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What is a titer?
A titer is a laboratory test that measures the presence and amount of antibodies in blood. A titer may be used to prove immunity to disease. A blood sample is taken and tested. If the test is positive (above a particular known value) the individual has immunity. If the test is negative (no immunity) or equivocal (not enough immunity) you need to be vaccinated.
Many schools, hospitals and clinical institutions want a lab report that includes the test type, exact values, reference ranges and date.
Most schools in the United States require students to provide proof that they are up to date on their vaccinations before they can start attending school. Some companies, especially those in the health care industry, require the same proof from job applicants before they can be officially hired or start working. If vaccination records are unavailable, an individual may have blood titers drawn to show that his or her body is protected against specific infections and other diseases.
Varicella Titer Test
The varicella-zoster virus causes the disease commonly known as chickenpox. Chickenpox is highly contagious and can be spread through the air or direct contact with an infected person. In most cases, once a person has recovered from a chickenpox infection, they develop a lifelong immunity. The body develops antibodies that protect against future infections. A simple varicella titer test can provide this information. This test may also be known as a chickenpox test, an immune to chickenpox test, or VZV. The varicella titer test (chickenpox) looks for the antibodies that indicate immunity as a result of clinical recovery or vaccination. A varicella titer test can also be used to confirm a current chickenpox infection.