Human chorionic gonadotropin (HCG) Rapid Test
The Human Chorionic Gonadotropin Rapid Test uses the principle of the double anti-sandwich method. It is simple to perform, does not require any equipment, does not require specialist training and is easy to interpret. The test is rapid, with results readable in 3 minutes for urine and 5 minutes for serum. High sensitivity, with a minimum detection of 25 mIU/ml.
Humanchorionic gonadotropin is produced by the syncytialtrophoblast of the placenta.On day 6 after fertillisationof the sperm and egg, the trophoblast of the fertilised egg gradually for ms and begins to secrete trace amounts ofHCG,which can be detected as early as 7-9 days after fertlisation.The amount of human chorionic gonadotropinincre ases rapidly in early pregnancy and can approximately double in 48 hours, reaching a peak at 8-10 weeks,continuing to decline rapidlyfortendays and disappearing completely two weeks after delivery.
This product is used for the qualitative detection of HCGlevels in serum or urine. To diagnose whether a sampleprovider is pregnant or not.For testing by health care providers and for home self-testing for eartly diagnosis ofpregnancy.
Operation steps and result interpretation
1. Positive(+): Two purple-red bands appear.One is located in the detection area ( T), and the other is located inthe qualitycontrolarea(c).
2. Negative (-): only a purple-red band appears in the quality control area(C).There is no purple-red band in thedetection area (T).
3. Invalid:There is no purple-red band in the quality controlarea(C).In any case, it should be retested.rea(C).