FLU A +B Antigen Rapid Test Cassette colloidal gold method
The Influenza A+B virus antigen test uses the technical principle of the double antibody sandwich method. It is an antigenic test with high sensitivity, specificity and accuracy. It is a rapid screening test at an early stage of infection, easy to perform, no auxiliary equipment is required, samples can be taken at any time and can be easily interpreted. The test is rapid and results can be interpreted in 15 minutes.
Influenza virus (influenzavirus) can cause acute respiratory infections. It is highly contagious and has a short incubation period. It can not only cause upper respiratory tract and lung infections, but also cause systemic multiple organ infections such as the brain, heart, and pancreas. It is a very harmful global infectious disease. Therefore,Rapid testing for influenza is the first step in the diagnosis and control of influenza,and rapid detection of influenza virus is of great significance.
This product is used to qualitatively detect influenza A and B influenza antigens in human nasopharyngeal swab or Nasal swab samples.
Operation steps and result interpretation
- Inﬂuenza A positive (+): A red band appears in the control area (C), and another red band appears in the A area (A), which is positive for inﬂuenza A.
- Inﬂuenza B positive (+): A red band appears in the control area (C) and another red band appears in the B area (B), which is positive for inﬂuenza B.
- A+B positive inﬂuenza (+): A red band appears in the control area (C), and two red bands appear in the A area (A) and B area (B) at the same time.
- Negative (-): Only a purple-red band appears in the quality control area (C). There is no purple-red band in the detection area (A, B).
- Invalid: There is no purple-red band in the quality control area(C).
|Product name||Speciﬁcation||Specimen||Expiration date||Storage temperature||Sensitivity||Speciﬁcity||Accuracy|
|FLU A +B Antigen Rapid Test Cassette (Colloidal Gold Method)||25pcs/box||Nasopharyngeal swab
|24 months||2-30℃||FLU A||FLU B||95.3%||91.3%|