Immunity Score Testing for COVID-19

A single blood test which quantitatively measures your personal immune response to the SARS-CoV-2 virus or vaccine.

INDIVIDUAL IMMUNE RESPONSE MEASUREMENT & RISK ASSESSMENT

The focus over the past year has centered around avoiding the COVID-19 virus. Antigen testing by PCR is a viable approach for determining infection status; however, as our nation moves through this next phase of the pandemic, a comprehensive monitoring program is needed for individuals to assess their personal immune response and related risk if exposed.

WHY Immunity Score Testing?

Med Club’s Immunity Score Testing for COVID-19 is personalized immunity testing. It is a comprehensive immune response monitor that tracks multiple combinations of antibodies and neutralizing antibody responses against several different antigens that are made by the virus. This makes it possible to assess the strength of your body’s immune response to the SARS-CoV-2 virus. The Immunity Score Testing provides quantitative results needed to make informed decisions about booster vaccinations, return-to- work, mask use, other preventive measures and safety concerns.

AditxtScore™ TESTING

Delivers a detailed view of your immune response to multiple antigens associated with COVID-19

  • Provides a snapshot of your antibody response by your immune system to COVID-19 with a single blood test.
  • Provides evidence if a prior infection or vaccination has generated an antibody response by your immune system which may protect you against COVID-19
  • Provides quantitative evidence that you have or have not developed a robust antibody response by your immune system to SARS-CoV-2 virus

Takes the guess work out for vulnerable and immunocompromised patients

Med Club’s Immunity Score Testing for COVID-19 measures the levels of three antibodies – IgM, IgA, and IgG – independently of each other against three different SARS-CoV-2 antigens, giving a more complete picture of the immune response to either the virus itself or a COVID-19 vaccine. The number of antibodies of each type are directed against: receptor binding domain (RBD), spike protein (S1), and nucleocapsid protein (NP). The level of response indicates the quality of your immune protection and the source of the response.

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If you have a detectable antibody level, the Immunity Score Test for COVID-19 captures important data on how effective your antibodies are for inactivating the virus. Neutralizing antibodies block the path that SARS-CoV-2 virus travels to enter your cells and are used as an indicator of the effectiveness of your antibodies to prevent the virus from infecting your cells.

Immunity Score Testing provides clarity about your response to Covid-19

Most patients will have one of five statuses.

  • No Previous Vaccine and No Previous Infection or No Response -
  • Unprotected
  • Require monitoring for virus
  • Vaccination recommended
  • Wear protective mask
  • Maintain 6ft distance
  • Previous Vaccine or Previous Infection with Suboptimal Immune Response
  • Unprotected
  • Require monitoring for virus
  • Vaccination recommended
  • Wear protective mask
  • Maintain 6ft distance
  • Previous Infection and No Previous Vaccine with Robust Immune Response -
  • Likely Protected
  • If neutralizing antibodies detected
  • Test for memory B cells for long term immunity status
  • Vaccinated and No Previous Infections with Robust Immune Response -
  • Likely Protected
  • If neutralizing antibodies detected
  • Test for memory B cells for long term immunity status
  • Vaccinated and Previous Infection with Robust Immune Response -
  • Likely Protected
  • If neutralizing antibodies detected
  • Test for memory B cells for long term immunity status

Frequently Asked Questions

What is Immunity Score Testing?

This Immunity Score Testing technology platform provides a personalized, comprehensive profile of the immune system.

What is Immunity Score Testing for COVID-19?

It is a blood test that measures your immune response to the SARS-CoV-2 virus or vaccination.

What is an immune response?

An immune response means that your body’s immune system has been exposed to, activated by, and prepared to mount a defense response against the SARS-CoV-2 virus.

What is the difference between antigen testing and antibody testing?

Antigen (made by the virus) testing by PCR is used to determine an active infection status.  Antibody (made by your body) testing determines your immune response to the virus and/or vaccination. Immunity Test Scoring for COVID-19 provides a comprehensive evaluation of the immune response to the virus and/or vaccine, allowing you to know if a prior infection, vaccination or both has resulted in a response that suggests immunity.

Does Immunity Score Testing diagnose an active infection of COVID-19?

You should not use Immunity Score Testing for COVID-19 to detect an active infection. This test detects antibodies (made by your body) that the immune system develops in response to the virus, not the virus itself.

How is Immunity Score Testing for COVID-19 different from other antibody tests?

Immunity Test Scoring for COVID-19 assesses multiple antibody types against multiple SARS-CoV-2 antigens (made of the virus) with speed and accuracy. It offers a view of multiple immune parameters in a single blood test, eliminating the need for multiple tests.

Also, Immunity Score Testing for COVID-19 is designed to measure levels of neutralizing antibodies (made in your bone marrow), which measure the ability of antibodies to block viral entry into our cells. Levels of neutralizing antibodies have been used as an indicator to your proactive immunity. The Immunity Score Testing platform utilizes a proprietary algorithm to analyze and translate clinical the serological data into meaningful and actionable information for individuals.

What questions does Immunity Score Testing for COVID-19 answer?

Immunity Score Testing for COVID-19 provides a snapshot of meaningful information to help you evaluate your personal immunity status. Specifically, individuals will obtain answers to the following questions:

Is there evidence to prior exposure to the SARS-CoV-2 virus or vaccine?
Is there evidence that a robust immune response developed?
Is there evidence this immune response can protect you against COVID-19?

