Malaria P.F/P.V/ Pan Rapid Test

Short Description:

A rapid test for the qualitative detection of circulating antigens of P. falciparum (P.f.), P. vivax (P.v.), P.ovale (P.o.), and P. malariae (P.m.) in whole blood.

MOQ:1000 pcs

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  Malaria is a widespread disease caused by a protozoan that invades human red blood cells. It affects over half of the world's population and causes an estimated 300-500 million cases and over 1 million deaths each year. Most victims are infants and young children. Microscopic analysis of thick and thin blood smears has traditionally been the gold standard for malaria diagnosis, but this technique requires skilled microscopists and defined protocols for accurate diagnoses. The Malaria P.f./P.v./Pan Rapid Test Cassette (Whole Blood) is a diagnostic tool that can rapidly detect P. falciparum-specific HRP-II and four circulating plasmodium species (P. falciparum, P. vivax, P. ovale, and P. malariae) in whole blood via colloid gold conjugate.


Rapid results

Simple visual interpretation

High accuracy

Easy operation


Principle Chromatographic immunoassay Format Dipstick, Cassette
Specimen WB Certificate CE
Reading Time 10 minutes Pack 25T
Storage Temperature 2-30℃ Shelf Life 2 Years
1.Advantage of rapid test? Speed: Rapid tests typically provide results in a matter of minutes or hours,compared to days or weeks for traditional laboratory tests. Convenience: Rapid tests can be performed in a variety of settings,including at home, in the field, or in a healthcare clinic. They do not require complex equipment or specialized personnel. Cost-effectiveness: Rapid tests are often less expensive than traditional laboratory tests, as they require fewer resources and do not require the same level of accuracy. Accuracy: Rapid tests are not always as accurate as traditional laboratory tests,but they can provide valuable information in emergency situations or when time is of the essence. Flexibility: Rapid tests can be used for a wide range of applications,including medical diagnosis,food safety,environmental monitoring,and drug testing. 2.When should I use rapid test Emergency situations: Rapid tests can provide results quickly,which can be crucial in emergency situations, such as accidents or natural disasters. Travel: When traveling to a foreign country, you may want to use a rapid test to check for food or waterborne illnesses. Healthcare settings: In healthcare settings, rapid tests can be used to diagnose infections quickly and provide treatment more quickly. Self-diagnosis: Some rapid tests can be performed by the patient themselves, without the need for a healthcare professional to perform the test. This can increase access to testing and reduce barriers to care. Frequent testing: If you need to test frequently, such as for chronic conditions or drug use, rapid tests may be more convenient than traditional laboratory tests. Testing in remote areas: In remote areas where laboratory testing is not available,rapid tests can be used to provide medical care. Testing in schools or workplaces: In schools or workplaces, rapid tests can be used to screen for common illnesses, such as influenza or strep throat.
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