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Yes, you can get a blood test to check your titer (immunity level) for measles, chickenpox, and rubella (German measles).
There is no "MMR" titer, but you can get three individual results for measles, mumps, and rubella titers. Contact your health care provider to find out which result was "394."
Measles is also sometimes called rubeola, 5-day measles, or hard measles.
These are called Koplik's spots, and are unique to measles infection.
Typically the PPD, and titers for rubella, measles, and mumps. Sometimes titer for varicella, and sometimes hepatitis B. Sometimes a drug test.
Rubeola is another name for measles (not to be confused with German measles, which is called rubella).
An ariborne pathogen that targets the respiratory tracts is the rubella virus. Rubella virus is also known as the German Measles. Treatment for the rubella virus is a vaccine.German measles or Rubela is caused by a special type of microbe called as 'Virus'.
It's called a level or a titer.
DefinitionA titer is a measurement of the amount or concentration of a substance in a solution. It usually refers to the amount antibodies found in a patient's blood.InformationBlood titer measurements can be very helpful in determining medical treatment. Antibody titers can tell the doctor if the patient has immunity to diseases such as measles, small pox, and hepatitis. The measurement is expressed as a ratio, such as 1:40.
MMR titer will not detect THC.
Tetanus is caused by a bacterium called Clostridium tetani. Measles is caused by a virus.