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Meet Ujwala Sangam

At 222 Healthcare, we're thrilled to introduce an innovative addition to our team – Ujwala Sangam. Ujwala is a highly skilled pharmacist specialising in pharmacogenomics and Nutrigenomics. With an in-depth understanding of these fields.

Ujwala works alongside our medical team to deliver comprehensive care plans that consider both your genetic makeup and lifestyle.

What is Pharmacogenomics & What We Do?

Pharmacogenomics is the study of how our unique genetic makeup influences the way our bodies respond to medicines. Have you ever wondered why a certain medicine works wonders for one person but causes adverse effects in another? The answer lies in our genetic variations, which can affect how medicines are metabolised, absorbed, or interact with our body's receptors. With pharmacogenomics, we can tailor your medicines to your genetic profile, maximising their effectiveness while minimising the risk of adverse reactions.

  • We Provide insight into how medications are impacting your body.
  • Not all medications work the same for every person. Your age, lifestyle, and DNA can impact how your body responds to medicines. With our healthcare system stretched and time to devote per patient limited, it can be a struggle to fully understand your symptoms, diagnosis, and medications.
  • We provide unhurried, comprehensive consultations to review your medications and facilitate pharmacogenomics testing. The outcome – a personalised medication recommendation just for you!

What is PGx-Pharmacogenomics?

Pharmacogenomics is the study of how a patient’s DNA affects their response to medications. PGx testing analyses almost 80 genes to understand how your body interacts with medications and how they are processed to provide insight into your unique genetic makeup. The purpose is to personalise your medication plan and improve health outcomes.

Why Choose Our Pharmacogenomics Services?

Personalised Treatment Plans

By incorporating pharmacogenomics into our practice, we can develop personalised treatment plans that are uniquely suited to your genetic makeup. This approach minimises the "trial and error" period commonly associated with finding the right medicine, saving you time, money, and unnecessary side effects.

Improved Medicine Safety

Adverse drug reactions are a significant concern in healthcare. With pharmacogenomics, we can identify potential drug interactions and reduce the risk of adverse reactions based on your genetic profile. This ensures that the medicines prescribed to you are not only effective but also safe.

Enhanced Health Outcomes

pharmacogenomics empowers you to take control of your health and achieve better outcomes. By aligning medicines with your genetic predispositions, we can significantly improve the effectiveness of treatments and help you lead a healthier, happier life.

Benefits of Pharmacogenomics (PGx) Testing

PGx testing eliminates the need for trial and error approach in finding an effective prescription medication. Instead of focusing on a one drug suits all approach, the results of a PGx test identify the right drug for an individual at the right time. It even predicts the likelihood a patient will suffer side effects if a medication is taken. A single PGx test can provide results for a lifetime to be taken into consideration for all future prescribing decisions. ​ Our comprehensive PGx analysis report enables healthcare professionals to:

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Prescribe the right drug and dosage to the right person at the right time.

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Decide which drugs to prescribe and determine those to be avoided.

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Choose suitable medications and doses to achieve a better therapeutic response.

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Tailor medications to an individual based on their genetic makeup.

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Reduce adverse drug reactions

Did you know?

Your DNA can affect responses to the medications you take? Avoid taking a trial and error approach to the medicines you consume with pharmacogenomics.

Pharmacogenomics (PGx) is a revolutionary new approach to understanding if your genetic makeup is impacting how your body responds to medicines. Analysis of a simple swab test enables us to understand how your body processes drugs. With this knowledge, we can recommend a personalised medication plan to you and your healthcare provider.

​ We are making it our mission to help patients like you take control of your health. We do this by offering comprehensive medication reviews and PGx testing.

Either book in direct now, or contact us to learn more about our pharmacogenomics (and Nutrigenomics) services or to schedule an appointment

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