PEI/Bfarm Listed COVID Self Test Kit Cornavirus Antigen Rapid Test

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Used For COVID Self Test Kit Cornavirus Antigen Rapid Test
Specimen Nasal Swab/Saliva/Sputum
Certification CE/ISO13485/White List/PEI certified/Bfarm
MOQ 1000 test kits
Delivery time 1 week after Get payment
Packing 1 test kits/Packing box5 test kits/packig box

20 test kits/packing box

Test Data Over 95% Sensitivity and Specificity
Shelf Life 2 years
Production Capacity 1 Million/Week
Payment T/T, Western Union, Paypal


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PEI/Bfarm Listed COVID Self Test Kit Cornavirus Antigen Rapid Test

Used For COVID Self Test Kit Cornavirus Antigen Rapid Test
Specimen Nasal Swab/Saliva/Sputum
Certification CE/ISO13485/White List/PEI certified/Bfarm
MOQ 1000 test kits
Delivery time 1 week after Get payment
Packing 1 test kits/Packing box5 test kits/packig box

20 test kits/packing box

Test Data Over 95% Sensitivity and Specificity
Shelf Life 2 years
Production Capacity 1 Million/Week
Payment T/T, Western Union, Paypal

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SHORT INTRODUCTION

COVID 19 antigen rapid detection method is a method to detect COVID 19 antigen.

Anti-COVID 19 monoclonal antibody was coated on a test line and conjugated with colloidal gold. During the test, the sample reacted with the anti-COVID 19 antibody conjugate in the test strip.

The mixture then migrated up the membrane by capillary action and reacted with another anti-COVID 19 monoclonal antibody in the test area.

The composition is captured and a colored line is formed in the test line area.

Rapid detection of COVID 19 antigen contains anti-COVID 19 monoclonal antibody binding particles, and another anti-COVID 19 monoclonal antibody is coated in the detection line area.

COVID Self test

Features
A. High Sensitivity and Specificity
B. Available for professional and self test
C. PEI certification

D. Bfarm listed for both Self and professional Test

D. ANMAT Certified

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Preventive Measure

- For in vitro diagnosis only. Do not use after expiration.

- The test chamber should be placed in an airtight bag before use.

- All specimens are considered to contain infectious agents. Established precautions against microbial hazards were followed throughout the process and standard procedures for proper specimen handling were followed.

- When testing specimens, please wear protective clothing such as lab coat, disposable gloves and goggles.

- Used samples should be discarded in accordance with state, state, and local regulations.

- Humidity and temperature can adversely affect the results.

Storage and Stability

The kit can be stored at room temperature or refrigerated (2-30 days) at °C, and the test paper is stable for the life of the test paper printed on the sealed bag.

The test chamber must be placed in an airtight bag before use.

Don’t freeze.

Do not use after expiration date.

Under these storage conditions, the kit was stable for 18 months

Specimen collection and preparation

Rapid detection of COVID-19 antigen (COVID-19AG) can be done with nasopharyngeal or oropharyngeal swabs, nasal swabs, and saliva.

Nasopharyngeal swab: A sterile swab is inserted deep into the nasal cavity into the nasopharynx.

Gently rub and rotate the swab against the wall of the turbinate several times.

• Oropharyngeal swab: A sterile swab is inserted into the throat.

Gently scrape the secretions from the pharynx and around the tonsil wall.

Nose swab: Insert a sterile swab about 2.5 cm into one of the nostrils.

Gently massage the front wall and repeat the procedure in the other nostril.

Saliva: prepare the container for specimen collection.

To make a “kruuua” sound from the throat, to expel saliva or sputum from deep in the throat.

Then spit out the saliva (about 1-2ml) into the container.

Saliva is best for collecting saliva in the morning.

Do not brush your teeth, eat or drink before taking a saliva sample.

Remove and tear off the end of the buffer pipe.

Squeeze all the fluid (about 0.5 mL) into the specimen collection tube.

Insert the swab into the tube and squeeze the hose to squeeze the sample out of the swab head.

The sample is completely dissolved in the determination buffer. Add the tip to the sample collection tube.

For a saliva sample, draw saliva from the container and drop 5 drops (about 200ul) of saliva into the sample collection tube. The test should be carried out within 2 hours after sample preparation.

If the test cannot be performed immediately, the sample should be prepared within 2-8 hours and stored at -20 ° C for 24 hours or less and not more than 7 days at C.

Place the sample at room temperature before testing. The frozen sample must be completely thawed and mixed before testing. Repeated freeze-thaw of specimens shall not exceed two times. If specimens are to be transported, they should be packaged in accordance with federal regulations governing the transportation of pathogens.

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Test procedure

Balance test equipment, samples, buffers and/or controls to room temperature (15-30 ° C) prior to test

1. Place the bag at room temperature before opening. Remove the test device from the sealed bag and use it as soon as possible.

2. Place the test equipment on a clean, flat surface.

Invert the sample collection tube, squeeze 3 drops of the prepared sample into the sample hole in the test chamber, and start the timer.

As shown in the figure below.

COVID Antigen Test Kit

3. Wait for the color line to appear. Read the results after 10 minutes.

Don’t explain the results after 15 minutes.

INTERPRETATION OF RESULTS

COVID Self Test

-Positive (+) : Two colored lines appear.

One color line should always appear in the control line area (C) and another color line should appear in the T-line area.

* Note: The color intensity in the test line area may vary depending on the concentration of COVID-19 in the sample.

Therefore, any shade of color in the test line area should be treated as positive and recorded as positive.

-Negative (-) : A color line appears in the control line area (C).

There are no lines in the T-line region.

- Invalid: Control line does not appear.

Insufficient sample size or incorrect procedure technique are the most likely causes of control line failure.

Check the program and repeat the test with the new test.

If the problem persists, stop using the test suite immediately and contact your local dealer.


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