Refugees and Migrants Health

According to WHO the problems of refugees and migrants are similar to those of the rest of the population. The exposure of refugees and migrants to the risks associated with population movements increase their vulnerability to non-communicable diseases. At the same time Migrants often come from communities affected by war, conflict or economic crisis and undertake long, exhausting journeys that increase their risks for communicable diseases (WHO 2016. Migration and Health: Key Issues).

The listed items are CE-marked and comply with the strict requirements of the European IVD directive. Exceptions are clearly flagged.

Communicable diseases 






Tuberculosis (TB)

Non-communicable diseases

Please refer to the respective section