Crohn's test

Your test

$250.00

Using our technology we are able to offer a unique test directly to patients to identify the bacterium that we believe is the trigger organism for Crohn’s disease.

 

The results of your test can provide additional evidence of the cause of your Crohn’s disease so you can seek out appropriate treatment options.

 

If you would like to order this test by email instead, you can download a test request form here and follow the instructions.

 

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Product Description

Otakaro Pathways has developed unique and patented methods to identify a particular bacteria. We believe this bacterium is the trigger organism for Crohn’s disease.

Our detection test acts as a biomarker, which can support the diagnosis of Crohn’s disease, as well as several other autoimmune diseases.

Using our technology we are able to offer this unique test directly to patients. Your results could provide additional evidence of the trigger of your Crohn’s, so you can seek out appropriate treatment options.

 

Process

  1. Fill in all the necessary details and submit your order and payment
  2. After completion of your order you need to receive a blood sample – view blood sample requirements or you can download and print them here.
  3. Once you have your blood sample we require the test within 7 days (delivery instructions are also on the blood sample requirements page). You may be charged directly for the blood sample collection by the phlebotomist. This is in addition to the price of the test.
  4. Once the sample is received and prepared, the final determination is made at 30 days and the results will be emailed to you.

DISCLAIMER: This test was developed by Otakaro Pathways and is performed in New Zealand as a laboratory developed test (LDT) to support research. This test has not been cleared or approved by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA).