Strep A Kit | 3-pack

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Strep A Kit | 3-pack = 3 Rapid Tests for Detecting Bacterial Tonsillitis and Scarlet Fever

The set consists of 3 Strep A self-test kits, with 1 kit being free!

This is a rapid immunochromatographic test designed for the qualitative detection of specific Streptococcus A antigens. The test can be conducted at home and is suitable for adults and children over 2 years old. It is performed using a throat swab sample. Strep A streptococci can cause tonsillitis or scarlet fever.

Group A β-hemolytic Streptococcus, also known as Streptococcus pyogenes, is a bacterium that can cause various health issues. These include conditions such as pharyngitis (throat infection), skin infections like impetigo and erysipelas, as well as more severe complications such as acute glomerulonephritis, sepsis, and rheumatic heart disease. It is important to know that while pharyngitis is usually caused by viruses, it can sometimes result from a bacterial infection like that caused by Streptococcus pyogenes. In the case of a bacterial infection, antibiotic treatment may be necessary.

The high accuracy of this test ensures reliable results in just 5 minutes!

Product intended for self-testing.


  • Painless sample collection
  • 1 kit = 3 Tests
  • Sample material: Throat swab
  • Rapid results within 5 minutes
  • Very high specificity (99%) and sensitivity (91.89%)
  • Single packaging
  • High product quality
  • Intended for self-testing
  • Package contents: Test cassette, sterile swab, spatula, sample collection tube, 2 vials with R1 and R2 solutions, and user instructions.

Indications for Testing:

  1. Severe sore throat: If a person experiences intense throat pain, especially with difficulty swallowing, it may be advisable to test for Streptococcus pyogenes.
  2. Fever: High fever, particularly with other symptoms of throat infection, could be a reason to perform the test.
  3. White spots on tonsils: The presence of white spots on the tonsils, especially with other throat infection symptoms, can indicate the need for a Strep A test.
  4. Rash: Streptococcus pyogenes infection can cause characteristic skin symptoms, such as impetigo or erythema. In the presence of a rash, consider testing for Strep A.
  5. Contact history: If someone has been in contact with a person confirmed to have Streptococcus pyogenes, there is an increased risk of infection, suggesting the need for testing.
  6. Recurrent throat infections: If a person has a history of recurring throat infections, particularly if previous cases were caused by Streptococcus pyogenes, testing for this bacteria may be warranted.



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