Benefits of using ViraDx
- Efficient: 1 sample – 3 results to aid in a differential diagnosis at the point of care
- Rapid: actionable results at 15 minutes to help improve patient management decisions during the patient visit
- Instrument-free: user-friendly test procedure for non-lab settings
- COVID-19 (Anterior nasal swab): Sensitivity 93.8%; Specificity 100%
- COVID-19 (Nasopharyngeal): Sensitivity 93.1%; Specificity 100%
- Flu A: Sensitivity 92.2%; Specificity 92.4%
- Flu B: Sensitivity 90.0%; Specificity 94.3%
|Time to results||15 minutes|
|Sample type||Anterior nasal or nasopharyngeal swab specimen|
|Interpretation||Visually read (no instrument required)|
|Storage conditions||2 to 30°C (35 to 86°)|
Influenza (flu) is a highly contagious acute viral infection of the respiratory tract. It is a communicable disease easily transmitted from person to person through aerosol droplets excreted when sneezing and coughing. There are two main types of influenza – type A and type B.2
Early differential diagnosis of influenza type A or type B can allow for proper treatment. Early diagnosis and treatment are of particular value in a clinical setting where an accurate diagnosis can assist the healthcare professional with the management of influenza patients who are at risk for complications.3
COVID-19 is an infectious disease caused by the SARS-CoV-2 virus. Similar to influenza, the virus can spread from an infected person’s mouth or nose ranging from larger respiratory droplets to smaller aerosols.4 COVID-19 symptoms can range from mild to severe.
As the early symptoms of COVID-19 are like those of seasonal influenza type A or B, a rapid, point- of-care test can help support the differential diagnosis of COVID-19, influenza A and B.
- For in vitro diagnostic use.
- For Rx use only.
Contact us to learn more about the ViraDx 3-in-1 rapid antigen test.