It depends on the pricing system. They can be more expensive in some clinics. However the quantitative is 100% accurate compared to the qualiative. **********************************************************
Momoftwo0506: It Really Depends On The Type Of Blood Test It Is I Guess I Am Going To Have One Done Today And It Only Cost $19.00 So I Guess It Really Depends On The Place You Go And The Type Of Test You Get.
A qualitative blood test can be wrong. The Quantitative Beta HCG blood test will not be wrong.
No,Blood pressure is a quantitative variable because it is measured in numbers
qualitative pregnancy test is basically yes or no answer. quantative pregnancy test gives an idea of how long you have been pregnant
No because it is numerical and so therefore it is quantitative
You have to be more specific. Every lab test is either qualitative or quantitative. What is the test specifically for?
There are two kinds of blood tests for pregnancy tests -- quantitative and qualitative. Assuming you've waited long enough (much less than 49 days), and the test is done properly by the lab, the quantitative test is very accurate. The qualitative blood test is about the same accuracy as urine tests. Even the home urine tests are 97% accurate. So if you took the quantitative blood test you can be very sure it's right. Even with the other tests 97% is pretty accurate. I suspect the error rate in blood labs is greater than that.
A pregnancy blood test or a pregnancy serum test is a test that measures the exact amount of the pregnancy hormone, human chorionic gonadotropin (hCG), in the bloodstream of a woman to detect pregnancy. Human chorionic gonadotropin (hCG) is a hormone that is produced by the placenta of a pregnant woman. It is detectable in the blood and urine within 10 days of fertilization. There are two types of blood pregnancy tests, namely, quantitative blood test which measures the exact amount of hCG in the blood and qualitative hCG blood test which gives a simple yes or no answer to whether you are pregnant or not.
A quantitative human chorionic gonadotropin (HCG) test measures the specific level of HCG in the blood. HCG is a hormone produced during pregnancy. its a blood test done to see if you're pregnant. A quantitative human chorionic gonadotropin (HCG) test measures the specific level of HCG in the blood. HCG is a hormone produced during pregnancy. its a blood test done to see if you're pregnant.
Hello - There are two types of blood pregnancy test. * Qualiative Beta Hcg. * Quantitative Beta Hcg. The Quantitative Beta Hcg pregnancy blood test is the most accurate blood test availble for determining and confirming pregnancy. It works by measuring the exact amount of Hcg present in the Womans blood. If your Hcg level is 5 and over then this is deemed a positive result. The Qualiative Beta Hcg pregnancy blood test is very similar to the Quantitative blood test but not as accurate during early pregnancy. The Qualiative is very similar to a urine pregnancy test and it only looks for a certain level or amount of Hcg in your blood and because of this, it is possible to mis-diagnose early pregnancy. For example the Qualiative will deem a Woman pregnant is she has 50mml of Hcg in her blood but if the Woman only had 48mml of Hcg in her blood then this test would declare a negative result when in fact she would be pregnant. Any Hcg result over 5 is a positive. Always go for the Quantitative. If you did have the Quantitative then unfortunately you are not pregnant hun. Otherwise see your doctor for a repeat test with the Quantitative. ~ T
Normally, yes. But qualitative blood tests (yes/no) have more cases of error than quantitative tests (done days apart).
It depends. I know this is likely not what someone who is hoping to be pregnant after a miscarriage wants to hear but there isn't a definitive answer since it depends when the miscarriage happened (how far along was the woman?) and also how long it takes for the hCG (the pregnancy hormone detected by pregnancy tests) to leave her system. If a woman is wondering if a positive test is indicating the hormones left by a miscarriage or is a sign of a new pregnancy, she should go to her doctor or midwife for a quantitative (not qualitative) blood test or an ultrasound. A quantitative blood test will measure how much hCG is in her system while a qualitative blood test will do the same thing a urine test does -- say whether or not there is any hormone there. An ultrasound will examen the contents of the uterus to see if there is an embryonic sac or missed particles from the miscarriage.
If you mean how to see if you are pregnant, then you could do a home pregnancy test which you have to pee on and it measures your hCG which is a hormone only found in pregnant women. You can also go your local doctor and ask for a blood test. There are two tests from the doctors; Quantitative Blood Test - which measures you exact amount of hCG or the Qualitative Blood Test - which gives you a basic yes or no answer to whether you are pregnant or not. Pregnancy tests are around 97-99% accurate, but with a home pregnancy test, be sure to do 2-3 just to make sure.
There are two tests: Quatitative beta hcg pregnancy blood test or the qualiative beta hcg pregnancy blood test. The quantitative measures the exact amount of hcg in your blood.
See your Doctor for a Quantitative beta HCG pregnancy blood test. You will need to ask specifically for this blood test.
if the pregnancy test you took was a urine test..then yes you can still be pregnant. the urine test detects pregnancy by yourhormone level. some women experience a high hormone level in their second month of pregnancy. the best way to know for sure is with a blood test which can detect pregnancy even if you're one week pregnant. A pregnancy blood test or a pregnancy serum test is a test that measures the exact amount of the pregnancy hormone, human chorionic gonadotropin (hCG), in the bloodstream of a woman to detect pregnancy. Human chorionic gonadotropin (hCG) is a hormone that is produced by the placenta of a pregnant woman. It is detectable in the blood and urine within 10 days of fertilization. There are two types of blood pregnancy tests, namely, quantitative blood test which measures the exact amount of hCG in the blood and qualitative hCG blood test which gives a simple yes or no answer to whether you are pregnant or not.
Yes you can. Planned Parenthood clinicians can order qualitative or quanitative tests depending on the reason for the test.
A serum pregnancy test is a blood test performed in a physician's office or laboratory to get quantitative hCG. A "triple screen" is a blood test for hCG, AFP, and uE3. The other type of pregnancy test is an over-the-counter test which examines urine for the presence of hCG.
Hiya! A increase in HCG through a blood test can be detected by a Quantitative blood test, 42 hours after being previously tested.
Is 16 a result from a quantitative blood test from your doctor's office? If so, you are very early in the pregnancy, less than 4 weeks pregnant.
You may of had a miscarriage hun. See your doctor for a Quantitative beta hcg pregnancy blood test. This test will measure the amount of HCG in your blood and determine if you're pregnant.
Qualitative:Human blood is red.Males are taller than females on average.Saturn has rings.Metals are shiny.Ice cubes float.Quantitative:Red blood cells make up 40% of the volume of whole blood.The average adult American male is 5' 9" tall.The rings of Saturn have a diameter 2.3 times the diameter of the planet.Aluminum reflects 92% of visible light.The density of ice at the freezing point is 0.9167 g/ml.
The ABO blood type variation is a qualitative trait in humans.
The presence or absecne of HCG (human chorionic gonadotropin) can be measured in both the urine and in blood. Quantitative analysis (showing the rising levels of HCG as pregnancy progresses) can only be done in blood.
hCG level is the level of the pregnancy hormone human chorionic gonadotropin. A quantitative hCG level is a blood test that can be used to track normal pregnancy development or give an indication that the pregnancy may be miscarrying.