Are you wondering whether you should get your Titer checked or not? Lack of information about Titer is the reason you are unable to decide? Well, do not worry because here we have everything you should know about Titer.

What is Titer?

It is a type of test which is used to measure the concentration. The test is performed in the lab to check the presence and concentration of antibodies in the blood. Blood is drawn from the patient and a complete analysis is done on the blood to find out the presence of any kind of disease or bacteria. Titer testing is also performed to check whether a person needs a vaccination or is he immune to certain diseases.

How Does Titer testing work?

There is only a positive or negative value in the Titer test. It can be used to check the presence of any kind of infection in the body. The test will show us the concentration of disease-causing agents or antibodies in the blood that will help in further diagnosis. It can be done to check various diseases.

  1. Hepatitis A, B
  2. Rabies
  3. Chickenpox
  4. Rubella
  5. Mumps
  6. Tuberculosis
  7. Measles

We have all the latest equipment and technologies available to conduct Titer testing.

Drug & Alcohol Testing

Drug and alcohol testing are performed at the SNOC to help the employers comply the specific employment policies that are mandated by federal regulations and insurance requirements…

DOT & Non DOT Drug Testing

Department of transportation testing has its own set of requirements that the SNOHC facility has to complete before they can complete the work clearance…

Full-Service X-ray

is a quick, painless test that produces images of the structures inside your body, particularly your bones.

Audiometric W/ interpretation

SNOHC also provides in house service for those with hearing impairments


EKG is a test that records the electrical activity of your heart through small electrode patches that a technician attaches to the skin of your chest, arms, and legs

Respiratory Fit test

If you work in areas where you could possibly breathe in particulates, vapors or fibers, you probably already know that wearing respirators is crucial to your health and safety.
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