OneDraw takes a small blood sample using proprietery near pain-free technology.
Your sample is stabilized using cold-chain free technology that allows a high-quality sample to be safely shipped to a laboratory to be processed.
Hang tight – the results will be sent directly to your provider for review. We provide clinical grade results, without the hassel of being pricked and prodded
Conventional skin prick tests use
60 year old technology
During allergy skin tests, your skin is pricked and exposed to suspected
allergy-causing substances (allergens) and is then observed for signs of an
allergic reaction. These tests are invasive and can be inconclusive for
complex food and environmental allergies. OneDraw uses cutting edge blood
sampling technology to provide a next to painless experience and objective results
1 Comprehensive Food Panel (40 IgE)
- Dairy and Nuts
- Flour and Meat
2 Comprehensive Environmental Panel (40 IgE)
- Indoor Allergens
- Grass and Weed
3 Autoimmune Screening Panel
- IgG- Anti-CCP for Rheumatoid Arthritis
- IgG- Anti-dsDNA for System Lupus Erythematosus (SLE)
- IgG- Anti-Gliadin for Celiac Disease
More than 15% of the population in industrial countries suffer from an immediate-type allergy. Typical allergic reactions are rhinitis, conjunctivitis and allergic asthma. A worldwide increase in allergic rhinitis has been observed, with a prevalence of 4% to more than 40% in various regions. Inhalation allergies can be triggered by seasonal allergens (pollen from trees, grasses and weeds) or all-year-round indoor allergens (house dust mites, domestic animals, mould spores). The allergic symptoms intensify with every further exposure to the allergen. If a systemic allergic reaction occurs, serious, even life- threatening reactions can result (anaphylactic shock).
A food allergy is an IgE mediated reaction which leads to symptoms within hours of having ingested the food. The most common foods causing allergic reactions are peanuts, soy, wheat, shellfish, fish, milk, eggs and tree nuts. Possible symptoms are burning or itching in the oral cavity, nausea, gastrointestinal spasms, diarrhoea skin rashes. Severe reactions can also lead to asthma attacks, breathlessness, increased heart rate and to panic attacks and confusion. In rare cases anaphylaxis can occur (e.g. after the consumption of peanuts, nuts or fish).