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P-K stands for Prausnitz-K++stner test

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The Prausnitz-Küstner test (PK test, Prausnitz-Küstner reaction) is an immunologic test formerly used by physicians to determine if a patient has an allergic reaction to a specific antigen. [1] The test has been replaced by the safer skin prick test. The PK test involves transferring serum from the test subject to another healthy person, essentially using the second person as a mixing vessel for antibodies and antigen.
Prausnitz-Küstner test (PK test) [prous′nits kist′nər] Etymology: Otto C. Prausnitz, German hygienist, 1876-1963; Heinz Küstner, German gynecologist, 1897-1963.
The Prausnitz-Küstner test (PK test, Prausnitz-Küstner reaction) is an immunologic test formerly used by physicians to determine if a patient has an allergic reaction to a specific antigen. [1] The test has been replaced by the safer skin prick test. The PK test involves transferring serum from the test subject to another healthy person, essentially using the second person as a mixing vessel for antibodies and antigen.
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