New User Guide
There are several important notes in regards of Coronavirus COVID-19 Rapid Tests.
- Some firms are falsely claiming that their COVID-19 rapid tests are FDA approved or authorized, or falsely claiming that they can diagnose COVID-19. Actually, the FDA issued a policy to allow developers of certain serological tests to begin to market or use their tests once they have performed the appropriate evaluation to determine that their tests are accurate and reliable. The FDA can also authorize tests for COVID-19 under an Emergency Use Authorization (EUA). But there are no any rapid test kits for COVID-19 detection FDA approved.
- Most laboratories do pre-screening of the samples before test it at the analyzing machines. See picture below. Which means that laboratory rely on it.
- The benefits of Coronavirus COVID-19 Rapid Testing:
- Significant Time & Cost Saving Over Lab Methods
- Results Within 10 Minutes with High Accuracy
- Easy To Use With Simple To Follow Instructions
- Identifies Even The Most Mild Of Cases
- Helps Assist The Control Of Viral Transmission
- Ideal As A Triage & Screening Tool
- Portable With The Ability To Screen Anywhere
- Disadvantages of Rapid Testing for COVID-19:
- Not all tests on the market are in FDA EUA or CE approved
- In real life, rapid tests have both false positives and false negatives.
- If you test negative for COVID-19 antibodies, it doesn’t rule out the chance that you could have an active infection and haven’t built up the antibodies against it yet.
- Positive results must be confirmed by laboratory testing.
For the overseas orders, the buyer is responsible for the customs clearance procedures and possible additional costs such as duties, taxes, and customs clearance fees. These charges can vary widely and are often based on the price and type of item, package weight and dimensions, origin country, and the taxes, duties, and fees of the destination country.