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   Malaria Test, Paracheck Device
(Laboratory > Diagnostic tests)
last updated : 2011/01/01
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CodeDescriptionInd. priceShip. weightShip. vol.
DDGTDELE02
MALARIA TEST, 'PARACHECK DEVICE', rapid, kit for 5 testsCHF 5,600,078kg0,546L
DDGTMALRP25
MALARIA TEST, 'PARACHECK DEVICE', rapid, kit for 25 testsCHF 15,000,28kg2,296406L
Cold chain : Storage +15 to +25°C

General information

Rapid test for detecting the HRP-II protein specifically secreted by Plasmodium falciparum.

Based on an immunochromatographic technique.

Used for plasmodium falciparum malaria diagnosis.

Specifications

Components:

25 capillary tubes

 

25 individually packed tests

 

1 reagent bottle: clearing buffer with dropper-bottle

 

25 alcohol drenched tampons

Specifications:

Rapid test (15 min.) in 2 steps (application of 5 µl blood and 300 µl reactive or 6 drops)

 

Sensitivity: 95.5%

 

Specificity: 96%

 

Performance in capillary and venous blood (collected in EDTA tube)

Storage:

At room temperature: + 4°C - +30°C

Shelf life:

25 tests  19 months

 

5 tests  17 months

 

No usage beyond expiry date

Packaging:

Kit of 25 or 5 tests

Features:

The gold standard method must remain the thick drop and the smear Giemsa stained.

 

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