rapid antigen test
Rapid and reliable method for detection of coronavirus
Minimum order quantity
100 testing kits
Approximate supply time
up to 2 weeks
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The novel COVID-19 is acute infectious disease of the respiratory tract caused by the SARS-CoV-2 virus. The high season for coronavirus infection lasts from December to April. The main sources of infection are people infected with the virus and asymptomatic carriers of the virus. According to the latest studies, the incubation period of the virus is 1-14 days, but usually 3-7 days.
The main symptoms include fever, fatigue and a dry cough. On some occasions, nasal congestion, runny nose, sore throat, muscle pain and diarrhea have been observed.
Coronavirus got its name from the crown-like spikes on the surface of the virus.
An individual with the symptoms of the disease must stay at home and monitor and take care of their health.
The test is intended only for professional use in in vitro diagnostics.
Rapid antigen tests identify infectious carriers of the virus in just 15 minutes!
This virus protein is determined from a sample taken from the upper respiratory tract.
Why use rapid antigen tests?
Regular testing helps to:
When and where to use rapid antigen tests?
SARS-COV-2 rapid antigen test
Instructions for use
What is the difference between various COVID-19 tests?
|Rapid Antigen Test||PCR-test||Antibody test|
|What does the test show?||The person is an infectious carrier of the virus.|
Symptoms are caused by coronavirus.
|The person has had contact with the virus (infected or sick person).||The person has recovered from COVID-19 disease.|
|Sample type||Presence of protein (i.e. antigen) characteristic of active infectious virus.||Presence of virus nucleic acid (RNA).||Presence of antiviral antibodies.|
|What does the test detect?||Presence of protein (i.e. antigen) characteristic of active infectious virus.||Presence of virus nucleic acid (RNA).||Presence of antiviral antibodies.|
|Waiting time for result||15 – 30 minutes||Up to 48 hours||It depends on whether the laboratory or rapid test method is used.|
|Is it suitable for extensive on-site testing to detect carriers of the virus?||Yes! Rapid and cost-effective. Allows extensive and regular testing.||Regular and extensive testing is costly and time-consuming.||Not suitable.|
|Is it suitable for identification of infectious persons?||Suitable.||Suitable, but the test can also be positive after the infectious phase of the virus.||Not suitable.|
|Is a referral note needed?||Not needed.||Free of charge testing requires a referral note.||Not needed.|