Pack size: 50 tubes. Each tube is available with 2 swabs for nasopharyngeal and oropharyngeal specimens
Pack size: 96 reactions/pack
iFlash 1800, CLIA from YHLO
A point of care rapid card test.
Ready to use liquid stable identi LDH, a clinical chemistry reagent for LDH analysis in serum and heparinized plasma.
The SARS-CoV-2 virus is the infectious disease known as corona virus disease (COVID-19).
A majority of virus-infected individuals will experience a minor to serious respiratory disease and will recover without the need for special care. However, some people will get serious illnesses and need to see a doctor. Serious sickness is more likely to strike older persons and those with underlying medical illnesses including cancer, diabetes, cardiovascular disease, or chronic respiratory diseases. COVID-19 can cause anyone to become very ill or pass away at any age.
Being knowledgeable about the illness and the virus’s propagation is the best strategy to stop or slow down transmission. Stay at least one meter away from people, put on a mask that fits properly, and wash your hands to prevent spreading disease to other people and yourself.
What exactly is a COVISELF antigen Kit
A vitro diagnostic test called the COVID-19 Rapid Antigen Self Test is designed for the qualitative identification of SARS-CoV-2 antigen from human nasal samples. Individuals with COVID-19 symptoms are permitted to utilize this test for self-testing at home.
The COVISELF antigen kit that we offer
Viral Transport Medium (VTM) COVISELF test kit
Ribonucleic Acid (RNA) extraction test kit
Antibody testing kit
Procalcitonin testing kit
Ferritin Blood testing Kit
C – Reactive Protein (CRP) testing kit
VTM: What is it?
A solution called a viral transport medium is used to keep virus samples after collection so they can be transported and examined in a lab at a later date. Virus samples, and RNA virus samples in particular, are prone to worsening unless kept in a liquid nitrogen storage container or an ultra-low temperature freezer.
Ribonucleic Acid (RNA) extraction
Purification of RNA from biological sources is referred to as RNA extraction. The widespread availability of ribonuclease enzymes in cells and tissues, which may quickly destroy RNA, makes this process challenging.
When a virus infects us, the human body can manufacture antibodies to fight the illness. The immune system creates antibodies, a type of protein, to defend you from infection by a virus, bacteria, or other microbe that can lead to disease.
A COVID-19 antibody detection test is now available to check for the presence of COVID-19 antibodies. If you have COVID 19, you may have been afflicted at some point in the past, according to the test results. You won’t know how much immunity you have or how long it will persist, even though the findings show that you have gained immunity.
The body produces neutralizing antibodies and binding proteins in response to an infection. The ones that stop an infection are neutralizing antibodies. Therefore, the neutralizing antibody test determines if you have COVID-19 immunity or not by looking at the amount of neutralizing antibodies. It is essentially a fast test tool for neutralizing antibodies.
Procalcitonin (PCT), which is employed in primary care, emergency rooms, and intensive care settings, is thought to be a biomarker specific for bacterial infections. PCT assessment supports sepsis diagnosis and directs and tracks antibiotic therapy.
A lateral flow chromatographic fluorescence immunoassay called the RaFIA Procalcitonin (PCT) Fluorescence ImmunoAssay (FIA) Test is used to detect PCT quantitatively in human serum, plasma, or whole blood. The sole purpose of this test is in vitro diagnosis.
Ferritin Blood test
The amount of iron is stored in your body is determined by a ferritin test. To obtain a thorough picture of the iron levels in your body, a doctor could request all of these tests. They can use this to detect underlying issues or illnesses like anaemia.
C – Reactive Protein (CRP) Test
The amount of c-reactive protein (CRP) in a sample of your blood is measured by a c-reactive protein test. Your liver produces the protein known as CRP. Your blood typically contains very little c-reactive protein. If you have inflammation in your body, your liver releases more CRP into your circulation.