Antigen saliva kit
€196,25 – €750,00
Product available only for professionals, health services, residences, health managers of sports facilities and companies authorised by their occupational risk prevention service.
|25 Units box|
|Number of boxes||€/box||€/u.|
|1-3 (25 – 75 u.)||196.25||7.85|
|4-19 (100 – 475 u.)||187.5||7.5|
|20-39 (500 – 975 u.)||175||7|
|40 or more (1,000+ u.)||Contact us|
|4 boxes pack (100 u.)|
|1-4 (100 – 400 u.)||750||7.5|
|5-9 (500 – 900 u.)||700||7|
|10 or more (1,000+)||Contact us|
Box 25 units
Each box contains an insert and 25 antigen kits, each of which includes a buffer, a swab, an extraction tube with a dispensing tip and an aluminum bag with a cassette.
The 25 units box can be purchased separately or in packs of 4 boxes (100 units).
When should the antigen test be used?
The SARS-CoV-2 Saliva Antigen Test Kit can detect an infection of coronavirus in both symptomatic and asymptomatic patients. It’s called for in users before an office visit, medical intervention etc, particularly for distinguishing the diagnosis of seasonal flu or colds from those of Covid-19. It can also be used in combination with the seroscreening kit to screen groups and populations.
How are they used?
You need to rinse your mouth 30 minutes before performing the test.
The kits are very simple to use. You have to hawk a bit to get mucus and saliva on the tongue. Collect the sample is then collected with the swab. Add the buffer liquid to the plastic tube, and then insert the swab and rotate for two minutes. Press the liquid out of the swab against the inside of the tube and dispose of it according to biohazard waste treatment practices.
Wait fifteen minutes and then interpret the test results.
Reading the results
After 15 minutes, read the results. Positive results are indicated by a colored line next to the “T”. The control line “C” must always be visible for the test to be considered valid.
Positive results indicate the presence of viral antigens, but a clinical correlation with the patient’s history and other diagnostic information are necessary to determine the status of the infection.
A negative result should be treated as presumptive and does not rule out SARS-CoV-2 infection. It should not be used as the sole basis for determining treatment or clinical decisions. Negative results should be confirmed with a molecular assay if necessary for patient management.
The antigen test indicates if the user of the test has SARS-CoV-2 virus present in the saliva at a given moment, but it does not allow to know the status or progression of the disease.
It is important to bear in mind that a patient with a positive result is contagious and therefore preventive isolation of both the subject and their circle of contacts is recommended.
The Linkcare Antigen Kit has been clinically validated with very positive results in terms of sensitivity and specificity, as well as a negative predictive value of 98% and a positive predictive value of 99%.