CRP Semi-Quantitative Rapid Test
CRP Semi-Quantitative Rapid Test is based on the technical principle of the double anti-sandwich method. It is simple to operate and does not require any instrumentation. Comprehensive specimen coverage, whole blood, serum and plasma samples can be tested. The test is rapid and the results are easy to interpret, taking 5 minutes to interpret. Highly stable, stored at room temperature and valid for up to 24 months. High sensitivity, accuracy and specificity.
c-reactive protein (CRP) is a marker of the inflammatory emergency response and CRP is used to detect differentclinical signs for many years,such as infection, tissue necrosis and acute inflammation. There is a strongcorrelation between serum levels of CRP and the onset of the inflammatory process.Monitoring the levels of CRP inpatient’s sera indicates the effectiveness of treatment and the assessment of patient recovery. It is used inparticular to differentiate bacterial infections from virus infections.
The c-Reactive Protein Semi-Quantitative Assay(Colloidal Gold Method) is used to detect a range of concentrationsof C-Reactive Protein (CRP) in human whole blood, serum or plasma.Monitoring CRP concentrations in wholeblood , serum or plasma.
Operation steps and result interpretation
1. Positive (+): four purplish red bands are present.Three are located in the test area (T1),(T2) and (T3) and one inthe quality control area (c).
2. Positive (+): only three purplish red bands are present. Two are located within any two of the test zones (T1).(T2) and (T3) and the otheris located in the quality controlzone (C).
3. Positive (+): only two purplish red bands are present.One in any of the test (T1),(T2) and (T3) zones and theother in the quality control zone (c).
4. Negative (-):only one purplish red band is present in the quality controlarea(C).No purplish band is present inthe test area (T1),(T2) and (T3).
5. lnvalid: No purple band in the quality control area 0, indicating incorrect handling or deterioration of the reagent.