RAPID INFLUENZA DIAGNOSTIC TEST (RIDT)
DRIVE-UP IN-CAR TESTING
WHY SHOULD I GET TESTED?
RIDTs may be used to help with decisions for patients as a precursor to visiting their primary care physician. Their PCP will make the decision such as whether to prescribe antiviral medications. This Rapid test can be ordered online and performed via our Drive Up Services within the comfort of your car.
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Secure Health Partners is your local source for reliable and quick test procedures.
- Safe & Easy Testing
- Professionally Trained Onsite Staff
HOW IT WORKS
JUST THREE SIMPLE STEPS TO GET YOUR RESULTS:
1. BOOK YOUR TEST
Use the scheduler below to pick your arrival date & time.
2. VISIT OUR OFFICE
Text us at the number provided once you arrive and park in an online appointment parking spot; describing your car make and color. We'll come out to your car and perform the quick easy test.
3. GET YOUR RESULTS
Quick turnaround time delivered via Email or picked up at our office.
Call (303) 963-5554 today with any questions!
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- When should I get tested?
If you have the following symptoms, you may want to test for influenza:
- Sudden onset of high fever
- Headache, muscle aches and joint pain
- Cough (usually dry)
- Sore throat
- Nasal congestion and runny nose
Stomach symptoms such as nausea, vomiting or diarrhea may occur but are more common in children than adults.
- What is being tested?
Rapid influenza diagnostic tests (RIDTs) are immunoassays that can identify the presence of influenza A and B viral nucleoprotein antigens in respiratory specimens, and display the result in a qualitative way (positive vs. negative)
- Do I need to fast?
No, this test does not require any preparation before the sample is collected.
- How do I get the results?
The results usually take a few minutes and can be delivered in 3 convenient ways: directly to your device through text or email, sent to your home through mail, or picked up in the office.
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Source: CDC “Centers for Disease Control and Prevention”