What is IgG?
The immunoglobulin G test is a clinical assay to determine the levels of Immunoglobulin G in the blood to diagnose the exact cause of immune deficiency.
Why is IgG done?
Immunoglobulin G is tested when symptoms of deficiency of immune system appear, especially in children. These include greater susceptibility to simple diseases like common cold, greater susceptibility to infections, weakened wound healing, etc.
Preparation for IgG
- No special preparation required
Sample Type for IgG