Nasopharyngeal swabs for Virus Detection
-Strong Water Absorption Capacity
-Increase the Collection and Release of Samples
-Don't scratch the Wiped Device
-Good Abrasion Resistance
-No Chip Drop
-100% Sterilization and Disinfection
-Medical or lab grade
-CE & FDA certified
FDA Approved collection device
Individually wrapped kits, 1 sterile swab with 1 transfer medium tube
Fully in stock and ready to ship
Name: Virus transport medium and nasopharyngeal swab
Swab Material: Flocked tip + ABS handle
Medium Volume:3 ML
Application:Virus flu test
Function:Collect,preserve and transport specimen
Feature:DNA-free, rapid absorption and superior sample elution
Packing:one medium + one swab
Shelf life:12 months
The Nasopharyngeal swabs are used to collect tissue mucosal cells and then sent for testing. It has great collection effects and no inhibition of bacteriostatic interference, which ensures highly reliable test results.
To confirm the coronavirus, it is necessary to collect the mucosal cells from a person’s throat with the disposable sampling swab and insert the swab into the sampling kits to preserve the sample. This process is best done by professionals.
1. Peel apart the package
2. Remove the sterilized swab to collect samples
3. Insert the swab into transportation medium ad break the handle to breakpoint after sampling
4. Tighten the Cap to secure label vial and deliver samples to the lab for testing.
Multiple Sampling Applications:
-DNA virus sampling
-nasopharyngeal swab for flu
Nasopharyngeal swabs are used for the detection of respiratory viruses such as RSV, influenza virus A &. B or parainfluenza virus.
Industry knowledge & Information:
Oropharyngeal and nasopharyngeal swabs for diagnosis of COVID-19
.individual nose and throat swabs in separate collection tubes
.combined nose and throat swab in one collection tube containing universal transport medium
.single swab used for throat then nose
What Is a Throat Swab Culture?
A throat swab culture, or throat culture, is a test commonly used to diagnose bacterial infections in the throat. These infections can include strep throat, pneumonia, tonsillitis, whooping cough, and meningitis.
The purpose of a throat swab culture is to detect the presence of organisms in the throat that could cause infection.
Nasopharyngeal and Nasal Swab For influenza (Flu)
A nasopharyngeal (NP) swab is the optimal upper respiratory tract specimen collection method for influenza testing. ... Alternatively, a combined nasal and throat swab specimen or aspirate specimens can provide good influenza virus yield.(source: cdc.gov)