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Fluorecare COMBO professional 4in1

249,75PLN per product (25 tests)

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Product description

Fluorecare COMBO 4-in-1 Test Influenza A+B / COVID-19 / RSV

This is a rapid in vitro diagnostic test designed for the qualitative detection of SARS-CoV-2 antigens, Influenza type A (including subtype H1N1) and B antigens, as well as RSV virus using the colloidal gold method. It can be used as an aid in the diagnosis of infections caused by the mentioned viruses in individuals displaying characteristic symptoms or in asymptomatic individuals (in the presence of epidemiological reasons justifying suspicion of infection). The test can be performed using throat, nasal, or nasopharyngeal swab samples under in vitro conditions.

1 swab = 4 results

The high accuracy of this test allows for reliable results obtained in just 12 minutes!

Product intended for professional use.

Properties

  • sample material: nasal swab, throat swab, or nasopharyngeal swab
  • painless collection of the test sample
  • high product quality
  • quick result in as little as 12 minutes!
  • bulk packaging of 25 units
  • product designed for professional use

Test specification

  • accuracy of SARS-CoV-2: 92.9%
  • accuracy of influenza A: 91.8%
  • accuracy of influenza B: 92.7%
  • accuracy of RSV: 96.97%

The package contains

  • 25 test cassettes
  • 25 single-pack sample processing solutions
  • 25 dropper cap covers
  • 25 sterile swabs
  • 25 extraction tubes
  • instruction manual

Usage

  • this test kit is used for simultaneous qualitative detection and differentiation of the new Coronavirus (SARS-CoV-2 antigen), Influenza A virus, Influenza B virus antigen, and/or RSV antigen in population-based throat, nasal, and nasopharyngeal swab samples under in vitro conditions
  • the test is intended for screening, making it an excellent tool for primary care physicians and general practitioners who can quickly confirm or rule out infections caused by one of the four most common respiratory viruses

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