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Nasal Swab Saliva Test Kit In Vitro Diagnostic Reagent

Minimum Order Quantity : 1000 pcs Packaging Details : 10 PCS / BOX,
Delivery Time : 5-8 work days,according to order quantity Payment Terms : L/C, T/T, Western Union
Supply Ability : 100000 pcs / day
Place of Origin: Shenzhen,Guangdong Brand Name: Lycome
Certification: CE Model Number: LC-RT01

Detail Information

Self Life: 2 Years Reading Time: 10-15 Min
Accuracy: 99% Specimen: Saliva
Package: 1 Pcs / Pouch Instrument Classification: Class III
OEM Service: Acceptable Application: Medical Examination
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Nasal Swab Saliva Test Kit


Saliva Test Kit

Product Description

In Vitro Diagnostic Reagent For Nasal Swab Saliva Test Kit






The Ag Rapid Test is an in vitro immunochromatographic assay for the qualitativ detection of Influenza antigen in a test device from nasal swab, throat swab or nasal wash/aspirate specimens. It is intended to aid in the rapid differential diagnosis of influenza SARS-CoV-2 viral infections. This test provides only a preliminary test result. Therefore, any reactive specimen with the Ag Rapid Test must be confirmed with alternative testing method(s) and clinical findings. The test is intended for professional and laboratory use.




Test Device (25): Each foil pouch contains one single-use test device with one membrane strips. The strip contains a test line of monoclonal

Extraction Tube(25): One tube containing 0.5ml extraction solution.

Dropper (25)

Sterile Nasal Swab(25)

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1. Store at room temperature (2-30℃ or 35.6-86°F) in a dry place. Avoid direct sunlight;

2. 12 months of shelf life (date of manufacture to expiration date).




Step 1 Bring the test to room temperature (18-26℃) before use.
Step 2 Open the foil pouch, take out the test and lay it on an even surface.
Step 3 Add 5 drops(about 80 µL )of extraction mixture into the each sample well (S).
Step 4 Read and record the results at 15 minutes after addition of samples.
NOTE: Result will be invalid after 20 minutes. After observing and recording the result, dispose of bio-hazardous materials by following the practices of your institution. Discard all the materials in a safe and acceptable manner in compliance with all the federal, state, and local requirements.

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1. Negative result: if only quality control line C appears and test line T show no color, it means no Influenza antigen is detected and the test result is negative (as shown in the following figure).


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2.Positiveresult:If the third strip both quality control line C and T appear, it means the antigen is detected and the test result is the antigen positive (as shown in the following figure)

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3. Invalid result: if quality control line C can not be observed, regardless of test line, the result would be invalid.(as shown in the following figure) The sample should be tested again.

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1.The intensity of color in the test line (T) may vary depending on the concentration of analyses present in the specimen. Therefore, any shade of color in the test line (T) should be considered positive. Please note that this is a qualitative test only, and cannot determine the concentration of analyses in the specimen.

2.Insufficient specimen volume, incorrect operating procedure or expired tests are the most likely reasons for control band failure.



1. Negative reference coincidence rate

Use 10 samples of Ag negative reference to test, the test results should not be positive, the negative coincidence rate should be 10/10;

2. Positive reference coincidence rate

Use 10 samples of Ag positive reference to test, the test result should all be positive, the positive coincidence rate should be 8/10;

3. Sensitivity

Use 3 samples of Ag sensitivity reference to test, L1 should be detected, L2 should be detected or not,L3 should not be detected.

4. Repeatability

Use 1 sample of internal control repeatability reference( J1) to complete the parallel test for 10 tests, the results should be coincident.

5. Cross-reaction and interference reaction

Use positive samples of Rhinovirus, RS virus, Influenza A virus, Influenza B virus, Chlamydia, Mycoplasma and Bacterial Infection to do the tests, the test results should be negative.

6. The Clinical study

The Ag Rapid Test has been evaluated with 155 clinical samples. Both 91 negatives and 64 positives were confirmed by PCR


The Ag Test v.s. PCR

Test Method


Viral culture results



Positive Negative
The Ag Test Positive 52 7 59
Negative 12 84 96
Total 64 91 155

[1] Sensitivity = A/(A+ C) ×100%= 81.3%

[2] Specificity = D/(B+ D) ×100%= 92.3%

[3] Crude coincidence rate= (A+D)/(A+B+C+D)×100%= 87.7%

[4] Consistency factor kappa = 0.744



1. All respiratory tract specimens should be kept at and as soon as possible placed in -70℃ . If there is no -70℃ refrigerator, specimens should be kept at 2-8℃, but it should not exceed 4 days.

2.Respiratory tract specimens should be collected and transported in viral transport medium. Virus transport medium as follows are for reference.
(A) for collecting throat and nasal swabs of virus transport medium: (i) Add 10 g of beef soup and 2 g of bovine serum albumin to 400ml of sterile distilled water; (ii) Add 0.8 ml of gentamicin sulfate solution (50 mg/ml) and 3.2 ml of amphotericin B (250µg/ml); (iii) sterilize by filtration.
(B) nasal wash fluid container: disinfection of salt (0.85-0.9% NaCl)

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