- For physician use only, not a finger stick test
- 15 Tests
- Not a math test
BTNX Rapid Response H. Pylori Test Kit, 15 Count
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|EAN||0885754512418 , 0722066000304|
|Number of Items||1|
|UPC||885754512418 , 722066000304|
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Features of the rapid response h. Pylori test kit. Pylori test kit is used for the qualitative detection of igg antibodies to helicobacter pylori in whole blood, to aid in the diagnosis of h. Pylori infection. Overall accuracy of 88 percent. Overall sensitivity and specificity of 88 percent. Flexibility in testing-whole blood, serum or plasma can be used. Each kit includes: 15 test cassettes. Disposable sample droppers for serum/plasma samples. Disposable sample droppers for fingerstick/ whole blood samples. Positive control. Negative control. Sample buffer. Procedural card. Package insert. The product referenced on this detail page is sold be 15/box.
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These tests perform well and do what they are designed to do. I used three, one with the positive control buffer, one with my whole blood, and one with water. Both the water and my blood were negative, the control buffer was positive.
A few tips on collecting the blood with the provided "droppers" that aren't actually droppers at all, they are glass capillary tubes:
1. You need to fill the tube with a sample of whole blood to the provided measurement line. Fill the side that needs the largest sample, meaning that if the line is marked unevenly on the tube choose to fill it on the side that requires more blood for reaching the line.
2. You have to tip the capillary tube at an angle with the top being down, let a good drop of blood develop and then touch the bottom of the tube to the blood drop on your finger. Make sure the top of the tube is BELOW the bottom when touching it to the blood and the blood drop with just suck into the tube itself. Repeat this process until the tube is filled to the line. You may have to wipe the place you pricked a few times to clean it up so it can form a good drop again. The better the sample size the better it sucks into the tube.
3. When the sample is full all you have to do is touch the bottom of the tube to the sample pad on the test and it will absorb the blood.
Hope this helps because I had trouble with this at first, took a bit of practice to figure it out.
Easily test in the privacy of your own home
Easy to perform
You have to buy 15 at a time