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Genral FAQ’s

How I can order for the test strips / kits?

You can order through mobile # given in our message or through our web site or writing us through Email.

How I will receive the order?

You will receive your order through VP parcel or COD (cash on delivery).

Does the price include the shipping charges?

Once you place the order the breakdown of charges will be visible to you. The shipping charges are borne by the customer.

How I can get the price of my required strips?

You can ask through email by mentioning the name and ID of the Strip and the quantity you require.

How I can know about the test procedure?

The health professionals already know how to perform the test, however we provide detailed instructions. It is as easy as performing the blood sugar test.

Technical FAQ’s

What is rapid test or point of care test (POCT)?

Rapid test is a medical diagnostic test which yields instant results.Point-of-care testing (POCT), sometimes referred to as near-patient or bedside testing or rapid testing, is defined as testing done at the site of patient care with rapid turnaround of results that enables immediate diagnosis and treatment plans.Simple/Rapid tests are designed for use where a preliminary screening test result is required and are especially useful in resource-limited countries

  • High quality, easy-to-use tests for use in resource poor settings.
  • Tests based on agglutination, immuno-dot, immuno-chromatographic and/or immuno-filtration techniques.
  • Quick and easy to perform ? 10 minutes to 2 hours ? and require little or no additional equipment.
  • Are designed for use with individual or a limited number of samples, which make them more economical then ELISAs in low throughput laboratories.
  • Possibility to store at room temperature for extended period of time.
  • Same-day results provide timely treatment interventions.

What is the difference between an ELISA and a Simple/Rapid test?

ELISAs are highly sensitive and specific, and are able to detect HIV-1/ HIV-2 and variants. They require sophisticated equipment that must be regularly maintained, a constant electricity supply and skilled technicians. They are really not suitable for small laboratories, but for testing large numbers of samples per day, as well as in blood banks or for surveillance studies. The Simple/Rapid tests are better for emergency testing, and in smaller laboratories with low numbers of tests per day.

What is indication of rapid test for use?

Even though the rapid test is less sensitive than PCR (sometimes PCR has a false-positive case though), these tests are for very convenient, accurate, fast, and easy diagnosis. These kinds of products exploiting scientific tools of antigen-antibody binding can help to find exact causative pathogen.