LifeSign Status Flu A&B Test Kits in Bulk

The LifeSign Status Flu A&B Test detects influenza type A and type B antigens directly from a nasal swab. The kit includes positive and negative control swabs as well as an innovative design for the sample extraction. The LifeSign test differentiates between Influenza A and B with a pre-measured developer solution capsule for increased accuracy.


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LifeSign Status Flu A&B Test Kits in Bulk

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Why LifeSign Status Flu A&B?

  • 25 Tests/Kit
  • Results in 10-15 minutes
  • For prescription use only
  • Differentiates between Influenza A & B
  • Flu A – sensitivity of 89.2% and specificity of 99.4%
  • Flu B – sensitivity of 86.4% and specificity of 99.0%
  • CLIA WAIVED with nasal & nasopharyngeal swab specimens
  • For in vitro diagnostic use only
  • Store between 35-86°F / 2-30°C
  • Instructions for Use
  • Safety Data Sheet

Frequently Asked Questions

What does CLIA Waived mean?
CLIA Waived devices are the least complex. In order to receive CLIA Waived status, a manufacturer must demonstrate that a device is simple to use, has low risk to public health, and that an untrained person can get accurate results by reading the instructions.
What is the difference between Influenza A & Influenza B?
While the symptoms of influenza B mirrors those of A, the main difference between the two strains is who it can affect. Strains of influenza B are exclusively contracted by humans, while A can be carried (and spread) by animals, however, both strains are transmitted mainly by respiratory droplets from coughing and contact with an infected person. This allows strains of A to be spread more rapidly than B, while also meaning strains of B cannot cause pandemics with symptoms likely less severe. Flu shots protect against both strains of influenza.
What does Sensitivity and Specificity mean?
In a diagnostic test, Sensitivity is a measure of how well a test can identify true positives. In a diagnostic test, Specificity is a measure of how well a test can identify true negatives.
How do I place a bulk order for my organization or institution?
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