Can I Bill My Insurance for This Test?
Yes, most insurance companies will cover the cost of this test. Not all companies will cover the cost of the test so we recommend using and HSA or an FSA card if you have one. You can also call your insurance company with these CPT codes to see if they will cover it: CPT: 86769 + CPT: 36415
What Do I do If I Test Positive?
Contact a health care provider immediately. They will be able to provide the best course of action. Also contact us because we do have products that help outcomes without causing a cytokine storm. We have been extensively researching what helps and who it is helpful for, but you need to also contact a medical practitioner.
Keep in mind that there can be long-lasting effects (by long-lasting we mean years after) of having coronavirus. You need to develop a plan to support the body in the long term. Ask us about our coronavirus ongoing support programs.
If I Had Coronavirus but don't Anymore Can This Test Detect It?
If you have recovered from the test it will be able to detect that in the IGG results. Based on previous experience with SARS-CoV the antibodies were present 180-240 days later. We do not have enough data to know how far back COVID-19 can be detected.
Can I ship to a PO Box?
We cannot ship test kits to a PO Box. Sorry, it’s not our policy, it’s a regulatory issue.
Is This Test a PCR Test ?
No, this test leverages our private lab’s existing competency with blood testing. This will be a finger prick test that you can do yourself at home. Right now we are doing blood draws with a mobile phlebotomist.
Each person will remain in his or her car, and the mobile phlebotomist will come to your car to take the test. She will be using an N95 mask to protect you and her. she will follow strict disinfecting guidelines.
What If I Am Taking an Immunosuppressant Drug?
In the event that you are on immunosuppressive drugs please let us know because that can impact the results. You may want to do a total IgG antibody test to determine if you antibodies are at a level high enough to be detected for the greatest accuracy.
What Certifications Does the Processing Lab Hold?
All of our laboratory testings is done in a CLIA- and CAP-certified laboratory in California.
Learn more about CAP certifications here: https://www.cap.org/laboratory-improvement/accreditation/laboratory-accreditation-program
Can I Get a Diagnosis with This Test?
A single serology test is typically not used for a COVID-19 diagnosis. A best practice is to get the results and depending on where the infection stage is either take another test or do a PCR swab. A doctor may decide to make a different determination with just these results but that is up to your primary care physician. For most people they want the peace of mind rather than a diagnosis.
How Do I Get Started?
Schedule Your Appointment
After your purchase you will be sent to a page with the scheduling link.
Come to Your Appointment
We Will Call with Your Results
Important to Know
The Antibody test is a serology test which measures the number of antibodies or proteins present in the blood when the body is responding to a specific infection. Results from antibody testing shouldn’t be used as the sole basis to diagnose or exclude SARS-CoV-2 infection. Positive results may be due to past or present infection with non-SARS-CoV-2 coronavirus strains, such as coronavirus HKU1, NL63, OC43, or 229E.