FLU/RSV Combo Test Kit
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Moreover, it is important to determine if influenza A or B is causing symptomatic disease in a particular institution (e.g., nursing home) or community, so that appropriate preventative intervention can be taken for susceptible individuals. It is therefore important to not only rapidly determine whether influenza is present, but also which type of influenza virus is present.
Dr. Freeman FLU/RSV Combo offers a quick, easy and accurate home based Flu test for quick screening so that patients can obtain proper treatment earlier.
Pieces per Container
2 test kit
1) Collect the nasopharyngeal swab specimen
2) Insert the swab sample into the test tube
3) Use 6 drops of specimen for testing)
9) Wait for 8 minutes and then read the result.
*Read the result at exactly 8 minutes for more accurate results.
1. For in vitro diagnostic use only, patients should consult medical professionals for the confirmation of diagnosis.
2. Do not use the test device beyond the expiration date.
3. Do not use the test device if the pounch is damaged or the seal is broken.
4. The test result should be used in conjunction with order clinical information such as clinical signs, symptoms and other test results to diagnose influenza or RSV infections.
5. Handle all specimens as potentially infectious.
6. Keep the pounch sealed until use and once it is opened, use it immediately.
7. Do not use reagents from another kit.
8. Do not use sputum as specimen.
9. Parental help is recommended for collecting nasopharyngeal swab from children.
1. Store the test device packaged in a sealed foil pounct at 2 to 30°C (36~38°F)
2. Used by / Expiry date: please refer to information on the package .
FLU/RSV Combo is a one step diagnostic test designed for qualitative determination of influenza type A, type B (not type C) and RSV type A, type A2, type B virus infection using nasopharyngeal swab specimen of symptomatic patients with time to results
of 8 minutes.
This product is designed for primary screening only. The test result should be used in conjunction with other clinical information to diagnose influenza or RSV infections. Patients with suspected infection should consult medical professionals for proper treatment.