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iFOBT – 50 Tests for QuikRead Go

Una Health
Product no. BCH156.7
Manufacturer code. 151051

QuikRead go iFOBT – 50 Tests 
An immunochemical FIT test for detection and quantification of human haemoglobin in faeces in case of suspected bleeding from the lower gastrointestinal tract. The measurement is carried out with the QuikRead go instrument which can be connected to HIS/LIS systems, if needed.

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QuikRead go iFOBT - 50 Tests 
An immunochemical FIT test for detection and quantification of human haemoglobin in faeces in case of suspected bleeding from the lower gastrointestinal tract. The measurement is carried out with the QuikRead go instrument which can be connected to HIS/LIS systems, if needed.

This ready-to-use kit and its straightforward test procedure together with the instrument provide an accurate result in less than three minutes.

The results can be obtained as qualitative or as quantitative, numerical results.

When used as a qualitative test the samples containing human haemoglobin above 15 µg/g faeces (75 ng/ml) are recognized as positives.

The quantitative measurement range starts from 10 µg/g faeces (50 ng/ml) and concentrations up to 200 µg/g faeces (1000 ng/ml) are shown as numerical result. Concentrations above this are displayed as > 200 µg/g (>1000 ng/ml).

  • Quantitative results enable use of national recommendations
  • Results can be weighed against each patient's age and gender or possible risk factors
  • Flexible test procedure is easy to fit into the daily routines of laboratories and in point-of-care
  • Five (5) days sample stability in the sampling vial at 18-25°C allows convenient sampling at home and time to return the sample to the analyzing site
  • Numerical results in range of 10-200 µg/g (50-1000 ng/ml)
  • Instrument settings allow choosing a qualitative result with a cut-off of 15 µg/g
  • Instrument read results make visual result interpretation unnecessary
  • Automated test procedure includes only few manual steps
  • Handy and hygienic sampling vial regulates the quantity of the sample
  • No need for manual calibration of the test
  • Results are automatically stored in the instrument’s memory
  • User and patient information can be stored with the results and sent to
  • LIS/HIS when required
  • Connectivity and bi-directional data exchange allow to manage several instruments centrally

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