Sickle Cell Rapid Test Kit is useful for in vitro qualitative determination of hemoglobin (HbAA, HbSS, and HbSC) type in human whole blood samples.
1a.Take blood from the arm to a sterile tube. By using a micropipette take 75 microliter of whole blood sample.
1b.Gently prick the tip of the finger with the help of the lancet provided within the test box. Collect the sample with the help of the plastic dropper provided within the test box.
2.Open the sample diluent tube. Add 75 microliter of sample and mix well. By using a micropipette take 100 microliter of sample-diluent mixture.
3. Add 100 microliter sample-diluent mixture to the test cassette and read with the device. Print the result.
|Content||25 Test Option|
|Test Cassette||25 Pcs.|
|Sample Diluent||1Pc. (Bulk Bottle)|
|Lancette (Optional)||25 Pcs.|
|Dropper (Optional)||25 Pcs.|
|User Manual||1 Pc.|
RapidFor™ Rapid IgG/IgM Test Kit has been shown to have greater than 95% accuracy in clinical trials. Please refer to the “Instruction for Use (IFU)” for more details.
When you pierce your finger, you should be cautious. You should not go any further. The goal of this step is to get a little amount of blood enough for the antibody-detection. If you feel any discomfort, stop the procedure, and seek medical help.
Yes, if your test result is positive for only IgG antibody (appears in the blood approximately 2-3 weeks after onset of symptoms) which can remain in the blood and ensure long-term immunity against SARS-CoV-2 (COVID-19); that means you have been infected with COVID-19 in the past. IgM antibodies (appear in the blood approximately 5-8 days after onset of symptoms) reveal an early immune response to SARS-CoV-2, indicating that you are at the beginning of the infection.
Please read the instruction manual thoroughly before taking the test. After removing the test cassette from the foil wrapper, the procedure should be finished in 15 minutes. After usage, recap the buffer solution as soon as feasible. Samples should be obtained using standard clinical procedures and avoid hemolysis. Samples with obvious hemolysis, lipohemia, or jaundice should not be utilized. The samples should be utilized as soon as possible after being collected (within half an hour).
Make contact with your healthcare professional and let them know about your condition. A polymerase chain reaction (PCR Test) test should be used to confirm the presence of COVID-19 infection. If the illness is confirmed, you should isolate yourself and follow your local public health regulations. Inform your coworkers and others you met in the last two weeks during your self-isolation.
Our tests provide high accuracy however, you could not be sure totally. The test detects IgG and IgM antibodies produced by your body; in the early stage of SARS-CoV-2, these antibodies may not be produced by your body enough that the test detect so you should have another test after 4-5 days. Do not forget to maintain social distancing and to avoid risky areas.
Absolutely not; the test cassette is intended to be used just once. It is strongly advised against testing another sample with the same cassette.
Put everything you use into aluminum foil again, especially lancets. Lancets (the tool with which you puncture your finger) can injure you and spread blood-borne infections. With your blood sample, return all used and unused lancets. Place lancets in the trash, not the recycling bin. Keep animals and kids out of reach. Dispose all the materials used during the test to biological waste if you have access to one.
Store in a sealed bag between 2°C and 30°C until the expiration date on the packaging is reached; do not store below 2°C or consume expired products. The label has the MFG and EXP dates written on it. The product will be unavailable to use after 24 months.