|Collector:||Oral Or Nasopharyngeal Nasal Swab||Usage:||Preliminary Screening Of Coronavirus|
|Reading Time:||15mins||Test Method:||Colloidal Gold Assay|
|Package:||25tests/box||Sample:||Antigen Sample: Oral Or Nasal Sample|
Nasal Swab Corona Rapid Test,
15mins Reading Corona Rapid Test,
Swab POCT Rapid Test Cassette
Individual Package for home used is available!
Colloidal Gold Assay
² Easy: One Step
² Fast: 15 Minutes
² Cheap: Lower cost with high efficiency
² Convenient: Throat/Nasal swab sample
【RAPID TEST PRECAUTIONS】
• For in vitro diagnostic use only.
• Do not use after expiration date.
• The test Cassette should remain in the sealed pouch until use.
• The used test Cassette should be discarded according to local regulations.
【RAPID TEST STORAGE AND STABILITY】
• Store at 39 ~ 86 º F (4 ~ 30 º C) in the sealed pouch up to the expiration date.
• Keep away from direct sunlight, moisture and heat.
• DO NOT FREEZE.
【RAPID TEST MAIN CONTENTS】
• Rapid Test Cassette with desiccant;
• Extraction Tube;
• Extraction Reagent;
• Instructions for use;
• Nasal/Oral Swab;
• Working Holder.
Something you need to understand:
What is a rapid COVID-19 test?
Rapid tests are point-of-care diagnostic tests that use a mucus sample from the nose or throat, but can be analyzed at a doctor’s office or clinic instead of being sent to a laboratory. The results can be available very quickly, sometimes in minutes. In fact, many companies are starting to announce rapid tests that can one day be used at home.
Rapid tests are almost always antigen tests. Traditional diagnostic tests are molecular tests.
If an individual previously tested positive for COVID-19, should they be tested again?
An individual who has previously had laboratory-PCR confirmed COVID-19 and was cleared by the local public health unit (PHU), should generally not be re-tested for surveillance purposes due to persistent shedding. Previously cleared individuals should continue to follow
public health guidance for COVID-19 prevention, including self-isolating after high risk exposures to cases.
Re-testing after clearance should generally only be done with new the onset of new COVID-19 symptoms and can be considered if there is exposure to a confirmed case of COVID-19 or in an outbreak and/or at the direction of the local PHU. Individuals who have previously been
infected with and recovered from COVID-19 should not undergo antigen testing.
If an individual has been vaccinated or immunized for COVID-19, do they still need to be tested prior to visiting a long-term care home?
Yes, the testing requirements of the Minister’s Directive continue to apply to individuals who have been vaccinated, in addition to continuing to follow public health measures including masking, physical distancing, hand hygiene, and symptom screening. This includes active screening on entry to the long-term care home for symptoms and exposures for COVID-19, including temperature checks, attesting to not be experiencing any of the typical and atypical symptoms of COVID-19 (in accordance with Directive #3 issued by the Chief Medical Officer of Health).
Do individuals who test positive on the rapid antigen test need to be confirmed with lab-based PCR testing?
A positive test result on the rapid antigen test should be considered a preliminary positive and requires a confirmatory laboratory-based PCR test. The following actions should be taken:
1. Counsel individual that the result is preliminary positive and PCR confirmation is required.
2. Issue guidance to return home and self-isolate until receipt of confirmatory laboratory PCR test result.
3. Ensure confirmatory laboratory-based PCR testing is performed within 24 hours.
4. Report the preliminary positive result to the local Public Health unit as soon as possible.