Covid-19 Neutralizing Antibody Testing

About the Neutralizing Covid-19 Antibody Test

Valley Medical and Wellness offers the cPass™ SARS-CoV-2 Neutralization Antibody Test, which has been issued Emergency Use Authorization (EUA) by U.S. FDA. 

The results of the Neutralizing Antibody test are meant to help you assess if you have an immune response to SARS-CoV-2, the virus that causes COVID-19. Adaptive Immunity is developed by a person's immune system after past infection or vaccination where antibodies work to prevent future disease by remembering the pathogen and creating an immune response. A Neutralizing Antibody binds to a virus and interferes with its ability to infect a cell.

Check out the FDA Fact Sheet For Recipients for more information.

What do the results of this test tell me?

The purpose of this test is to assess your immune response to Sars-CoV-2 (COVID-19). Positive test results do not guarantee the protective immunity or preventing re-infection, or durability of the neutralizing antibody titer levels. Persons with a positive cPass™ test result must continue to protect themselves and others from COVID-19, following current CDC and government guidelines.

If you have questions about your results from this test, please talk with your healthcare provider.

How do I schedule my Antibody Test?

You can schedule your COVID-19 Neutralizing Antibody test conveniently through our website by going to our www.valleymedical.com and clicking on COVID-19 Testing. Or by clicking HERE! You may schedule your test at any of our COVID-19 Testing locations near you in Burnsville, Woodbury, and Minneapolis, MN! Results are available within 24-72 hours! Insurance coverage and self-pay options are available.

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Questions about scheduling? Call 612-286-8366

Author
Kate Cummings Kate graduated from Winona State University in 2016 with a BS in Cell & Molecular Biology. She has been with Valley Medical and Wellness (VMW) since 2017. She began her tenure with VMW as a Medical Assistant working with physicians and participating in procedures and intake of chronic pain and addiction patients. She was able to transfer her talents to clinic administration in her role as a Patient Care Coordinator in 2019 and then in 2020 as the Patient Scheduler Supervisor where she works closely with clinical operations, management and support, as well as assisting in the operation of our Covid-19 testing sites and various clinical project management duties and business growth initiatives. In her free time, Kate enjoys camping, hiking, gardening, reading, traveling, and spending time with friends, family, and her fiancé, Garret, and Australian Sheppard, Luna.

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