The same medication may not cause any reaction to a person, yet may cause unforeseen allergic reactions to another person.
Get your results in 20 - 30 minutes.
Get your results in 1 - 2 weeks.
|Inhalant Skin Prick Test||Food Skin Prick Test|
|Penicillium Notatum||Cow’s Milk|
|Dog Dander||Wheat Flour|
|Cockroach (American)||Soya Flour|
|Inhalant Panel||Mold Panel||Eczema Panel||Paediatric||Seafood Panel||Shellfish Panel||Nuts Panel||Asthma Panel||Gastro Panel|
|Blomia Tropicalis||Aspergillus Fumigatus||Shrimp||Shrimp||Shrimp||Blue Mussel||Almond||Blomia Tropicalis||Chicken|
|Aspergillus Fumigatus||Alternaria Alternata||Fish (Cod)||Fish (Cod)||Crab||Clam||Brazil Nut||Cat Dander||Cow’s Milk|
|Alternaria Alternata||Candida Albicans||Chicken||Anchovies (Ikan Bilis)||Clam||Crab||Hazel Nut||Dog Dander||Egg White|
|Greer||Cladosporium Herbarum||Egg White||Chicken||Fish (Cod)||Lobster||Macadamia Nut||D. Farinae||Peanut|
|D. Farinae||Pencillium Notatum||Cow’s Milk||Cow’s Milk||Anchovies (Ikan Bilis)||Oyster||Peanut||D. Pteronyssinus||Soya Bean|
|D. Pteronyssinus||Peanut||Yeast||Salmon||Scallop||Pine Nut||Chicken||Wheat|
|Curvularia Lunata||Soya Bean||Egg White||Tuna||Shrimp||Pistachio||Cow’s Milk||Gluten|
|Cat Dander||Hazelnut||Cocoa||Squid||Squid||Walnut||Egg White|
|Dog Dander||D. Peteronyssinus||Wheat||Peanut|
|Cockroach (German)||Rice||Soya Bean|
|Johnson Grass||Sesame Seed|
|Bahia Grass||Soya Bean|
|Comprehensive Allergy Screening|
|Aspergillus Fumigatus||Apple||Cow’s Milk||Crab||Fish (Cod)||Maize Flour||Onion||Cashew Nut|
|Alternaria Alternata||Avocado||Goat’s Milk||Oyster||Mugwort||Wheat Flour||Hamster Epithelium||Hazel Nut|
|D. Farinae||Banana||Beef||Shrimp (Pacific)||Bermuda Grass||Egg||Cat Dander||Peanut|
|D. Pteronyssinus||Kiwi||Chicken||Squid||Johnson Grass||Rice||Dog Dander||Soya Bean|
|Cladosporium Herbarium||Peach||Pork||Salmon||Timothy Grass||Celery||Almond||Sesame|
|Coconut||Tomato||Blue Crab Pea||Tuna||Baker’s Yeast||Garlic||Pea||Mustard Seed|
Some allergic medications (such as antihistamine- piriton, cetirizine, loratadine etc) can affect skin prick test results. Long term medications such as antidepressants may interfere the results as well. Please inform your doctor on all the medications that you are consuming.
When Skin Prick Test is performed correctly, it is relatively reliable. However, you may have a negative skin prick test, yet develop allergy later on in life. This is known as a false negative. There are a few explanations:
RAST Blood Test has the edge of having a test result that is not interfered by medicine that the person is taking. However, there is a chance of false positive (A positive test, yet, the patient has no allergy symptoms when exposed to the allergen). This may cause unnecessary confusion and anxiety to patients.
Checking the skin or nail lesion with wood lamp involves shining a hand-held wood lamp device on the area of concern by your physician.
Cryotherapy or colloquially known as ‘cold therapy’ is a procedure that uses liquid nitrogen to deliver freezing cold temperature locally to destroy and remove abnormal skin lesion.
Electrocautery is a bedside procedure where your doctor will use an ‘electric pen’ to deliver high frequency electric current onto the skin to generate heat in order to stop bleeding or remove abnormal skin cells
A steroid injection is simple bedside procedure where your doctor will inject minute amount of steroid onto the skin.
Skin cancer screening is usually performed by your physician using a dermatoscope. Dermatoscope is a medical magnifying glass that allows your physician to visualize the size and shape of the mole that you are concerned of.
Fungal scrape and bacterial culture tests allow physician to confirm or debunk fungal/bacterial diagnosis of skin condition
Skin tags are benign. They are also known as acrochordons medically. They are small, soft overgrowth of the skin commonly located among the face, eyelids neck, armpit, groin, breasts and buttock folds.
An excision biopsy is a bedside procedure where your doctor uses a surgical blade to remove the entire skin lesion under the use of local anaesthesia.
A shave biopsy a bedside procedure where your doctor uses a surgical superficial shaving blade to remove the skin lesion under the use of local anaesthesia.
A skin biopsy, or punch biopsy, is a bedside surgical procedure where your physician will use a small knife ‘puncher’ to obtain a small skin sample under local anaesthesia.
Herpes zoster, commonly referred to as shingles, is a painful blistering rash caused by the varicella-zoster virus— the same virus that causes chickenpox.
Seborrheic Dermatitis is a common chronic inflammatory condition of the skin. It is categorized as a type of chronic eczema, affecting the body area that has more sebaceous glands. characterized by red, greasy scaly patches.
Living in a hot humid climate of Singapore, fungal infection of the skin is common. The fungus thrives and favors body areas that are moist and warm such as the armpit, breast folds, groin, buttocks, feet, toes or even nails.
Eczema is a common inflammation condition of the skin. Although eczema can occur any time in one’s life, it typically starts presenting when one is a child.
Psoriasis is a chronic inflammatory skin condition. It is a common skin disease that can affect 1 in 50 people.
Nearly 20% of people will get hives at some point in their lifetime. While they may not be life-threatening, hives can potentially cause both physical and emotional issues, particularly if they occur frequently.