|Type:||Pathological Analysis Equipments||Brand Name:||InTec||Place of Origin:||Fujian China (Mainland)|
|Certificate:||CE||Quality Guaranty:||GMP&ISO 13485||Specimen:||Whole Blood/Serum/Plasma|
|Format:||Strip/Cassette||Storage Condition:||2-30℃||Shelf Life:||2 years|
|Packaging Detail:||Cassette: 40Pcs /box, 30boxes/Carton Strips:50 Pcs /box, 30 boxes/Carton|
|Delivery Detail:||Within 21 work days againest the payment|
Anti-H. Pylori rapid test kits
Anti-H.Pylori Rapid Test Kits
The Advanced quality rapid anti-H.pylori test is a colloidal gold enhanced. Rapd immunochromatographic assay for the quaitative detection of antibodies to H.pylori in human serum or plasma. This test is a screening test and all positive must be confirmed using an alternate test such as western blot. The test is intended for healthcare professional use only.
15- 20 minutes
Sample collection and storage:
Use the standard venous phlebotomy procedure to collect a whole blood sample by a tube NOT containing any of the following anticoagulants: EDTA, heparin, or sodium citrate. Leave to settle for 30 minutes for blood coagulation and then centrifuge blood to get serum specimen of supernatant.
Use the standard venous phlebotomy procedure to collect a whole blood sample by a tube containing any of the following anticoagulants: EDTA, heparin, or sodium citrate. And then centrifuge blood to get a plasma specimen.
1. If serum or plasma specimens are not tested immediately, they should be refrigerated at 2°C-8°C. For storage period longer than 7days, freezing is recommended. They should be brought to room temperature before testing.
2. Serum or plasma specimens containing a precipitate may yield inconsistent test result. Such specimens must be clarified before testing.
Sensitivity and Specificity
The accuracy of Rapid Anti-H.pylori test was evaluated in comparison to the results of widely recognized ELISA tests. Out of the 1148 samples, 1093 test results agreed with the ELISA result, while 55 samples gave different results.
The comparison study results gave a relative sensitivity of 94.88% (371/391), a relative specificity of 95.38% (722/757), and a total agreement of 95.21% [(371+722)/1148]. The results indicate that the results of the Rapid Anti-H.pylori Test testing clinical specimens generally conform to that of the reference ELISA kit, and it is suitable to apply to using as primary screening test.