Women’s Infection Test

Women of reproductive ages between 16 through 60+ are most affected by Vaginal infectious diseases such as Bacteria, Fungus, Parasites, and other Sexually Transmitted Infections.

Traditional diagnostic methods include:
• Gynecologic examination
• Vaginal pH
• Microscopic evaluation of gram stain
• Wet mount
• Amine odor test

Disadvantage
• Difficulty identifying and differentiating between specific pathogens
• Lack sensitivity and meticulousness
• Time consuming

In many cases, the results of traditional methods are not conclusive, especially for the mixed infections, which are common in vaginal infection.

X-gene’s molecular test – A new horizon of diagnosis

• Highly sensitive molecular test directly detect pathogens
• Simultaneously identify multiple type pathogens
• Easy to differentiate pathogens for diagnosing the mixed infection
• Clear-cut results provide accurate diagnosis
• Fast test turnaround time
• Detect slow-growing, difficult-to culture, unculturable microorganisms

With the DNA from a swab, we can identify and differentiate more than 25 pathogens that causes vagina infection. The accurate results help physicians find the best medications for patients

Test Panels offered at X-Gene

Comprehensive test (Test ID 1610)
This panel identifies the change of normal vagina flora (microbiota) and differentiates 15 species of non-pathogenic and pathogenic bacteria, 5 of the most common species of fungi, and 5 sexually transmitted disease pathogens.

Frequently diagnosed pathogen panel (Test ID 1611)
This test panel identifies and differentiates 15 pathogens frequently seen in vaginal infection.

Bacterial Vaginosis test (Test ID 1612)
The panel identifies and differentiates 19 bacterial species involved in vaginosis.

Aerobic Vaginitis test (Test ID 1613)
The panel identifies the change of lactobacilli, normal vagina flora (microbiota) and overgrowth of non-pathogenic or pathogenic bacteria that cause the aerobic vaginitis.

Sexually Transmitted Infection test (Test ID 1614)
The test panel identifies Gonorrhea/Neisseria honnorrhea, Chlamydia, Trichomonas, Mycoplasma gentalium, Mycoplasma hominis and Urea plasma urealyticum.

Candidal Vaginitis test (Test ID 1615)
The test panel identifies 5 of the most common candida that cause fungal vaginitis.

Group B Strp test (Test ID 1616)
This panel identifies group B Streptococcus agalactiae for pregnancy.

We test most prevalent microorganisms

Bacteria
• Atopobium Vaginea,
• BVAB2
• Megaphaera 1
• Megaphaera 2
• Gardnerella Vaginalis
• Prevotella Bivia
• Mobiluncus Curtisii
• Escherichia Coli
• Mobiluncus Muliers
• Staphylococcus Aureus
• Enterococcus Faecalis
• Group B strep/Streptococcus agalactiae
• Ureaplasma urealyticum
• Lactobacillus Crispatus
• Lactobacillus Gasseri
• Lactobacillus Jensenii
• Lactobacillus Iners
Fungal
• Candida albicans
• Candida glabrata
• Candida Krusei
• Candida Parasilosis
• Candida Tropicalis
Sexually Transmitted Pathogens
• Chlamydia/Chlamydia Trachomatis
• Trichomonas/Trichomonas vaginalis
• Gonorrhea/Neisseria gonorrhea
• Mycoplasma hominis
• Mycoplasma gentalium
Sample Collection Package

The package includes all materials needed for patient sample collection.

To order the test, please contact us to request a sample collection kit at
support@xgenediagnostics.com