|Model Number:||CY-90003Amies||Application:||For Sample Collection, Transportation And Storage, Etc.|
|Product Composition:||Swab + Test Tube Containing Preservation Solution||Instrument:||Class I|
|Safety Standard:||Other||Production Place:||Guangdong, China|
Disposable Fecal Test Kit,
Semi Solid Fecal Test Kit,
Disposable poop sample kit
Disposable Fecal Test Kit Semi Solid Microbial Culture Swab Kit
Microbial Culture Swab Kit Amies Disposable Fecal Sampling Kit Semi-Solid Stuart Shipping Medium
The HUACHENYANG Transport System is the latest bacteriological transport swab that provides the ability and maintains the survival rate of discerning aerobic or anaerobic bacteria during collection, transport or indoor storage at the temperatures necessary for potassium chloride, magnesium chloride and calcium chloride ions, a suitable buffer can keep the sample morphology intact to the greatest extent, so that it can be fully suspended and dispersed. The specificity of using different reagent formulations and compatible swabs allows for larger sample collection, better transport and preservation.
With excellent sample collection and release capabilities, it can quickly adsorb small samples with high release efficiency. The duration of positive nucleic acid detection in anal swabs is longer than that in oral and pharyngeal swabs, which can supplement the detection loopholes of oral and pharyngeal swabs to prevent missed diagnosis. In the past oral and throat swab tests, samples were taken through the oral cavity or nasal cavity, which was an uncomfortable experience for the subjects. After sampling, some people would experience nausea, vomiting, nausea, etc., while The anal swab test will not have the above situation, but it will test the psychological endurance of the subjects. Anal swabs have a higher test duration and theoretically more accurately test samples
For sample collection, transportation and storage, etc.
It consists of a swab and a test tube containing a preservation solution. Provided non-sterile.
The collected samples must be fresh and sent for inspection in time. The pathogenic bacteria after collection should be
It should be sent to the laboratory within 48 hours at 2-8 °C. If it cannot be sent to the laboratory within 48 hours, it should be stored at -70 °C or below. The pathogenic bacteria samples should be inoculated and separated as soon as possible after they are sent to the laboratory. After inoculation and separation within 48 hours, they can be stored at 2-8 °C. If it is not inoculated and separated in time, it should be stored at -70°C or below.
|Application||For sample collection, transportation and storage, etc.|
|product composition||Swab + test tube containing preservation solution|
|production place||Guangdong, China|
① After the specimen is collected, the disposable sampling swab should be completely inserted into the preservation solution to maximize the retention of the specimen
② The collected specimens must be fresh and sent for inspection in time to avoid the death of pathogenic bacteria.
③ It is forbidden to use products with damaged packaging and expired expiry date to prevent pollution.
Note: This disposable sampler is used for in vitro diagnostic purposes, and cannot be used for internal or external use in humans or animals. If swallowed, it can cause serious incidents; it is irritating to eyes and skin. If splashed into eyes accidentally, rinse with water.
1. Clean before sampling.
2. When testing, you should stabilize your emotions, do not be overly nervous and shy, and do not cooperate with the doctor's work because of embarrassment, which will affect the sampling time of nucleic acid testing.
3. When using anal swabs to detect parasites, please do not take antiparasitic drugs.
4. People with hemorrhoids, perianal abscesses, anal erosions or ulcers are not suitable for anal swabs.
5. Those who have just completed hemorrhoids and anorectal surgery are not suitable for anal swabs.
6. Those who have the above situation should communicate with the sampling personnel in advance.
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