How MiGenesys™ PGx Test Can help?
A patient's genetic makeup can have a major influence on how a patient processes drugs and can account for how medication response varies for each patient. By ordering the MiGenesys™ test, doctors can identify which medications are the right ones for the patient and which to avoid. The PGx Test can also help physicians improve the Rx results by providing the right dosage and suggestions for alternative medications.
"The power of genetics in your hands"
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MiGenesys™ cardiovascular test
provides pharmacogenetic insights in to routinely prescribed drug classes used in cardiology, including anti-platelet, anti-coagulant, statins, beta-blockers, ACE inhibitors, calcium channel blockers and hormone therapies.
MiGenesys™ Neurology test provides pharmacogenetic insights in to routinely prescribed drug classes used in Neurology.
MiGenesys™ General practice test provides pharmacogenetic insights in to commonly prescribed medicines by general practitioners.
MiGenesys™ Pain test provides pharmacogenetic insights in to opioids, non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs, and other pain drugs.
MiGenesys™ Gastroenterology test provides pharmacogenetic insights in to acid reducers including proton pump inhibitors.
MiGenesys™ Psychiatry test provides pharmacogenetic insights in to routinely prescribed drug classes used in psychiatry including selective serotonin reuptake inhibitors, or SSRI, serotonin-norepinephrine reuptake inhibitors, or SNRI, and tricyclic antidepressants as well as antipsychotic drugs.
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We provide the information you need. We analyze the most commonly prescribed FDA approved drugs.
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All practicing physicians, regardless of the area of training, can interpret our report and take action with just a quick glance.
MiGenesys™ pharmacogenetic test (PGx) analyzes a patient’s DNA to determine how he or she may respond to certain medications. This information can help providers make better prescription decisions, protect patients from adverse drug reactions and drug ineffectiveness, and reduce healthcare costs.