How do I prepare for Immunity Score Testing for COVID-19 test, and how is it conducted?

It is preformed through a standard blood draw. You do not need to fast. Just be well hydrated so that your veins will be easier to find. It is recommended that you consume at least 12 ounces of water before getting your blood drawn.

Can my Immunity Score Testing for COVID-19 result determine whether I need a mask or not?

By assessing multiple antibody (made by your body) types against multiple SARS-CoV-2 antigens (made by the virus), Immunity Score Testing for COVID-19 indicates whether you have been exposed to the virus, vaccine or both and generated an immune response to neutralize it.  Immunity Score Testing cannot guarantee you will not become infected in the future; however, a positive immune response suggests you may have increased resistance to infection if exposed to the COVID-19 virus again.

You should not use the results from any test as an indication you can stop taking precautionary measures to protect yourself and others.  We encourage you to follow CDC guidelines and local, state, and federal rules and regulations.

Why do I need Immunity Score Testing for COVID-19? I'll just get the vaccine.

Immunity Score Testing for COVID-19 monitor can show whether a vaccination has resulted in an immune response which is designated to protect you from the virus.  Knowledge of your immune status may provide insight to your future response to a future exposure of the SARS-CoV-2 virus.

If I have a positive Immunity Score Testing for COVID-19 score, do I need to get the vaccine?

Please consult CDC guidelines regarding whether you should be vaccinated against the SARS-CoV-2 virus.

I have recently been vaccinated against COVID-19, but I don't know when I should have a Immunity Score Testing to determine immunity status. How soon after vaccination should the test be conducted?

Your immunity status may change over time.  Regular monitoring of your immune status every three to six months can help provide information about changes that may occur over time.

How long does my vaccination last?

At this time, the duration from any of the COVID-19 vaccinations is unknown.

Who should receive Immunity Score Testing for COVID-19 testing?

Post-Vaccination

Taking the Immunity Score Testing for COVID-19 test after your first COVID-19 vaccine dose and again after your second dose can check whether your body produced neutralizing antibodies in response to the vaccine.  For a vaccine that is to be 95% effective, 5,000 out of every 100,000 people vaccinated will not be protected.

Post-Recovery

If you were infected with the SARS-CoV-2 (COVID-19) virus, your body should have produced disease specific antibodies.  The Immunity Score Testing for COVID-19 test quantitively measures your body’s antibody response.  Experts are still learning about how long the antibodies remain in your system after infections, and whether you are protected from reinfection in the future.

General Awareness

If you just want to have a baseline before vaccination or are simply curious about your current immune status.

How long after a COVID-19 infection should I wait to have an Immunity Score Test for COVID-19 to determine my immunity status?

At least two weeks after resolution of last symptoms of the virus.

What are the hours and where is the location for testing?

Testing is available at Med Club, located at 2301 SE Washington Blvd. Bartlesville, OK 74006. Hours are Monday – Thursday 9-4. Closed from 12-1 for lunch. 

Are appointments required? How do I schedule an appointment?

Yes, an appointment is required. For testing you must email, hello@medclub.clinic or call the clinic at 918-214-8200 to request Immunity
Score Testing for COVID-19 new patient forms. After you return the completed forms to Med Club, a staff member will contact you to scheduled for an appointment. Appointment times may vary. Med Club has the right to refuse service to anyone.

When and how will I receive my results from the Immunity Score Testing for COVID-19?

Immunity Score Testing for COVID-19 test results are generally returned from the lab within 7-10 business days. After Med Club receives your results, they will be emailed to you via the email address you provided at registration. If you wish to review your results with Dr. Williams, you may email and request a telephone appointment to be scheduled.

My entire family needs to be tested. How can we arrange that?

Each family member needs to complete separate Immunity Score Testing, new patient forms and schedule individual appointment times.

Do you allow children to be tested?

With parental consent, children 12 and above may be tested provided they are cooperative. No special consideration will be provided based on age.

How much does the Immunity Score Testing for COVID-19 cost?

The Immunity Score Testing for COVID-19 test cost $200.00 for Med Club members, and $250.00 for non-members, plus a $10.00 phlebotomy fee. We do not accept Medicare, Medicaid, or third party healthcare insurance.

Does Med Club accept major credit cards, debit cards, HSA cards, or cash?

For non-member Immunity Score Testing, cash or credit card will be the only payment form accepted. We do not accept non-member HSA/FSA cards for testing services.  Payment is expected at the time of service.

If I have more questions, who may I contact?

You can email, hello@medclub.clinic with additional questions.

 DISCLAIMER

Immunity Score Testing for COVID-19 is an elective lab test intended for personal use only. Results from the Immunity Score Testing for COVID-19, provide no representation or guarantee that this will prevent you from being infected by SARS-CoV-2. Immunity Score Testing for COVID-19 is available per a CLIA-validated, laboratory developed test (LDT). This test is not for self-diagnosis.  Aditxt, Inc. has submitted an Emergency Use Authorization (EUA) application with the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) for an Immunity Score Testing for COVID-19 test, for use in detecting antibodies against SARS-CoV-2 antigens.

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