Pharmaceutical Drug Sensitivity Test.
PGx panel - myDNA Medication test is a pharmacogenomics (PGx) test, which identifies variations in a number of genes that affect medication response. These variations have been shown to affect either blood levels or the therapeutic response/side-effects to a number of medications. This test provides medication-specific prescribing considerations to help improve the safety and efficacy of medications and reduce the risk of unwanted side effects.
This test detects nine potentially actionable genes covering more than 130 drugs currently on the Bumrungrad International Hospital.
e.g. Allergy, Analgesic/Anesthesiology, Anti-inflammatory, Anticoagulant/Antiplatelet, Cardiovascular, Endocrinology, Gastroenterology, Immunosuppressive, Infectious Disease, Neurology, Oncology, Psychiatry, Pulmonary, Rheumatology, Sleep Medicine, Urology.
- CYP2D6 gene
- CYP2C19 gene
- CYP2C9 gene
- VKORC1 gene
- CYP1A2 gene
- CYP3A4 gene
- CYP3A5 gene
- SLCO1B1 gene
- OPRM1 gene
- People who take drugs or are planning to start taking drugs
- People who have underlying disease and take many drugs e.g. children, elderly
- People who want to know the prediction of drug response for planning drug treatment in the future
Terms and Conditions
- This package is valid from now through 31 December 2020
- Include post counseling by clinical pharmacist but excludes doctor’s fee and the cost of any additional services
- Do not eat, drink (except for plain water), smoke, brush your teeth or chew gum for one hour before collecting the buccal sample.
- For specimen collection. In case of selecting to collect samples outside the hospital, sample collection kit can be provided domestic shipping only.
- Please bring your current medication list when you visit the hospital.
Bumrungrad International Hospital
33 Soi Sukhumvit 3, Khlong Toei Nuea, Watthana, Bangkok 10110