COVID-19 Polymerase Chain Reaction Test Kit,
Viral RNA Analysis,

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  • Specimen Type: Nasopharyngeal Swab
  • Easy to use, requires to be sent to a lab for analysis.
  • Cost effective method for detecting the Coronavirus
Performance Characteristics
  • Relative Sensitivity: 93.4%.
  • Relative Specifity: 97.3%
  • Accuracy: 93.9%

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Instructions for Use

User manual for COVID-19 Polymerase Chain Reaction Testing Kit,
Viral RNA Analysis,

View the COVID-19 PCR Test Kit Instructions for Use.

View the COVID-19 PCR Test Kit Laboratory Procedure

Nasopharyngeal Swab Procedure
  1. Encourage the patient to blow his or her nose to clear nasal passage.
    If the resident is unable to perform this task wipe the nares with a cotton tip swab or tissue.
  2. Label the vial with the patient's name, date of birth and time collected.
  3. Perform hand hygiene. Put on a mask, eye protection and gloves.
    • With the person's head in a neutral position,
    • Insert the dry swab through one nostril straight back (NOT upwards), along the floor of the nasal passage until you reach the posterior wall of the nasopharynx - generally one half the distance from the corner of the nose to the front of the ear (about 4 to 6 cm or 1.6 - 2.5 inches)
    • Rotate the swab gently then leave in place a few seconds
    • Carefully remove the swab without touching the sides of the nostril
    • Specimens can be collected from both sides using the same swab, but it is not necessary to collect specimens from both sides if the minitip is saturated with fluid from the first collection. If a deviated septum or blockage create difficulty in obtaining the specimen from one nostril, use the same swab to obtain the specimen from the other nostril.
  4. Open the transport vial and place the swab in the transportation medium.
  5. Break the swab at the scored line and recap.
  6. Place the specimen in the big inner pocket of the plastic biohazard bag provided.
  7. Remove your gloves and perform hand hygiene; remove your mask and perform hand hygiene.
  8. Complete the requisition form and place it in the small outer pocket of the plastic biohazard bag.
  9. Place the entire plastic biohazard bag in a separate clean paper bag or zip-lock bag.
  10. Refrigerate the specimen.
  11. Perform hand hygiene.
  12. Call your laboratory for NP specimen pickup and delivery to the laboratory.

Do not send with your regular lab courier

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