Confido Meditsiinikeskuse spetsialistid

Tests and procedures

We offer a wide selection of tests, procedures and analyses to prevent, diagnose and monitor as well as treat illnesses. You will usually be referred for tests and procedures by our doctors or nurses. Various blood analysis packages are available without a referral. We perform blood, urine as well as stool tests. We offer all common X-ray imaging, ultrasound examinations and magnetic resonance imaging services. We perform, among other things, ECG, spirometry, Holter monitoring, sleep analysis, Dermtesting for mole examination and several other specific tests. We recommend scheduling a consultation with one of our doctors or nurses in addition to having analyses and tests. They will help interpret the results and give recommendations on how to stay in good health. At Confido, you can have analyses, tests and procedures performed quickly and conveniently. Confido also performs many diagnostic tests for family health centres where the costs are covered by the testing fund and the pricing is based on the price list of the Estonian Health Insurance Fund. This requires a referral by a general practitioner.


    Vaccination against hepatitis B

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    • Vaccination against hepatitis B (<15 y/o)
    • Vaccination against hepatitis B (>16 y/o)

    Hepatitis B is a liver infection caused by the hepatitis B virus (HBV). The source of infection is an infected person who is contagious several weeks before the onset of the disease and during the acute course of the disease. 

    Hepatitis B virus spreads via:

    • contact with the blood of an infected person (including donor blood);
    • injection of drugs with shared syringes;
    • tattooing, piercing, puncture injuries, skin and mucosal microtraumas;
    • use of household items contaminated with blood (toothbrushes, razors, etc.);
    • sexual transmission. However, transmission from an infected man to a woman is three times more likely than transmission from an infected woman to a man;
    • an infected mother to a foetus/newborn (the mother infects the foetus or the baby if she became infected with hepatitis B during the second/third trimester of pregnancy and up to two months after giving birth).

    We provide this service

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    Veerenni 51, Tallinn
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    Raatuse 21, Tartu
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    Paldiski maantee 102, Tallinn
    Lasnamäe Walk-in clinic
    Mustakivi 13, Tallinn
    Nautica Walk-in clinic
    Ahtri 9, Tallinn
    Tartu Walk-in clinic
    Ringtee 75, Tartu
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    Service: Vaccination against hepatitis B

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