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Orawell Covid-19 Antigen Rapid Saliva Test 20 Pack - Child Friendly!

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Orawell Covid-19 Antigen Rapid Saliva Test 20 Pack - Child Friendly!

Covid-19 Rapid Saliva Test Device is a a rapid test for he detection of N antigen from SARS-CoV-2 present in human saliva within the first 7 days of symptom onset. Confirmatory testing may be require. 

What's inside?

  1. Test device (individually packed in a foil pouch with desiccant)
  2. Instruction for use

Test Procedure

  1. Remove the test device from the sealed pouch and use the device as soon as possible. Best results will be obtained if the assay is performed immediately after opening the foil pouch. 
  2. Cough deeply twice before collecting the samples. 
  3. Pull the blue cap off gently by holding the sides to expose the collection pad.
  4. Hold the top portion of the device and place the collection pad into the mouth. 
  5. Rub the collection pad against the cheek and tongue gently in a circular motion about 10 times. And then place the collection pad in the mouth for about 1 - 2 minutes until the C line show up in the C region. 
  6. Remove the device from mouth as soon as the C line appears at the C region. 
  7. Place the cap onto the device, lay it on a flat surface. 
  8. Read results at 10-15 minutes after removing device from mouth. 

Do not read after 20 minutes. 

Negative 

Only one red band appears in the control region and no band in the test region. The negative result indicates that there are no Novel coronavirus antigen in the sample or the number of them is below a detectable level. 

Positive 

Two red bands appear. One red band appears in the control region and one red band in the test region. The shade of color may vary but it should be considered positive, even if faint. 

Invalid 

No red band appears in the control region. he test is invalid even if there is a band on test region. Insufficient sample volume or incorrect procedural techniques are the most likely reasons for control line failure. Review the test procedure and repeat the test using a new test device. 

 

 

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