Miluo sars-cov-2 at home Nasopharyngeal Swab Antigen rapid test kit
How to use this COVID-19 test kit?
1. Nasopharyngeal swab sample collection
1. Tilt the patient’s head slightly back approximately 70°.
2. Gently insert the sampling swab into the nostril, straight back (not up), along the base of the nasal passage, until it reaches the back wall of the nasopharynx—usually half the distance from the corner of the nose to the front of the ear (approximately 4 to 6 cm) or 1.6-2.5 inches). Note: Do not rub too hard – if you experience a blockage, try the other nostril.
3. Gently rub and roll the swab 5 times.
4. Slowly pull the swab out while rotating the swab.
2. Swab Specimen Preparation
1. Peel off the aluminum foil seal from the sample extraction tube;
2. Put the swab into the sample extraction tube and stir the swab in the solution at least 5 times;
3. Squeeze the sample extraction tube and move the swab up and down at least 3 times to drain any sample solution in the swab. Discard swabs correctly;
4. Firmly insert the cap on the sample extraction tube. The tubes were left for 1 minute to release viral antigens.
3. Instructions for use
1. Flick the bottom of the tube to mix the sample solution.
2. Remove the test cartridge from the foil bag. Put the test box on the table. Squeeze the sample extraction tube vertically upside down to discharge 3 drops of sample solution into the “S” shaped hole on the test box.
3. Read the results after 15 minutes. Positive results are visible in as little as 1 minute. Negative results must only be confirmed at the end of 15 minutes. Any results interpreted outside the 15-minute window should be considered invalid and must be repeated.
4. Interpretation of results
Positive: * Two colored lines appear. A colored line should always appear in the control line area (C) and another prominent colored line should be adjacent in the test area (T).
*Note: The color intensity of the test line area may vary depending on the concentration of SARS-CoV-2 antigen present in the sample. Therefore, any shade of color in the test line area should be considered a positive.
Negative: A colored line appears in the control line area (C). No lines appear in the test area (T).
Invalid: The control line failed to appear. Insufficient sample size or incorrect procedure technique are the most likely causes of control line failure. Review the program and repeat the test with the new test. If the problem persists, stop using the test kit immediately and contact your local dealer.
Direct Nasopharyngeal Swab Collection with Clinically Proven High Accuracy Results.
easy to use
Tests can be easily performed in almost any environment without additional special equipment.
Quick results in 15 minutes