GODZINY OTWARCIAPN-PT 10:00-14:00; SB:ONLINE732 470 firstname.lastname@example.org. Stefana Jaracza 60BWrocław
WHAT WE DIAGNOSE?
Superficial infections caused by
fungal infections of glabrous skin
fungal infections of hair
fungal infections of fingernails and toenails
Infections caused by
Pseudomonas nails infection
Diseases caused by
infections caused by Sarcoptes scabiei
infections caudsed by Demodex folliculorum
PREPARATION FOR EXAMINATION
It is recommended to stop antifungal therapy (topical and oral) for at least 14 days prior to examination.
Removing of nail polish, nail conditioners ,creams or artificial nails. Avoid bath or showers before examination (do not wash feet if you have infected toenails). If you have infected fingernails, wash you hands 2-3 hours before examination.
Avoid bath , shower , creams, lotions, etc. for a minimum of 12h before examination.
Avoid washing hair for a minimum of 48h before examination, avoid applying cosmetics on the scalp.
Avoid lubricants, spermicides, globulants etc., do not have sexual intercourse for a minimum of 24h before examination.
* The material from the vagina is sampled by phisycian
Do not consume foods or liquids for at least 4 h before examination (it is recommended to do examination in the morning, on an empty stomach). Do not brush your teeth.
EYELASHES AND FACE
Makeup (mascara, foundation, fluid etc.) should be washed off before examination.
PCR method is based on isolation of genetic material of fungal pathogen and carrying out a reaction in which the specific and unique sequences contained in the pathogen DNA are amplified. This allows for fast diagnostics of fungal infections, identification of the microorganism as to genera and species. It has been proven that the PCR method is much more sensitive than culture.