Rapid infectious disease test QuikRead go wrCRP
CRPwhole bloodplasma

rapid infectious disease test
rapid infectious disease test
rapid infectious disease test
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Characteristics

Applications
for infectious diseases
Tested parameter
CRP
Sample type
whole blood, plasma, serum
Result display time

2 min

Sample volume

0.01 ml (0.00034 US fl oz)

Description

QuikRead go wrCRP is a fast and an easy-to-use test for quantitative determination of C-reactive protein (CRP) values in whole blood, serum, and plasma with the QuikRead go instrument. The test gives wide range CRP results within minutes and speeds up the path for correct diagnosis. Generally Accurate measurement of C-reactive protein (CRP) can be critical in the management of a patient with symptoms of an infection. The QuikRead go wrCRP test helps to identify patients who benefit from antibiotics and it is valuable in monitoring the treatment outcome. The easy-to-use QuikRead go wrCRP test can be used near the patient and it provides immediate wrCRP result QuikRead go wrCRP has wide measuring range, which covers for both high sensitive and conventional CRP tests. Modest increase in CRP levels within the high sensitivity range of 1-5 mg/l may indicate low level inflammation and aid in cardiovascular risk assessment1. QuikRead go wrCRP is an efficient tool for point of care settings to guide the treatment decisions of healthcare professionals. QuikRead go wrCRP provides reliable and fast results Reliable wide range results within minutes Performed on a finger-prick blood sample. Venous blood, plasma, or serum can also be used Wide CRP measuring range 0.5 - 200 mg/l combines high sensitive and conventional CRP tests Enables detection of low level inflammation Easy sample collection Storage at room temperature up to +25 °C Enables immediate use
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